A second-half rally fit for the City of Brotherly Love has the Philadelphia Union headed back to the MLS Cup Playoffs for the sixth-straight season!
Since the first day of preseason training, there has been a single goal, one mission on the mind of every player. Turn what could have been into what we won for Philly.
Jim Curtin’s Philadelphia Union have improved each year for the past five seasons. 2020 saw the club finish with the best record in MLS and lift the Supporters’ Shield. 2021 brought a trip to the Eastern Conference Final. In 2022 the team set the bar even higher with an Eastern Conference Championship. Each year, the squad has taken a step forward, so you won't want to miss the 2023 run as Philadelphia Union looks to bring the MLS Cup home.
With a disruptive and aggressive playing style that reflects our city and intimidates opponents, one of the best defenses in the league, and an unstoppable trifecta of offensive weapons that relentlessly play for each other, for the badge, and for the city, Philadelphia Union are ready for what's to come.
The Union have officially clinched their sixth consecutive trip to the Audi MLS Cup Playoffs and further solidified their status as one of the best clubs in Major League Soccer.
Now, the club will aim to secure as many home playoff matches as they can because this team loves nothing more than bringing winning soccer to the Philly faithful.
The last three seasons have seen incredible accomplishments, but this year’s squad looks to pen their own playoff legacy, and that means bringing the postseason to Philadelphia and showing all challengers exactly what that means.
Time to join the fight, Philly.
Nothing shakes a stadium like a Jakob Glesnes rocket from 40 yards out.
Nothing makes you scream with pride like a crunching Jose Martinez tackle or long-range Brujo bomb.
And absolutely nothing matches the beauty of a playoff game on the banks of the Delaware River in Subaru Park.
So plug in to the joy: We are throwing the biggest Party in Philly, and the whole city is invited.
It’s Playoff Time in Philadelphia.