Doolsta's Contract Extended

Philadelphia Union announced that Cormac Dooley, known as “Doolsta” has extended his contract as the club’s gamer through the 2019 FIFA season. Doolsta, the 18-year-old gamer based in West Chester, PA, competed in the Union Esports Open presented by Independence Blue Cross, powered by N3rd Street Gamers which consisted of over 100 gamers throughout the Greater Philadelphia area. He represented the Philadelphia Union at the first ever eMLS Cup at PAX East in Boston earlier this year, earning a berth in the quarterfinals. He also competed in the MLS All-Star Challenge presented by Wells Fargo in August – competing against the likes of major FIFA athletes and Waka Flocka in Atlanta, ultimately playing in the finals. Doolsta will represent the Union for club and league events in 2019.


What's next?

The Philadelphia Union are looking for the best college FIFA ‘19 player to join our roster of club gamers! Register for the Philadelphia Union College Clash presented by Independence Blue Cross, powered by N3rd Street Gamers to compete for your spot on the team! Philadelphia Union gamers compete in club/league events and have the opportunity to:
  • Travel for MLS competitions
  • Earn club gear
  • Receive tickets for Philadelphia Union home matches
  • Represent the club
If you’ve got what it takes, sign up for the tournament online by visiting
Here’s how it works: 
  • Participants must be a current college student that lives within the Greater Philadelphia area (75-mile radius)
  • Must be 16 years of age or older
  • Registration is completely free
  • The open tournament will take place at Dave & Busters Penns Landing on Saturday, October 27th at 10:00AM and will be livestreamed on Twitch
  • You will be assigned opponents at the event