Philadelphia Union’s schedule became official Wednesday as Major League Soccer released the 2015 season slates for all 20 clubs.
The Union’s schedule features exciting home matches against 2014 Supporters Shield and U.S. Open Cup winners Seattle Sounders FC (June 24), MLS Cup finalist New England Revolution (April 19, Aug. 29) and Eastern Conference regular season champion D.C. United (May 17).
Philadelphia also welcomes MLS newcomer New York City FC to PPL Park twice (April 11, June 6), in addition to closing the season at home against fellow newcomer Orlando City SC (Oct. 25).
As previously announced, the Union will open their season at home for just the second time in six seasons with a matchup against Colorado Rapids on March 7 at 4:00 p.m.
Following a pair of tough road games against rivals New York Red Bulls (May 24) and D.C. United (May 30), Philadelphia returns to PPL Park for five matches in six-game span against Columbus (June 3), NYCFC (June 6), Seattle (June 24), Montreal (June 27) and Portland (July 11).
The Union are scheduled to face reigning MLS Cup champion LA Galaxy on June 20 at the StubHub Center. The Men in Blue will also play their first game at Yankee Stadium against NYCFC on April 16.
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The Union’s complete 2015 schedule is listed below. Games at home are in bold:
Saturday, March 7: Colorado Rapids
Saturday, March 14: at Real Salt Lake
Friday, March 20: FC Dallas
Sunday, March 29 at Chicago Fire
Sunday, April 5 at Sporting Kansas City
Saturday, April 11 New York City FC
Thursday, April 16 at New York City FC
Sunday, April 19 New England Revolution
Saturday, April 25 at Columbus Crew SC
Saturday, May 2 Toronto FC
Saturday, May 9 at Vancouver Whitecaps
Sunday, May 17 D.C. United
Sunday, May 24 at New York Red Bulls
Saturday, May 30 at D.C. United
Wednesday, June 3 Columbus Crew SC
Saturday, June 6 New York City FC
Saturday, June 20 at LA Galaxy
Wednesday, June 24 Seattle Sounders FC
Saturday, June 27 Montreal Impact
Saturday, July 11 Portland Timbers
Saturday, July 18 at Toronto FC
Sunday, July 26 at D.C. United
Saturday, Aug. 1 New York Red Bulls
Saturday, Aug. 8 at Orlando City SC
Sunday, Aug. 16 Chicago Fire
Saturday, Aug. 22 at Montreal Impact
Saturday, Aug. 29 New England Revolution
Saturday, Sept. 5 at San Jose Earthquakes
Saturday, Sept. 12 Columbus Crew SC
Sunday, Sept. 20 Houston Dynamo
Saturday, Sept. 26 at New England Revolution
Saturday, Oct. 3 at Toronto FC
Saturday, Oct. 18 at New York Red Bulls
Sunday, Oct. 25 Orlando City SC