Union sign Anthony Fontana as Homegrown Player
Midfielder Anthony Fontana has signed a professional contract with the Union, becoming a Homegrown Player. A 17-year-old midfielder from Newark, Delaware, Fontana is the sixth Homegrown Player in Union history. To read more about his signing, please click here.
Fontana's debut against Swansea
Just days before he became the newest Union homegrown player, Anthony Fontana made his Union debut, playing the final 14 minutes of the match against Swansea City AFC. The 17-year-old entered the match in the 76th minute, making his Union debut in front of friends, family and 16,000 fans. To learn more about the newest homegrown signing, click here.
Success across the organization
Both Union and Bethlehem Steel FC drew their opponents on Saturday, with the Union tying Swansea City AFC 2-2 and Steel FC staying even with Pittsburgh Riverhounds 1-1. The Union also saw success for the country over the weekend when Alejandro Bedoya and Chris Pontius, for the first time in their respective international careers, found themselves in the starting XI together for the US Men's National Team. To find out more about the clubs success, please click here.