Articles written by: Mike Servedio

Mike contributes to game day coverage of the Union and also covers the US Women's National Team. He misses the Philadelphia Independence. Follow him on Twitter at @MikeServedio.

Match report: Philadelphia Union 1-0 Chicago Fire
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Match report: Philadelphia Union 1-0 Chicago Fire

Philadelphia Union were stout in defense and rode a second half strike from Sebastien Le Toux to the 2015 US Open Cup final.

Match Report: Philadelphia Union 1-3 New York Red Bulls
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Match Report: Philadelphia Union 1-3 New York Red Bulls

Philadelphia Union fell behind, equalized, but ultimately fell short as the Red Bulls triumphed 3-1 at PPL Park.

Match report: Toronto FC 2-1 Philadelphia Union
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Match report: Toronto FC 2-1 Philadelphia Union

Even without Michael Bradley, Toronto FC was untroubled by Philadelphia Union and cruised to a 2-1 victory at BMO Park Saturday afternoon.

Philadelphia Union 1-4 AFC Bournemouth
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Philadelphia Union 1-4 AFC Bournemouth

Newly promoted Premier League side AFC Bournemouth dominated the Union tin a 4-1 win at PPL Park.

Match Report: Philadelphia Union 3-0 Portland Timbers
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Match Report: Philadelphia Union 3-0 Portland Timbers

Andrew Wenger’s first goal of the season, followed by a brace from Vincent Noguiera — and with Cristian Maidana assisting each goal — saw the Union dispatch Portland in an explosive 13 minute display in Saturday’s win.

Women’s World Cup Final: USA Wins!
USWNT / Women's World Cup

Women’s World Cup Final: USA Wins!

Carli Lloyd had a first half hat trick as the U.S. ran out 5-2 winners over Japan in the World Cup Final.

Women’s World Cup: USWNT 2-0 Germany
USWNT / Women's World Cup

Women’s World Cup: USWNT 2-0 Germany

The US changed formations and defeated top ranked Germany 2-0 to advance to the Women’s World Cup Finals.

Match report: Philadelphia Union 2-2 Montreal Impact
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Match report: Philadelphia Union 2-2 Montreal Impact

Jack McInerney scored in his return to PPL Park but Maurice Edu leveled the score five minutes later as Philadelphia Union and Montreal Impact split the points at a rain-soaked PPL Park Saturday night.