Jonathan Tannenwald covers soccer for the Inquirer and Daily News.

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Soccer on TV: USWNT-Netherlands, Chelsea-Tottenham, MLS playoffs

The U.S. women’s national team returns to action for the first time since March 11, and it does so in spectacular fashion: a visit to the team it faced in last year’s World Cup final.

Brenden Aaronson’s emotional Union farewell will be remembered far longer than the playoff loss

Aaronson nearly broke down in tears reflecting on playing his final game for the team that has held his heart for a decade.

Union’s season ends with 2-0 playoff loss to New England Revolution

New England’s Adam Buksa and Tajon Buchanan scored goals four minutes apart midway through the first half.

Andre Blake, Jamiro Monteiro set to play for Union in playoff opener

Jim Curtin said Monday that his stalwart goalkeeper is “ready to go” after training in full for the last three days.

Soccer on TV: UEFA Champions League, Europa League, and Copa Libertadores games

Inter Milan and Real Madrid could be in big trouble, Tyler Adams' RB Leipzig faces Kylian Mbappe's Paris Saint-Germain, and new U.S. national team midfielder Johnny Cardoso faces Boca Juniors.

MLS playoffs quarterfinals viewers guide: Schedule, betting odds, and key matchups

Here’s your viewer’s guide to all eight games in the round: two Saturday, three Sunday and three Tuesday, including the Union vs. New England — for the sixth time this season — on Tuesday night.

Union owners Jay Sugarman and Richie Graham finally see the payoff after nearly a decade of investing in the future

Seven years after the Union opened their soccer high school in Wayne, its graduates helped the Union win their first trophy — and put the team on the global soccer stage.

What to watch in the MLS playoffs first round: New England vs. Montreal, Nashville vs. Miami

These games will determine the Union's opponent in their playoff opener.

Union’s Andre Blake, Mark McKenzie and Brenden Aaronson make MLS team of the season

Three Union players were named to Major League Soccer’s Best XI, a further endorsement of the Supporters’ Shield-winning team’s talent.

Union’s Jim Curtin wins MLS Coach of the Year after historic successes on and off the field

Curtin didn’t win the award just because the Union beat Toronto to the Supporters' Shield. He won because of how he marshaled his team on and off the field in an unprecedented season.