Now it’s the Union owners’ turn to help seal their team’s best season | Jonathan Tannenwald

The Union are about to play their three final road games of the season, all in a span of eight days. Multiple sources confirmed that the team will fly commercial the whole way instead of purchasing charter flights.

Mark McKenzie shines in Union’s statement game against LAFC’s stars

If the Union’s enthralling 1-1 tie was the first time you watched Mark McKenzie, you might never have guessed that he’s only 20 years old. But if you’ve watched him a lot, you knew what you were seeing.

Mark McKenzie shines in Union’s statement game against LAFC’s stars

If the Union’s enthralling 1-1 tie was the first time you watched Mark McKenzie, you might never have guessed that he’s only 20 years old. But if you’ve watched him a lot, you knew what you were seeing.

Union battle Los Angeles FC, MLS’s best team, to a 1-1 tie

The score felt fair, because the Union passed their hardest test: matching Los Angeles’ speed of thought and execution.

Union battle Los Angeles FC, MLS’s best team, to a 1-1 tie

The score felt fair, because the Union passed their hardest test: matching Los Angeles’ speed of thought and execution.

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Former Union defender Jordan Harvey faces a very different team than the one he played for

It’s been eight years since the Union traded Harvey, but memories of his time here remain fresh.

Union’s Jim Curtin, LAFC’s Bob Bradley reunite and rekindle a nearly 20-year friendship

As Curtin enjoys his best ever season as Union manager, it’s fitting that one of his biggest games yet comes against his mentor’s Los Angeles FC juggernaut.

Jordan Morris’ late goal gives U.S. men’s soccer team 1-1 draw vs. Uruguay

With both teams missing many of their regular starters, the United States displayed some style and flair against fifth-ranked Uruguay.

Union to face LAFC team that’s MLS best, and perhaps best ever

Saturday's game pits a Union team high up the standings on merit against an LAFC team that is atop MLS by miles.

Spirited Josh Sargent, budding star, returns to St. Louis with U.S. men’s soccer team

"There's really no better feeling than playing for your country in your home city," Sargent said.

Union beat Mexico’s Pumas UNAM, 3-0, as Andrew Wooten scores first Union goal

Elsewhere in MLS on Saturday, New York City FC took over first place in the Eastern Conference with a 2-1 win at home over the New England Revolution.

No new CEO yet for U.S. Soccer, but hire likely coming in next few months

Jay Berhalter is the leading candidate to replace the retiring Dan Flynn despite being unpopular with much of the fan base.

U.S. men’s soccer team routed 3-0 by Javier Hernández’s Mexico

The soccer gap between Mexico and the United States is far wider than the Rio Grande that separates the nations.

Union prepare for friendly vs. Pumas UNAM knowing next game vs. Mexican team could count

The Union have good odds of qualifying for next year's Concacaf Champions League. If they don't make it, they could play in the Leagues Cup, which pits MLS teams against Mexican counterparts.

New Fury soccer team's first home game at Franklin Field postponed

A statement on the NISA’s website said the postponement was made “complications due to [Hurricane] Dorian impacting logistics for some game staff.”

Hershey’s Christian Pulisic intrigued by possibility of playing in Olympics for U.S. soccer team

The Hershey native thinks about all the talented young American players and thinks they could go far in next year’s Olympic men’s soccer tournament, perhaps himself included.

Marco Fabián, Brenden Aaronson headline Union players spending this week with national teams

Eight Union players have left town to join their national teams for a FIFA international window which runs through next Tuesday.

Union’s Auston Trusty, Mark McKenzie still have upside despite rough seasons

As Auston Trusty and Mark McKenzie spend this week with the U.S. under-23 national team, it's worth taking a measure of the two centerbacks' seasons so far.

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