The Philadelphia Union have added Comcast SportsNet and The Comcast Network as local television partners.

Both channels will join current broadcast partner WPVI in televising all Philadelphia Union games that are not nationally televised.

WPVI is entering its second season of Union coverage and will air seven of the team's 34 matches this season. Comcast SportsNet and The Comcast Network will air 20 games.


March 19 at Houston 8:30 WPVI

March 26 Vancouver 4 WPVI

April 2 at LA 10:30 TCN

April 9 New York 7: ESPN2

April 16 Seattle 4: CSN

April 23 at Salt Lake 9: TCN

April 30 San Jose 4: WPVI

May 6 at Portland 10:30 FSC

May 11 Los Angeles 7:30 TCN

May 14 at Dallas 8:30 TCN

May 21 Chicago 8: CSN


May 28 at Toronto 12:30 CSN

June 4 at Colorado 9: CSN

June 11 Salt Lake 4: WPVI

June 18 at Vancouver 10: TCN

June 22 Kansas City 7:30 TCN

June 25 Chivas USA 8: WPVI

July 2 at D.C. United 7: FSC

July 9 at San Jose 10:30 CSN

Jul.y17 at New England 7: CSN

July 23 at Seattle 10: CSN

July 29 Colorado 7:30 FSC

Aug. 3 at Chicago 9: CSN

Aug. 6 Houston 8: WPVI

Aug. 13 Dallas 8: WPVI

Aug. 20 at Columbus 7:30 TCN

Aug. 28 New England 7: CSN

Sept. 10 Portland 7:30 TCN

Sept. 17 Columbus 7:30 TCN

Sept. 23 at Kansas City 8:30 FSC

Sept. 29 D.C. United 8: ESPN2

Oct. 2 at Chivas USA 8: TCN

Oct. 15 Toronto 4: CSN

Oct. 20 at New York 8: ESPN2

WPVI-6abc, TCN-The Comcast Network, CSN-Comcast Sports Net, FSC-Fox Soccer Channel

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