Union vs. Real Madrid Tickets Available Right Here

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Holy crap, a non-sarcastic soccer post.

I'm not joking. I wrote Monday – perhaps thanks to the power of Alex Morgan–  that I was going to give soccer and the Union a chance. I'm watching tonight- can't wait to see the action of the match on the pitch and whatever other pseudo-douchey terms the foot folks use. I'm also going to Lincoln Financial Field on Saturday to see Real Madrid take on your Philadelphia Union!

I can hear the futbol purists cringing and burning flags, or whatever it is they do.

Anyway, Crossing Broad Tickets has your, um, ticket needs covered for Saturday night's match against Real Madrid. There are over 1,500 tickets available starting at $55. Prices for the event are at an all-time low. Get them now.

See you on the pitch.

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6 Responses

  1. “I’m watching tonight- can’t wait to see the action of the match on the pitch and whatever other pseudo-douchey terms the foot folks use. I’m also going to Lincoln Financial Field on Saturday to see Real Madrid take on your Philadelphia Union!”
    Please don’t. We don’t need people like you.

  2. Get there early for a parking spot, because it is nothing like a Phillies, or Eagles game. It is one huge party. High spirits. Bring your drinking face.
    As far as teams go Real Madrid is the biggest name in soccer. You will not see the high speed take downs since this is a friendly. What you will see is a split team for Real Madrid, so don’t leave at half time.
    The union is a good team, but not in the same boat as RM and it’s 1.75 billion pay roll.

  3. Why do Union always play the teams I hate the most? Everton and Réal Madrid aren’t great, but Celtic last year was inexcusable

  4. So you start off
    “Holy crap, a non-sarcastic soccer post.”
    By the next paragraph you say “can’t wait to see the action of the match on the pitch and whatever other pseudo-douchey terms the foot folks use.”
    If you are trying to like the sport don’t call the fans pseudo-douchey for calling the field the pitch. I almost wish you would stop your half ass coverage of the Union…

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