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Philadelphia Union History

The Philadelphia Union are a relatively new MLS franchise as the team came into the league in 2010 despite the city’s attempt to garner a team earlier. Philadelphia is one of the top ten largest metropolitan areas and top five media market in the country, making it a no brainer that with a team located in Philadelphia there would be plenty of Philadelphia Union tickets sold. Interest in a “Delaware Valley” franchise began in 2001 when a group of investors pitched the idea of a soccer specific stadium that would have the capacity to sell 25,000 Philadelphia Union tickets in the city of Trenton, New Jersey. This was immediately squashed as the New York MetroStars were able to veto the bill because the new franchise would be within 75 miles of the MetroStars stadium. Talks began again in 2007 when the same group of investors changed the location of their potential franchise to Philadelphia, claiming the area already had an established soccer fan base and could sell plenty of Philadelphia Union tickets. The league finally agreed with the plan in 2008 after a $47 million package was approved by the Philadelphia mayor to help finance the beginning of the franchise. The claim of Philadelphia already having a fan base for soccer was proven correct as the season ticket package of 12,000 Philadelphia Union tickets was sold out before their inaugural season in 2010 even began. The first season for the Union went as expected, mediocre and without a playoff birth. The following season however, in 2011, showed much improvement as the team finished with a total of 48 season points good enough to put them in 3rd place in the Eastern Conference.

PPL Park and the Fans

Philadelphia Union tickets are officially sold at PPL Park which is the teams soccer-specific stadium located in Chester, Pennsylvania. The construction bill of the stadium came to a total of $120 million, of that amount the club had a combined $77 million donated from Delaware County and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The official seating at the stadium allows for only 18,500 Philadelphia Union tickets to be sold before fans must purchase standing room only tickets. The small amount of seats available for soccer games at PPL Park has been a topic of discussion since the stadium opened in 2010. The reason for this talk is due to the teams two years at PPL Park where they have averaged 18,750 Philadelphia Union tickets sold per home game, which is the third highest percentage of filled seats in the MLS. The fans that purchase Philadelphia Union tickets are among the most intense in the league. They have a wide variety of chants they do during games depending on the situation and what is happening on the field. The fans are blessed with some of the best accommodations of any MLS soccer pitch; PPL Park is located right on the water giving the fans a great view when looking up from the match. Those fans that purchase front row Philadelphia Union tickets are the closest fans to the game in any stadium across the world because during construction the seats were placed as close to the field as FIFA regulations allow, which overall makes PPL Park one of the best destinations for soccer fans.

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Philadelphia Union Ticket Price History

Average Home Price Since 2010

Year Avg Price
2010: $66
2011: $80.83
2012: $42
2013: $50
2014: $42

Five Most Expensive Home Games of 2014:

Date Opponent Avg Price
9/13/2014 vs. NY Red Bulls: $50.46
3/15/2014 vs. New England Revolution: $50
7/16/2014 vs. NY Red Bulls: $49
5/17/2014 vs. New England Revolution: $49
4/19/2014 vs. Houston Dynamo: $46

Five Most Expensive Homes Games Since 2010:

Date Opponent Avg Price
10/15/2011 vs. Toronto FC: $97.03
4/09/2011 vs. NY Red Bulls: $91.64
6/11/2011 vs. Real Salt Lake: $72.46
6/23/2013 vs. NY Red Bulls: $59.23
9/10/2011 vs. Portland Timbers: $58.76

Five Least Expensive Home Games of 2014:

Date Opponent Avg Price
10/02/2014 vs. Chicago Fire: $32
9/03/2014 vs. Toronto FC: $33
6/07/2014 vs. Vancouver Whitecaps: $37
7/12/2014 vs. Colorado Rapids: $37
8/24/2014 vs. San Jose Earthquakes: $39

Five Least Expensive Home Games Since 2010:

Date Opponent Avg Price
10/02/2014 vs. Chicago Fire: $32
9/03/2014 vs. Toronto FC: $33
8/29/2012 vs. Columbus Crew: $34
9/20/2012 vs. D.C. United: $34
7/29/2012 vs. New England Revolution: $37

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