Top 10 Philadelphia Union Sports Bars

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Where to Watch the Philadelphia Union.

Best place to watch the Union is Subaru Park in Chester, Pennsylvania. But what if the Union are playing on the road? Or what if you can’t get (or afford) a ticket to the game? Check out the best Philadelphia Union bars to watch the game in with of other Union fans.

Philadelphia Union – Team Overview

The Philadelphia Union are a professional soccer team in United States. And the Union compete in the Eastern Conference of Major League Soccer (MLS).

The Union were established in 2008. And they began play in 2010 as an expansion team.

In addition to Philadelphia Union, the team is also known as The U, The Union, Zolos, and The Serpents.

The Philadelphia Union play home games at Subaru Park in Chester, Pennsylvania. The stadium holds up to 18,500 fans. And it overlooks the Delaware River.

Best Union Sports Bars in Philadelphia

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Here are some of the best sports bars and restaurants in Philadelphia, where you can root for the Union with like-minded fans.

However, you should call ahead to make sure they will show the game and that the sound will be turned on.

Because of COVID-19, some of the establishments on this list might be temporarily or permanently closed.  Therefore, make sure to call first before going!

  1. XFINITY Live! – 1100 Pattison Avenue, South Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Telephone (267) 534-4264. Facebook
  2. The 700 – 700 North 2nd Street Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Telephone (215) 413-3181. Facebook
  3. Brauhaus Schmitz – 718 South Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Telephone (267) 909-8814. Facebook
  4. Fado Irish Pub – 1500 Locust Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Telephone (215) 893-9700. Facebook
  5. McGillin’s Old Ale House – 1310 Drury Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Telephone (215) 735-5562. Facebook
  6. New Deck Tavern – 3408 Sansom Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Telephone (215) 386-4600. Facebook
  7. O’Neal’s – 611 South 3rd Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Telephone (215) 574-9495. Facebook
  8. Tir na Nog – 1600 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Telephone (215) 514-1700. Facebook

Best Union Bars in Other Pennsylvania Cities

The following sports bars and restaurants are popular with Philadelphia Union fans.

However, you should always call ahead to make sure they will show the game. Also, ask if the sound will be turned on.

Because of COVID-19, some of the establishments on this list might be temporarily or permanently closed.  Therefore, make sure to call first before going!

 

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Best Union Bars in Other States

Here are some sports bars and restaurants in other cities popular with Philadelphia Union fans. And sometimes fans organized {Philadelphia Union watch parties.

While these venues often show Union games, there are no guarantees.

Therefore, you should call ahead to make sure they will show the game and that the sound will be turned on.

Because of COVID-19, some of the establishments on this list might be temporarily or permanently closed.  Therefore, make sure to call first before going!

 

A Word to the Wise

While most of these venues tend to attract Philadelphia Union fans on game day, there are no guarantees.

First of all, not all soccer games are broadcast. And even when they are, sometimes they won’t turn on the sound. Otherwise, they might show other events. And there is always the chance the venue might be booked for special activities.

Also, fans sometimes migrate to other venues. And bars sometimes close.

Therefore, you should always call ahead to make sure that the game you want to watch will be broadcast.

Your Input on Philadelphia Union Bars Wanted

If you have patronized any of these Philadelphia Union sports bars, please leave comments (pro or con) in the COMMENT box below.

You can mention the ambiance for Philadelphia Union fans. For example, is there team memorabilia on display?

And what about the visibility of TV screens, the resolution, and the quality of the sound?

Finally, how is the food? Do they serve Philadelphia cheese steaks? What about hoagies? And what about the service?

Also, please let me know if any of these Philadelphia Union watch bars have closed – or if Philadelphia fans are no longer having Union watch parties at them.

Your own recommendations on where to watch the Philadelphia Union play will also be greatly appreciated! Especially welcome would be Union-friendly sports bars in other cities!

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