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Home of Major League Soccer's 16th team, the Philadelphia Union.
Go and watch a game. It was a blast. You will be insulted if you're an opposing team supporter (NYC FC in this case) so have a sense of humor. The park was nice and had a great selection of beer!!
Philadelphia’s PPL Park is home to the Philadelphia Union, the first Major League Soccer Club in the region. The park also offers beautiful views of the Delaware River!
Great stadium. Not a bad seat in the house.
Not a bad seat in the house.
Very good experience as a visiting fan. The visiting section may hit you with a bit of sun though, so wear sunglasses & sunscreen.
Let's go Pats!!
Beer is pretty steep, even for a stadium.
Coming from Philly? All aboard Brauhaus Schmitz bus and drink German beers to and from the stadium for $20!
Do you think we're robot clean?
Raiders Rule !!!
Make sure to high five the mayor one your way to your seats! #doop
Best section in the House!
Phuck Philly. Go Red Bull!!
MLS refs suck
Come on, Union! Let's score a goal!
Bring a brew and your voice, it's #DOOP time!
Have a good one buddy!!!!!!!;) Steve
Let's Get Weird!
Less than an hour left to check in at @CastrolUSA Soccer Celebration Tents for free Castrol swag. Weds July 25 2012, 4-8pm. Offer is good while supplies last.
Home of the MLS All Star Game 2012.
I'm so Happy
Bridge Deck above Section 121 is the best view ever!
Worse concession stands ever, way too slow. Eat before or arrive early
Awesome place to DOOP! Union!
shoe. was. here.
The boddington's stand by the river end is the only good beer in this area. But if the lady is pouring that poured opening day '12, you'll be waiting a while. Someone needs to learn how to multitask.
The parking is poo this year!!
Union matches make perfect outings for your soccer team, company, community organization, or simply a group of family and friends! For discounted group tickets (15 or more), call us at 877-21-UNION.
Can't get enough of PPL Park? Host an event here! For information about renting out the 11,000 sf Stadium Club overlooking the field and river for 25-250 guests, head here: http://bit.ly/xAqKoc
Smoking is allowed only in the Smoking Area set up on the exterior plaza, accessible through the Southwest Gate. Smoking is prohibited in the seating bowl as well as the concourse and restrooms.
For a map of PPL Park detailing the locations of gates, sections, concessions, restrooms, the Union Shop, guest services and more, use this PDF guide: http://bit.ly/zWOXsR
When you gotta go, you gotta go. 29 restrooms are located throughout PPL Park: 12 Men’s,15 Women’s and 2 Family restrooms equipped with changing tables (106 & 124).
Itching to get to your seats? The Club & Suite entrance opens 90 min. prior to kick off for premium seat holders, while all other gates open 1 hour prior. Toyota Plaza opens 2 hours before kick off.
Helping your friends get home safe as a designated driver? You can get rewarded for that! For information on our Designated Driver Program, head to Guest Services behind section 113.
Last call! Alcohol sales at PPL Park cut off in the 70th minute, so be sure to grab that last beer before it's too late. And of course, please drink responsibly.
Looking for a good place to watch Union away matches or simply stop in for a pint? Check out our official pub partner viewing locations around the region: http://bit.ly/xm3bIl
Why is that big steel structure staring at us? That's the Commodore Barry Bridge hovering over PPL Park. Passengers use it to travel over the Delaware River from Pennsylvania to New Jersey and back.
After the party it's the after party! Head to Harrah's Chester, a casino just two minutes north on Route 291, following Union matches at PPL Park!
Have a question but not sure how to get it answered? Visit the Fan Services window outside section 120.
Looking for a refreshing adult beverage and stunning view of PPL Park and the Delaware River? Visit the Bridge Deck above section 121!
PPL Park opened its gates for the first time on June 27, 2010. The Philadelphia faithful were rewarded for years of patience with a come-from-behind 3-1 victory against the Seattle Sounders.
Wondering why nobody is sitting on one end of PPL Park? That's the Sons of Ben supporters club. They occupy The River End, singing and chanting for 90 minutes. Learn about them: http://bit.ly/wfbTt6