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Academy Game Between The Philadelphia Union And Everton Is Free With First Team Ticket



The Philadelphia Union announced to fans today that the team's academy game versus the Everton academy team will have free admission for anyone who has a ticket to the first team game between the two sides.

Everton and the Union are set to play, at 7:30 pm on July 20, in the marquee match of the day. The game pits United States Men’s National Team (USMNT) starting goalkeeper Tim Howard – a former New Jersey/New York MetroStars (now the New York Red Bulls) player – against Sebastien Le Toux, Danny Mwanga and the other members of the Eastern conference leading Union.

The two teams will have an undercard match involving Everton's under-18 academy team and a collective group of the Union's academy system, at 4 pm on July 20. The speculation is that the Union's team will consist of mostly under-18 players with perhaps a few under-16 players that are currently excelling in the academy system.

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