Philadelphia Union Clinch 2021 Concacaf Champions League for the First Time in Club History
The Philadelphia Union have clinched a spot in the 2021 Concacaf Champions League for the first time in club history. Orlando City’s victory against the Columbus Crew secured the spot for the Union. Even if the Union don’t win the Supporters Shield, it doesn’t affect their place in the Champions League.
The Concacaf Champions League is the most respected club soccer tournament in the continent. This is obviously a huge accomplishment for the Union added on to their great season so far. They look to finish their regular season with some hardware this Sunday as they take on the New England Revolution. A win this Sunday would secure their spot as the winners of the Supporter’s Shield for the first time in club history.
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