The Impact will play its last games of the season when they face the Philadelphia Union on Saturday, in Wayne, Pennsylvania.
The U15 will play at 11am, the U17 at 1pm and the U19 at 3pm.
After historic results against the Red Bulls on May 20, and two wins in two games for each team last weekend, the Impact teams are in excellent positions to finish the season.
The Impact U15 is first in its group and sixth in the league with a 18-6-1 record. The Impact U17 is first in its group and fifth in the league with a 17-5-3 record, and the Impact U19 is first in its group and second in the league with a 20-1-4 record. They’re also the team with the least amount of losses, having suffered only one loss this season.
Impact U15 – FC Westchester U15: 2-0 win
Impact U17 – FC Westchester U17: 4-0 win
Impact U19 – FC Westchester U19: 3-1 win
Head to head
This is the only meeting this season between the two clubs as the they are in two different groups.
Last year, the U16 won 4-3 against the Union and the U18 won 5-2.
The Union teams are also some of the best in the league. The U15 team has a 20-3-3 record and is first in its group. It also has one of the best scorers in the league in Selmir Miscic, who has scored 27 goals in 18 games this season.
The U17 team is second in its group behind the Red Bulls, with a 16-4-7 record. The U19 team has a similar record to the Impact’s, with 20 wins, two losses and three draws. They scored 87 goals while allowing only 18.
About the Philadelphia Union
The Union’s academy facilities are located in Wayne, Pennsylvania. Its academy hosts seven teams, from U12 to U19, including a USL affiliated team.
The kids from Philadelphia have their own school where they mix studies and sport.
Since July 2016, the Union signed five homegrown players: Auston Trusty, Derrick Jones, Anthony Fontana, Mark McKenzie and Matt Real.