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Subaru Park opened in June 2010 in Chester, Pennsylvania. The stadium is currently on its third name change: PPL Park (2010-2015), Talen Energy Stadium (2015-2019), and now Subaru Park. The Philadelphia Union of the MLS have called the 18,500 capacity soccer-specific stadium home since it opened its doors. Subaru Park has hosted a wide array of events including rugby, college football, lacrosse, ultimate frisby, concerts, and even drum & bugle corps competitions. Subaru Park has been recognized as one of the best stadiums in the MLS.
Subaru Park offers fans some covered or shaded seats in sections 104-110 and sections 124-130.
The Philadelphia Union's most prominent supporter group are the Sons of Ben. They predominately occupy sections 134-140. Smaller Union supporter groups also exist including the Tammany Saints (sections 101 and 133), the IllegitimateS (section 133), the Corner Creeps (section 134), the Bridge Crew (sections 120–121) and La Union Latina (section 114). These seats are general admission and all fans within these sections are expected to stand and be rowdy all game.
The Philadelphia Union designate section 133 at Subaru Park for opposing fans to cheer for their team.
The Philadelpia Union bench is in front of section 106. The visiting team bench is in front of section 108.
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