That's not even including the ones that WPVI will be showing. http://www.phinallyphilly.com/2010/02/03/union-schedule-released/ The MLS finally announced the schedule for the 2010 season, and the first half is going to be a beast for the Union. As was previously announced, the Union will have their inaugural match against Seattle on March 25h. They’ll then have their home debut, at Lincoln Financial Field, on April 10th against D.C. United. After that home match, 7 of the next 8 matches will be on the road, with a match up against F.C. Dallas on May 15th at the Linc sprinkled in there. The team won’t play it’s first match in his new stadium until June 27th, against Seattle. The stadium just won’t be ready in time, forcing the Union to be a team without a home for the first half of the season. You can view the entire schedule on the Union’s website here. In a somewhat surprising move, 17 of the Union’s games will be nationally televised. Five of those will be on a Spanish language network, but they will also be shown on local television, which is WPVI here in the Philadelphia area. It’s odd to see an expansion team get so much national exposure, but with all the noise the fans in Philly have been making, it would be crazy for television networks to ignore this market. As Union President Tom Veit said, “June 27th isn’t my birthday, but it’s going to feel like it.” I’ll be right there in Section 137 with the Sons of Ben in the inaugural match at the Union’s home field. I can’t wait.