“It was an incredible result for us as a club,” Red Bulls head coach Jesse Marsch said after Wednesday night’s shocker.
It could be any field in our area — on Long Island, in Westchester or in Connecticut. Perhaps it’s in the five boroughs of the city, or maybe in New Jersey and possibly in the shadows of Red Bull Arena.
This match features two teams moving in contrary directions, compared to their inaugural rivalry match at Red Bull Arena on May 10.
The initial stages of what may result in five or six player moves this summer at New York City FC began Tuesday with the addition of two outside backs from Spain.
In its Women’s World Cup opener, the U.S. team was fortunate to string together three or four passes.
Will Bruin scored twice in the second half and the Houston Dynamo beat the New York Red Bulls 4-2 on Friday night.
Admittedly, I am finding it difficult to focus on one particular soccer topic for this column. It has been an eventful week on multiple levels.
New York City FC has given up the first goal in nine of its 13 matches this season, in large part due to their lack of an intimidating force along their back line. That, however, could change soon.
Chad Barrett scored 30 seconds into second-half stoppage time to give the Seattle Sounders a 2-1 comeback victory over the New York Red Bulls on Sunday.
Vincent Nogueira and C.J. Sapong scored a quick pair of second-half goals and the Philadelphia Union beat the New York Red Bulls 2-0 on Sunday for their second straight victory.
Bradley Wright-Phillips scored two goals and the 10-man New York Red Bulls beat expansion New York City FC 2-1 on Sunday night in the inaugural New York Derby.
On Sunday, Major League Soccer’s only authentic derby will be born. Manchester City’s brothers from across the pond, New York City FC, will play the New York Red Bulls in Harrison, N.J.
It’s not often that a kid from southern California, playing youth soccer year-round outdoors at the highest level, would then choose to move to the East Coast for his college experience.
Charlie Davies and Teal Bunbury each scored and the New England Revolution then held off the previously unbeaten New York Red Bulls 2-1 on Saturday night.
Felipe scored on a fluky second-half header to give the Red Bulls a 1-1 tie with the Los Angeles Galaxy Sunday, leaving New York as the MLS’s only undefeated team.
Photos from the Galaxy’s 1-0 win over the Red Bulls at Red Bull Arena.
Photos from Rafael Marquez’s debut with the New York Red Bulls.
Red Bulls defeat Manchester City 2-1 at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, New Jersey.
New York Red Bulls vs. Tottenham Hotspur at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, New Jersey.