New York City FC
The 1-1 draw against the Philadelphia Union on Thursday night at Yankee Stadium will rank as the most disappointing result in the short history of New York City FC.
Regardless of shape or system, Shelton should be unveiled as a starter on Thursday. He injects energy to an attack with a dearth of goals in recent matches.
Set piece, set play, dead ball, restart, free kick. No matter what you call it, these often dangerous opportunities can decide the outcome of soccer matches – at every level.
Ike Opara scored early and Sporting Kansas City made it stand up, beating New York City FC 1-0 on Saturday in blustery conditions with intermittent flurries all afternoon.
While Xavi would have been a short-term boost for marketing and attendance, he did not suit the needs of the team ON the field — for the present AND the future.
Josh Saunders had seven saves in his second consecutive shutout and 10-man New York City FC tied Colorado 0-0 on Saturday in the home opener for the Rapids.
While the Rapids’ home formula will favor setting a high tempo attack, Kreis’ side must regulate their effort over 90 minutes.
New York City FC will be playing its first home match at Yankee Stadium on Sunday, and area businesses and fans couldn’t be more excited.
“It’s going to suck,” Teixeira said. “But you have to deal with it. It’s going to tear up the infield, but there’s nothing we can do about it, so we’ll deal with it.”
Are you ready for the debut of MLS soccer on The FAN? For the uninitiated, listening to a sport they are unfamiliar with can make it difficult to follow the action.
Nemec has two goals in 14 international appearances. The agreement was announced Monday.
New York City FC is replacing its leader before playing its first game in Major League Soccer.
The 24-year-old Diskerud has five goals in 25 international appearances and was part of the U.S. under-23 team that failed to qualify for the 2012 London Olympics.
The league said Friday that NYCFC plays New England on March 15 in its home opener at Yankee Stadium.
New York City Football Club already had its flagship radio station locked up. Now it has a home on television, too.