Notable Players: Bradley Wright-Phillips, Seth Stammler, Youri Djorkaeff, Tim Howard, Tony Meola, Mike Petke, Clint Mathis, Amado Guevara, Roberto Donadoni, Juan Pablo Angel and Thierry Henry
New York Red Bulls Tickets
The New York Red Bulls came into the MLS in 1995 as one of its 10 charter members, forging a new history of soccer in the United States. Originally known as the New York/New Jersey MetroStars, the club changed its name to the Red Bulls in 2006 to reflect its new ownership. New York won the Supporters’ Shield for the best overall league record in 2013, 2015 and 2018. In 2008, the club reached the MLS Cup final for the first time, losing to the Columbus Crew by a score of 3-1. The club also made two US Open Cup final appearances in 2003 and 2017. Forward Bradley Wright-Phillips, who played with New York between 2013 and 2019, is the club’s all-time leading scorer, with 126 goals in 240 appearances, and a two-time recipient of the Golden Boot award. If you want to experience some of the best soccer in the country, buy your New York Red Bulls tickets at StubHub today.
What are some of the most anticipated games of the upcoming season?
The New York Red Bulls will open the 2020 regular season with a home game against FC Cincinnati on March 1. This is followed by important home and away series against New York City FC on May 31 and Aug. 23, Atlanta United on May 16 and Aug. 30, D.C. United on April 26 and May 23, the New England Revolution on April 18 and July 25 and the Philadelphia Union on June 6 and Sept. 27. The Red Bulls will also host the reigning champion Seattle Sounders on July 8. The season concludes with a home game against Toronto FC on Oct. 4. Outside of the MLS, New York will participate in the 2020 US Open Cup, the longest-running soccer tournament in the country. The club will earn an automatic bye into the fourth round, which takes place on May 19 and 20.
How did New York finish in the previous season?
The New York Red Bulls earned the sixth seed in the Eastern Conference with 48 points and a record of 14 wins, 14 losses and six draws. In the first round of the MLS playoffs, the club lost to the Philadelphia Union by a score of 4-3 in extra time. New York jumped out to an early 2-0 lead with goals from Josh Sims and Tim Parker, but Philadelphia scored the final three goals. Marco Fabián's goal in the 105th minute gave Philadelphia the decisive edge.
Who are New York’s biggest rivals?
The Red Bulls and New York City FC, whose matchup is frequently showcased during MLS rivalry week, have fought for citywide bragging rights since 2013. The Red Bulls also have a long rivalry with D.C. United that extends back to the creation of the league in 1996. Minor rivals include the New England Revolution and the Philadelphia Union.
Who is New York’s head coach?
Chris Armas was named the head coach of the New York Red Bulls in July 2018 following the departure of Jesse Marsch. During his professional playing career, Armas was a member of the Chicago Fire, with which he won an MLS Cup and US Open Cup in 1998, and the US Men’s National Team. He joined the Fire as an assistant in 2008, coached the Adelphi University women’s team between 2011 and 2014 and became an assistant for the Red Bulls in 2015.
How large is the venue where the New York Red Bulls play?
The Red Bulls’ home stadium, Red Bull Arena, which opened in 2010, has a maximum seating capacity of approximately 25,000, including 30 luxury suites and 1,000 club seats. The beer garden located between Gates B1 and C gives fans an opportunity to play games, take photographs and watch the freestyle soccer street team.Back to Top
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