Rivalry Week handed plenty of sides in Major League Soccer motivation to earn three points, but no club had more to prove than the New York Red Bulls. Against their most-hated rival D.C. United, the Red Bulls produced one of the most...Show More Summary
My match report from D.C. United’s 3-0 away defeat to the New York Red Bulls on Sunday night. Carrying a three-game league losing streak, United will have 12 days to get its act together. Next: Colorado Rapids on Sept. 12 at DSG Park in Commerce City, Colo, 9 p.m. ET (Comcast SportsNet). Sean Franklin: “There […]
D.C. United goalkeeper Bill Hamid and forward Fabian Espindola have recovered from knee ailments and might start against the New York Red Bulls on Sunday, Coach Ben Olsen said Friday. “Things are looking up with both of them. They both had full-out training sessions today and both got through it with no issues,” Olsen said. “So […]
The New York Red Bulls took the Chicago Fire by surprise Wednesday night to score a cheeky short corner, though the goal shouldn't have counted. The match was level at 2-2 in the 49th minute when Lloyd Sam jogged over to take the corner. Show More Summary
There was controversy in the MLS on Wednesday night, as the New York Red Bulls scored a super sneaky goal that really shouldn’t have stood. The Red Bulls ultimately lost 3-2 away at the Chicago Fire in the MLS, but in the 49th minute the match was all-square 2-2 following a crafty corner routine. Show More Summary
Week 24 in MLS was jam-packed with entertainment like Sporting Kansas City's incredible comeback or the Philadelphia Union vs. Chicago Fire game, and there was no shortage of storylines. The Seattle Sounders also returned to winning ways by crushing Orlando City SC. Show More Summary
After a disappointing 2-0 defeat to local rivals New York Red Bulls on Sunday, New York City FC stars Frank Lampard, Andrea Pirlo and David Villa will have surely been cheered up by seeing their greased-up selves all over a New York magazine photoshoot. Show More Summary
Milwall vs West Ham? Nah. Scuffles break out between the NYRB and the NYCFC fans outside a pub. Nice to know the rivalry is getting edgy. NYCFC’s growing reputation as a high end retirement home was rubbed in by the NYRB crowd.
Week 23 in MLS was uniquely historic, as D.C. United became the first team ever to win a match with just one shot attempt, as noted by the official league website. The LA Galaxy have moved up in the standings and are just two pointsShow More Summary
Week 23 in Major League Soccer may not have matched the high-scoring output of its immediate predecessor, but it did deliver a good amount of impressive performances at each position on the field. Despite the drop in goal productionShow More Summary
HARRISON, N.J. — New York Red Bulls captain Dax McCarty admitted after his club's 2-0 win over New York City FC on Sunday night that he wasn't completely sure of what NYCFC would throw at his side in terms of big-name players. When the...Show More Summary
Before the third-biggest crowd in Red Bull Arena history, City F.C. fell to the host club for the third time this season and remained outside a playoff spot.
Violence erupted this afternoon between New York Red Bulls and New York City FC supporters outside a bar in Newark, New Jersey ahead of the derby between the two MLS teams. Members of the Garden State Ultras, a group that describes itself as “a European ULTRA style of support for […]
They say US soccer is a long way off the level of European football, but the US fans are certainly doing their best to ape the worst of European fan behaviour. Despite the fact that New York City were only formed as a franchise lastShow More Summary
The 2015 season was meant to be one of rebuilding for the New York Red Bulls. Gone were Thierry Henry and Tim Cahill, two players that were expected to bring silverware to the franchise. That silverware never really materialized, at least not the trophy, the MLS Cup, that matters most. […]
Last week New York Red Bulls confirmed the signing of 33-year-old QPR winger Shaun Wright-Phillips and he made his debut in last night’s 3-1 win over Philadelphia Union. The former England international joins his MLS superstar brother in New York and bagged a wonderful assist for Bradley just 13 minutes after coming off the bench. Show More Summary
Following the success of his younger brother Bradley, former Manchester City, Chelsea and Queens Park Rangers’ winger Shaun Wright-Phillips has officially put pen to paper – sealing a move to the New York Red Bulls. Now with New York’s premier … Continue reading ?
Harrison, New Jersey played host to yet another International Champions Cup match last night, as New York Red Bulls took on SL Benfica at Red Bull Arena. I’d seen Red Bulls defeat Chelsea 4-2 in the most recent match there, … Continue reading ?
Shaun Wright-Phillips has left the Premier League for New York Red Bulls, according to the team’s official website. After 16 years in England, Wright-Phillips and his brother Bradley have joined the Red Bulls and will be available for selection on … Continue reading ?
Shaun Wright-Phillips signs for New York Red Bulls and will join his younger brother Bradley at the MLS club.