The New York Red Bulls play Major League Soccer and the US Open Cup at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, New Jersey.
The team is regularly a strong competitor. The Red Bulls won the 2016 Eastern Conference, but fell to the Montreal Impact in the MLS Cup semi-finals. They were the 2013 and 2015 winners of the regular season Supporters Shield.
The Red Bulls’ main rivals are NYCFC (New York City Football Club) and D.C. United.
Red Bulls Supporters Clubs
Three supporter clubs compete to show their love for the Red Bulls: Empire Supporters Club, Garden State Ultras, and the Viking Army.
Fans in the supporter’s club sections at Red Bull Arena should expect to stand and sing throughout the game. Even though tickets are assigned seating, it’s first come – first served in the supporter’s club sections. Arrive early if you want to sit in your seat.
Empire Supporters Club
The Empire Supporters Club was founded in 1995
Section 101 (right behind the goal)
The Viking Army was founded in 2011.
Garden State Ultras
The Garden State Ultras were founded in 2005.
Red Bull Arena
Red Bull Arena is a state-of-the-art soccer stadium in a suburb of Newark. It’s about 30-45 minutes by train or car from downtown Manhattan.
The Red Bulls were rated 2016’s best fan experience among New York sports teams by J.D. Power Associates.
2017 New York Red Bulls
Fidel Escobar from Panama City, Panama
Michael Murillo from Panama City, Panama
Felipe Martins from Engenheiro Betrão, Paraná, Brazil
Gonzalo Verón from Buenos Aires, Argentina. He is one of the Red Bulls’ two midfield scoring threats.
2017 New York Red Bulls MLS Cup
We just squeaked into the playoffs on the last game day of the season. We beat the Chicago Fire in the play-in round 0 – 4, but fell to Toronto on away goals 2-2.
MLS Cup Conference Semi-Finals
New York RB vs Toronto is at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, New Jersey on Monday, October 30, 2017 at 7 pm.
Toronto vs New York RB is at BMO Field in Toronto, Canada on Sunday, November 5, 2017 at 3 pm ET.
2017 New York Red Bulls Regular Season
The Red Bulls’ regular season starts March 5 at Atlanta United, and ends October 22 at D.C. United.
Atlanta United 1-2 New York RB
New York RB 1-0 Colorado Rapids
Seattle Sounders 3-1 New York RB
New York RB 0-0 Real Salt Lake
Houston Dynamo 4-1 New York RB
Orlando City 1-0 New York RB
New York RB 2-0 DC United (Atlantic Cup)
New York RB 2-0 Columbus Crew
New York RB 2-1 Chicago Fire
Sporting Kansas City 2-0 New York RB
Philadelphia Union 3-0 New York RB
New York RB 1-3 LA Galaxy
New York RB 1-1 Toronto FC
New York RB 2-1 New England Revolution
Montreal Impact 1-0 New York RB
New York RB 1-0 NYCFC (U.S. Open Cup ~ Hudson Derby)
Philadelphia Union 0-2 New York RB
New York RB 0-2 NYCFC (Hudson River Derby)
New York RB P 1-1 Philadelphia Union (U.S. Open Cup)
New England 2-3 New York RB
New England 0-1 New York RB (U.S. Open Cup)
New York RB 5-1 SJ Earthquakes
Minnesota United 0-3 New York RB
Sat, July 29 New York RB vs Montreal Impact at Red Bull Arena at 7:30pm
Sun, August 6 (MLS) NYCFC vs New York RB at 6pm (Hudson River Derby)
Sat, August 12 (MLS) New York RB vs Orlando City at Red Bull Arena at 7:30pm
Sun, August 20 (MLS) Portland Timbers vs New York RB at 8pm
Fri, August 25 (MLS) New York RB vs NYCFC at Red Bull Arena at 7pm (Hudson River Derby)
Dallas 2-2 New York RB
Chicago Fire 1-1 New York RB
New York RB 0-0 Philadelphia Union
Columbus Crew 3-2 New York RB
New York RB 3-3 DC United (Atlantic Cup)
Toronto 4-2 New York RB
New York RB 3-0 Vancouver Whitecaps at 5pm
Sun, October 15 (MLS) New York RB vs Atlanta United at 5pm
Sun, October 22 (MLS) DC United vs New York RB at 4pm (Atlantic Cup)
2016 New York Red Bulls
The Red Bulls won the Eastern Conference. For the 2016 Season, the Red Bulls played Major League Soccer, and the US Open Cup.
For tickets, visit www.newyorkredbulls.com