The showdown that will take place today inside Red Bull Arena will not just be two of MLS’s clubs battling for points or table position, but for bragging rights in the most ridiculous derby MLS has, the 1% derby. The rivalry between NY and LA is real, and the battle between Broadway and Hollywood intensified over the last few seasons with the additions of players like David Beckham, Thierry Henry, Robbie Keane, and now Tim Cahill. However, with the new unbalanced schedule, the teams only face each other once in the regular season and rotate hosting duties, making the matchup all the more special.no comments
The New York Red Bulls (6-4-2) finish off their consecutive Eastern Conference clashes with a trip north up I-95 to take on the struggling New England Revolution (2-4-3). The Red Bulls look to take nine points out of three games in a week and look to extend their winning streak to five games in the meantime.
The New York Red Bulls (4-4-2, 2-3-1 road) are on the road once again to start a busy three game week. First up, the Columbus Crew (3-2-3) who literally set the scoreboard ablaze last week against the league worst DC United. It will be the first of three meeting this season, with the first and last games coming at Crew stadium. Over the last four meetings, the Red Bulls hold the edge at 2-0-2. In the 2011 season, both games ended in draws. Last year, the Red Bulls had the Crew’s number winning 4-1 in Columbus and 3-1 at home.no comments
The New York Red Bulls (2-4-2) remain home to face the New England Revolution (1-2-2) after a midweek loss to Sporting KC. New York looks to bounce back after a frustrating and physical 1-0 loss on Wednesday. New York will hope to turn their three game week into six of nine points gained against the Revolution out at Red Bull Arena.no comments
The New York Red Bulls (1-3-2) travel for the fifth time in their first seven matches to face rival DC United (1-3-1) down in RFK in a battle of struggling teams. The Red Bulls sit seventh in the Eastern conference while rival DC United sit ninth, with both teams coming off crushing defeats from last week. DC lost 1-0 on a late goal in Sporting KC while the Red Bulls had another second half melt down, losing 3-1 against the then winless Chicago Fire.no comments
The New York Red Bulls (1-2-2) travel to the Windy City to take on the winless Chicago Fire (0-3-1). Toyota Park is one of two cursed venues for the Red Bulls who have never won in that stadium. New York’s last win in Chicago against the Fire came way back in May 2005 when the team was still the Metrostars. It has been an 11 game winless streak (with no wins in Toyota Park) for the team but it is the first trip for the likes of Tim Cahill, Juninho, and Peguy Luyindula.
The New York Red Bulls (0-2-1) return home to Red Bull Arena still on their opening season winless streak, looking for a win against the Philadelphia Union (2-1-0). New York has owned the Union, winning 5 of the 7 meetings between the clubs, including the last four matches and never losing inside Red Bull Arena. New York ahs held Philly scoreless for 224 minutes. The Red Bulls are coming off a 1-0 loss on the turf in Montreal while the Union, idle in MLS play, beat Pumas 1-0 in a friendly at PPL Park last weekend.no comments
New York Red Bulls fell to a 0-2-2 record after their latest road loss to the surging Montreal Impact; who improved to 4-0-0 on the season. Once again the Red Bulls found themselves playing on turf, with fair share of possession and chances but they could not finish on this night. One thing to say about Montreal is that all four of their matches these seasons have been on turf.
The New York Red Bulls (0-1-2) are still looking for their first win in the 2013 MLS season. If two games on the road followed by a home opener against a rival was bad enough, they have another thing coming. NY will play another match on turf against the Montreal Impact who has won all three matches so far this season, all of them on turf.no comments
The New York Red Bulls (0-1-1) open up Red Bull Arena to its fans for the first time in 2013 against much hated rivals, DC United (1-1-0). Fresh still are the wounds of the Eastern Conference semifinals, where DC bounced NY in their own stadium. This will be the first of three matches between these foes this season, battling for both one of five spots in the Eastern Conference playoffs and the Atlantic Cup.