MSG Networks Inc. and Major League Soccer’s New York Red Bulls have agreed to a new multi-year rights agreement extension, ensuring that MSG Networks will continue as the exclusive regional telecast home of the Red Bulls. READ PRESS RELEASE
1/7 - MLS RELEASES 2016 RED BULLS SCHEDULE
The Red Bulls will begin their 2016 season at home on Sunday, March 6 against Sebastian Giovinco and Toronto FC at 1:30 PM. VIEW SEASON SCHEDULE
12/1 - BULLS RUN: RED BULLS EXPERIENCE BITTERSWEET ENDING
Playoff exits are never easy to swallow, but this year's Red Bulls elimination will sting for quite some time.
As The Verve's 1997 hit song “Bittersweet Symphony” blared throughout Red Bull Arena after New York's 2-1 aggregate loss to Columbus Crew SC in the Eastern Conference Final Sunday, the players on the pitch dropped to their knees, emotionally and physically drained after pushing for a dramatic equalizer. In the end, the push came too late. The 2015 Supporters' Shield winners will have to watch the MLS Cup Final instead of hosting it.
11/30 - RED BULLS' SEASON ENDS IN EASTERN CONFERECE FINAL
The Red Bulls had their 2015 season come to end after losing on aggregate, 2-1, to the Columbus Crew in the Eastern Conference Final. See what coach Jesse Marsch and the players had to say after the match.
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11/25 - MISSION NOT IMPOSSIBLE
It's not mission impossible, but the Red Bulls' task on Sunday in the second leg of MLS's Eastern Conference Final will certainly be a difficult one.
For the first time this season, New York finds itself with its back to the wall after suffering a 2-0 first-leg defeat at the hands of Columbus Crew SC on Sunday. The Supporters' Shield-winners were thrown off kilter after Justin Meram's series-opening goal nine seconds into the match, the fastest goal in MLS playoff history.
11/19 - BULLS RUN: RED BULLS GEAR UP FOR EASTERN CONFERENCE FINAL
If the Red Bulls’ series against D.C. United more closely resembled a street fight, their Eastern Conference Final vs. the Columbus Crew will be more like a game of chess.
The East’s two best teams will battle this Sunday for the right to represent the conference, as they look to book their ticket in the MLS Cup Final. After a physical, defense-heavy series against D.C. United, Red Bulls head coach Jesse Marsch expects a completely different contest between New York and Columbus.
11/11 - BULLS RUN: RED BULLS MOVE ONE STEP CLOSER
Jesse Marsch had predicted that the Red Bulls-D.C. United Eastern Conference Semifinals series wouldn't be decided until the final minutes of the second leg.
It turns out that the Red Bulls' head coach was right.
In a hotly contested two-legged series, New York finally vanquished their rival late into extra time Sunday, as Bradley Wright-Phillips' 90th-minute goal sealed the home side's passage into the Conference Finals with a 1-0 second-leg victory and a 2-0 win on series aggregate.
11/8 - RED BULLS REACT AFTER SERIES WIN VS. D.C. UNITED
Bradley Wright-Phillips' goal in stoppage time sealed the Red Bulls' series win over D.C. United, as New York prevailed, 1-0. See what coach Jesse Marsch and the players had to say about the match.
11/5 - BULLS RUN: RED BULLS READY FOR DESPERATE D.C..
It wasn’t pretty, but that won’t matter much to the Red Bulls and their fans.
In a game that wasn’t for purists, New York managed to slog their way to a 1-0 first-leg victory over D.C. United this past Sunday. In the 7nd minute, Dax McCarty gave the Red Bulls the advantage they'll take into the home portion of the Eastern Conference Semifinals on Sunday, Nov. 8.