Kristian Dyer

RED BULLS INSIDER/TV PERSONALITY

Kristian Dyer joined MSG Networks in 2015 and currently serves as the “Red Bulls Insider” during select telecasts, and is also a feature contributor and podcast host on MSGNetworks.com.

A former college soccer player at Montclair State University, Dyer began covering MLS and the national team in 2006 for ESPN.com. He has worked as an NFL columnist and soccer reporter for Metro New York newspaper, and has also been featured in the New York Times, USA TODAY, and SportsIllustrated.com.

As a television personality, Dyer began his on-camera career in 2011 with Fios1, where he provided analyst and sideline reporting for Big East soccer and Ivy League basketball. By 2014, he joined Comcast Sports Philadelphia in their coverage of the Philadelphia Union as a pregame and halftime analyst.

Currently, Kristian resides in Morris County, New Jersey with his wife Sophia, a Columbia graduate and a municipal engineer.

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