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24 June 8:52 pm

Jan Gunnar Solli bagged his first-career MLS goal in the 55th minute after he followed up his own shot to send the ball into the mesh to give the Red Bulls a 3-1 lead over DC United:

24 June 8:25 pm

Brandon Barklage doubled up on his goal total in the dying minutes of the first half when he rocketed home the go-ahead goal in the 45th minute to give the Red Bulls a 2-1 lead.

Check out his monster finish here:

24 June 7:57 pm

Red Bulls defender Brandon Barklage netted his first goal as a Red Bull in the 20th minute of Sunday's meeting against DC United to tie the match up at one apiece.

The goal was made possible by means of a great service from Joel Lindpere off a corner kick that found a charging Barklage in perfect position to bury it into the back of the net:

21 June 2:08 pm

Outside of driving in or taking the PATH into the match this Sunday, there are also a few other options you may want to consider as the Red Bulls look to earn three big points at home against rival DC United.

The Football Factory at Legends is hosting a bus trip that departs from the soccer pub at 5:45 PM. Earlier in the day, former Red Bulls striker Jozy Altidore will be on hand to sign autographs and take photos with fans during the Euros broadcast in an effort to raise money for his charity, 'The JA Foundation'. More information about The Football Factory and available buses for remaining Red Bulls matches can be found on their website.

Upper 90 Soccer and Sport offers two separate locations for bus rides into Red Bull Arena at their Brooklyn and Manhattan locations. Each ticket to the match includes round-trip bus service, a lower-level ticket and a unique fan experience/giveaway. The bus will depart two hours before kick-off. For more information on Upper 90, visit their website and check out the page dedicated to the Bus Stampede.

Of course, you may also consult our Transportation HUB for a number of other ways to get to the Arena, including train, PATH and driving directions.

21 June 11:39 am

Heath Pearce stepped up as the hero Wednesday night at BC Place in Vancouver when he sent a header in the 86th minute on frame and into the back of the net to draw level with the Whitecaps. The tally marks Pearce's first regular season goal as a member of the Red Bulls since coming on board last month via a trade with Chivas USA and his first career MLS goal since joining the league in 2009. His goal also allowed the Red Bulls to escape Vancouver with one point and raised the intensity level of this weekend's match to even higher proportions.

Sunday's meeting against DC United at Red Bull Arena (7pm ET on NBC Sports) could potentially end with the Red Bulls in a first-place tie with their conference rivals, depending on whether or not New York secures three points at home. To date, the Red Bulls remain undefeated at home with a 4-0-2 record. (Recap | Match Highlights | Watch: Pearce's Goal)

Here are a few photos from Wednesday's match against the Vancouver Whitecap:

21 June 1:10 am

The Red Bulls trailed Vancouver 1-0 in the dying minutes of the match before defender Heath Pearce came up with a huge header off a great cross from Joel Lindpere in the 86th minute to level the score and allow New York to salvage one point on the road:

19 June 10:57 am

By now you've likely already heard the awesome news that Thierry Henry's documentary, 1:1 - Thierry Henry, will highlight this year's Kicking and Screening Film Festival in New York City. Now's your chance to score a special deal for tickets to the event, scheduled to go down Wednesday, June 27, to Saturday, June 30.

Visit the link here to Henry's documentary and enter the promo code NYRB12 to receive 15% off your purchase. The code applies to a single viewing of Henry's doc, or you can apply it to two other package deals to watch a total of four films over four days, including Gringos at the Gate (6/27), 1:1 Thierry Henry (6/28), Four Year Plan (6/29), Last Proletarians (6/30).

For more information, and a full list of films on display, visit KickingAndScreening.com.

18 June 2:21 pm

The Red Bulls Academy Under-18 side finished up their USDA season with a 3-0 victory over local rival PDA on Saturday

The match started out with a bevy of chances from the Red Bulls, with solid play from the PDA goalkeeper keeping the game level. Finally, a minute from the interval, leading scorer Brandon Allen broke the deadlock. Allen received the ball from Scotty Thomsen at the top of the box and beat a defender before curling in a right-footed shot from distance for his 26th goal of the season.

The second half remained mostly a close affair until the Red Bulls broke the match open late. In the 78th minute, Thomsen took a nifty cross from Danny Bedoya and finished from inside the box to double the lead. Seven minutes later, Allen converted for his 27th goal of the season, with Bedoya again getting credited with the assist.

“The performance today was one of our best of the season,” U-18 captain Thomsen said. “All of the players contributed to the team effort today and we are really looking forward to the play-offs.”

The Under-16 Red Bulls also wrapped up their regular season with a 3-0 victory against PDA over the weekend. Vinny Brunetti had a hand in all three goals, scoring once and assisting on each of the Red Bulls’ other two. Derrick Etienne and and Izzy Tandir both also found the back of the net and Evan Louro earned the shutout for the U-16s, who will begin their playoffs next week in Dallas.