- Saturday, May 28th7:00PM ETRed Bulls Radio English, Red Bulls Radio En Español, MSGMLS3 - 0
- Sunday, June 19th7:30PM ETFS1, Red Bulls Radio English, Red Bulls Radio En EspañolMLSVS
- Attendance: 31,264
The New York Red Bulls earned their first road result of 2016 on Friday night, playing to a 1-1 draw with Orlando City SC at Camping World Stadium in Orlando.
Bradley Wright-Phillips staked New York a lead, but a second half goal from Orlando’s Kevin Molino saw the teams split points.
- Attendance: 19,632
D.C. United and the New York Red Bulls met in their first Atlantic Cup game of the 2016 season on Friday, with D.C. winning 2-0 at RFK Stadium.
The hosts opened the scoring 20 minutes in, as Patrick Nyarko set up Marcelo Sarvas with a perfect throughball into the box to the Brazilian. Sarvas then sent a low cross through the box to Alvaro Saborio, who tapped it into an open net.
- Attendance: 16,624
The New York Red Bulls returned to winning ways on Wednesday after a tough loss last week to D.C. United, beating the Chicago Fire 1-0 at Red Bull Arena. Despite holding distinct playing styles, the teams traded chances for much of the night. New York held the lion's share of the ball, but had difficulty fully breaking down the Fire, while Chicago tried to hit when they could on the counterattack.
The Red Bulls found the breakthrough just before the hour mark, as Lloyd Sam received a backheel pass from Bradley Wright-Phillips and sent a square pass in the box to Mike Grella, who coolly finished the shot to make it 1-0.
The New York Red Bulls defeated New York City FC, 7-0, to remain perfect in the New York Derby. The Red Bulls set a new club record for goals in a MLS match with two from Dax McCarty, two from Bradley Wright-Phillips, as well as markers from Alex Muyl, Gonzalo Veron and Gideon Baah.
The Red Bulls are 4-0-0 all-time against New York City FC, including a 2-0-0 record at Yankee Stadium. The Red Bulls have outscored NYC FC 10-1 in two games at Yankee Stadium.
- Attendance: 20,324
The New York Red Bulls extended their winning streak to three games on Saturday night with a 3-0 win over Toronto FC at Red Bull Arena. Bradley Wright-Phillips netted a franchise-record fourth career hat trick, while Luis Robles made seven saves for his third-straight shutout.
New York is now 6-7-1 on the season, and 5-2-0 at home. The Red Bulls are 13-7-5 all-time against Toronto FC, and 10-2-1 in games played at home. With 19 points, New York is atop the MLS Eastern Conference, tied with Philadelphia on points. The Union were also in action Saturday night.