HARRISON, N.J. (January 7, 2019) – The New York Red Bulls and Major League Soccer announced the club's 2019 MLS Schedule today. The home schedule includes a rematch of the MLS Eastern Conference Championship against Atlanta United FC on May 19, and the renewal of the New York Derby on July 14.

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After facing Club Atletico Pantoja in a home-and-home series in the Scotiabank Concacaf Champions League Round of 16 series on February 20 and 27, the Red Bulls will travel to Columbus to open the season against Crew SC on March 2.

The Red Bulls will have a Week 2 bye before opening the 10th season of soccer at Red Bull Arena against San Jose on March 16.

The full New York Red Bulls 2019 schedule is available by visiting NewYorkRedBulls.com/Schedule. Tickets for every home match will go on-sale February 1.

2019 Red Memberships and Flex Memberships are available now. For more information or to purchase, visit NewYorkRedBulls.com/Tickets or call 1.877.727.6223.

The Red Bulls will be on national television 13 times in the U.S., and an additional five times in Canada. Kickoff times and additional details for the Red Bulls local TV broadcasts will be announced at a later date.

The Red Bulls are never on the road for more than two consecutive games, with trips to Kansas City and New England in April, Toronto and Orlando in July, and a Pacific Northwest swing with Seattle and Portland in September.

The longest homestand of the season is three games, when the Red Bulls host FC Cincinnati, the LA Galaxy and the Montreal Impact from late April into May.

In addition to hosting New York City FC on July 14, the Red Bulls will return to Yankee Stadium on August 24. With FC Cincinnati joining as Major League Soccer’s 24th team, no opponents will meet three times in the regular season.

The Red Bulls will make their first visit to LAFC’s Banc of California Stadium on August 11, but will wait to visit Minnesota United’s Alianza Arena, as the Loons visit RBA on April 6. New York will make its first MLS trip to Cincinnati on Sunday, May 26.

The Red Bulls close out the regular season at Montreal on October 6. Prior to that, the Red Bulls play two of the final three games at home, hosting Philadelphia (Sept 22) and D.C. United (Sept 29) to close out the home portion of the schedule.


New York Red Bulls 2019 Schedule
All times Eastern; home matches in Bold
Date (National Broadcast Network)          Opponent                   Venue                                   Time

<p>Saturday, Mar 2</p>
<p>MAPFRE Stadium</p>
<p>4:30 p.m.</p>
<strong>Saturday, Mar 16 (Univision)</strong>
<strong>San Jose</strong>
<strong>Red Bull Arena</strong>
<strong>3:30 p.m.</strong>
<strong>Saturday, Mar 23</strong>
<strong>Red Bull Arena</strong>
<strong>7 p.m.</strong>
<p>Saturday, Mar 30</p>
<p>SeatGeek Stadium</p>
<p>1 p.m.</p>
<strong>Saturday, Apr 6</strong>
<strong>Red Bull Arena</strong>
<strong>7 p.m.</strong>
<p>Sunday, Apr 14 (FS1)</p>
<p>Kansas City</p>
<p>Children’s Mercy Park</p>
<p>7 p.m.</p>
<p>Saturday, Apr 20</p>
<p>New England</p>
<p>Gillette Stadium</p>
<p>7 p.m.</p>
<strong>Saturday, Apr 27</strong>
<strong>Red Bull Arena</strong>
<strong>7 p.m.</strong>
<strong>Saturday, May 4 (ESPN)</strong>
<strong>LA Galaxy</strong>
<strong>Red Bull Arena</strong>
<strong>2 p.m.</strong>
<strong>Wednesday, May 8 (TVA Canada)</strong>
<strong>Red Bull Arena</strong>
<strong>8 p.m.</strong>
<p>Saturday, May 11 (Univision)</p>
<p>Toyota Park</p>
<p>2 p.m.</p>
<strong>Sunday, May 19 (FS1)</strong>
<strong>Red Bull Arena</strong>
<strong>1 p.m.</strong>
<strong>Wednesday, May 22 (TSN in Canada)</strong>
<strong>Red Bull Arena</strong>
<strong>8 p.m.</strong>
<p>Saturday, May 25</p>
<p>NIppert Stadium</p>
<p>7:30 p.m.</p>
<strong>Saturday, Jun 1 </strong>
<strong>Real Salt Lake</strong>
<strong>Red Bull Arena</strong>
<strong>7 p.m.</strong>
<p>Saturday, Jun 8</p>
<p>Talen Energy Stadium</p>
<p>7:30 p.m.</p>
<strong>Friday, Jun 28 (UNI, UniMas)</strong>
<strong>Red Bull Arena</strong>
<strong>8 p.m.</strong>
<p>Wednesday, Jul 3</p>
<p>BBVA Compass Stadium</p>
<p>9 p.m.</p>
<p>Sunday, Jul 7 (FOX)</p>
<p>Mercedes-Benz Arena</p>
<p>2 p.m.</p>
<strong>Sunday, Jul 14 (FS1)</strong>
<strong>Red Bull Arena</strong>
<strong>6:30 p.m.</strong>
<p>Wednesday, Jul 17 (TSN in Canada)</p>
<p>BMO Field</p>
<p>8 p.m.</p>
<p>Sunday, Jul 21 (FS1)</p>
<p>Orlando City Stadium</p>
<p>7:30 p.m.</p>
<strong>Saturday, Jul 27</strong>
<strong>Red Bull Arena</strong>
<strong>8 p.m.</strong>
<strong>Saturday, Aug 3 (TSN in Canada)</strong>
<strong>Red Bull Arena</strong>
<strong>6 p.m.</strong>
<p>Sunday, Aug 11 (FS1)</p>
<p>Banc of California Stadium</p>
<p>10 p.m.</p>
<strong>Saturday, Aug 17</strong>
<strong>New England</strong>
<strong>Red Bull Arena</strong>
<strong>7 p.m.</strong>
<p>Wednesday, Aug 21 (UniMas)</p>
<p>Audi Field</p>
<p>8 p.m.</p>
<p>Saturday, Aug 24 (ESPN2)</p>
<p>Yankee Stadium</p>
<p>7 p.m.</p>
<strong>Saturday, Aug 31</strong>
<strong>Red Bull Arena</strong>
<strong>7 p.m.</strong>
<p>Sunday, Sep 15 (ESPN)</p>
<p>CenturyLink Field</p>
<p>3:30 p.m.</p>
<p>Wednesday, Sep 18</p>
<p>Providence Park</p>
<p>10:30 p.m.</p>
<strong>Sunday, Sep 22</strong>
<strong>Red Bull Arena</strong>
<strong>6 p.m.</strong>
<strong>Sunday, Sep 29</strong>
<strong>Red Bull Arena</strong>
<strong>5 p.m.</strong>
<p>Sunday, Oct 6 (TVA in Canada)</p>
<p>Saputo Stadium</p>
<p>4 p.m.</p>