The red-hot New York Red Bulls take on the Montreal Impact at Red Bull Arena on Saturday, July 29, at 7:30 p.m. ET (TV: MSG, STREAM: MSG GO, RADIO: New York Red Bulls Radio).
Here are seven reasons to make it out to Harrison on Saturday.
Daniel Royer Can’t Stop Scoring
Daniel Royer will look to extend his three-game scoring streak against the Montreal Impact.
The Austrian winger won MLS Player of the Week after totaling three goals and one assist in two game last week, which brought his season goals total to eight.
Perfect Regular Season Home Record vs. Montreal
The Red Bulls have an unblemished regular season home record against the Montreal Impact at 7-0-0.
In seven MLS home matches, New York has outscored Montreal, 21-7.
First 15,000 Receive T-Shirts
For supporters in attendance at Red Bull Arena this weekend, the first 15,000 fans at the match will receive a free t-shirt!
Arrive early to make sure you collect your Red Bulls swag.
A Shot At Revenge
Last time out against the Montreal Impact on June 3, the Red Bulls fell at Stade Saputo, 1-0.
New York has dropped its previous three games versus Montreal in all competitions, but will look to end the streak at Red Bull Arena, a place where they are 7-0-0 against the Impact all time in the MLS regular season.
Sacha Kljestan vs. Ignacio Piatti
This weekend’s matchup features two of MLS’ best No. 10’s: Red Bulls captain Sacha Kljestan and Montreal’s Ignacio Piatti.
Kljestan, who’s totaled one goal and nine assists this season, is playing at the top of his game, earning recognition on the MLS Team of the Week for his performances against San Jose and Minnesota last week.
Piatti has totaled eight goals and three assists this season, and has recorded two goals and two assists in his last four regular-season appearances versus New York.
The New York Red Bulls (10-8-2, 32 pts.) are surging up the MLS table with nine points from three consecutive MLS wins.
The club heads into the weekend in fifth place of the Eastern Conference, trailing fourth place Atlanta United FC by one point.
Summer Nights at RBA
Projected temperatures on Saturday night’s game in Harrison are partly cloudy with a low of 62 degrees, perfect soccer temperatures.
Spend your evening outdoors with friends and family in what will hopefully be another New York Red Bulls win!