New York Red Bulls

3rd Conference East | 13-9-9
  • Goals For
    2nd
    53 GF
  • Assists
    4th
    35 GA
  • Shots
    16th
    255 Shots
  • Saves
    13th
    90 SAV
  • SNY

    September Rising: Three Red Bulls who impressed

    The New York Red Bulls went unbeaten in September and advanced out of the group stage of the CONCACAF Champions League. It was a successful stretch, but there were still a couple of disappointing results created by blown leads. With the season winding down, several players have emerged and others continue to put in strong performances. Here's three Red Bulls who stood out this month. Aurelien Collin - defender Has there been a more important defender for the Red Bulls this season? With players frequently getting injured and the back line in a state of flux, Collin remains the only constant since joining the team in April (from an Orlando City squad that could desperately use him now). He's a

  • Vettel disappointed to finish behind Red Bulls in Malaysia F1 qualifying
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    Vettel disappointed to finish behind Red Bulls in Malaysia F1 qualifying

    Sebastian Vettel was left disappointed following qualifying for the Malaysian Grand Prix on Saturday at Sepang after finishing behind both Red Bull drivers in Q3. Vettel took his first Formula 1 victory for Ferrari in Malaysia last year, but has failed to reach the top step of the podium in 2016 as the team has slipped behind Red Bull in the pecking order. With Mercedes dominating proceedings in Malaysia over one lap, Vettel had hoped to finish as the best of the rest in qualifying. However, the German could only finish fifth in Q3, over seven-tenths of a second behind pole-sitter Lewis Hamilton and just two-tenths off P3 on the grid. “We expected it to be tight, but we thought that we could

  • SNY

    Kemar Lawrence called up to Jamaica roster

    New York Red Bulls left back Kemar Lawrence has been called up to the Jamaica national team for the upcoming third round of Caribbean Cup qualifiers. The 20-man squad features seven MLS players. Jamaica plays Suriname on October 5 and Guyana on October 11 in Group 1. Group winners qualify for the 2017 Caribbean Cup (June 22-25) and 2017 Gold Cup (July 9-30). Brendan Joseph Lawrence, one of the top left backs in MLS, remains a key player for his club and country. While away with the national team, he will not be forced to miss any matches as MLS is taking a two week international break. Jamaica is currently a national team program in transition. They were recently eliminated from 2018 World Cup