New York Red Bulls
|Full name||New York Red Bulls|
|Nickname(s)||Red Bulls, Metro|
|Founded||1995 (as NY/NJ MetroStars)|
|Ground||Red Bull Arena, Harrison, New Jersey|
|League||Major League Soccer|
|2009/10||Eastern Conference: 1st|
Playoffs: Quarter Finals
The New York Red Bulls
are an American soccer
team. They play in Major League Soccer
, New Jersey
. Until 2006, they were known as the MetroStars
. Their homeground is the Red Bull Arena in Harrison.
The club was founded in 1995 by John Werner Kluge and Stuart Subotnick, two managers for MetroMedia, under the name MetroStars. The club was a founding member of Major League Soccer. In 2006 the team was sold to the Austrian company Red Bull and renamed the New York Red Bulls. The team is the only one in the MLS which never reached a major title. There were a lot of well-known soccer players on the team from all over the world such as Roberto Donadoni, Lothar Matthäus (FIFA World Cup 1990, UEFA Champion 1980), Adolfo Valencia, Youri Djorkaeff, Amado Guevara, Juan Pablo Angel,Daniel Rodriguez, Thierry Henry, and Rafael Márquez.
Former players Tony Meola, Tab Ramos, Tim Howard, Alexi Lalas, Clint Mathis, Jozy Altidore, Michael Bradley, Claudio Reyna, Eddie Pope, and Tim Ream have all played for the U.S. national team. Current players Juan Agudelo,Daniel Rodriguez, Dax McCarty, and Kenny Cooper have also played for the USMNT.
Former headcoach Bruce Arena
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