The New York Red Bulls academy finished the month of April strong, going 2-0-2 in four competitions last weekend. The Red Bulls U-12s were the lone age group not in action.
All four age groups hit the road to take on local rivals, New Jersey Cedar Stars Academy (NJCSA).
Verona United Soccer Club, based in Essex County, New Jersey, has been a partner of the New York Red Bulls since 2008 and serves local towns such as Caldwell, West Caldwell, Cedar Grove, Montclair and North Caldwell.
The New York Red Bulls academy won all five matches last weekend in a successful 5-0-0 sweep. The U-13s were the only age group not in action.
The Red Bulls U-18 and U-16 teams travelled north to face Montreal Impact, while the U-14s and U-12s stayed local to take on Met Oval and NJCSA.
HARRISON, N.J. (April 28, 2016) ― NJ Youth Soccer celebrated its Young Olympians Festival with more than 300 premier U-11 and U-12 players. From this event, select boy players will be chosen to play in a scrimmage with the New York Red Bulls Regional Development School (RDS) and select girls will scrimmage with NJ Youth Soccer State Cup champions.
The National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) and the New York Red Bulls have partnered to offer a special topics course: Players Roles & Responsibilities.
The New York Red Bulls academy were active at all age groups last weekend, including two games for the U-13s and U-12 Blue and White teams. The opponents this week included FC Boston Bolts, World Class, Seacoast United, Met Oval and NYSC.
The New York Red Bulls and National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) have agreed to a multiyear partnership renewal, the club announced today.
New York Red Bulls academy players Noah Powder, Anthony Herbert and Chris Gloster have been called up to their respective national teams, the club announced today.
The youth movement is here, and the benefits can been seen at both the USL and MLS levels. Since it’s inception ahead of the 2015, New York Red Bulls II has provided an invaluable platform for rookies and Homegrowns to learn the system employed by the first team, while developing a skillset that directly translates at the highest level.
More than eight months after going down with a season-ending knee injury, Dan Metzger played his first game for New York Red Bulls II last weekend on Saturday, April 2. The midfielder started and played 66 minutes en route to the team’s first win of the season on the road against Louisville City FC, 2-0.