June 9, 2018
by Sean McCaffery

The US tops Canada 1-0 as Reilyn Turner gets the goal, her 2nd in her 2nd game for the team, in this final game of group play. She got the headed goal after subbed in the 2nd half from a corner by Katy Wiesner in the 65th minute. Reilyn was named to the team recently as Peyton Linnehan was out due to an injury. Her first goal came playing Haiti June 6, their next opponent on June 10 @ 5p.m. ET on go90.com, and UDN to secure a spot at the World Cup later this year.

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June 9, 2018
by Sean McCaffery

Following their 10th triumphant showing of new soccer films and shorts last month, they are at it again. Today they announce ways to see some of the films they screened, and in support of the game and genre a few more. 

Celtic Soul from last years festival is streaing on iTunes, Amazon and more, it is the first film distributed by K & S Media Group.

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June 9, 2018
by Sean McCaffery

A great weather day in NYC for a game as the home team with a win would take away the league lead, but only for hours should Sporting Kansas City win. Atlanta for their part come in hot, following a 3-0 win over the Battery in Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup play and a league win 3-1 over the Union, their opponents were down to 9 men.

NYCFC comes in following a 4-0 loss in a Hudson River Derby in the U.S. Open Cup with neither team at full strength. The last meet of these 2 was an action packed 2-2 tie in M/B Stadium with Alex Ring Netting a great goal.

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June 8, 2018
by Sean McCaffery

Facing former player Mike Grella of Glen Cove should be an interesting match up for NYRB who had had 5 of 6 away games decided by a single goal. Saturday at 5p.m., it will be broadcst on ESPN, ESPN Deportes ESPN+ and New York Red Bulls Radio. With NY ahead in their meetings, 30-27-10 at home however, the hosts are on top at home, 17-12-5. The 22 point RBNY will come up against the Crew and their 26  with the 5 p.m. game having Red Bulls Radio live at 4:30 with the tri Honda Countdown to Kickoff and Matt Harmon hosting.

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June 7, 2018
by Sean McCaffery

Contributed by Steven Torres

In a Hudson River Derby match-up between these MLS sides on Wednesday evening had New York Red Bulls defeating visiting NYCFC (New York City FC), 4:0, at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, N.J., during fourth round of 2018 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup.

The crowd of 9,496 saw their second Hudson River Derby, after sides had already met last month in league play with Red Bulls winning 5:0.

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