Formerly the New York/New Jersey MetroStars, the New York Red Bulls are arguably best-known MLS team. Yet despite winning the Eastern Conference four times, they are yet to get their hands on the coveted MLS Cup. Surely, it's only a matter of time before this incredibly deep and skilled team accomplishes their ultimate goal. The Red Bulls are consistent threats, winning the Eastern Conference in 2000, 2010, 2013, and 2015, with last season’s 57-point tally good for second most in the league.
New York Red Bulls Next Game
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New York Red Bulls Regular Season Schedule
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New York Red Bulls Standings
The Red Bulls are consistently pitted as one of the favorites to lift the MLS Cup. Will it happen this season? Keep track of the standings and monitor the Red Bulls development throughout the season.
New York Red Bulls Betting Tips
Will the New York Red Bulls finally capture that elusive MLS Cup? They certainly have more than enough firepower to blast their way to glory in 2016. The team scored 61 goals last season, the second most in the league.
They also substantially improved their overall team defense, conceding the second fewest goals in the Eastern Conference in 2016. It's why the Red Bulls are one of the favorites yet again to win the MLS Cup.
The only thing holding the Red Bulls back from winning the MLS Cup is their inexplicably bad away form. The Red Bulls won a league most, 13, home games. They were only beaten twice at home. However, this team just cannot sort out their road form, only winning three of 17 games in hostile territory. How is that possible?
Obviously the team lacks the guile, physicality and discipline to tigthen things up in difficult environments. Once they figure out how to win at least half of their away games, there will be no stopping this Red Bull unit.
They've got one of the league's best scores - Bradley Wright Phillips - whose 24 goals in 2016 won him the illustrious Golden Boot. It's one of the main reasons the Red Bulls score so prolific as a team.
If Wright Phillip finds the same sort of form in 2017, the Red Bulls are in with a great shot of winning it all. Again, though, I cannot stress enough how important it is to start winning some away games. It's the difference between winning the MLS Cup and coming up agonizingly short once again.