NYC FC Schedule Released

New York City Football Club, New York City’s new Major League Soccer Club, today announced its much-anticipated 2015 inaugural season match schedule. The schedule features 17 home games at the iconic Yankee Stadium in the Bronx.

The Club will kick-off their inaugural campaign at Orlando on March 8, before hosting MLS Cup Finalist New England the following Sunday March 15 in the historic home opener. Both matches will be nationally televised on ESPN.

The schedule features three matches between New York City FC and the Red Bulls. The first meeting between the two teams will occur on May 10 at Red Bull Arena, followed by the neighbors from New Jersey visiting Yankee Stadium on June 28. The third match will take place on August 9 in New Jersey.

Other notable home dates include May 3 vs. Supporters’ Shield winners Seattle Sounders, July 26 vs. fellow expansion club Orlando City SC, and August 13 vs Eastern Conference regular season champions D.C. United.

New York City FC will face off against the current MLS Cup holders LA Galaxy on August 23.

New York City FC will be featured heavily on National TV with 14 of the clubs 34 total games shown on ESPN, Fox, and Univision Deportes. New York City FC’s local television schedule will be released at a later date featuring games on the YES Network. New York City FC games will also be available in English and Spanish in a partnership with CBS Radio and WFAN New York. All National TV times & listings are available on

Reflecting on today’s announcement, Head Coach Jason Kreis said: “Now we have the schedule for our first season in MLS, the anticipation has built and the excitement increased. We knew our first games already but the having the complete list feels like a landmark on our team calendar and highlights how close we are to the start of the season. Knowing who we will face and when will really help our preparations. We cannot wait to get started.”

The full schedule, including all national TV times & listings are available on

Join the Club today, season tickets are available now by calling 855-77-NYCFC or by logging on to the team website at



DateOpponentTimeBroadcast Partner
Sunday, March 8@ Orlando5:00pmESPN2
Sunday, March 15vs. New England5:00pmESPN2
Saturday, March 21@ Colorado4:00pm
Saturday, March 28vs. Kansas City7:00pm
Saturday, April 11@ Philadelphia
Thursday, April 16vs. Philadelphia
Sunday, April 19vs. Portland7:00pmFS1
Friday, April 24@ Chicago8:00pmUDN
Sunday, May 3vs. Seattle7:00pmFS1
Sunday, May 10@ New York Red Bulls7:00pmFS1
Friday, May 15vs. Chicago7:00pmUDN
Saturday, May 23@ Real Salt Lake10:00pm
Saturday, May 30vs. Houston
Saturday, June 6@ Philadelphia7:00pm
Saturday, June 13vs. Montreal
Saturday, June 20@ Toronto
Sunday, June 28vs. New York Red Bulls5:00pmESPN2
Saturday, July 4@ Montreal
Sunday, July 12vs. Toronto5:00pmESPN2
Saturday, July 18@ New England7:30pm
Sunday, July 26@ Orlando2:30pmFS1
Saturday, August 1vs. Montreal
Sunday, August 9@ New York Red Bulls7:00pmFS1
Thursday, August 13vs. D.C. United
Wednesday, August 19@ Columbus7:30pm
Sunday, August 23@ L.A. Galaxy5:00pmESPN2
Saturday, August 29vs. Columbus
Saturday, September 12@ Dallas8:30pm
Wednesday, September 16vs. Toronto
Saturday, September 19vs. San Jose
Saturday, September 26@ Vancouver
Friday, October 2@ D.C. United7:00pmUniMas
Friday, October 16@ Orlando7:00pmUniMas
Sunday, October 25vs. New England5:00pmDecision Day


*All times are eastern


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