The New York Red Bulls return home this Sunday, May 14 to kickoff a three-game home stand with a nationally-televised match against the Los Angeles Galaxy. Kickoff is scheduled for 6 p.m. ET, with coverage on FS1, Fox Deportes and New York Red Bulls Radio in English and Spanish.
New York Red Bulls Radio begins coverage with triHonda Countdown to Kickoff at 5 p.m. ET with Matt Harmon. Harmon will be joined on the call by former Red Bull and MetroStar Steve Jolley, while Ernesto Motta provides Spanish play-by-play. Red Bulls Radio can be found on the Red Bulls TuneIn radio station and the TuneIn app, and will also be carried nationwide on Sirius XM FC Channel 85.
The match will be followed by an inter-conference USL meeting between NYRB II at LA Galaxy II, scheduled for a 9 p.m. ET kickoff. Fans who purchase a ticket for the MLS game are welcome to stay for the second match.
The Red Bulls enter at 5-5-1 after dropping two matches on the road last week. New York earned a 2-1 victory over the Chicago Fire at Red Bull Arena on April 29 before dropping the next two matches, in Kansas City and Philadelphia, in a span of four days.
New York has not lost a home match in over a full calendar year, currently riding a 19 game unbeaten streak (16-0-3) in regular season games at RBA. The Red Bulls have kept 12 clean sheets in that span.
Bradley Wright-Phillips leads New York with four goals this year, while Alex Muyl and Kemar Lawrence provided the offense in the win over Chicago. Luis Robles has four shutouts this year, all at home, and leads the league with 37 saves.