Viking Army Beach Tailgate

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Sunday, August 26th from 1 pm – 10 pm

Reasons to attend next home game
* Viking Army Beach Tailgate
* Because UGH DC United
* Fireworks Night
Festivities start at 2pm at our usual tailgate spot! There are only few tickets left! Southward is almost sold out! Join us and bring the noise for our Boys in White. Send Ralph Chupi a message on Facebook or email us at vikingarmyboard@gmail.com for tickets.

NY Red Bulls vs NE Revolution

35377558_10160384227890304_1936702651865497600_nJoin your Hartwick College friends on July 21, 2018 as the New York Red Bulls take on the New England Revolution. We will gather prior to the game at the North East Plaza Lounge in the stadium to catch up with one another and enjoy a meal.
Saturday, July 21, 2018
5 p.m. | Pre-game reception
North East Plaza Lounge
7:30 p.m. | Game Time
NY Red Bulls vs. NE Revolution
Red Bulls Stadium
600 Cape May Street
Harrison, NJ 07029
This event is graciously hosted by Beave Rogers ’77, P’21 and his wife, Maira P’21.
Tickets are $65 per person; cost includes entry to the game and the dinner reception with water and soda (cash bar available). Please purchase tickets online by Friday, July 13, 2018.
This event will sell out quickly so be sure to register.

Red Bulls Autism Awareness Game

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The New York Red Bulls will host Autism Awareness at Red Bull Arena on Saturday, April 21, for our match against Chicago Fire at 3:30 p.m.

A percentage of each ticket purchased through this link will be donated to Autism Speaks. The first 1,500 who purchase through this link  will receive an Autism Awareness scarf. (Donated amounts are not tax deductible by ticket purchasers.)
There will also be a Quiet Room available for families impacted by Autism looking to take a break from the game located in 1935 near section 112 (look for signs to direct you there).

Sensory Sacks will be available in the Quiet Room and in the Sensory Room. Each sensory sack will include a stress ball, a wristband with the child’s seat information and headphones/hearing safe protectors for children.

When purchasing tickets, please note Sections 113-118/213-218 will be the closest seats to the Quiet Room and will most likely be occupied by other families impacted by Autism. Sections 101,102 and 133 are occupied by our Supporters and sections 219 and 220 are occupied by Chicago Supporters.

The goal — Growing a brand, venue in Harrison

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From left are Joe Stetson, vice president of marketing and communications, Marc de Grandpre, general manager, and Amy Scheer, chief commercial officer, New York Red Bulls. – (PHOTOS BY AARON HOUSTON)

Fresh off a successful 2016 Major League Soccer campaign that included a conference-best regular season record and unlucky early playoff exit, the Harrison-based New York Red Bulls opened their new season earlier this month with a tough road test against Atlanta United FC, one of the league’s two new expansion teams for 2017.

After conceding an early goal, the Red Bulls fought back to score two of their own and spoil the inaugural game festivities as they escaped Atlanta with a win.

The three points secured in the victory will undoubtedly prove vital over the stretch of the long, eight-month regular season, but the win wasn’t the only thing that had Red Bulls General Manager Marc de Grandpre beaming when he returned to New Jersey last week.

For de Grandpre, opening night in Atlanta not only offered a valuable opportunity to showcase his team to a nationally televised audience, it signaled a big step for the MLS, now in its 22nd season as the top flight of soccer in the country, as yet another new American market opened its doors to the world’s game.

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New York Red Bulls kick off annual 11 Days of Service Campaign

10628562_10152344330300264_2554284474860553430_nThe New York Red Bulls kick off its annual 11 Days of Service Campaign tomorrow with a trip to the Ronald McDonald House in New York City. The Red Bulls created the 11 days of Service initiative to run in conjunction with September 11 – the national day of service and remembrance.  Rather than participate in just one day of service, the New York Red Bulls will participate in 11 different community activations as a tribute to the 9/11 victims, survivors, and those who rose up in service in response to the attacks on September 11, 2001.

Red Bulls players, staff and fans will be giving back to the community via the different events as listed below.

September 1st – Ronald McDonald House: Members of the Red Bulls front office and team will meet the families staying at the Ronald McDonald House in New York City and serve dinner.  For more information on how to volunteer with the Ronald McDonald House, please visit http://www.rmh-newyork.org/volunteer.

September 3rd- Hackensack University Medical Center Visit: Members of the Red Bulls First Team will visit patients at Hackensack University Medical Center.  To learn how to volunteer at Hackensack University Medical Center, please visithttp://www.hackensackumc.org/about-us/volunteer-services/.

September 8th – Jersey Cares: Members of the New York Red Bulls front office and their partner Bayer will work at the Newark Conservatory assembling benches and performing general landscaping.  To learn on how to volunteer with Jersey Cares, please visithttp://www.jerseycares.org/HOC__Volunteer_Registration_Page.

September 9th –
Covenant House BBQ: Members of the Red Bulls front office and first team will serve dinner to the homeless youth that the Covenant House (located in Newark, NJ) serves.  For more information on how to volunteer with this organization, please visithttps://nj.covenanthouse.org/volunteer-activities.

September 11th – Food Drive with Community FoodBank of NJ: At the Red Bulls-Chicago Fire MLS regular season match at Red Bull Arena, the Red Bulls will host a food drive outside of the stadium’s gates. Fans attending are encouraged to bring canned food items.

September 14th – Mt. Pleasant Animal Shelter, East Hanover, NJ: Members of the Red Bulls front office and first team will be helping the animal shelter prepare for one of its fundraisers as well as interacting with the animals housed there.  For more information, on how to volunteer with the Mt. Pleasant Animal Shelter please visit, http://njshelter.org/volunteer/information-on-volunteering/.

September 16th – Habitat for Humanity, Newark NJ –  The largest Habitat for Humanity Newark project to date, Harmony Point, is a development of 23 homes located in Newark’s South Ward. Phase One of “Harmony Point” – now under construction – includes three, three-family condo units, available in two- and three-bedroom layouts. The Red Bulls volunteer team will be assisting with construction on the interior of the buildings.  For more information on how to be involved, please visit http://www.habitatnewark.org/getinvolved/.

September 22nd – Community FoodBank of NJ: Members of the Red Bulls front office and team will help assemble food boxes for seniors, put together inserts for the FoodBank’s Kids’ Back Pack program and work in the Tools 4 Schools Resource Center.  For more information on how to volunteer with the Community FoodBank of NJ, please visit http://www.cfbnj.org/help/.

September 23rd – Hospital for Special Surgery Visit: Red Bulls players will visit with pediatric patients at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York, NY.  If you are interested in volunteering at the hospital, please visit http://www.hss.edu/volunteer-in-new-york-city.asp.

September 24th – Mini-Pitch Grand Opening with the New York Red Bulls, MLS WORKS, adidas, Southern New Hampshire University, the U.S. Soccer Foundation, Newark Public Schools and After School All-Stars: To celebrate Major League Soccer’s 20th season, adidas, MLS WORKS, Southern New Hampshire University and the U.S. Soccer Foundation have partnered with the New York Red Bulls, Newark Public Schools and After-School All-Stars to create a new safe place to play at George Washington Carver School. The new space will officially open on September 24th and members of the Red Bulls front office and team will meet Newark community members and youth to celebrate. Click here for more information about the 20th anniversary initiative to transform communities across the nation. You can help change a child’s life and bring a new safe place to play to an underserved community by visiting: www.ussoccerfoundation.org/donate.

September 29th – NYC Service at Cobble Hill Park, Brooklyn- Members of the front
office will be scraping and painting the perimeter fence for the families in Cobble Hill Neighborhood.  For more information on how to volunteer with NYC Service, please visit http://www.nycservice.org/search/.