New York Red Bulls’ fixtures for the upcoming 2020 MLS season have been announced.
Chris Armas’ side will begin the campaign at the Red Bull Arena against Cincinnati on March 1, before heading on the road for three consecutive matches to face Real Salt Lake, Minnesota United and Inter Miami.
Between April 26 and May 31 will prove to be a stern test of this transitioning team’s credentials as the Red Bulls face D.C. United twice, LA Galaxy and New York City away, as well as Atlanta United at home.
A match New York Red Bulls fans and the player alike will be eagerly awaiting is the return of Luis Robles to the Red Bull Arena on September 12, after the 35-year-old ended his seven-year stint with the club to join Inter Miami this off-season.
The campaign will come to a close at the Red Bull Arena against Toronto on October 4. The full list of fixtures and dates can be found below.
03.01: Cincinnati (H) | 03.07: Real Salt Lake (A) | 03.15: Minnesota United (A) | 03.21: Inter Miami (A) | 03.28: Orlando City (H)
04.04: Chicago Fire (A) | 04.11: Toronto (A) | 04.18: New England Revolution (H) | 04.26: D.C. United (A)
05.02: Columbus Crew (H) | 05.02: Cincinnati (A) | 05.10: LA Galaxy (A) | 05.16: Atlanta United (H) | 05.23: D.C. United (H)
06.06: Philadelphia Union (H) | 06.13: Orlando City (A) | 06.17: Vancouver Whitecaps (A) | 06.21: Portland Timbers (H) | 06.27: Montreal Impact (H)
07.04: Colorado Rapids (A) | 07.08: Seattle Sounders (H) | 07.11: Houston Dynamo (H) | 07.14: Los Angeles (H) | 07.25: New England Revolution (A)
08.01: Dallas (H) | 08.08: Montreal Impact (A) | 08.15: Chicago Fire (H) | 08.23: New York City (H) | 08.30: Atlanta United (A)
09.12: Inter Miami (H) | 09.19: Columbus Crew (A) | 09.27: Philadelphia Union (A)
10.04: Toronto (H)