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    Do you love the New York Red Bulls? The New York Soccer FC Rush is now available to you for FREE but for a *Limited Time*! Now you can catch the New York Red Bulls game!

    Features of this app include:

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    * New York Red Bulls Soccer (Football) Photos
    * Fan Wall
    * New York Red Bulls Soccer (Football) Shop
    * Talk Smack Against Other Teams
    * Connect Easily With Mobile Rush
    * Major League Soccer (MLS) Scores
    * Major League Soccer (MLS) Tables
    * New York Red Bulls Soccer (Football) Schedule
    * New York Red Bulls Soccer (Football) Squad
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    The history of New York Red Bulls Soccer (Football) from Wikipedia.

    The New York Red Bulls is an American professional soccer team based in Harrison, New Jersey, representing the New York metropolitan area. The team competes in the Eastern Conference of Major League Soccer (MLS). It is one of the ten charter clubs of MLS, having competed in the league since its inception. The team was a founding member of MLS (1996), but has gone through several name changes. The team was originally known as the New York/New Jersey MetroStars through 1997. From the 1998 season through the 2005 season, the team was known as the MetroStars. On March 9, 2006, the team was sold to Red Bull GmbH, leading to the team's current name. Also knows as the Metro.

    They are the only original MLS franchise not to have won any significant trophy (including regular season, playoffs, and knockout competition) since inception. The team's best result in an MLS season was reaching the MLS Cup final in 2008. In the US Open Cup, the MetroStars reached three semifinals (1997, 1998, 2000), before reaching their first final in 2003, losing 1–0 to the Chicago Fire. On August 26, 2000, the Metros' Clint Mathis set an MLS record by scoring five goals in a game against the Dallas Burn.

    The club's original name was Empire Soccer Club, which gave birth to the name of the team's largest supporters' group, Empire Supporters Club. The team's original owners were John Kluge and Stuart Subotnick. Nike wanted the full name to be MetroFlash, but MetroStars was selected.

    Tab Ramos, the first player to sign with MLS, became the first MetroStar, and was soon joined by 1994 FIFA World Cup teammate Tony Meola and AC Milan star midfielder Roberto Donadoni. 1990 World Cup player Peter Vermes was named the first team captain, but it was the previously unknown Venezuelan Giovanni Savarese who became the Metros' first breakthrough star. The team's first coach was Eddie Firmani of New York Cosmos fame.

    In 1996, the MetroStars made news when they selected Juninho and Túlio in the 1996 MLS Supplemental Draft. This report set off an immediately positive reaction which was quickly crushed after the MetroStars revealed that they had not actually drafted Juninho and Tulio. The MetroStars waived both on March 25, 1996. While the identity of "Juninho" was later discovered, the true name and club history of "Tulio" remains unknown. This bizarre episode has entered MetroStars folk lore.

    When the league began play in 1996, it was expected that the MetroStars would quickly become the league's dominant team. This expectation never materialized. Despite famous players and high-profile coach, the team never seemed to click together. The team's first home game against the New England Revolution proved to be a harbinger of things to come. Former Juventus defender Nicola Caricola inadvertently flipped a cross into his own net in the dying minutes to hand New England a 1–0 win in front of 46,000 fans.