Tag Archive | Justin Haak

New York City FC look to regain winning ways against New England

It isn’t every day where two soccer clubs meet and they have run into a string of matches that have not gone their way. September 4 at Gillette Stadium, New York City FC and the New England Revolution will be doing just that as the race to the MLS Playoffs heats up. With Philadelphia being […]

NYCFC Makes It 2 Wins In A Row In Dallas, Securely Back In Second Place

The New York City Football Club picked up their second win in five days with a 1-0 shutout over FC Dallas in a midweek matchup that saw the Texas heat bring a new set of challenges for the Gents In Blue. On a night that saw field temperatures steadily over 100 degrees New York was […]

New York City FC Announces Roster Moves For 2021

New York City FC announced recently roster options ahead of the 2021 season. Five players have had their options exercised for 2021: Luis Barraza, Alexander Callens, Justin Haak, Ronald Matarrita, and James Sands. The Club declined the options for Gary Mackay-Steven and Gedion Zelalem, while Joe Scally will finalize his transfer to Borussia Monchengladbach on […]

New York City FC Justin Haak Joins Hartford Athletic on Season-Long Loan

New York City FC Homegrown midfielder Justin Haak has joined Hartford Athletic of the USL Championship on loan for the remainder of the 2020 season. NYCFC have the right to recall Haak at any time. The 18-year-old was part of the Club’s first ever Academy team in 2015 and progressed through the entire player pathway. […]

New York City FC Announce Traveling Roster for “MLS is Back Tournament”

New York City FC  announced their traveling roster for the “MLS is Back Tournament” which begins today in Orlando, Florida. NYCFC will play their first match against the Philadelphia Union tomorrow at 9:00 a.m. The traveling roster includes: Goalkeepers (2): Sean Johnson, Luis Barraza Defenders (8): Anton Tinnerholm, Maxime Chanot, Alexander Callens, Gudmundur Thóararinsson, Ronald […]

NOTES & QUOTES: Orlando City SC 1 -1 New York City FC: Orlando Advances On Penalties

NYCFC reached the quarterfinals of the Open Cup for the first time thanks to victories over North Carolina FC and D.C. United and made a second trip to the Orlando in 2019, following the MLS opening day draw. Dome Torrent welcomed Héber back to the starting XI after the Brazilian’s hamstring injury, while Jesus Medina […]

NOTES & QUOTES: New York City FC 5 – 2 FC Cincinnati

New York City FC returned to the Bronx, after a long four weeks of road games, to take on FC Cincinnati for the first time in MLS history. As the City looked to keep their unbeaten streak, the squad’s depth was tested with the overlapping international break, meaning Dome was without six senior players. With […]