Tag Archive | Sean Johnson

Revenge! Union roll past NYCFC to first MLS Cup Final 

Revenge was served up piping hot in Subaru Park Sunday evening. The Philadelphia Union exercised the demons from last year’s bitter Eastern Conference Final defeat by NYCFC by scoring three goals in 12 minutes to claim the team’s first Eastern Conference Championship 3-1 in front of 19,770 fans, the biggest crowd in the history of […]

NYCFC Season Comes To an End At the Hands of the Union

The New York City Football Club’s 2022 playoff run came to an end last night with 3-1 loss at Subaru Park to the Philadelphia Union. Playing with a lineup that was missing both Talles Magno and defender Maxime Chanot to injury NYCFC conceded three goals in the second half in 12 minutes and was on […]

It’s War! NYCFC Moves On For Eastern Conference Finals Against the Union

The New York City Football Club set up a much anticipated rematch against the Philadelphia Union next week at Subaru Park in the MLS Eastern Conference Finals, with a 3-1 victory north of the border Sunday against 2nd ranked CF Montreal. It took under 6 minutes but Maxi Moralez opened the scoring nearly immediately with a […]

Bittersweet Win For NYCFC Locks Them Into 3rd Place For the Playoffs

The New York City Football Club went ahead early and held on for a 2-1 win on the road against Atlanta United, but injuries during the match have raised questions going into their playoff match next week against Inter Miami. Defender Tayvon Gray sustained a foot injury while Winger Talles Magno injured his left shoulder […]

NYCFC Takes Campeones Cup, 2-0 Win Over Visiting Atlas FC

The New York City Football Club took home its second trophy in the past year with a 2-0 shutout over Atlas FC in the annual Campeones Cup. The single match, which pairs the champions of the previous years MLS and Liga MX leagues got the scoring immediately underway as Nicolas Acevedo beat goalkeeper Camilo Vargas […]

NYCFC Overcomes Own Goal, Ties Visiting FC Cincinnati 1-1

The New York City Football Club overcame what might have been one of the worst own goals in recent soccer memory with a 1-1 comeback tie at Citi Field over 7th place FC Cincinnati. After a strong start with to the evening with several much needed fresh legs back in the lineup after injury Thiago […]

NYCFC, Seconds Away From A Road Point, Comes Up Empty

The New York City Football Club lost another heartbreak in late game fashion as they fell to Orlando SC with just seconds remaining in bonus time 2-1. The team, which has now lost four of the last five has lost each match at the 75th minute or later, which raised concerns as to their late […]