Tag Archive | Valentin Castellanos

New York City FC Permanently Acquires Nicolás Acevedo From Uruguayan Club Liverpool F.C

New York City FC  announced that the Club has acquired midfielder Nicolás Acevedo on a permanent transfer, using Allocation Money, from Uruguayan side Liverpool F.C. The Uruguayan youth international will join the squad upon acquisition of a P-1 visa and International Transfer Certificate (ITC). Acevedo will occupy an international roster slot. The central midfielder was […]

YES Network to Televise 26 New York City FC Matches in 2020

New York City FC today announced YES Network will televise 26 matches this season, its most ever, starting with the squad’s season opener on Sunday, March 1 against the Columbus Crew in Columbus, Ohio at 12:30 pm. All 26 NYCFC matches televised by YES will also be streamed live via the FOX Sports GO app. […]

NOTES & QUOTES: New York City FC 4 – 2 Philadelphia Union

After reaching the quarterfinals of the U.S. Open Cup in D.C., New York City FC returned to MLS action hoping to extend their unbeaten streak to 13 games in all competitions as they faced off against the Eastern Conference leaders, Philadelphia Union. Coming into the night the City was without seven players, four injured and three on […]

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 […]

New York City FC 1 – 0 Chicago Fire SC

New York City FC made their return to the Bronx after getting the first win of the season just three days ago vs. D.C. United. With the fire in their belly and the comfort of being in front of their home crowd, the Boys in Blue came into Bronx Borough Night looking to move up […]

NOTES & QUOTES: Minnesota United FC 3 – 3 New York City FC

New York City FC hit the road to take on Minnesota United FC as their hunt for the season’s first win went on to game no.6. While the Loons were celebrating the opening day of their new stadium, Allianz Field, NYCFC remained focused on the task in hand… bringing home a positive result to New […]

New York CIty FC Suffers Tough 2-1 Loss to Minnesota United

New York City FC embarked on their first-ever trip to Minnesota with their passport to the MLS Playoffs freshly-stamped following a 2-0 midweek win over Chicago. Domènec Torrent made five changes to his lineup, bringing in Eloi Amagat, Jo Inge Berget, Alexander Callens, Valentin Castellanos and Sebastien Ibeagha. Facing off against a Minnesota side who proved […]