Live Stream of tonight’s MLS game between the New York Red Bulls and NYCFC from Harrison, NJ.

Earlier this week the New York Red Bulls (9-6-6) acquired winger Gonzalo Veron from Club Atletico San Lorenzo in the Argentine Primera Division as a designated player. They hope to have him step in tonight and make an impact in the Red Bulls rivalry matchup against New York City F.C. (6-10-6).

“In an ideal world, he’s going on the field (Sunday) to help us get a win.” coach Jesse Marsch told Yahoo! Sports.

Shaun Wright-Phillips, brother of red Bulls star Bradley Wright-Phillips will also be on the field tonight for the Red Bulls after contributing an assist in two games played.

Although NYCFC is currently out of the playoff picture, star player David Villa has scored nine goals in NYCFC’s last seven games and three in the team’s last two games.

Midfielders Andrea Pirlo and Frank Lampard made their debuts in NYCFC’s last game, and hope to continue to make a difference in tonight’s game.

The Red Bulls have won both of the last two meetings against Jason Kreis’s squad, however the both teams have made some acquisitions since the last matchup that could contribute to the outcome of this Hudson River Derby.

#NYisRED. The Red Bulls have swept the season series against NYCFC, with a final score of 2-0.

Felipe may have lost his pants earlier this game, but he is able to score in the final five minutes, giving the Red Bulls a 2-0 lead.

Red Bulls star Andrea Pirlo has done nothing so far, and NYCFC fans are voicing their frustration.

RBNY midfielder Sean Davis enters the game with just under 15 minutes remaining

Sacha Kljestan’s free kick is just high, NYRB still leads 1-0.


The drama continues. Shaun Wright-Phillips, brother of the man who scored this game’s only goal, enters the game.

NYCFC fan favorite Poku enters the game.

Get ready! Fox Sports 1 announcers inform viewers that Poku is preparing to enter the game!

NYCFC fans in Harrison get frustrated with the referees following a yellow card on Shay Facey following contact with Red Bulls star Bradley Wright-Phillips.

Elite Sports NY’s NY Derby Coverage continues! Second half underway!

What a thriller at Red Bull Arena! Bradley Wright Phillips still has the game’s only goal as the Red Bulls lead NYCFC 1-0 at the half. We’re in for a great final 45 minutes.

Looks like NYCFC’s Tommy McNamara got away with a hook, no penalty call.

David Villa ripped Felipe’s shorts off… literally.

Here’s the goal by Red Bulls forward and leading goal scorer Bradley Wright-Phillips.

Bradley Wright- Phillips with his tenth goal of the season puts the Red Bulls up 1-0!
NYCFC midfielder Frank Lampard with a beautiful chance to score saved by Red Bulls goalkeeper Luis Robles.

City Retirement Home… Clever…

Red Bulls Starting Lineup

NYCFC Starting Lineup


Massive Brawl before the Hudson River Derby game, Yikes!

Some stats and facts prior to the game:

ESNY staff reports.