I-95 soccer rivalries

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There are several soccer rivalries between teams located in cities along Interstate 95. Often referred to individually as the I-95 derby there are several I-95 soccer rivalries. Any game between a team based along this highway can colloquially be referenced as an I-95 derby.

Teams based along I-95[edit]

Division Team(s)
Major League Soccer D.C. United; New England Revolution; New York City FC; New York Red Bulls; Philadelphia Union.
North American Soccer League New York Cosmos; Jacksonville Armada FC.
United Soccer League New York Red Bulls II; Richmond Kickers.

Major I-95 derbies[edit]

Some of the most heated rivalries are between clubs that are geographically close together, or clubs that play in the same league, including:

Other I-95 derbies[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Panizo, Franco. "New York Red Bulls' Andy Roxburgh says impending rivalry with New York City FC a good thing".
  2. ^ Lewis, Brian. "New York Soccer Rivalry Already Brewing". New York Post. NYPost.com.
  3. ^ Prince-Wright, Joe. "New York City FC, Red Bulls rivalry heating up already".
  4. ^ Wine II, Donald. "The Shertz-Gemmell Cup is the right name for the DC-Philadelphia rivalry". Black and Red United. SB Nation. Retrieved May 14, 2016.
  5. ^ Stubbs, Roman (June 19, 2015). "D.C. United, New England Revolution set to add another chapter to rich rivalry". The Washington Post. WashingtonPost.com. Retrieved August 31, 2015.
  6. ^ "Story Stream: Philadelphia Union vs. D.C. United news, updates, and highlights". The Brotherly Game. SB Nation. Retrieved August 31, 2015.
  7. ^ "Revs, Red Bull renew I-95 rivalry". Fox News. May 2013.

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