New York Red Bulls II

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New York Red Bulls II
Red Bull New York II.png
Founded January 21, 2015; 17 months ago (January 21, 2015)[1]
Stadium Red Bull Arena
Stadium
capacity
25,189
Owner Red Bull GmbH
Sporting Director Ali Curtis
Head Coach John Wolyniec
League USL
2015 4th, Eastern Conference
Playoffs: Conference Semifinals
Website Club home page
Current season

The New York Red Bulls II is the New York Red Bulls reserve team that plays in the United Soccer League, the third tier of the American soccer pyramid.

History[edit]

The New York Red Bulls II were founded on January 21, 2015, when the New York Red Bulls acquired the rights to start a USL club. Red Bulls II competes in the third tier of American soccer and serves as a reserve side for the first team as well as a developmental stage for young prospects and academy players. The club follows in the footsteps of many MLS clubs who created USL sides to help promote youth development throughout the nation. [2]

It was announced on March 2, 2015, that former Metrostars and Red Bulls player, John Wolyniec would be the club's new head coach. Wolyniec previously served as an assistant coach to the senior team and the academy. Former Red Bulls defender, Ibrahim Sekagya will also serve on his coaching staff. [3]

On March 19, 2015, the club announced the signing of their first ever player, and former academy standout, Tyler Adams.[4] Following their first signing, the club's first roster consisted of senior team players who were loaned down, draft picks, academy players and local trialists. [5] A week later, on March 28, the club played in their inaugural match, drawing 0-0 against the Rochester Rhinos. [6] Senior team loanee, Anatole Abang scored the club's first ever goal in a 4-1 victory against Toronto FC II, marking the first victory in club history. [7]

After spending the majority of the 2015 and 2016 season playing at Red Bull Arena, the club announced on May 10, 2016 that their new home field would be at Montclair State University's Pittser Soccer Complex starting in 2017. [8]

Team records[edit]

Overall records[edit]

As of July 24, 2016
Season United Soccer League Play-offs US Open Cup Top Scorer
P W L D GF GA Pts Position Player Goals
2015 28 12 10 6 46 45 42 4th (East) Conference Semifinals 2R Cameroon Marius Obekop 6
2016 19 12 2 5 33 15 41 2nd (East) TBD United States Brandon Allen 8
  • As of the 2016 season, MLS reserve sides are not allowed to compete in the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup.

Head Coaches Record[edit]

As of July 24, 2016
  • Includes USL Regular season, USL Play-offs and U.S. Lamar Hunt Open Cup
Name Nationality From To P W L D Win%
John Wolyniec  United States February 14, 2015 Present 51 25 14 12 49.02

Players[edit]

Current roster[edit]

NYRB II inaugural match March 28, 2015
Manosalvas and Tsonis March 28, 2015

As of July 15, 2016.[9]

No. Position Player Nation
4 Midfielder Adams, TylerTyler Adams (on loan from New York Red Bulls)     United States
7 Midfielder Etienne, DerrickDerrick Etienne (on loan from New York Red Bulls)     Haiti
9 Forward Abang, AnatoleAnatole Abang (on loan from New York Red Bulls)     Cameroon
17 Defender Carroll, ZachZach Carroll      United States
18 Goalkeeper Meara, RyanRyan Meara (on loan from New York Red Bulls)     United States
19 Forward Muyl, AlexAlex Muyl (on loan from New York Red Bulls)     United States
20 Defender Bilyeu, JustinJustin Bilyeu (on loan from New York Red Bulls)     United States
21 Forward Allen, BrandonBrandon Allen (on loan from New York Red Bulls)     United States
27 Midfielder Davis, SeanSean Davis (on loan from New York Red Bulls)     United States
29 Forward Bonomo, StefanoStefano Bonomo      United States
33 Defender Long, AaronAaron Long      United States
34 Defender Deeds, MasonMason Deeds      United States
36 Midfielder Metzger, DanDan Metzger      United States
37 Midfielder Najem, DavidDavid Najem      United States
39 Defender Schmoll, TimTim Schmoll       Switzerland
41 Midfielder Plewa, KonradKonrad Plewa      Poland
44 Forward Saramago, BrianBrian Saramago      United States
45 Midfielder Simpara, ZoumanaZoumana Simpara      Mali
47 Midfielder Valot, FlorianFlorian Valot      France
66 Defender Powder, NoahNoah Powder      Trinidad and Tobago
74 Goalkeeper Díaz, RafaelRafael Díaz      Dominican Republic
77 Forward Flemmings, JuniorJunior Flemmings      Jamaica
80 Midfielder Williams, DevonDevon Williams      Jamaica
88 Midfielder Bezecourt, VincentVincent Bezecourt      France

All-time top goalscorers[edit]

As of July 23, 2016 (All competitive matches):

Name Period Goals [10]
1 United States Brandon Allen 2016– 8
2 Cameroon Anatole Abang 2015– 7
United States Stefano Bonomo 2015–
3 Cameroon Marius Obekop 2015 6
4 Haiti Derrick Etienne 2015– 5
Jamaica Junior Flemmings 2016–
United States Manolo Sanchez 2015
United States Chris Tsonis 2015
5 Colombia Dan Bedoya 2015 4
Germany Leo Stolz 2015

Bold signifies current Red Bulls II player

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Red Bulls announce USL Pro team". New York Red Bulls. Retrieved January 21, 2015. 
  2. ^ "FINAL LOOK BACK: The Inaugural New York Red Bulls II season". RedBullsAcademy.com. 
  3. ^ "Red Bulls name John Wolyniec head coach of NYRB II". RedBullsAcademy.com. 
  4. ^ "Red Bulls II sign Academy product Tyler Adams". newyorkredbulls.com. Retrieved March 19, 2015. 
  5. ^ "New York Red Bulls II announce roster ahead of inaugural game". newyorkredbulls.com. Retrieved March 19, 2015. 
  6. ^ "MATCH RECAP: Red Bulls II 0, Rochester Rhinos, 0". newyorkredbulls.com. Retrieved March 19, 2015. 
  7. ^ "MATCH RECAP: Red Bulls II 4, Toronto FC II 1". newyorkredbulls.com. Retrieved April 4, 2015. 
  8. ^ "New York Red Bulls II Make Montclair State University Home; Remainder of 2016 USL Schedule to be played at Red Bull Arena". newyorkredbulls.com. Retrieved May 10, 2016. 
  9. ^ "Players". New York Red Bulls. Retrieved July 10, 2015. 
  10. ^ Includes United Soccer League, USL Playoffs, and U.S. Open Cup

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