New York Red Bulls U-23

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New York Red Bulls U-23
Full name New York Red Bulls U-23
Nickname(s) Little Reds
Founded 2009
Stadium Red Bull Training Facility
Hanover, New Jersey
Ground Capacity 1,000
Owner Red Bull GmbH
Head Coach Simon Nee
League Premier Development League
2015 1st, Mid-Atlantic Division
Playoffs: Championship Final
Current season

The New York Red Bulls U-23 is an American soccer team based in Harrison, New Jersey, United States. Founded in 2009, the team plays in the USL PDL, a national amateur league at the fourth tier of the American Soccer Pyramid. It is part of the official development academy of Major League Soccer's New York Red Bulls.

The team plays its home games in the stadium at the Red Bull Training Facility in Hanover, New Jersey. The team's colors are red, blue and white.



The New York Red Bulls U-23 team was formed in 2009 by Major League Soccer team New York Red Bulls. The team is the senior club in the New York Red Bulls Academy system.

The New York Red Bulls U-23 first entered National Premier Soccer League play in 2010. In its first season, the team finished first in the Atlantic Conference, but lost to FC Sonic Lehigh Valley in the playoffs.


After a perfect 12-0 regular season, New York Red Bulls U-23 defeated two Northeast Region opponents to earn their spot in the NPSL Final Four. A 2-0 victory over Lansing United in the semifinals earned a place in the NPSL Final, where they defeated Chattanooga FC 3-1 at Red Bull Arena.


Year Division League Regular Season W-D-L Playoffs Open Cup
2010 4 NPSL 1st, Atlantic 10-1-1 Atlantic Conference Final Did not enter
2011 4 NPSL 3rd, Atlantic 4-3-3 Did not qualify Did not enter
2012 4 NPSL 1st, Atlantic 11-0-1 Atlantic Conference Final Did not enter
2013 4 NPSL 2nd, Atlantic 7-2-1 Northeast Region Semifinals First Round
2014 4 NPSL 1st, North Atlantic 12-0-0 NPSL Champions Second Round
2015 4 PDL 1st, Mid Atlantic 9-3-2 Championship Final Did not enter



Head coaches

  • United States Bob Montgomery (2010–2012)
  • England Simon Nee (2013–2014)
  • United States Rob Elliott (2015–Present)



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