September 13, 2022 – National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) – NJ/NY Gotham FC News Release
Harrison, NJ – NJ/NY Gotham FC and Red Bull Arena have reached an agreement for Gotham FC to play home matches at the arena with this multiyear deal.
“Gotham FC has been a tremendous partner and we are thrilled that they will continue to call Red Bull Arena their home,” said Marc de Grandpré, General Manager, New York Red Bulls. “They continue to make an impact on the growth of soccer in the Tri-State area and we are proud to support them.”
In celebration of this extended partnership, NJ/NY Gotham FC and New York Red Bulls are offering a combo ticket package for both club’s Fan Appreciation Night matches this October. As part of a $59 bundle, you can see Gotham FC vs. the Portland Thorns on Saturday, Oct. 1, and Red Bulls vs. Charlotte FC on Sunday, Oct. 9 – both at home at Red Bull Arena. Ticket packages can be purchased here.
“Red Bull Arena is a world-class soccer venue that offers our players and fans one of the best gameday experiences in the country,” said Ed Nalbandian, Managing Owner, Gotham FC. “We’re extremely thankful to the Red Bull organization for their continued partnership and I look forward to continuing to work together to grow our shared soccer community.”
Located in Harrison, NJ Red Bull Arena is one of the premier soccer-specific venues in North America. The venue has hosted numerous international events, including the U.S. Women’s and Men’s National Teams, an MLS All-Star Game against Manchester United, and high-profile clubs such as Chelsea, Manchester City, Real Madrid, and Barcelona.
“Calling an award-winning venue home helps establish Gotham FC as a premier destination in the National Women’s Soccer League,” said Yael Averbuch West, General Manager, Gotham FC. “Over the past two seasons, our fans and the Red Bulls club have helped transform Red Bull Arena into Gotham FC’s home on matchday. I’m excited for our clubs to continue to work together and find ways to deliver the best gameday experience possible.”
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