NYCFC Firmly Cements Itself As Walking Joke With Worst Championship Banner Reveal Ever

If you’re a fan of New York City FC you’ve had a rough past week trying to avoid being made fun. First, NYCFC held a “home” game in front of 1,000s of opposing fans. Now an embarrassing and flat out awful NYCFC championship banner reveal has all of Major League Soccer laughing at the club again.

NYCFC Playing A ‘Home’ Game In Front Of Thousands Of Opposing Fans Shows MLS Still Has A Ways To Go

New York City FC played a home game in the Concacaf Champions League on Tuesday in front of over 15,000 fans. Too bad most fans were there for the visiting Guatemalan team and not New York.

NYCFC defeated Comunicaciones 3-1 in a solid performance, however the fan situation was a brutal reminder that Major League Soccer is not yet where it needs to be. Take a look at the crowd’s reaction when the visitors equalized in the 60th minute.

He Turned 14, Then He Became The Youngest MLS Player Ever On The Same Day

Freddy Adu held the record as the youngest MLS player ever for 18 years before Axel Kei broke his mark in January. Kei held the record for about six weeks. 

MLS champion NYCFC announced the signing of Maximo Carrizo to a Homegrown contract on Monday, which just happened to be Carrizo’s 14th birthday. The deal makes him two weeks younger than Real Salt Lake’s Kei to become the youngest MLS player ever. 

Chicharito Delivers 90th-Minute Game-Winner On Douglas Costa's LA Galaxy Debut

MLS's opening weekend took center stage Sunday with a massive clash on ESPN between the league's most decorated club, LA Galaxy, and reigning Cup champion NYCFC. The match served as a debut for Brazilian star Douglas Costa, but it was Javier "Chicharito" Hernández who stole the show with a 90th minute winner.

27th MLS Season Begins With NYCFC Aiming For Repeat

New York City FC will need to step up their play from last season if they hopes to repeat as MLS Cup champions, head coach Ronny Deila said ahead of the start of the new campaign this weekend.

NYCFC were road warriors during last year's playoffs, winning three consecutive games in hostile environments including a penalty shootout victory over Portland in the Cup Final to claim the franchise's first trophy.

But as the North American league kicks of its 27th season more competitive than ever and with a new team in Charlotte, nothing will come easy.

Cruz Azul And Seattle Sounders Join The Party: These Are The 2022 CCL Quarterfinal Games

After solid performances in their homes, Cruz Azul and Seattle Sounders got the last two tickets for the 2022 Concacaf Champions League's quarterfinals round on Thursday night. 

Cruz Azul vs. Forge FC Highlights

La Máquina didn't go full steam against the Canadian team, but the 3-1 (4-1 aggregate) was enough to show they are one of the stronger candidates to lift the trophy. 

MLS Opening Weekend Is Here: The Standout Storylines And Matches To Follow

Following the addition of expansion side Charlotte FC, Major League Soccer's opening weekend features all 28 teams in action with nine matches on Saturday, Feb. 26, and five on Sunday, Feb. 27.

MLS opening day 2022 has one match on FOX (Portland vs. New England) and one streamed on Twitter (LAFC vs. Colorado — also on Univision and TUDN), and play also takes center stage across the nation Sunday with one game on FS1 (Atlanta vs. Kansas City) and one on ESPN (LA Galaxy vs. NYCFC). 

Magic Does Exist As NYCFC Player Hits The Bottom And Top Of Crossbar With Same Shot

Science is still searching for answers after a shocking incident Tuesday night when New York City FC’s Maxi Moralez took a shot that managed to hit the bottom and top of the crossbar. Top scientists around the world have no answers for how Mr. Moralez managed to pull off this wizardry.

CONCACAF Champions League Starts At An 11 And Takes It To A 15 REAL QUICK

Valentín Castellanos scored two first-half goals as New York City FC rolled to a 2-0 win over Santos de Guápiles in first-round action of the CONCACAF Champions League on Tuesday in San Jose, Costa Rica.

The contest was the opener of a two-game, total-goal series. The second leg is scheduled for Feb. 23 at Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles.

Castellanos put the visitors on top in the fifth minute when he fired a penalty kick into the left side of the net.