The mayor and other dignitaries announced that New York City FC’s 25,000-seat stadium will open in Willets Point in 2027
In a live webinar the politician stated that with "the redevelopment of Willets Point" that "we’re going to have some announcements going on with...New York [City] Football Club"
The decision to play a "home" game in Harrison was unpopular with season ticket holders and fans
The club plays better on the road than they do in Harrison
Mayor Eric Adams might be about to voice support for a soccer-specific stadium in Queens, but New York City FC want to stay in the Bronx
The choice is yours: Should New York City FC build a new soccer-specific stadium in Queens or the Bronx, or renovate Ichan Stadium on Randall’s Island?
The New York Post reports that the mayor supports a proposal to build a 25,000-seat soccer specific stadium near Citi Field
The Outfield publishes fresh details on Harlem River Yards site, sets up New York City fans for more disappointment
Desperate fans notice recent Associate Partners of NYCFC are in construction, contracting, and concrete
MLB schedule changes forces stadium-less NYCFC to play in New Jersey
Win the MLS Cup or a home to call your own? You decide
Exclusive interview with NYCFC CEO Brad Sims discusses the stadium, fan expectations, and why you don't negotiate real estate through the media
NYCFC’s majority owners are ready to commit over half a billion dollars into securing a new stadium
The Yankees president said on Forbes SportsMoney that the next two months are key to NYCFC’s stadium hopes
The arrival of a living legend could be the bargaining chip City needs to finally get a home of their own
After months of needing to ground share with the Red Bulls in Jersey, the Boys in Blue will spend the remainder of the 2020 season back home in the South Bronx
The Boys in Blue could return to normal home this Fall
The Blues will call New Jersey home for Phase 1 of the MLS’s return to play
With Yankee Stadium unavailable, club representatives are attempting to keep City in New York
Don’t expect the Blues to be back in the Bronx any time soon
Having to play a "home" game in a rival club’s stadium has been met with serious backlash by fan of NYCFC. And the SG’s have spoken.
According to the New York Times, NYCFC’s 7-year journey to procure a stadium on the Five Boroughs may be nearing a close