After a week off, the Cosmos are set for their next challenge: current NASL leaders Jacksonville Armada. The Armada enter the match unbeaten in their last three while the Cosmos come off the bye after a win in Miami. Continue reading
The Cosmos have had an underwhelming two-game performance so far to kick off the 2017 season. A disappointing draw in Puerto Rico and a humbling home loss to Miami have set the tone to open up the season. In neither game was New York able to register a shot on goal and a series of defensive mistakes cost them dearly last weekend.
New York’s challenge will be to figure out their defensive issues and attacking options while traveling to face the side who issued them one of their worst home losses. Continue reading
The remaining questions can be put to bed for a day. The New York Cosmos will play their first competitive match since the club nearly expired for the second time in its history. And despite an impressive lineup, they will face a determined Puerto Rico FC that has something to prove. Continue reading
The NASL Championship Final might not be contested in a venue befitting the crown jewel match of the American second division, but it will still be battled as if it were when the Indy Eleven arrive at Belson Stadium tomorrow.
With Indy getting the better of the Cosmos in the season series (2-0-1), the Cosmos will look to have the last laugh and the right to hoist the Soccer Bowl trophy. Continue reading
For the fourth time in 2016, the New York Cosmos and Rayo OKC are set to do battle after concluding the season series in a draw (1-1-1). There’s plenty of narratives to this showdown that exist outside the simple metrics, though. Continue reading
The Cosmos are currently riding several hot streaks at the midpoint of the fall season. A three-game winning streak, a five-game unbeaten streak, and a 14-game unbeaten streak at home are all currently active for New York. And they will put them all on the line tonight when they take on the team that issued them their first loss of the season and snatched away the 2016 Spring title from them: the Indy Eleven. Continue reading
The Carolina RailHawks travel to New York to face the Cosmos for the first time since their loss in Shuart Stadium on May 1st. The last encounter between the two not only gave Carolina its first loss of the season, but put an end to the four-game winning streak they opened their season with and began the seven-game winless streak that continued into the fall. Continue reading
For the Rowdies, looking to push for a spot in the postseason for the first time since 2012, they look to prove that they can win consistently on the road. They’ve won only twice on the road this season (one better than last year), but one of those wins came up in Minnesota. They’ll look to overcome their history in New York in the Modern Era on Saturday evening.
For the Cosmos, who have been dismal on the road and dropped their first points at home last week with a draw against Rayo, they seek to regain their winning ways at home and stay in the hunt for the fall title behind Indy and Edmonton. Continue reading
if you’ve been following the reports coming out of Rayo OKC, there’s a lot uncertainty revolving around the expansion side. Continue reading
Another three midweek games on the docket tonight as some teams are looking to maintain their position in the table, while others just want to stay in the race. Continue reading