Cosmos celebrate their win in PKs [Photo: Steve Hamlin/TICC]
The New York Cosmos claimed their third NASL title of the reboot Era and their eighth NASL title overall on Sunday night, playing a scoreless match through extra time. Penalties were required and the Cosmos prevailed 4-2. Continue reading →
The New York Cosmos defeated Rayo OKC 2-1, coming back from a first half deficit to win the match and the right to host the NASL Final at Belson Stadium next week. Venezuelan power was in full effect as Juan Arango and Yohandry Orozco got the goals to advance New York to the title match. Continue reading →
JC Banks (L) and Jimmy Mulligan [Photo: Minnesota United]
The New York Cosmos defeated Minnesota United 1-0, getting a goal from an unexpected contributor and a shutout from Jimmy Maurer. With the loss, Minnesota United’s time in the NASL comes to an end as they move on to MLS. Continue reading →
Yohandry Orozco celebrates a goal [Photo: Eytan Calderon/TICC]
The New York Cosmos remained undefeated at home, handing Miami FC a 4-0 drubbing behind goals from Jairo Arrieta, Juan Arango, a brace from Yohandry Orozco, and a shutout from Brian Holt. The win also set a Modern Era NASL record for an unbeaten streak at home with 19 games, breaking their previous record of 18. Continue reading →
Thomas Stewart and Jimmy Ockford chase a ball [Photo: Steve Kingsman/Freestyle Photography]
The New York Cosmos found an equalizer to salvage a road point in Ottawa after a mostly lackluster performance against the Fury. The valuable road point moves them slightly closer to the Fall and Combined titles, but the result did not come without a price.
The New York Cosmos fell to the Indy Eleven 3-0 behind goals from Justin Braun, Eamon Zayed, and Dylan Mares. The loss ended a nine-game unbeaten streak for the Cosmos and was the fifth time this season the Cosmos were shut out. Continue reading →
Head Coach Giovanni Savarese, Carlos Mendes and the Mendes family celebrate his 100th match as a Cosmos (Photo: Steve Hamlin/TICC)
The Cosmos were held to just their second draw of the season at home as they were held scoreless by FC Edmonton.
The match held added significance for the club as Carlos Mendes, the captain, became the first Cosmos player to achieve 100 appearances for his club (between NASL regular-season, post-season, and US Open Cup action). Mendes was also awarded Man of the Match honors. Continue reading →