New York Red Bulls
Established in October 1994, the New York Red Bulls are based in Harrison, New Jersey, a suburb in Newark just 23 miles away from New York. The Red Bulls compete in the MLS - Major League Soccer - where they are a part of the Eastern Conference. They were originally known as the New York/New Jersey MetroStars when they competed in the first season of Major League Soccer in America. In 2006, the club was bought by Red Bull, and they were rebranded accordingly to become the New York Red Bulls.
The Red Bulls play at Red Bull Arena, a stadium with 25,000 capacity - the third largest stadium specifically made for soccer in the US.
The New York/New Jersey MetroStars were billed for big things from their opening season, but have failed to lift the MLS cup thus far in the leagues relatively short history. One of the more bizarre periods of the club’s history was when they had reportedly signed Brazilian international superstars Juninho and Tulio in 1996 in the MLS draft. Juninho at the time was a 23 year old attacking midfielder dominating in the Premier League for Middlesbrough, whilst Tulio was a 21 year old many also were excited to believe was the Brazilian international superstar. The players were waived just 21 days after the draft on March 25th 1996, when it was revealed that both players were a case of mistaken identity. Juninho was actually revealed to be Edivaldo Sarafim da Silva Júnior, whilst the identity of Tulio never was revealed - as he simply never appeared in New Jersey.
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New York Jets
The New York Jets are a professional American football team based in East Rutherford, New Jersey and host home games at the MetLife Stadium as part of their unique sharing agreement with the Giants. The Jets headquarters are found in Florham Park, New Jersey. The Jets differ from Giants in the fact that they compete in the Eastern Division of the American Football Conference, rather than the National Football Conference.
The Jets were originally known as the Titans of New York, an original member of the American Football League. The first two stadiums they played at - Polo Grounds and Shea Stadium, were actually based in New York, before they moved to the Meadowlands Sports Complex in 1984 - 14 years after they joined the NFL as part of the AFL-NFL merger.
The Jets lone Super Bowl win came in Super Bowl III - a time where the AFL and NFL’s would play off before they were put into conferences after the merger in 1970. The Jets would beat the more fancied Colts 16-7, but have never since returned to the Super Bowl - the second longest appearance drought after the Detroit Lions.
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New York Giants
The New York Giants are based in New Jersey but like the New York Red Bulls and Jets, their name refers to the metropolitan area of New York rather than their home state. The Giants play in the National Football League, and have been apart of the National Football Conference (NFC), and the eastern division since 1970. Their home ground, the MetLife Stadium which fan hold 82,500 fans, is located in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The Giants have an agreement in place with the Jets to share this stadium, which is the only case of this in the NFL. The Clippers and Lakers sharing the Staples Centre is the only other agreement in the United States where two teams in the same league share one facility.
The Giants have won four Super Bowls, with their last triumph occuring in 2011.