RED BULLS TO PLAY EXHIBITION VS. WEST POINT MONDAY

On Monday, March 29, the Red Bulls will play an exhibition match against the United States Military Academy at 1:30 pm at Clinton Field on the West Point Campus.  There will be a free post-game autograph session with the Black Knights and the Red Bulls, followed by a clinic with the Army men’s and women’s soccer teams at 4:30 p.m.  ITT Knight Vision subscribers will also have the opportunity to watch the exhibition via the live webcast.

Youth ages 18 and under are invited to participate in the clinic and receive free admission to the game. To register, contact Army Director of Marketing Elle Nichols by email (ellen.nichols@usma.edu) or by phone (845-938-0390).  Parking will be available in A and B Lots near Michie Stadium and a free shuttle bus will be provide service to Clinton Field. See the fliers at the top of the Army website page for more details.

This match, coming just two days after the MLS Opener against Chicago, will be a great opportunity for the Red Bulls roster depth to showcase themselves for the coaching staff.

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5 Responses to “RED BULLS TO PLAY EXHIBITION VS. WEST POINT MONDAY”

  1. cbw soldier Says:

    Hey Redbull Reader,

    Can you guys organize a March to the stadium like the sounders do? Coming in from Newark over the bridge would be awesome.

  2. Tim F. Says:

    Is Agudelo signed?

  3. Starks in Tampa Says:

    The March to teh stadium in Seattle is great I can only hope our march will get to that level. This is what will propell soccer into the mainstream in this country, passionate fans!

  4. cbw soldier Says:

    Aweseome, I hope it keeps growing bigger. What time was the march into the stadium? It would also be great if a march organized from the other side of Rodgers blvd (before or near Path Station) and meet in the middle and all go in from there. At a certain time, they really need to close off that entire street and only allow club/parking pass people through during game day. They were letting people in thinking parking was closer to stadium.

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