Red Bull Arena (Harrison, NJ)

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INFO Red Bull Arena is a soccer stadium located in New Jersey and functions as the primary field for the New York Red Bulls soccer team. Since its opening in 2010, sporting events at the Red Bull Arena have included the 2010... ... read more

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    Harrison, NJ
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    600 Cape May Street
    Harrison, NJ 07029

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Red Bull Arena Opening - March 20, 2010 - Grand Finale Pyrotechnics - RBNY v. Santos FC
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Red Bull Arena (Harrison, NJ) Information

Red Bull Arena (Harrison, NJ) - Arena in New York.

Red Bull Arena is a soccer stadium located in New Jersey and functions as the primary field for the New York Red Bulls soccer team.

Since its opening in 2010, sporting events at the Red Bull Arena have included the 2010 Churchill Cup finals, the 2011 MLS All Star Game, and a number of international soccer games as well as high school and college soccer matches.

While Red Bull Arena is primarily a soccer stadium, the venue began hosting concerts in 2011 when Dispatch performed.

The soccer stadium has a capacity of 25,000, offers 30 luxury suites, and has three club rooms that are available for private parties.

The way the seating at Red Bull Arena is designed puts front row fans as close as 21 feet away from the field, making for an unparalleled experience.

Red Bull Arena (Harrison, NJ) User Reviews

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Fun if you come with your friends.
Juliano W. May 7, 2013
I came to their first game when it first opened up which I believe was Brazil vs Red Bulls and it was pretty fun since I live by Harrison. For those who don't live in Harrison, the PATH station is conveniently a few blocks down. The seating was not too bad. During the ending of the game I made my way all the way down to the closer floor seats to watch the fireworks show and had no problem. No one made us move or hassled us. Prices were what you would expect from an arena so no surprise there.
Hidden Gem on the New York Sports Scene
Terence M. Mar 30, 2013
In a city that boasts venues that are tagged with names like "The Cathedral of Baseball" and "The World's Most Famous Arena" it is easy for a New York sports fan to overlook a small soccer arena in Harrison, New Jersey. After all, it's in some town in Jersey you've never heard of, and who watches soccer that isn't the World Cup anyway? But Red Bull Arena, home of NYC's Major League Soccer franchise is a worthwhile change in pace and sports culture. After taking an easy PATH train via the red line to the Harrison Station it's just a five minute walk to the arena. There are no bars along the way, but if you crave a buzz head down Frank E. Rodgers Boulevard over the bridge into Newark's Ironbound section for a few Coronitas and some authentic Portuguese food. Where you sit in the arena depends on what kind of fun you want to have. You can sit behind the opposing goalkeeper with the "Viking Army," the boisterous Red Bull supporters club who stand and chant for the ENTIRE game with a zeal you thought only existed in Europe. If you are with your sweetheart or just want your voicebox to be intact for tomorrow you can sit along the sidelines or in the upper bowl for a cozier environment. RBA is an open-air stadium, but one of its cool features is a lip around the outer brim that protects all spectators from any rain. The New York brand makes the Red Bulls a popular destination for free agent players. As a result the Red Bulls usually have an exciting, competitive team. French superstar Thierry Henry has anchored the club since 2010 and really is a pleasure to watch. For the 2013 campaign RBNY added the Brazilian wizard Juninho to the ranks. If you like a winner then you'll like this team. If you aren't feeling the monolithic atmosphere or wallet-burning nature of Yankee Stadium or MSG, make Red Bull Arena your next stop when you want to see a sport live. The real beauty is that the schedule runs from March-September. So pick a game in July or August, on one of those soft summer nights when the temperature is just right at 7pm. Get a cheap ticket on stubhub and you will be surprised by a blissful experience with everything from the leisurely commute to the aesthetic pleasure of Thierry Henry goal. No long lines for the bathroom. No chaotic mass exodus at the end of the game. You might just be a member of the Viking Army before you know it.
Cool, stripped-down stadium
Chris K. Nov 20, 2012
Unlike any of the baseball or football stadiums around New York City, Red Bull Arena isn't overloaded with unneccessary giant screens or gross neon advertisements boring Coca Cola logo-shaped holes into your retina. What you will find is an old-school soccer arena with a few food stands and merch stalls that hosts some of the more dedicated sports fans in the tri-state area. No matter what game you're watching, you're sure to find hordes of hardcore footie fans ready to mimic their more famous Euro counterparts and hoot, holler, and stomp their way through ninety minutes of excitement. Definitely a fun place to go, even for the uninitiated soccer fan.
Awesome Stadium
Bryan A. Oct 5, 2012
I'm not the biggest "Futbol" fan in the world, but going to see the NY Redbull play at their stadium was a great experience. I sat in the fan section with a bunch of friends, it got real rowdy, real fast. But with a few beers in hand it made for a fantastic time. I'm used to going to basketball and football games where you are typically quite distanced from the action, however, Red Bull Stadium is awesome because it has a really intimate environment which allows you to get involved in the game unlike any other sporting event I've ever experienced.
Go Metrostars! I mean, Redbull!
Samuel H. Sep 29, 2012
Finally! The New York MLS team, NY Redbull, has its own stadium. If you didn't know, they used to play at Giants Stadium in the Meadowlands. Not only do they have their own stadium, but it is also a beautiful one. Located in the middle of Newark, everything in the stadium is brand new, and the seats have started to fill up. When I went to a game here I was fortunate enough to be going with a Season ticket holder so we were seated in the third row at center field. It was pretty spectacular. All in all, if you are a soccer fan, I would highly recommend checking out Red Bull Arena.
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