Fixtures

USA MLS 09/23 00:00 - New York Red Bulls v New York City FC - View
USA MLS 09/25 23:30 - New York City FC v New York Red Bulls - View
USA MLS 09/30 00:00 - Chicago Fire v New York City FC - View
USA MLS 10/03 16:00 - New York City FC v Nashville SC - View
USA MLS 10/20 23:30 - Atlanta United v New York City FC - View
USA MLS 10/23 23:30 - New York City FC v DC United - View

Results

USA MLS 09/18 23:30 - [25] FC Cincinnati v New York City FC [9] W 1-2
USA MLS 09/14 23:30 - [8] New York City FC v FC Dallas [21] D 3-3
USA MLS 09/11 23:00 - [1] New England Revolution v New York City FC [8] L 2-1
USA MLS 09/03 23:30 - [7] Nashville SC v New York City FC [8] L 3-1
USA MLS 08/28 23:30 - [9] New York City FC v New England Revolution [1] W 2-0
USA MLS 08/22 00:00 - [19] New York Red Bulls v New York City FC [7] - PPT.
USA MLS 08/18 23:30 - [9] Philadelphia Union v New York City FC [6] L 1-0
USA MLS 08/15 00:00 - [6] New York City FC v Inter Miami CF [25] W 2-0
Leagues Cup 08/12 02:55 3 New York City FC v Unam Pumas L 3-4
USA MLS 08/08 00:00 - [26] Toronto FC v New York City FC [8] D 2-2
USA MLS 08/05 00:00 - [13] Chicago Fire v New York City FC [4] D 0-0
USA MLS 07/30 23:30 - [6] New York City FC v Columbus Crew [5] W 4-1

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 38 19 19
Wins 17 12 5
Draws 9 3 6
Losses 12 4 8
Goals for 70 47 23
Goals against 49 19 30
Clean sheets 11 7 4
Failed to score 5 1 4

Wikipedia - New York City FC

The New York City Football Club is an American professional soccer club based in New York City that competes in Major League Soccer (MLS), the highest level of American soccer, as a member of the league's Eastern Conference. The club is owned by the City Football Group, which also owns the English soccer club Manchester City, and Yankee Global Enterprises, owners of the New York Yankees.

New York City played its first game in 2015, as the twentieth overall expansion team of the league; it is the first franchise to be based in the city, and the second in the New York metropolitan area, after the New York Red Bulls, with whom they contest the Hudson River Derby. Since 2015, the club have played primarily at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx.

Jason Kreis was appointed as the club's first coach, remaining for a single year prior to being replaced by Patrick Vieira. Vieira guided New York City to their first MLS Cup playoff appearance the following season, as well as a runner-up berth in the Supporters' Shield in 2017. Vieira's teams also set Major League Soccer records for the largest improvement in wins for a consecutive season.

Based on attendance from the 2019 regular season, New York City's attendance was ninth-largest in the league. In 2019, Forbes estimated the franchise was the seventh most valuable in MLS, worth over $385 million.