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NY Red Bulls Head Out West For The 2022 Pre-Season

photo by Matt Kremkau

As the 2022 Major League Soccer regular season draws closer the team has opted to head to California to prepare their players for the preseason.

The team will begin their 2022 preseason at IMG Academy for ten days starting on January 19, and then continue to train in California for two weeks in February (7 - 19) to compete in the Coachella Valla Invitational, hosted by LA Galaxy.

New York has already begun this year’s preseason on Sunday with the first official training and will stay in New Jersey until Wednesday. The Red Bulls will travel South to train at IMG Academy for 10 days, which includes two scrimmages. New York will have an exhibition match against Florida Gulf Coast University on January 22 and then conclude with the Under-20 United States Men’s National Team on January 29.

The Red Bulls will then return to New Jersey for one week before flying out to California for two weeks. In California, New York is slated to play in the Coachella Valley Invitational at Empire Polo Club in Indio. The Red Bulls are scheduled to play D.C. United on February 10, LA Galaxy on February 13, and LAFC on February 19.

New York will remain in California following camp in preparation for their season-opening match against San Jose on February 26.

PRESEASON SCHEDULE

At IMG Academy (January 19-29)
vs. Florida Gulf Coast University (Jan. 22)
vs. U-20 USMNT (Jan. 29)

California Camp/Coachella Valley Invitational (Feb. 7-19)
vs. D.C. United (Feb. 10)
vs. LA Galaxy (Feb. 13)
vs. LAFC (Feb. 19)

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