New York City FC (NYCFC) is the first and only Major League Soccer team
located within the five boroughs of New York City. Majority owned by
City Football Group, New York City FC plays its home games at Yankee Stadium,
which is also home to minority owner, the New York Yankees. Coached and
captained by FIFA World Cup winners' Patrick Vieira (France) and
David Villa (Spain) respectively, NYCFC is truly the beautiful game's reflection
of the world's greatest city.
New York City FC: World Class Soccer at Yankee Stadium
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New York City FC and New York Yankees
As partners, NYCFC and the Yankees have teamed up on several initiatives. Watch NYCFC's Captain David Villa meet Didi Gregorious at NYCFC's training session and take part in a Yankee game.
To celebrate his contract renewal, Villa also threw the first pitch at a Yankees game last year. Watch video below.
About New York City Football Club
New York City Football Club is an American professional soccer team based in New York City that competes in Major League Soccer (MLS) in the Eastern Conference of the league. It was announced as the League's 20th franchise on 21 May 2013 and is the first and only MLS Club located within the five boroughs of New York City. Majority owned by City Football Group, New York City FC plays its home games at Yankee Stadium, which is also home to minority owner, the New York Yankees.
New York City FC kicked off its inaugural MLS season in March 2015 and has former US National Team captain Claudio Reyna as its Sporting Director and former World Cup winner Patrick Vieira as its coach. In November 2016, construction began on New York City FC's elite First Team training facility featuring one and a half grass fields, team offices and medical and welfare facilities. The facility was opened for the 2018 MLS season; design of the facility was overseen by New York based architect Rafael Viñoly, who designed the training facilities for New York City FC's sister Clubs Manchester City FC and Melbourne City FC.