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time New York Red Bulls roster

This list comprises all players who have participated in at least one league match for the New York Red Bulls (formerly known as the MetroStars) since the team's first Major League Soccer season in 1996. Players who were on the roster but never played a first team game are not listed; players who appeared for the team in other competitions (US Open Cup, CONCACAF Champions League, etc.) but never actually made an MLS appearance are noted at the bottom of the page.

A "†" denotes players who only appeared in a single match.

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Miscellaneous

  • Alex Dixon never played in a league match, but appeared in three Copa Merconorte matches.
  • Irving Garcia never appeared in a league match, but appeared in Open Cup matches.
  • John Gilkerson never played in a league match, but started for the first 45 minutes of an Open Cup match.
  • Gordon Kljestan never appeared in a league match, but played 45 minutes as a substitute in an Open Cup match.
  • David Roth never appeared in a league match, but played 27 minutes as a substitute in an Open Cup match.

Notes

  1. ^ Born in the United States, Laventure chose to represent Haiti, the country of his parents, internationally.
  2. ^ a b Born in the mainland United States or elsewhere, but elected to represent Puerto Rico internationally on the basis of residency or ancestry.
  3. ^ Born in the United States, Ziadie chose to represent Jamaica, the country of his parents, internationally.

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