Away Games

Real Salt Lake v NYCFC: Viewing Party

This Saturday, NYCFC look to build off the good momentum from last week as they travel to Real Salt Lake.

The Third Rail will be hosting a viewing party at Nevada Smith's from 9pm onwards. Here is the agenda

  • 9pm: Membership meeting and Q&A
  • 10pm: RSL v NYCFC

Let us know if you will be attending here

p.s. We will also have 50 Third Rail scarves on sale.

See you at Nevadas!

Game Day Details: NYCFC v New York Red Bulls

Over 1,000 NYCFC fans will be making the trek over to Harrison this Sunday
It's going to be an epic day so let's be prepared.

Meet-up plans:


  • Anytime before 3.30pm: Meet at Stout NYC (133 W33rd Street)
  • 3.30pm: Leaving to take PATH
  • 4.30pm: Tailgate at Gate C
  • 6.00pm: Head into stadium
  • 7.00pm: Kickoff

There will also be an NYCFC v NYRB Xbox competition at Nevada Smith's at 1pm for those interested to play before going to Stout. Third Rail members get a 50% discount when they use this code: PLTR50

DRIVING: People driving should park in the warehouse lot.  It is closest to Gate C.

BY PATH: We will be meeting at Stout NYC (133 W33rd Street).  We will be leaving at 3:30pm the latest.  We will then take the PATH train to RBA (Harrison Station).  We will then congregate in the lot adjacent to Gate C around 4:30.  BYOB!!!

Inspections of all drums, flags, banners and cowbells will be done in that lot at around 5:30pm. We will then head into the stadium at 6pm.  Drums will have to go in first.

p.s. Remember to wear LIGHT BLUE! No black away jerseys --- just light blue :)

Inside the Stadium: Please Read

See here for all the information about inside the stadium: Visiting Supporters Plan.


Please note that all fans in our sections will be held back from exiting for 10-15 minutes after the match as part of the security protocol. 

Ross Cranwell is the Director of Marketing. An Irish native, Ross has been living in NYC for over a year now and works in marketing for a tech company. Ross loves NYCFC, Serie A and plays pickup. Reach out to him on twitter to chat!

The Hudson Derby: Tickets Available

UPDATE: All away section tickets are sold out. Contact RBNY by phone to check if they have other tickets available and ask to sit near our section.


May 10th marks the date for the first New York derby (aka Hudson Derby).  

We have close to a 1000 tickets already sold for the away section with over 300 still available - and they are selling fast!

Join the Third Rail on this historic derby day and get your (cheap) tickets now.


Tickets are $20 dollars each and there is a service charge of $1.75 per ticket. You might notice they come up as $30 but when you enter your code and check out the ticket price comes down to $20.

Click the link below and create an account (this is separate from your NYCFC TicketMaster account) and enter the code THIRDRAIL to unlock the price and the section.

Let's fill them up! Tell everyone you know! You do not need to be a TR member to get in on this!! 

Chicago Fire Viewing Party

NYCFC go in search of a much needed win against Chicago and the Third Rail will be at Nevada Smith's to cheer them on.

Here are the details:

Our membership meeting will take place at 7pm, but feel free to arrive any time before that to get a seat and to grab a few drinks.

Also, the Players Lounge is offering all 2015 Third Rail members a special offer extending open bar two hours.  The offer is $30 from 7pm-1am.  Please visit this link for more details.

As always, Third Rail members receive 10% off all drinks at Nevada Smiths and merchandise will be available for purchase.

For any questions, post them in the comments below.


Posted by Ross Cranwell 

Ross Cranwell is the Director of Marketing. An Irish native, Ross has been living in NYC for over a year now and works in marketing for a tech company. Ross loves NYCFC, Serie A and plays pickup. Reach out to him on twitter to chat!

Match Report: New York City Suffered Their Second Loss at the Hands of Philadelphia Union

The spectators at PPL Park were treated to beautiful weather and exciting soccer this past Sunday. Unfortunately, for NYCFC fans the result left something to be desired.

Philadelphia Union managed to find the back of the net in stoppage time to secure a 2-1 victory over NYCFC.

The Union’s Sebastien Le Toux managed to beat a tackle and get a few clean touches in the penalty area before passing the ball across the mouth of the goal. Eric Ayuk received the pass and took the shot but it deflected off the Union’s Zach Pfeffer before crossing the goal line in the 27th minute. It appeared that an equalizer would come a minute later when Adam Nemec finished a pass from David Villa but the ball was ruled out of bounds prior to the pass. With the exception of a few solid plays it was another case of poor first half performance from NYCFC.

NYCFC came out fighting in the second half. The team was clearly pressing harder and more efficiently. Unlike the first half, the midfield controlled the possession and turned it into meaningful attacks. David Villa displayed another one of his fantastic back heels off a pass from Mix Diskerud to start a sequence of passes that ended with him scoring in the 55th minute. Khiry Shelton, Adam Nemec and Josh Willams all had beautiful one touch passes to set up Villa close to the goal.

A draw felt inevitable as the match was coming to a close. The Union’s Vincent Nogueira apparently missed the draw memo and scored off a Josh Saunders punched ball in the 92nd minute.

With a poor first half performance from NYCFC a win would have been great but a draw would have felt acceptable. A loss, given the teams first half struggles in the past matches feels pretty rough. Hopefully, the team can nip their first half blues in the bud before it becomes a recurring issue.

NYCFC will have a chance to avenge the loss this Thursday at 7pm when they face the Union again at home.

As always, go NYCFC and Hail The Rail!

#Phillyaway Quick Details

As the big game in Philly approaches, here is some key information for the road trip.

  1. We are sitting in section 132 in the Stadium

  2. The bus for Philly leaves at 11am, so be there as early as possible.

  3. If you are driving down, park in Lot A and meet us in the Boat Launch Lot

  4. Tickets need to be picked up in person! The Eventbrite ticket is not your match ticket. You will not get into the stadium with the Eventbrite ticket.

    Tickets will be available for pickup at Nevada Smiths before 11am, in the bus parking lot before 3pm or at the River Gate Entrance after 3pm.

  5. After the match, go directly back to the bus. A Union liaison will escort is out of the stadium 15-20 min after the match ends.

For any other questions, post them in the comments below and we will try and get to them asap.

Get Live Video Updates from Philly

If you are not one of the 300 making the trip down to Philadelphia, you can still follow the action from the bus trip and around the stadium via our Periscope app. 

If you are unfamiliar with Periscope, it's an iOS app that allows you to broadcast live from your phone. If you don't have an iPhone or iPad, you can view it on your desktop.

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8 Reasons to Join the Third Rail in Philadelphia

For those who are on the fence about joining us in Philly for the next NYCFC game, we've compiled 8 reasons for you to hop on the bus with the Third Rail. #hailtherail

[ROAD TRIP] Join us in Philly

On April 11th, the Third Rail make their first supporters bus trip in the MLS. We want you there!

Our Board has organized a bus to take us from New York to Philadelphia for the game on Saturday of that week.

For pricing of tickets and the bus, check out our eventbrite page or register immediately below.