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New York Red Bulls U23s claim first championship
August 3rd, 2014 12:16AM

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[NPSL] The New York Red Bulls U23s won their first NPSL title with a 3-1 win over Chattanooga FC at Red Bull Arena on late goals by Joe Farrell and Sam Adjel.

Scott Thomsen had scored for the Red Bulls in the first half to even the score. Englishman Luke Winter scored the lone goal for Chattanooga but had to leave the game in the second half with an injury.

"It was a magical night," New York Red Bulls U-23s head coach Simon Nee said. "It made such a wonderful experience for the boys.  It really
wraps up a great season. We had a great group, a lot of quality and a lot of returning guys.  It was thoroughly earned; the boys worked really hard."

The defeat marked the third time Chattanooga FC has lost in the final.

NPSL Champions:
2003 Arizona Sahuaros
2004 Utah Salt Ratz
2005 Detroit Arsenal
2006 Sacramento Knights
2007 Southern California Fusion
2008 Pennsylvania Stoners
2009 Sonoma County Sol
2010 Sacramento Gold
2011 Jacksonville United
2012 FC Sonic
2013 RVA FC
2014 New York Red Bulls U-23


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