New York Cosmos

28 July 2017
Soccer's most iconic player, revered from South America to Europe, from the USA to Africa ... it’s O Rei – the king himself:
Franz Beckenbauer
28 July 2017
The German bestrode European soccer like an elegant colossus, redefining what a defender could do and winning it all for club and country.
Anthony Gruppuso-USA TODAY Sports
19 January 2017
Checks and balances, pragmatism: Interim commissioner Rishi Sehgal tells FourFourTwo about the league's plans to move forward.
Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports
4 December 2016
The Cosmos might be done, again, and the future of the NASL hangs in the balance. Richard Farley takes stock of the chaos:
SHARES
14 November 2016
Cosmos' triumph is third in four years
3 November 2016
The Big Apple (and the nearby Garden State) is no stranger to spectacles. New York soccer expert Michael Lewis looks at the area's best moments in the sport through the years:
Anthony Gruppuso-USA TODAY Sports
2 November 2016
At least three of the current NASL teams will play in a different league in 2017, and the flagship Cosmos are dealing with stadium and attendance issues. Still, they put in their best season in the club's modern era, Christian Araos writes:
Andy Marlin-USA TODAY Sports
6 July 2016
In part five of Graham Parker's journey through the U.S. Open Cup, the Cosmos continue their quest to be New York's last team standings. Follow the journey with #442CupTied.
Photo by Graham Parker
20 June 2016
In part four of Graham Parker's journey through the U.S. Open Cup, he catches up with a familiar face on the less recognized side of the New York soccer wars. Follow the journey with #442CupTied.
Photo Courtesy NASL/Trevor Ruszkowski
1 June 2016
An unpredictable five-horse race is now a four-horse race in the NASL's homestretch, but the New York Cosmos are in control again. Wes Burdine paints the scene.

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