NYC has teams in every major league—so sports are always in season. Whether you're traveling from across the sea and want to see the Yankees/Red Sox rivalry up close or you work across town and just want to decide which game to catch tonight, this is the place to keep tabs on the City's pro squads. Happy rooting!
Select a team below to see their season schedule:
New York Yankees
Cheer Derek Jeter and the 27-time World Series champs in the Bronx at the new Yankee Stadium.
New York Mets
Come out to Citi Field in Flushing, Queens, and watch David Wright and the rest of the Amazins.
New York Red Bulls
Watching the City's Major League Soccer franchise play is always a kick—and in 2011, they host the MLS All-Star Game at their new stadium.
New York Giants
Catch Eli Manning and Big Blue at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ—just minutes from Manhattan.
New York Jets
Rex Ryan's brash squad is one of the NFL's most exciting teams. After a couple of deep playoff runs, Darrelle Revis, Mark Sanchez and company are thinking big.
New York Rangers
It's always a memorable experience to see the Blueshirts on the Madison Square Garden ice.
New York Knicks
The Knicks' illustrious past has helped make Madison Square Garden the World's Most Famous Arena. This year, under coach Mike D'Antoni, they write another exciting chapter of that history.
Deron Williams and company plan a move to Brooklyn in 2012; now, you can see them across the river at the Prudential Center.
New York Liberty
Cheer on the Libs—NYC’s women’s professional basketball team—as they hit the hardwood against their WNBA rivals.
The minor league Cyclones inspire major love from their fans, who carry on Brooklyn's rich baseball history.
Staten Island Yankees
These Yankees prospects take on their New York–Penn League foes in St. George at Richmond County Bank Ballpark.