Option declined following 2019 season.
A creative central midfielder who moved from France to the US at age 21 to play college soccer, Bezecourt has risen from the NPSL to the USL and now to the Red Bulls' senior MLS side. He had a promising start to his first season with the Red Bulls, starting five of the nine MLS matches he appeared in, tallying his first career multi-assist match against Portland in the season opener and scoring his first goal in a 4-0 romp of NYCFC in the fourth round of the US Open Cup before season-ending surgery to his right MCL on August 31.
OUTSIDE MLS: Bezecourt played for the NPSL's Brooklyn Italians in 2015 before signing with New York Red Bulls II after a trial with the senior team in 2016. Played 18 regular season games for Red Bulls II, totaling six goals and two assists in 2016, before following up with two goals and three assists in the USL Playoffs as he appeared in all four of the team's games. Had a USL-leading eight assists to go with six goals in 2017 before signing with the senior team.
COLLEGE: Played two seasons (2014-15) at St. Francis College in Brooklyn, where he played in 38 games and totaled 10 goals and nine assists.