U.S. Soccer

U.S. MNT Earns First Victory Against Czech Republic to Open New World Cup Cycle

PRAGUE, Czech Republic (Sept. 3, 2014) – Midfielder Alejandro Bedoya scored a 39th-minute goal, Nick Rimando made four saves in the second half and the U.S. Men’s National Team earned a 1-0 victory against the Czech Republic at Generali Arena. It was the USA’s first victory against the Czech Republic.

The match also represented the first of a new cycle, with the USA’s long-term sights set on the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.

Bedoya, who played in all four matches at the 2014 FIFA World Cup, garnered his second goal with the U.S. MNT. Rimando and first-half goalkeeper Brad Guzan shared time in the net, with Guzan earning the 12th victory of his MNT career.

USA head coach Jurgen Klinsmann’s young roster earned valuable international experience as three players made their MNT debuts: Joe Gyau with the start and Greg Garza and Emerson Hyndman as second-half subs. Gyau played the full 90 minutes. Julian Green, who scored a goal against Belgium in this year’s World Cup, earned his first U.S. MNT start.

Goal Scoring Rundown:
USA – Alejandro Bedoya (unassisted), 39th minute: Czech Republic midfielder Vladimir Darida lost the ball in the midfield on Peter Cech’s distribution and Mix Diskerud pounced on it to start the U.S. attack. Diskerud worked the ball just inside the box, shot from 17 yards out and Cech made the initial save to his left. The rebound popped out to Bedoya, who slotted it past Czech Republic defender Michal Kadlec into the open net. USA 1, CZE 0 (SEE GOAL) (FINAL)

Key Saves and Defensive Stops:
CZE – Petr Cech, 17th minute: USA forward Joe Gyau, who made his MNT debut Wednesday, created the first legitimate scoring chance for either side by fending off Czech Republic midfielder Petr Jiracek and shooting with his right foot from outside the box. The rolling shot was headed to the right side of the frame, but Cech had no issues crouching over the ball for the game’s first save.

USA – John Brooks, 20th minute: Czech Republic midfielder Vaclav Pilar swung the ball to the left side to teammate Ladislav Krejci. Krejci had open space to cross a dangerous ball back across the edge of the six-yard box. Brooks alertly intercepted with a sliding, left-legged stop as the USA eventually cleared.

USA – Brad Guzan, 26th minute: Vaclav Pilar shot left-footed from about 20 yards out with the intention of finding the right side of the goal, but Guzan dove to his left and secured easily for his only save as he split time in goal with Nick Rimando.

USA – Nick Rimando, 60th minute: Czech Republic captain Tomas Rosicky’s suave chip over the USA defense landed perfectly to Ladislav Krejci on the left side of the box, and Krejci fired toward the far left post. Rimando reacted quickly with a left-footed save.

USA – Nick Rimando, 65th minute: Shortly after a mad scramble where the ball ricocheted between a pair of USA defenders, the Czech Republic had one more solid crack at the goal as Vladimir Darida fired from close range in the middle of the box. Rimando batted away Darida’s strike at the near right post to maintain the one-goal lead.

USA – Nick Rimando, 85th and 89th minutes: The Czech Republic continued to linger around the net, but Rimando come up big twice more down the stretch. In the 85th minute, Rimando turned away a right-footed shot by Radim Reznik that he played on a short hop. Then in the 89th minute, Rimando adjusted his body to deflect a close-range shot by Daniel Pudil.

Milestone Watch:

  • Brad Guzan earned his 12th victory. He ranks fifth on the USA’s all-time wins list.

Next on the Schedule:
The U.S. MNT hosts Ecuador at 7 p.m. ET on Friday, Oct. 10, at Rentschler Field in East Hartford, Connecticut, followed by a match against Honduras at 8 p.m. ET on Tuesday, Oct. 14, at FAU Stadium in Boca Raton, Florida.
Broadcast information: Oct. 10 – ESPN, WatchESPN and ESPN Deportes Radio; Oct. 14 – ESPN, WatchESPN, UniMas and ESPN Deportes Radio
Social: Twitter (@ussoccer; @ussoccer_esp); Facebook; Instagram
Tickets: Oct. 10 vs. Ecuador ; Oct. 14 vs. Honduras

Additional Notes:

  • The USA is now 6-3-2 in 2014.
  • The U.S. MNT is now 1-3-0 all-time against the Czech Republic and former Czechoslovakia.
  • U.S. head coach Jurgen Klinsmann’s starting lineup featured Brad Guzan in goal and a defensive line of left back Timmy Chandler, right back Fabian Johnson and center backs John Brooks and Michael Orozco.
  • The midfield in the USA’s 4-3-3 formation featured Joe Corona, Mix Diskerud and Alejandro Bedoya.
  • The front line included Julian Green, Jozy Altidore and Joe Gyau from left to right.
  • To open the second half, Klinsmann brought in Tim Ream for Orozco and goalkeeper Nick Rimando replaced Guzan.
  • In the 63rd minute, Greg Garza made his MNT debut, replacing Chandler. Alfredo Morales earned his second cap and first appearance of 2014 when he entered for Diskerud. Brek Shea made his 27th appearance and second of the year, replacing Corona.
  • In the 67th minute, Emerson Hyndman earned his first cap when he replaced USA goal scorer Bedoya.
  • Altidore wore the captain’s armband. The U.S. MNT is now 2-0-0 in games with Altidore as the captain. His other match with the armband was the USA’s thrilling 3-2 victory against Panama on Oct. 15, 2013, to cap off the Hexagonal.
  • Gyau made his U.S. MNT debut and first start, following in the footsteps of his father Philip who earned six caps with the USA from 1989-91.
  • Green earned his first start and fourth cap.
  • Guzan made his second appearance of the year after splitting time with Tim Howard during a 2-1 victory against Turkey on June 1 in Harrison, New Jersey. Guzan now has 26 caps in his career.
  • Corona and Orozco made their first appearances of 2014. Both players now have 12 international appearances under their belt.
  • Ream earned his eighth cap and made his first appearance since USA’s 1-0 loss to Ecuador on Oct. 11, 2011.
  • The USA’s starting lineup featured eight players who represented the USA at the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil. Five players saw time on the pitch during the tournament – Altidore, Bedoya, Brooks, Green and Johnson, who played in all four matches.
  • Johnson earned his 27th cap and his ninth of the year. His nine caps tie for the team lead with Matt Besler and Graham Zusi.
  • The USA is now 33-13-9 all-time under Klinsmann.

-U.S. Men’s National Team Match Report-

Match: U.S. Men’s National Team vs. Czech Republic
Date: Sept. 3, 2014
Competition: International Friendly
Venue: Generali Arena; Prague, Czech Republic
Kickoff: 2:15 p.m. ET
Attendance: 12,642
Weather: 62 degrees, partly cloudy

Scoring Summary: 1 2 F
USA                        1 0 1
CZE                         0 0 0

USA – Alejandro Bedoya              39th minute

Lineups:
USA: 12-Brad Guzan (22-Nick Rimando, 46); 23-Fabian Johnson, 4-Michael Orozco (5-Tim Ream, 46), 6-John Brooks, 21-Timmy Chandler (3-Greg Garza, 63); 11-Alejandro Bedoya (8-Emerson Hyndman, 67), 15-Joe Corona (13-Brek Shea, 63), 10-Mix Diskerud (2-Alfredo Morales, 63); 7-Joe Gyau, 17-Jozy Altidore (capt.), 16-Julian Green
Substitutions Not Used: 9-Jordan Morris, 14-Rubio Rubin, 18-Bobby Wood
Head coach: Jurgen Klinsmann

CZE: 1-Petr Cech; 2-Pavel Kaderabek (17-Radim Reznik, 46), 5-Vaclav Prochazka, 3-Michal Kadlec, 8-David Limbersky; 22-Vladimir Darida (9-Borek Dockal, 79), 19-Petr Jiracek (13-Lukas Vacha, 46), 10-Tomas Rosicky (capt.); 6-Vaclav Pilar (12-Milan Petrzela, 46), 7-Ladislav Krejci (11-Daniel Pudil, 69), 20-Matej Vydra (14-Daniel Kolár, 46)
Substitutions Not Used: 4-Marek Suchy, 15-Ondrej Mazuch, 16-Tomás Vaclik, 18-Tomas Horava, 21-Josef Sural, 23-David Bicík
Head coach: Pavel Vrba

Stats Summary: USA / CZE
Shots: 7 / 10
Shots on Goal: 5 / 5
Saves: 5 / 4
Corner Kicks: 4 / 5
Fouls: 8 / 5
Offside: 1 / 4

Misconduct Summary:
USA – Alfredo Morales (caution)              90th+1 minute

Officials:
Referee: István Vad (HUN)
Assistant Referee 1: Róbert Kispál (HUN)
Assistant Referee 2: Vencel Tóth (HUN)
Fourth Official: Petr Blažej (CZE)

Budweiser Man of the Match: Alejandro Bedoya

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MNT Sep 3, 2014

-U.S. Men’s National Team Match Report-

Match: U.S. Men’s National Team vs. Czech Republic
Date: Sept. 3, 2014
Competition: International Friendly
Venue: Generali Arena; Prague, Czech Republic
Kickoff: 2:15 p.m. ET
Attendance: 12,642
Weather: 62 degrees, partly cloudy

Scoring Summary: 1 2 F
USA                        1 0 1
CZE                         0 0 0

USA – Alejandro Bedoya              39th minute

Lineups:
USA: 12-Brad Guzan (22-Nick Rimando, 46); 23-Fabian Johnson, 4-Michael Orozco (5-Tim Ream, 46), 6-John Brooks, 21-Timmy Chandler (3-Greg Garza, 63); 11-Alejandro Bedoya (8-Emerson Hyndman, 67), 15-Joe Corona (13-Brek Shea, 63), 10-Mix Diskerud (2-Alfredo Morales, 63); 7-Joe Gyau, 17-Jozy Altidore (capt.), 16-Julian Green
Substitutions Not Used: 9-Jordan Morris, 14-Rubio Rubin, 18-Bobby Wood
Head coach: Jurgen Klinsmann

CZE: 1-Petr Cech; 2-Pavel Kaderabek (17-Radim Reznik, 46), 5-Vaclav Prochazka, 3-Michal Kadlec, 8-David Limbersky; 22-Vladimir Darida (9-Borek Dockal, 79), 19-Petr Jiracek (13-Lukas Vacha, 46), 10-Tomas Rosicky (capt.); 6-Vaclav Pilar (12-Milan Petrzela, 46), 7-Ladislav Krejci (11-Daniel Pudil, 69), 20-Matej Vydra (14-Daniel Kolár, 46)
Substitutions Not Used: 4-Marek Suchy, 15-Ondrej Mazuch, 16-Tomás Vaclik, 18-Tomas Horava, 21-Josef Sural, 23-David Bicík
Head coach: Pavel Vrba

Stats Summary: USA / CZE
Shots: 7 / 10
Shots on Goal: 5 / 5
Saves: 5 / 4
Corner Kicks: 4 / 5
Fouls: 8 / 5
Offside: 1 / 4

Misconduct Summary:
USA – Alfredo Morales (caution)              90th+1 minute

Officials:
Referee: István Vad (HUN)
Assistant Referee 1: Róbert Kispál (HUN)
Assistant Referee 2: Vencel Tóth (HUN)
Fourth Official: Petr Blažej (CZE)

Budweiser Man of the Match: Alejandro Bedoya

GALLERY: U-17 MNT Takes Down Jamaica 5-0 in First Match of CONCACAF Championship

Photos from the U.S. Under-17 Men's National Team's 5-0 win against Jamaica in its opening match of the 2017 CONCACAF U-17 Championship. The U-17 MNT used a barrage of second half goals from Chris Durkin, Timothy Weah, Josh Sargent and a late brace from Ayo Akinola to earn a dominating victory. Next, the U-17's face rival Mexico in their second group stage match of the CONCACAF Championship on Wednesday, April 26 at 6:30 p.m. ET (UDN, CONCACAF YouTube). 

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U-17 MNT Apr 25, 2017

U-17 MNT Prepared for Rivalry Clash vs. Mexico

In approaching the 2017 CONCACAF U-17 Championship, U.S. Under-17 Men’s National Team head coach John Hackworth has underlined the importance of not looking too far ahead, preferring to keep his side singularly focused on the next game.

The mental tactic worked in Sunday’s opener as the U-17 MNT worked through the scorching afternoon sun to earn a 5-0 win against Jamaica in the tournament opener. As the players walked out of the humid conditions and into the tunnel at Estadio Maracaná in Panama City they passed by Wednesday’s opponents and longtime rival Mexico, quickly shifting their mentality from the joy of winning to preparing for the next match (6:30 p.m. ET Wednesday - UDN and CONCACAF YouTube).

“We were leaving the field and they were entering and you could already sense that there was that bit of animosity,” said Hackworth. “There was a sense already that, ‘Hey, it’s going to be on soon.’”

“Looking into their eyes, they’re looking back at us and it wasn’t very friendly,” U-17 MNT goalkeeper Justin Garces said of the encounter after earning the clean sheet vs. Jamaica. “They were focused on their game, but you could tell there’s a lot of tension between us.”

The brief encounter wasn’t the first meeting between the two U-17 sides during this cycle, having previously met last August in the group finale of the Torneo de Naciones in Mexico City.

Going in, a win for either team would have seen them crowned champions of the four-nation competition and the U.S. jumped out to an early lead through Ayo Akinola in the second minute. Mexico responded with two goals before halftime, but Arturo Vasquez leveled things at 2-2 three minutes after the break.

From there, Hackworth admitted, “the game got away from us,” as Mexico scored three unanswered goals to go up 5-2 by the 79th. George Acosta’s 89th minute penalty kick seemed a small consolation, but then Mexico’s Alexis Gutierrez converted a minute later to close the scoring at 6-3.

“Full credit to Mexico and they are a very good team, but I think we’ve improved since then and this game at this point is very important to both teams because it sets us up for going through to the next stage,” said Hackworth.  

Following the USA’s 5-0 defeat of Jamaica, Mexico earned a 6-0 victory against El Salvador, meaning that if Jamaica and El Salvador draw in Wednesday’s first match, the winner of the USA-Mexico game would already clinch their berth in the Classification Stage.

2017 CONCACAF U-17 Championship Group C Standings

TEAM

GP

W

L

D

Pts.

GF

GA

GD

Mexico

1

1

0

0

3

6

0

+6

USA

1

1

0

0

3

5

0

+5

Jamaica

1

0

1

0

0

0

5

-5

El Salvador

1

0

1

0

0

0

6

-6

Even if the first game doesn’t end deadlocked, Wednesday night’s winner would be a safe bet to advance, moving one step closer to the FIFA U-17 World Cup in India.

Of course, there are bragging rights on the line as well.

Even though U-17 players on both sides haven’t experienced as much of the rivalry between the two nations on the field, Sunday’s short encounter in the stadium tunnel clearly showed they still feel and know what it means.

“The game at the senior level brings so many emotions,” U-17 MNT midfielder George Acosta (pictured above) said. “It’s a tough game, the crowd is going crazy, there’s so many fans and people going against each other that they’re basically trying to fight for their lives on that field.”

“I’ve played against Mexico once, but I feel like I’m getting a taste for the rivalry myself,” added Garces. “The passion I have for my country and going to Mexico, I know it’s always going to be a tough battle in each game. I feel it’s good for me to start getting this rivalry feeling now so it’ll help me in the future.”

Having led two previous U-17 MNT sides through the CONCACAF qualifying process, Hackworth’s tried and true process of staying focused comes with the acknowledgement that Wednesday’s clash brings a little extra flair for his players.

“We still take it one game at a time, but you can’t discount the fact that it is Mexico,” he said. “Whenever you play them at any level it is the rivalry. You have to understand how that game alone is going to become much more than just your average game.”

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U-17 MNT Apr 25, 2017

WNT Rewind: Rapinoe, Seattle Win Big at Home; Ertz Scores First Goal for Chicago

The NWSL season is now well underway but Week 2 featured four low-scoring games plus an outburst from Seattle, which almost out-scored the rest of the league combined. The other nine teams combined for six goals in three 1-0 wins and a 1-1 tie while Seattle put five past Houston before allowing a late goal in the 5-1 victory at home. In Europe, the first legs of the UEFA Women’s Champions League semifinals commenced with Alex Morgan’s Olympique Lyonnais defeating Carli Lloyd’s Manchester City by a 3-1 score in Manchester.

The other big news of the weekend was the NWSL announcement that brand new, state-of-the art Orlando City Stadium will host the NWSL Championship Game on October 14, 2017.

NWSL

Chicago Red Stars vs. Kansas City (1-0 Chicago; Goal: Ertz)
She may have a new name this season but Julie Ertz (formerly Julie Johnston) still has the same game, and that includes a talent for scoring an impressive goal on occasion. Playing in the center midfield – a positon she played in college and early in her Youth Women’s National Team career, Ertz tallied her first goal of the season, and first for Chicago, in front of her home crowd. She timed her run perfectly to sweep home a cross from Sofia Huerta in the 41st minute past former WNT goalkeeper Nicole Barnhart, who proved tough to beat all afternoon. The goal stood as the game-winner in 1-0 victory for the Red Stars which earned its first points of 2017. Christen Press missed a penalty kick in the 49th minute that would have made it 2-0.

FC Kansas City had several chances in stoppage time, but was unable to break through the Red Stars defense and goalkeeper Alyssa Naeher, who recorded three saves in the game.

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WNT Apr 24, 2017

Five Things You Should Know About the DFB-Pokal Semifinals

The DFB-Pokal Semifinals take place in Germany this week, and both games will have potential involvement from U.S. Men’s National Team players.

Here are five things you should know about the German Cup.

A bonus fact to begin: the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup, the equivalent tournament in the United States, actually began competition 22 years before in 1913!

The History

Founded in 1935 as the "Tshammer-Pokal", the knockout competition was originally named after the highest ranking sports official in the Third Reich, Hans von Tschammer. FC Nürnberg took the first title, and the tournament ran for eight seasons before being suspended in 1944 due to World War II.

Following the collapse of the Nazi regime, the cup restarted in the 1952-53 season and was renamed the “DFB-Pokal” after the German Football Association (Deutscher Fußball-Bund).

Rot-Weiss Essen were the first winners of the newly-named competition, which has run uninterrupted ever since. Additionally, there was an East German Cup that ran from 1949-1991, but following the fall of the Berlin Wall, the league and cup competitions merged in 1991-92 as part of German reunification. 

Bayern Munich won the tournament for the first time in 1957 and unsurprisingly have been the most dominant, lifting the trophy 18 times (including three out of the last four years). They are followed by Werder Bremen (six), Schalke (five) and FC Köln, FC Nünrberg and Eintracht Frankfurt (four each).

Anyway, wonder what the actual trophy looks like? See below from the competition's official Twitter account:

The Format

Not unlike the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup or English FA Cup, the tournament is a straight knockout competition. A field of 64 features all 36 clubs from the top two divisions of German football. The top four finishers in the third division also automatically qualify, while 21 slots are given to cup winners from the regional associations, and the remaining three places are awarded to the regions with the most men’s teams -- currently Bavaria, Lower Saxony and Westphalia.

The competition begins in mid-August, a week before the first division campaign kicks off. The first two rounds are drawn so that first and second division teams face clubs from lower leagues, but from the third round all the way through to the semifinals the draw is conducted from just one pot, with any third division or amateur team automatically receiving a home match if drawn against a professional side.

MNT History in DFB-Pokal

U.S. Men's National Team midfielder Thomas Dooley with Kaiserslautern

While the list of U.S. Men’s National Team players with experience playing for clubs in Germany is long, only four have played in the DFB-Pokal Semifinals and only one has lifted the trophy.

Though he hadn’t yet played for the MNT at the time, future captain Thomas Dooley (pictured above) featured in the 1989/90 semifinal and scored the lone goal for Kaiserslautern in their 1-0 victory against Kickers Offenbach. Dooley then went on the play in the final – a 3-0 victory against Werder Bremen on May 19, 1990.

Since then, three MNT players have appeared in the semifinals. Claudio Reyna played for Wolfsburg in their 1-0 defeat to Werder Bremen in the 1998-99 competition, Jermaine Jones was a substitute for Eintracht Frankfurt as they defeated Arminia Bielefeld 1-0 in the 2005-06 tournament, and most recently John Brooks appeared in Hertha Berlin’s 3-0 defeat to Borussia Dortmund in 2015-16.

2016-17 Tournament

Seven MNT players have taken part in the current competition, with four finding the back of the net. Though Hamburg was eliminated by Borussia Mönchengladbach in the quarterfinals, Bobby Wood’s four goals have him tied for second among the tournament’s leading scorers, just one behind Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski.

Here’s how MNT players have performed thus far:

PLAYER

CLUB

GP/GOALS

FINISH

John Brooks

Hertha Berlin

3/0

Round of 16

Timmy Chandler

Eintracht Frankfurt

4/0

Semifinalist

Julian Green

Bayern Munich*

2/1

--

Fabian Johnson

Borussia Mönchengladbach

3/1

Semifinalist

Alfredo Morales

Ingolstadt

1/0

Second Round

Christian Pulisic

Borussia Dortmund

2/1

Semifinalist

Bobby Wood

Hamburg

4/4

Quarterfinals

*Julian Green played for Bayern Munich before transferring to Stuttgart in December

As the semifinals approach this week, three clubs featuring U.S. MNT players are still alive: Borussia Dortmund (Christian Pulisic), Eintracht Frankfurt (Timmy Chandler) and Borussia Mönchengladbach (Fabian Johnson), though Johnson is unlikely to feature due to a continuing hamstring injury he suffered last month.  

How to Watch the Semifinals

On Tuesday, April 25, Chandler and Eintracht Frankfurt visit Borussia Mönchengladbach at 2:45 p.m. ET, with the match being shown live on ESPN3 and WatchESPN.

The following day, Pulisic and Borussia Dortmund head to the Allianz Arena in a rematch of last year’s final which saw Bayern Munich crowned champions after a shootout victory against BVB. That match will be carried at 2:45 p.m. ET on ESPN2. 

The winners will face off in the final on May 27 at the Olympiastadion in Berlin.

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MNT Apr 24, 2017

Additional Tickets On Sale for USA-Trinidad & Tobago, Presented by Liberty Mutual Insurance

CHICAGO (April 24, 2017) – Due to high demand, U.S. Soccer is adding additional seating for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifier between the U.S. Men’s National Team and Trinidad & Tobago, presented by Liberty Mutual Insurance.

Bleacher seats are being added at the North Endline and other feasible spaces at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, which will host the match on June 8 at 5:50 p.m. MT (FS1, Univision Networks). Tickets will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis through ussoccer.com starting Tuesday, April 25, at 10 a.m. MT. Individuals can purchase a maximum of four (4) tickets. [TICKETS]

As was the case for previous matches this year, U.S. Soccer will be utilizing mobile tickets for the event.

Beyond the newly-added seats, a small number of tickets remain available currently for the Midfield & Sideline Tables, as well as some limited-view seating. In addition, Ultimate Fan Tickets (special VIP packages that include a premium ticket, a custom-made official U.S. National Team jersey with name and number, VIP access to the field before the game, and other unique benefits) are available exclusively through ussoccer.com.

Coaches Circle and Presidents Circle members supporting the U.S. Soccer Development Fund can receive individual customer support and concierge services for their ticketing needs. Click here or contact circles@ussoccer.org for more information.

The Hyatt Place Denver/Downtown will serve as the official FanHQ Hotel and is designated as the premier accommodation spot for fans looking to get the most out of the USA-Trinidad & Tobago experience. The hotel is the hub for activities, including a hotel bar takeover, merchandise sales and game day shuttle pick-up location. To make a reservation at the Official FanHQ Hotel, click here.

Enjoy pregame at the U.S. Soccer Fan Hospitality Tailgate in FanHQ for USA vs. Trinidad & Tobago on Thursday, June 8. Located in the VIP East Lot, across from Gate D, the Fan Hospitality Tailgate will be open from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. and include food, drinks and music! Click here to purchase your Fan Hospitality Tailgate pass.

DSG Park is hosting a World Cup Qualifier for the third-consecutive qualifying cycle. The U.S. has posted two shutout victories, including the famous Snowclasico in 2013 against Costa Rica. Overall, the United States is 4-1-0 all-time in the state of Colorado.

Now sitting in fourth place after four matches, the home game against T&T presents a huge opportunity to #Get3 points and maintain momentum at the halfway point of the six-team Final Round of World Cup Qualifying, also known as the Hexagonal. Three days later, the MNT will seek to win a Qualifier in Mexico City for the first time when they take on regional rival Mexico at the famed Estadio Azteca. [HEX STANDINGS]

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MNT Apr 24, 2017
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