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Gallery: USA Topples Germany to Advance to World Cup Final

Photos from the #USWNT's victory against world No. 1-ranked Germany in the Semifinals of the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup. The USA will meet the winner of England/Japan in the World Cup Final on Sunday, July 5, at BC Place in Vancouver, Canada. The championship match kicks off at 7 p.m. ET/ 4 PT and will air live on FOX and Telemundo. 

Thousands of Fans Gather in Lincoln Park to Support WNT

While more than 50,000 packed Olympic Stadium on Tuesday night in Montreal, back at home, thousands of USA supporters came together at Fan HQ in Chicago's Lincoln Park to watch the #USWNT's 2-0 victory against Germany in the semifinals of the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup.  The event included various fan-focused activities with opportunities to purchase U.S. Soccer merchandise and food and beverages.  Supporters were able to catch FOX's live feed of the match on a giant 19-by-33 foot, high-definition screen.  Even Teddy Goalsevelt, made famous during the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, made an appearance to help cheer the WNT to victory!


Zusi Aims for Impactful Return to MNT

The USMNT was playing some pleasing soccer during their memorable run at the 2014 World Cup.  Having played a big role in Brazil last summer, Graham Zusi has been sidelined with a variety of injuries in the year since. After playing in 10 games for the U.S. in 2014, the Sporting Kansas City midfielder has yet to appear in a match for the USA in 2015. Now fully fit, Zusi is back in the mix with the MNT just in time for the year’s biggest undertaking, the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup.

“It feels fantastic to be back,” Zusi said. “It’s been a while since I’ve been in with the guys, and walking into the hotel and seeing some familiar faces was really nice. It’s been a little frustrating with a slew of injuries for the past six months, but I feel good now and it’s great to be back.”

The Orlando, Florida, native first made an impact on the international scene during the final round of qualifying in 2013, providing the killer strike against Panama that knocked the Central American nation out of running for a spot at the 2014 World Cup. 

Philadelphia, Orlando, Chicago and Houston Advance on Opening Night of 2015 U.S. Open Cup Round of 16

CHICAGO (June 30, 2015) – Some big performances highlighted the first night of the 2015 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Round of 16 as four Quarterfinal participants emerged.

Brazilian star Kaka scored in his U.S. Open Cup debut for Orlando City, 10-man Philadelphia Union pulled an impressive comeback, Mike Magee made a strong return for the Chicago Fire and Joe Willis stood tall for the Houston Dynamo.

The Round of 16 closes with four matches on Wednesday night all of which can be seen live on ussoccer.com. Quarterfinal dates and times will be announced Thursday morning July 2.

U.S. Soccer to Host Women's World Cup Viewing Party and FanHQ Event in Chicago's Lincoln Park

CHICAGO (June 30, 2015) – U.S. Soccer will host a U.S. Women’s National Team Viewing Party for the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup Final against the England-Japan winner on Sunday, July 5 in Chicago’s Lincoln Park.

With support from the Chicago Park District, U.S. Soccer will kick off the festivities at 3 p.m. with a FanHQ event in Lincoln Park near the intersection of Stockton Drive and LaSalle Drive, just south of the Lincoln Park Zoo.

FanHQ will include various fan-focused activities, while U.S. Soccer merchandise, along with food, soft drinks, beer and other beverages will be available for purchase.

The viewing party will feature FOX’s live feed of the match displayed on a giant 19-by-33 foot, high-definition screen. The game kicks off at 6 p.m. CT. The Final match against England or Japan will be played at BC Place in Vancouver, Canada. The events are free and open to the public. 

Last summer U.S. Soccer hosted four viewing parties with inspiring success. The last Viewing Party at Soldier Field drew over 28,000 fans to the lakefront park.

The U.S. qualified for the Final after winning its group – which included Australia, Sweden and Nigeria – and then defeating Colombia 2-0 in the Round of 16, China 1-0 in the Quarterfinals and Germany 2-0 in the Semifinals.

Media are invited to the event, and all media requests should be directed to Sinhue Mendoza at smendoza@ussoccer.org, O: (312) 528- 1237, M: (224)-715-0387 or Alex Prosperi Alexander.Prosperi@fleishman.com (847) 830-0284.  Television affiliates are invited for live shots at the park and parking instructions will be sent out at a later date. U.S. Soccer asks that if you are looking to park your TV truck to please inform us in advance because parking will likely be restricted.

The U.S. Soccer Federation is the governing body of soccer in all its forms in the United States.  U.S. Soccer has played an integral part in charting the course for the sport in the USA for more than 100 years.  U.S. Soccer is headquartered in two refurbished mansions in Chicago’s Prairie Avenue Historical District. Since dubbed U.S. Soccer House, on the corner of 18th Street and Prairie Avenue it now serves as the American home of the world’s most popular sport.

FanHQ Heads to Vancouver for Women’s World Cup Final

CHICAGO (June 30, 2015) – With the U.S. Women’s National Team advancing to the final of the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada, U.S. Soccer is bringing FanHQ back to Vancouver with events specifically planned for U.S. Soccer fans, as the team gets set to chase its third title.

FanHQ will bring together U.S. fans on Independence Day on Saturday July 4, to party the night before the grand finale between the USWNT and England/Japan, and again on matchday, Sunday, July 5, for a pre-game party.

Both events will feature music from DJ Spin Easy, a NYC DJ who brought his unique sets to FanHQ events earlier in Vancouver and Montreal, and in Brazil during the 2014 FIFA World Cup. He has opened up all over the world for Snoop Dogg, Akon, T-Pain, Ice Cube and others. 

Admission to both events is free. A limited number of RSVPs are available for guaranteed access. Walk-ups will be accommodated based on venue capacity. Food and drinks will be available to purchase. 

FanHQ Vancouver:

Night Before Party: July 4, 2015

  • WHERE: Commodore Ballroom || 868 Granville St. Vancouver, BC V6Z 1K3  
  • WHEN: 7 p.m.- 1 a.m. PT
  • ENTRY: FREE. Fans who RSVP will be guaranteed entry, all others will be admitted as capacity allows. 
  • ENTERTAINMENT: DJ Spin Easy
  • FOOD & BEVERAGE: Available for purchase 

Pre Match Party: July 5, 2015 

  • WHERE: Commodore Ballroom || 868 Granville St. Vancouver, BC V6Z 1K3  
  • WHEN: 11-3 p.m. PT
  • ENTRY: FREE. Fans who RSVP will be guaranteed entry. All others will be admitted as capacity allows. 
  • ENTERTAINMENT: DJ Spin Easy
  • FOOD & BEVERAGE: Available for purchase

For more details on FANHQ Vancouver, including RSVPs, visit to ussoccer.com/FanHQ


Selección Femenina Avanza a la Final de la Copa Mundial Femenina de la FIFA 2015

MONTREAL, Canadá (30 de junio, 2015) – Por cuarta vez en su historia, la Selección Femenina de Estados Unidos avanzó a la final de la Copa Mundial Femenina de la FIFA 2015. Un gol de penal de Carli Lloyd y el primer gol estadounidense de Kelley O’Hara impulsaron a EE.UU. a una victoria de 2-0 contra Alemania.

Estados Unidos espera conocer su rival en la final, en donde se enfrentará al ganador del partido entre Inglaterra y Japón que se llevará a cabo el miércoles, 1 de julio. La final está programada para el domingo, 5 de julio, a las 7 p.m. ET en BC Place en Vancouver, British Columbia.

La victoria en semifinales aumenta el registro de EE.UU. a 19-4-7 contra Alemania. El partido fue el cuarto entre ambas selecciones en torneos mundialistas—una victoria de 5-2 de EE.UU. el 27 de noviembre, 1991 en China, una victoria de 3-2 de EE.UU. el 1 de julio, 1999 en Maryland, y una victoria de 3-0 de Alemania el 5 de octubre, 2003 en Portland, Oregon.

En el minuto 59, Estados Unidos se vio en peligro cuando Julie Johnston derrumbó a Alexandra Popp en el área grande y la árbitro Teodora Albon apuntó al punto penal. Celia Sasic se perfiló para el tiro penal pero envió su disparo por el lado izquierdo de la portería. El 66vo gol de Lloyd cayó en el minuto 69, también por la vía penal, y Kelley O’Hara selló el marcador en el minuto 84.

Próximamente:
Estados Unidos se enfrentará al ganador de Japón/Inglaterra en la Final de la Copa Mundial Femenina de la FIFA el domingo, 5 de julio, a las 7 p.m. ET en BC Place en Vancouver.
Información de transmisión: FOX, Telemundo
Social: Twitter (@ussoccer_wnt, @ussoccer_esp); Facebook; Instagram

Resumen de Goles:
USA – Carli Lloyd (penal), minuto 69: Un pase fue enviado en el aire y Alex Morgan saltó para alcanzarlo, pero fue derrumbada por Annike Krahn. La defensa alemana fue amonestada y Estados Unidos fue otorgado un tiro penal. Carli Lloyd se concentró y con profesionalismo y poder hizo retumbar la red con su disparo. USA 1, GER 0

USA – Kelley O’Hara (Carli Lloyd), minuto 84: Una buena combinación en el lado derecho vio el balón pasar de los pies de Lauren Holiday a Abby Wambach, y luego para Meghan Klingenberg quien lo filtró para Lloyd. La mediocampista se lo llevó hacia la línea de gol, recortando el balón  hacia atrás en el último momento. Kelly O’Hara había seguido la jugada y saltó con el pie estirado, llegando perfectamente a tiempo para ganarle a su defensa e impulsar el balón adentro de la red. USA 2, GER 0. FINAL

Atajadas Claves y Paradas Defensivas:

GER – Nadine Angerer, minuto 7: Megan Rapinoe envió un tiro de esquina del lado izquierdo al primer poste. Allí estaba Julie Johnston, quien cabeceó peligrosamente, pero Nadine Angerer mostró sus reflejos y se tiró a tiempo para atajar el intento.

USA – Hope Solo, minuto 8: Alemania controló el balón por la banda derecha y un disparo de Alexandra Popp puso en alerta a Hope Solo, quien desvió el balón por arriba del travesaño.

GER – Nadine Angerer, minuto 15: Estados Unidos tenía el balón en el medio campo y Tobin Heath mandó un pase filtrado perfectamente detrás de la defensa de Alemania, en donde Alex Morgan usó su velocidad para penetrar la zaga. Morgan se encontró frente a frente con Angerer, quien mantuvo la calma y atajó el disparo con el pie derecho.

Notas Adicionales y En La Mira:

  • Carli Lloyd anotó el gol No. 66 de su carrera. El gol fue su cuarto en Copas Mundiales Femeninas y su tercero consecutivo del torneo actual.
  • Kelley O’Hara marcó su primer gol con la Selección Femenina de Estados Unidos, y su primero en una Copa Mundial Femenina de la FIFA.
  • Diez jugadoras de EE.UU. han anotado un gol en una Copa Mundial Femenina de la FIFA—Abby Wambach, Megan Rapinoe, Alex Morgan, Lloyd, Lauren Holiday, O’Hara, Heather O’Reilly, Lori Chalupny, Shannon Boxx y Christen Press.
  • Los 513 minutos sin conceder gol son un récord estadounidense en Copas Mundiales.
  • Cinco jugadoras estadounidenses han jugado los 540 minutos en lo que va del torneo—las defensas Julie Johnston, Meghan Klingenberg y Becky Sauerbrunn, la mediocampista Carli Lloyd y la portera Hope Solo.
  • Sauerbrunn es la única jugadora en la nómina que ha sido titular en todos los partidos de EE.UU este año. Tiene más minutos (1419) que ninguna otra jugadora en el equipo.
  • Hope Solo completó su partido No. 89 sin conceder gol contra Alemania. Fue el quinto partido en Copas Mundiales sin conceder gol para EE.UU. y su décimo en Copas Mundiales, lo cual la deja empatada con Briana Scurry.
  • La Selección Femenina tiene un registro de 33-4-5 en Copas Mundiales Femeninas de la FIFA, anotando 107 goles en 42 partidos, a comparación de 33 goles de sus rivales.

- Resumen de Juego de la Selección Femenina de Estados Unidos -

Encuentro: Selección Femenina de Estados Unidos vs. Alemania
Fecha: 30 de junio, 2015
Torneo: Copa Mundial Femenina de la FIFA 2015; Semifinal
Sede: Olympic Stadium; Montreal, Quebec
Inicio: 7 p.m. ET
Asistencia: 51,176
Clima: Bajo techo 

Resumen de anotaciones:     1          2          F
USA                                        0          2          2
GER                                       0          0          0 

USA – Carli Lloyd (penal)                 minuto 69
USA – Kelley O’Hara (Carli Lloyd)  84 

Alineaciones:

USA: 1-Hope Solo; 11-Ali Krieger, 4-Becky Sauerbrunn, 19-Julie Johnston, 22-Meghan Klingenberg; 12-Lauren Holiday, 14-Morgan Brian, 10-Carli Lloyd (capt.), 15-Megan Rapinoe (20-Abby Wambach, 80), 13-Alex Morgan (2-Sydney Leroux, 90+3), 17-Tobin Heath (5-Kelley O’Hara, 75)
Suplentes no utilizadas: 3-Christie Rampone, 6-Whitney Engen, 7-Shannon Boxx, 8-Amy Rodriguez, 9-Heather O’Reilly, 16-Lori Chalupny, 18-Ashlyn Harris, 21-Alyssa Naeher, 23-Christen Press
Directora Técnica: Jill Ellis 

GER: 1-Nadine Angerer (capt.); 4-Leonie Maier, 5-Annike Krahn, 3-Saskia Bartusiak, 22-Tabea Kemme; 6-Simone Laudehr, 20-Lena Goessling, 11-Anja Mittag (10-Dzsenifer Marozsan, 77), 16-Melanie Leupolz, 18-Alexandra Popp; 13-Celia Sasic
Suplentes no utilizadas: 2-Bianca Schmidt, 7-Melanie Behringer, 8-Pauline Bremer, 9-Lena Lotzen, 12-Almuth Schult, 14-Babett Peter, 15-Jennifer Cramer, 17-Josephine Henning, 19-Lena Petermann, 21-Laura Benkarth, 23-Sara Daebritz
Directora Técnico: Silvia Neid 

Resumen estadístico: USA / GER
Tiros: 12 / 15
Tiros al arco: 5 / 1
Atajadas: 1 / 3
Tiros de esquina: 8 / 4
Faltas: 10 / 11
Fueras de lugar: 1 / 1 

Resumen de penalidades:
GER - Leonie Maier (amonestación)                          minuto 36
USA – Becky Sauerbrunn (amonestación)                 38
USA – Julie Johnston (amonestación)                        59
GER – Annike Krahn (amonestación)                        69 

Árbitros:
Árbitro: Teodora Albon (ROU)
Árbitro Asistente 1: Petruta Iugulescu (ROU)
Árbitro Asistente 2: Maria Sukenikova (SVK)
Cuarto Oficial: Salome Di Iorio (ARG)

Jugadora del Partido Budweiser: Carli Lloyd

WNT Downs World No. 1 Germany 2-0 to Advance to 2015 World Cup Final

MONTREAL, Canada (June 30, 2015) – The U.S. Women’s National Team downed FIFA No.1-ranked Germany 2-0 at Olympic Stadium to advance to the Final of the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup. It will be the fourth World Cup final appearance for the USA.

The first half was a balanced affair with both teams pressing and having opportunities to get on the board yet neither was able to capitalize. In the second half, things got going when U.S. defender Julie Johnston was called for a foul inside the penalty box in the 59th minute for pulling down Alexandra Popp. Celia Sasic stepped up to take the penalty kick but missed wide left to keep the game scoreless.

Almost ten minutes later, Alex Morgan got fouled in the box and it was the USA’s turn to attempt a PK. Carli Lloyd confidently netted the shot to give the USA the lead before assisting on Kelley O’Hara’s 84th-minute strike – the first of her international career – to secure the U.S. win.  

Hope Solo and the USA back line continued to shut down opponents and has now kept a scoreless streak for 513 straight minutes (a span of more than five-and-a-half matches)  in this year’s World Cup, the longest clean sheet streak in U.S. World Cup history.

It was Solo’s 10th clean sheet in World Cup play, tying Brianna Scurry’s record for shutouts in World Cup competition. The 10 clean sheets in a World Cup are not only a U.S. record, but also a FIFA Women’s World Cup record.

The WNT will vie for its third Women’s World Cup title on Sunday, July 5 at 4 p.m. PT, when it takes on the winner of the other Semifinal between England and Japan, which will be determined tomorrow, at BC Place in Vancouver, Canada. The tournament Final will be broadcast live on FOX and Telemundo. Fans can also follow in-game updates on Twitter (@ussoccer_wnt and  @ussoccer_esp).

Goal Scoring Rundown:
USA – Carli Lloyd (penalty kick), 69th minute:
Germany’s Annike Khran was called for a foul against Alex Morgan in the box, prompting the referee to point to the penalty circle. Carli Lloyd stepped forward and sent former FIFA Women’s World Player of the Year Nadine Angerer the wrong way as she blasted her shot into the left side of the goal. USA 1, GER 0

USA – Kelley O’Hara (Carli Lloyd), 84th minute: Meghan Klingenberg played a great ball from th outside of the area to Carli Lloyd inside the right side of the Germany box. Lloyd made a strong move to the endline and played the ball across the face of goal where Kelley O’Hara tapped it in with her right foot to finish the opportunity cap a sterling team move by the USA with her first career WNT goal. USA 2, GER 0 (FINAL)

Key Saves and Defensive Stops:
GER– Nadine Angerer, 7th minute: A corner kick from Megan Rapinoe went to the middle of the six-yard box by the near post where Julie Johnston was in great position to head it home. Germany’s goalkeeper Nadine Angerer was well placed to come up with a huge save and get the ball out of danger.

USA – Hope Solo, 8th minute: Alexandra Popp had a clear shot at goal from the left side of the USA box, sending a ball to the near post. However, Hope Solo was prepared and jumped high to deflect the ball over the crossbar for a Germany corner.

GER – Nadine Angerer, 15th minute: Alex Morgan split two defendersas she broke into the Germany box from midfield. Morgan sent a shot straight towards Angerer, who made a solid stop with her foot to deflect the shot away.

Next on the Schedule: The WNT will meet the winner of England/Japan on Sunday, July 5 at 4 p.m. PT at BC Place in Vancouver, Canada.
Broadcast information:  FOX; Telemundo 
Social:  Twitter (@ussoccer_wnt@ussoccer_esp);  FacebookInstagram

Milestone Watch:

  • Hope Solo recorded her 89th career shutout. It was the fifth straight World Cup clean sheet for the USA, and Solo’s 10th in World Cup play, tying Brian Scurry for the most by a U.S. goalkeeper.
  • Carli Lloyd is the third U.S. WNT player to score in three straight games in a World Cup, joining Michelle Akers (1991) and Abby Wambach (twice; in 2003 and 2011).
  • The U.S. now holds a 19-4-7 all-time record against Germany, outscoring the Germans 62-29. The USA hasn’t lost to Germany since 2003 and has gone 7-0-5 since then.
  • Kelley O’Hara made her third career World Cup appearance in the second half, and scored her first career international goal for the WNT.
  • The USA will be making its fourth appearance in a FIFA Women’s World Cup Final. Germany is the only other team to have reached the final that amount of times.

Additional Notes:

  • This was the fourth time the U.S. met Germany in Women’s World Cup play, the USA has a 3-1-0 advantage in these matches.
  • Carli Lloyd has scored in three straight games for the WNT. Her goal in the second half was her fourth career World Cup strike and her 66th overall.
  • Since allowing a goal against Australia in its opening match on June 8 in the 27th minute, the U.S. has shut out Sweden, Nigeria, Colombia, China and Germany – a stretch of 513 consecutive minutes.  
  • Defender Becky Sauerbrunn is the only player on the roster to start and play every game for the USA in 2015. She has played the most minutes (1,419) of anyone on the team.
  • Five U.S. players have played all 540 minutes of the tournament so far: defenders Julie Johnston, Meghan Klingenberg, Sauerbrunn, midfielder Carli Lloyd, and goalkeeper Hope Solo.
  • In its last 16 games, the U.S. has surrendered just three goals and has scored 29.
  • So far, 19 of the 20 field players on the World Cup roster have seen action in the tournament.
  • Germany lost by two goals for the first time in 26 Women's World Cup games. The last time was in the 1995 final (2-0 to Norway).
  • The USA is the third country to reach consecutive Women's World Cup finals (Germany - 2003/07) (Norway - 1991/95).
  • Coming on as a sub in the second half, Wambach played in her 24th career WWC game, tied for second most all-time with Julie Foudy, Brigit Prinz and Formiga. Only Kristine Lilly has more (30).
  • Twelve different players have scored for the USA in 2015: Kelley O’Hara, Morgan, Wambach, Rodriguez, Press, Johnston, Klingenberg, Rapinoe, Brian, Chalupny, Leroux and Lloyd.
  • The game was the first time that Germany was shutout in this tournament and held to one shot on goal. Germany was averaging 12 shots on goal before tonight’s match and had outscored opponents 20-3.
  • The U.S. WNT is 33-4-5 all-time in the Women’s World Cup, outscoring its opponents 107-33 in 42 games. The 33 wins and 42 games played are FIFA Women’s World Cup records.

- U.S. Women’s National Team Match Report –

Match:  U.S. Women’s National Team vs. Germany
Date:  June 30, 2015
Competition:  2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup – Semifinal
Venue:  Olympic Stadium; Montreal, Canada
Kickoff:  7 p.m. ET
Attendance:  51,176
Weather:  Indoor Stadium

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

USA – Carli Lloyd (penalty kick)                    69th minute
USA – Kelley O’Hara (Carli Lloyd)                 84

Lineups:
USA:  1-Hope Solo; 11-Ali Krieger, 4-Becky Sauerbrunn, 19-Julie Johnston, 22-Meghan Klingenberg; 12-Lauren Holiday, 14-Morgan Brian, 10-Carli Lloyd (capt.), 15-Megan Rapinoe (20-Abby Wambach,80), 13-Alex Morgan (2-Sydney Leroux, 90+3), 17-Tobin Heath (5-Kelley O’Hara, 75)
Subs Not Used: 3-Christie Rampone, 6-Whitney Engen, 7-Shannon Boxx, 8-Amy Rodriguez, 9-Heather O’Reilly, 16-Lori Chalupny,18-Ashlyn Harris, 21-Alyssa Naeher, 23-Christen Press
Head coach: Jill Ellis
 

GER : 1-Nadine Angerer (capt.); 4-Leonie Maier, 5-Annike Krahn, 3-Saskia Bartusiak, 22-Tabea Kemme; 6-Simone Laudehr, 20-Lena Goessling, 11-Anja Mittag (10-Dzsenifer Marozsan, 78), 16-Melanie Leupolz, 18-Alexandra Popp; 13-Celia Sasic
Subs not used: 2-Bianca Schmidt, 7-Melanie Behringer, 8-Pauline Bremer, 9-Lena Lotzen, 12-Almuth Schult, 14-Babett Peter, 15-Jennifer Cramer, 17-Josephine Henning, 19-Lena Petermann, 21-Laura Benkarth, 23-Sara Daebritz
Head coach: Silvia Neid

Stats Summary: USA / GER
Shots: 12 / 15
Shots on Goal: 5 / 1
Saves: 1 / 3
Corner Kicks: 8 / 4
Fouls: 10 / 11
Offside: 1 / 1

Misconduct Summary:
GER – Leonie Maier (caution)                        34th minute
USA – Becky Sauerbrunn (caution)               38
USA – Julie Johnston (caution)                      59
GER - Annike Krahn (caution)                       69

Officials:
Referee: Teodora Albon (ROU)
Assistant Referee 1: Petruta Iugulescu (ROU)
Assistant Referee 2: Maria Sukenikova (SVK)
Fourth Official: Salome di Iorio (ARG)

Budweiser Woman of the Match: Carli Lloyd

WNT Trains in Olympic Stadium

The U.S. WNT wraps up training ahead of the semifinals with a one-hour session in Olympic Stadium. Jill Ellis and Alex Morgan were in the press conference to talk about the match with Germany tonight, which begins at 7 p.m. ET and will be televised on FOX and NBC Universo. 

Gallery: Fan HQ Lands in Montreal

Fan HQ shifts to Montreal as the USA gets ready for its semifinal against Germany. USA fans stream into Quebec to support the WNT in a game between No. 1 & No. 2 in the world.  Watch the game tonight at 7 p.m. ET on FOX and NBC Universo. 

Results

Date Matchup Result Venue Attendance Goal Scorers
June 7, 2007 MNT vs Guatemala 1-0 W The Home Depot Center; Carson, Calif. 21,334 Dempsey
June 9, 2007 MNT vs Trinidad & Tobago 2-0 W The Home Depot Center; Carson, Calif. 27,000 Ching, Johnson
June 12, 2007 MNT vs El Salvador 4-0 W Gillette Stadium; Foxborough, Mass. 26,523 Beasley (2), Donovan, Twellman
June 16, 2007 MNT vs Panama 2-1 W Gillette Stadium; Foxborough, Mass. 22,412 Donovan, Bocanegra
June 21, 2007 MNT vs Canada 2-1 W Soldier Field; Chicago, Ill. 50,760 Hejduk, Donovan
June 24, 2007 MNT vs Mexico 2-1 W Soldier Field; Chicago, Ill. 60,000 Donovan, Feilhaber
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