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Gain Locker Room Access During the U.S. Men's National Team's Match Against Spain from Gillette Stadium

Receive Unprecedented Social Media Coverage of USA-Spain via Twitter by Tracking #USMNT_lockerroom; Exclusive Photos, Videos and Behind-the-Scenes Tweets Will be Provided from Pre-Game to Post-Game

CHICAGO (June 3, 2011) – As the U.S. Men’s National Team’s match against Spain unfolds on Saturday, June 4, at Gillette Stadium, U.S. Soccer fans will receive unprecedented behind-the-scenes access by tracking #USMNT_lockerroom on Twitter. The photo and video coverage will also exist on and U.S. Soccer’s Facebook page.

Fans will have the first look at the starting lineup and scenes from inside the locker room before the game and at halftime when head coach Bob Bradley speaks to the team. Action photos and goal highlights will be shared as the game unfolds.

Following the conclusion of the game, tweet your questions to U.S. MNT players by using #USMNT_lockerroom. The U.S. players will answer select questions in the mixed zone after the match and their answers will be posted shortly after the team departs for Detroit for the CONCACAF Gold Cup.

Be sure to track #USMNT_lockerroom for exclusive access to the U.S. Men’s National Team.