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ussoccer.com Streaming Today’s Hall of Fame Ceremony, Pre-Game and Post-Game of U.S. MNT at World Cup Qualifier


National Soccer Hall of Fame Recognition of Joe-Max Moore and Peter Vermes Begins at 2:30 p.m. CT

CHICAGO (Oct. 11, 2013) – The National Soccer Hall of Fame and U.S. Soccer are hosting Induction 2013, presented by Eurosport, and today’s ceremony will feature a live stream on ussoccer.com.

Coverage of the ceremony, which features former U.S. Men’s National Team forwards Joe-Max Moore and Peter Vermes, begins at 2:30 p.m. CT on the West Plaza of Sporting Park in Kansas City, Kan.

Additionally, ussoccer.com will feature an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the U.S. Men’s National Team before and after its FIFA World Cup Qualifier against Jamaica. Fans can watch ussoccer.com’s stream of the team’s arrival to the stadium and see their favorite players in the pre-game tunnel before they head out for warm-ups. After the match, ussoccer.com will stream the post-game press conference and mixed zone interviews.

The pre-game stream will start following the National Soccer Hall of Fame ceremony.

ussoccer.com provided a live stream of the U.S. MNT’s public training session on Wednesday, Oct. 9, at Sporting Park. The event drew hundreds of spectators as the USA continued its preparations for the remaining 2014 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers.

The U.S. MNT hosts Jamaica at 5:30 p.m. CT, with a live broadcast on ESPN, WatchESPN, UniMas and ESPN Deportes Radio. The USA holds the top spot in the Hexagonal with two matches remaining in 2014 FIFA World Cup Qualifying. The U.S. Men have already stamped their ticket to next year’s World Cup in Brazil, but the squad has its sights on winning the Hexagonal.

The USA (5-2-1, 16 points) holds a one-point lead over Costa Rica (4-1-3, 15 points) and can clinch first place today with a win against Jamaica combined with a Costa Rica loss to Honduras. The U.S. has won the CONCACAF region for the past two qualifying cycles.

The U.S. MNT is 4-0-0 at home during 2014 FIFA World Cup Qualifying, outscoring its opponents 6-0 in U.S.-hosted matches.

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