Concacaf Nations League: USMNT vs. Grenada - Lineup, Schedule & TV Channels

Kirani James Stadium; St. George’s, Grenada Pre-Game Coverage: 7:30 p.m. ET on TNT, Universo, Peacock Kickoff: 8 p.m. ET on TNT, Telemundo, Peacock & Telemundo App
Grenada vs. USMNT
2022-23 Concacaf Nations League A, Group D Match No. 5
March 24, 2023
Kirani James Stadium; St. George’s, Grenada
Pre-Game Coverage: 7:30 p.m. ET on TNT, Universo, Peacock  
Kickoff: 8 p.m. ET on TNT, Telemundo, Peacock & Telemundo App
Social Media: @USMNT on Twitter and Instagram; U.S. Soccer on Facebook, The U.S. Soccer App

Tonight’s USMNT Starting XI at Grenada:
1-Matt Turner, 3-Mark McKenzie, 7-Gio Reyna, 8-Weston McKennie, 9-Ricardo Pepi, 10-Christian Pulisic (capt.), 11-Brenden Aaronson, 14-Luca de la Torre, 19-Joe Scally, 20-Auston Trusty, 22-Bryan Reynolds

Substitutes: 12-Ethan Horvath, 18-Zack Steffen, 2-Sergiño Dest, 4-Taylor Booth, 5-Antonee Robinson, 6-Yunus Musah, 13-Tim Ream, 15-Johnny Cardoso, 16-Alan Soñora, 17-Alex Zendejas, 21-Djordje Mihailovic, 23-Daryl Dike


  • USMNT Starting XI Cap Numbers (including this match): Christian Pulisic (57), Weston McKennie (42), Brenden Aaronson (29), Matt Turner (25), Gio Reyna (17), Luca de la Torre (13), Ricardo Pepi (13), Mark McKenzie (11), Joe Scally (4), Bryan Reynolds (3), Auston Trusty (1).
  • USMNT Starting XI Concacaf Nations League Cap Numbers (including this match): Weston McKennie (9), Christian Pulisic (6), Brenden Aaronson (4), Luca de la Torre (3), Mark McKenzie (3), Gio Reyna (3), Matt Turner (2), Ricardo Pepi (1), Bryan Reynolds (1), Joe Scally (1), Auston Trusty (1).

  • Tonight’s USMNT Starting XI has an average age of 23 years, 117 days and averages 18 caps overall.
  • Seven players from the 2022 FIFA World Cup roster will start tonight against Grenada: goalkeeper Matt Turner, defender Joe Scally, midfielders Luca de la Torre, Weston McKennie and Gio Reyna, and forwards Brenden Aaronson and Christian Pulisic.
  • Center back Auston Trusty earns his USMNT debut in tonight’s match.
  • Making his third appearance, right back Bryan Reynolds earns his first start for the Red, White and Blue tonight. Reynolds last appeared in the 1-0 win against Bosnia and Herzegovina on Dec. 18, 2021.
  • Defender Mark McKenzie makes his first start since the World Cup qualifier on Oct. 10, 2021 at Panama. McKenzie pairs in central defense with his former Philadelphia Union teammate and fellow Academy alum, Auston Trusty.
  • Earning his 40th career start tonight, Weston McKennie continues his streak of appearing in all nine of the USMNT’s Concacaf Nations League matches. McKennie was leading scorer (four goals) and earned Player of the Tournament honors in the inaugural 2019-2021 competition.
  • Matt Turner becomes the eighth USMNT goalkeeper to earn 25 caps. Turner has racked up a 15-4-5 record and collected 17 shutouts, including two at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
  • Christian Pulisic captains the side for the 13th time in tonight’s contest.
  • Both Ricardo Pepi and Gio Reyna return to the Starting XI for the first time since Sept. 27 against Saudi Arabia.

  • Four starters appeared in the 5-0 win against Grenada to open the 2022-23 CNL back on June 14, 2022. Luca de la Torre, Weston McKennie and Matt Turner started the match while Brenden Aaronson replaced de la Torre in the 71st minute.
  • Bryan Reynolds, Joe Scally and Auston Trusty will all experience their first away match in the Concacaf region.
  • Ten of the 11 starters are products of the U.S. Soccer Development Academy: Weston McKennie, Ricardo Pepi and Bryan Reynolds (FC Dallas); Brenden Aaronson, Mark McKenzie and Auston Trusty (Philadelphia Union); Gio Reyna and Joe Scally (New York City FC); Luca de la Torre (Nomads SC, San Diego Surf); Christian Pulisic (PA Classics)
  • Should substitutes Johnny Cardoso, Alan Soñora, and Alex Zendejas appear in tonight’s match they will officially be cap-tied to the United States.
  • With teams allowed to dress 23 players, defender Miles Robinson is a healthy scratch from the squad. 
  • Five substitutions are allowed in three different moments. Halftime does not count as a substitution moment.
  • The USMNT is 4-0-0 all-time against Grenada. In its only previous visit to Grenada, the team earned a 3-2 win against the Spice Boyz in the second leg of the preliminary round 2006 FIFA World Cup Qualifying on June 20, 2004.
  • Daneon Parchment of Jamaica is the referee for tonight’s match. The USMNT is 1-2-1 in matches officiated by him.