the United States men’s national soccer team A busy summer of continental competition opens Thursday night with the CONCACAF Nations League semi-final match against rival Mexico.
The USMNT will also run through competitions with its third head coach since the 2022 World Cup. After Greg Berhalter’s contract expired after the World Cup, Anthony Hudson became the interim head coach. but, Hudson recently left the program for a “new opportunity.” in Qatar. Enter the longtime USMNT assistant BJ Callaghanwho will guide the team through the Nations League and Gold Cup Finals, which USAF opens on June 24 against Jamaica at Soldier Field in Chicago.
The USMNT is the winner of the CONCACAF Nations League, defeating Mexico in an overtime thriller on June 6, 2021 in Denver. He followed that up by defeating Mexico 1-0 in overtime in the Gold Cup Final on August 1, 2021 in Las Vegas. The American men returned to Allegiant Stadium with a four-game unbeaten streak against Mexico, after winning 2-0 and drawing 0-0 in World Cup qualifiers, then Draw 1-1 in the opening of the continental El Clásico In the last confrontation between the two rivals on April 19.
This time, the two meet in the semi-finals, with the winner advancing to face either Panama or Canada in the CONCACAF Nations League final on Sunday (8:30 p.m. ET on Paramount+ and Univision).
Here’s everything you need to know about Thursday’s game:
When and where will the United Nations League Mexico-USMNT semi-finals take place?
The Kickoff is scheduled for 10 p.m. ET on Thursday, June 15 at Allegiant Stadium, home of the NFL’s Las Vegas Raiders. The match between the United States and Mexico follows the Panama-Canada semi-final match, which kicks off at 7 p.m. ET at the same stadium.
How can I watch the USMNT Nations League vs. Mexico game?
The broadcast will be available in English Paramount +with Spanish-language broadcasts available on Univision.
Who are the players on the USMNT and Mexico rosters?
Goalkeepers (4): Drake Callender (Inter Miami), Josh Cohen (Maccabi Haifa/Israel), Sean Johnson (Toronto/Canada), Matt Turner (Arsenal/England)
Defenders (7): Serginho Dest (Milan/Italy), Chris Richards (Crystal Palace/England), Anthony Robinson (Fulham/England), Miles Robinson (Atlanta United), Joe Sculli (Borussia Mönchengladbach/Germany), Austin Trosti (Birmingham City/England) Walker Zimmerman (Nashville)
Medium (6): Johnny Cardoso (Internacional/Brazil), Luca de la Torre (Celta Vigo/Spain), Weston McKinney (Leeds United/England), Younes Musa (Valencia/Spain), Gio Reina (Borussia Dortmund/Germany), Alan Sonora (Juarez FC ) / Mexico)
Attackers (7): Brendan Aronson (Leeds United/England), Folaren Balogun (Stade Reims/France), Taylor Booth (Utrecht/Netherlands), Ricardo Pepe (Groningen/Netherlands), Christian Pulisic (Chelsea/England), Tim Weh (Lille/France), Alex Zendegas (USA/Mexico)
List of Mexico
Goalkeepers (3): Carlos Acevedo (Santos Laguna), Angel Malagón (USA), Guillermo Ochoa (Salernitana / Italy)
Defenders (8): Julian Araujo (FC Barcelona), Gerardo Arteaga (Genk/Belgium), Jesus Gallardo (Monterey), Victor Guzman (Monterey), Cesar Montes (Espanyol/Spain), Israel Reyes (USA), Jorge Sanchez (Ajax/Netherlands) Johann Vazquez (Cremonese / Italy)
Medium (6): Edson Alvarez (Ajax/Netherlands), Luis Chavez (Pachuca), Sebastian Cordova (Tigris), Orbelin Pineda (AEK Athens/Greece), Luis Romo (Monterrey), Carlos Rodriguez (Cruz Azul)
Attackers (6): Uriel Antona (Cruz Azul), Santiago Jimenez (Feyenoord/Netherlands), Ozil Herrera (Atlas), Henry Martin (USA), Eric Sanchez (Pachuca), Alexis Vega (Guadalajara)
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