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Head Coach

Gregg Berhalter

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Established
1930 (94 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Venue
Rose Bowl
(15,000 Capacity)

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Location
Los Angeles, USA

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Competitions
FIFA World Cup
CONCACAF Gold Cup
International Friendlies
CONCACAF Nations League
Copa America

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Ovokx: 21/Aug/23
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27/06 Panama - USA
02/07 USA - Uruguay
13/07 USA - Mexico Women

Results
23/06 USA 2 - 0 Bolivia
12/06 USA 1 - 1 Brazil
08/06 USA 1 - 5 Colombia
25/03 USA 0 - 2 Mexico
21/03 USA 3 - 1 Jamaica

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The United States men's national soccer team (USMNT) represents the United States in men's international soccer competitions. The team is controlled by the United States Soccer Federation and is a member of FIFA and CONCACAF.

The team has appeared in ten FIFA World Cups, including the first in 1930, where they reached the semi-finals. The U.S. participated in the 1934 and 1950 World Cups, winning 1–0 against England in the latter. After 1950, the U.S. did not qualify for the World Cup until 1990. The U.S. qualified as host of the 1994 World Cup, where they lost to Brazil in the round of sixteen. They qualified for five more consecutive World Cups after 1994 (for a total of seven straight appearances, a feat shared with only seven other nations), becoming one of the tournament's regular competitors and often advancing to the knockout stage. The U.S. reached the quarter-finals of the 2002 World Cup, where they lost to Germany. In the 2009 Confederations Cup, they eliminated top-ranked Spain in the semi-finals before losing to Brazil in the final, their only appearance in the final of a major intercontinental tournament.

The U.S. also competes in continental tournaments, including the CONCACAF Gold Cup and Copa América. The U.S. won seven Gold Cups and the inaugural edition of the CONCACAF Nations League, and has achieved a fourth-place finish in two Copa Américas, including the 1995 edition and 2016 edition. The team's head coach is Gregg Berhalter, since November 29, 2018. Earnie Stewart is the team's General Manager since August 1, 2018.

Team Members


11

Aaronson



18

Adams



29

Balogun





Cardoso



20

Carter-Vickers



1

Horvath



1

Johnson



3

Lund



16

McKennie



2

McKenzie



18

Moore



80

Musah



14

Pepi



11

Pulisic



13

Ream



32

Reyna



26

Richards



12

Robinson



33

Robinson



9

Sargent



29

Scally



10

Tillman



14

Torre



1

Turner



22

Weah



11

Wright



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The Rose Bowl, known for sponsorship reasons as Ageas Bowl is a cricket ground and hotel complex in West End, Hampshire. It is the home of Hampshire County Cricket Club, who have played there since 2001.

It was constructed as a replacement for the County Ground in Southampton and also the United Services Recreation Ground in Portsmouth, which had been Hampshire's homes since 1882. Hampshire played their inaugural first-class match at the ground against Worcestershire on 9–11 May 2001, with Hampshire winning by 124 runs. The ground has since hosted international cricket, including One Day Internationals, matches in the 2004 Champions Trophy, two Twenty20 Internationals and Test matches in 2011, 2014 and 2018, when England played Sri Lanka and India. In 2020, the ground was used as one of two biosecure venues, alongside Old Trafford, for the tours involving West Indies, Pakistan and Ireland which were regulated due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

In order to be able to host Test cricket, the ground underwent a redevelopment starting in 2008, which saw stands built to increase capacity and other construction work undertaken to make the hosting of international cricket at the ground more viable. A four-star Hilton Hotel with an integrated media centre overlooking the ground opened in 2015. Following Hampshire Cricket Ltd finding itself in financial trouble in 2011, the lease on the ground was sold to Eastleigh Borough Council for £6.5 million with a benefactor injecting a similar sum in 2012.

The Rose Bowl played host to the inaugural final of the 2019–21 ICC World Test Championship between India and New Zealand, resulting in New Zealand being crowned inaugural World Test Champions.

During ICC tournaments, the ground is referred to as the Hampshire Bowl due to sponsors names not being allowed.

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