Thu 13 June 2024 | 12:25

USMNT Ready for Copa America

From a Heavy Defeat to Colombia to a Resilient Draw Against Brazil, US Men's Soccer Gains Confidence Ahead of Copa America

The United States is gearing up to host a major international tournament this summer. Their preparations began with a shaky start, suffering a 5-1 defeat in a friendly against Colombia. However, they bounced back by holding their ground against a star-studded Brazil side in Orlando, restoring their confidence as they prepare for more South American opponents.

First-choice goalkeeper Matt Turner, who made 11 saves against Brazil, emphasized the importance of representing the country with pride and intensity. He stated that regardless of the tactics or players on the field, wearing the US crest comes with high expectations. Turner stressed that every match, friendly or not, requires a high level of intensity, which was missing against Colombia but evident in the game against Brazil.

Head coach Gregg Berhalter acknowledged the team’s progress, noting the significant improvement from the Colombia match. He commended the squad for their resilience against Brazil, a team filled with immense talent. Berhalter believes this performance marks a positive end to their preparation camp and sets them up well for

Copa America


The US will kick off their Copa America campaign against Bolivia at AT&T Stadium in Texas on June 23, followed by matches against Panama in Atlanta and Uruguay at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas, completing their Group C fixtures.



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