U.S. Men's National Soccer Team Schedule
If you're looking for action, you're definitely in the right spot, as
the U.S. Men's National Team is looking to round into form and continue their ascent in terms of international play. Though
the U.S. team had a long way to go to catch up with the rest of the world, these days, the talented roster has earned their
stripes, so to say, and now fans are eagerly anticipating the time when they'll burst through and take the team to the next
level. When it all comes together on the pitch, it just doesn't get any better than soccer played at the highest possible
level, as this is a sport that didn't become the most popular sport in the world be accident.
As the U.S. Men's team
once again looks to pull it together and take on all the top teams in the world during the World Cup in Brazil, fans will
have plenty of opportunities to see if they have what it takes. Come out and see all of the slick passes, creative moves and
net-ripping action as the U.S. Men's National Soccer Team looks to give their fans a taste for some major international soccer
success. As soon as you're there watching he big game alongside thousands of your fellow fans, you'll definitely understand
loud and clear what all the excitement is about.
U.S. Men's National Soccer Team Info
Despite a tough
draw facing international powerhouses Germany and Portugal, and Ghana, who has eliminated the United States in the past two
World Cups, the United States Men's National Team appears poised to make a deep run in the 2014 World Cup. They definitely
have the firepower to do it with many of the best scorers in the history of the team on the current roster. Landon Donovan
is the all-time leading scorer for the United States Men's National Team, while teammate Clint Dempsey is second on the list.
Additionally, Jozy Altidore, Eddie Johnson, and DeMarcus Beasley are all among the top ten goal scorers in the history of
the United States Men's National Team.
With such a talented core base, the United States looks like one of those teams
that can do a little bit of everything, giving them a chance to win every single time they take to the field. It's not exactly
going to be easy to take down some of the biggest powerhouses in the entire world, but the U.S. national team has grown quite
a bit in recent seasons, and the sky is the limit as they look to prove their worth on the field this time around in the World
U.S. Men's National Soccer Team History
The Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean
Association Football, or CONCACAF as it is usually called, was formed in 1961 and became one of the six continental governing
bodies acknowledged by FIFA. On the men's side, 10 members of CONCACAF have qualified for the World Cup and half of those
have only qualified one time. The United States, Mexico, and Cuba are the only teams to have reached the quarter final round,
with the United States doing it most recently in 2002 after defeating Mexico. The only team from CONCACAF ever to reach the
semifinals is the United States, who did so in 1930. Building from their stardom and popularity within the CONCACAF, the U.S.
Men's National Soccer has been on the rise in recent years, though they're still hunting for that World Cup title run.
U.S. Men's National Soccer Team Trivia
Did you know that the U.S. Men's Soccer Team's biggest win was against
In June of 2008, Barbados didn't really stand a chance against the American squad, as the crowd in Carson,
California ended up watching the U.S. take down Barbados by the score of 8-0.
action, otherworldly footwork, stunning slide tackles, and mind blowing, acrobatic saves by goalkeepers will have you seeing
exactly why soccer is referred to as "the beautiful game." You will be chanting and singing along and barely even need to
use your seat as move after move will have you jumping up and cheering for the home country. Perhaps at no other time will
you have felt so proudly to cheer for the United States and felt patriotism as deeply as when you are in the stadium with
thousands of fellow Americans cheering on the men's national team.
Even though American football has long been the king
in U.S. on the spectator sport front, the tide is definitely starting to turn for soccer. Of course, it helps that recent
World Cup runs have given fans a bit of a taste for what it's like to watch international soccer at the highest possible level,
as there is nothing that can come close to the atmosphere of a big international soccer game when it's featuring two talented
teams both giving it their all. As the U.S. Men's National Team hopes to take it to the next level, there is no better place