The United States men’s national team look to complete a perfect March international window with yet another win as they take on Northern Ireland in Belfast today. It’s great to be a fan of the U.S. right now as the program boasts so many young and exciting players hungry to prove they belong in Gregg Berhalter’s best XI.
Brenden Aaronson is one notable name vying for a consistent starting spot. He has impressed in his first few senior team appearances. Will this be his chance to start alongside a strong lineup from the open?
Will any other promising Americans boost themselves up the pecking order with bright performances?
It’s been a fine run of form for the USMNT. They’ll be looking to continue it against a worthy foe in Northern Ireland. While nothing is up for grabs collectively, there is plenty to play for individually as the busiest summer in recent memory rapidly approaches.
United States lineup:
TEAM NEWS IS IN!— U.S. Soccer MNT (@USMNT) March 28, 2021
Gregg Berhalter makes four changes to the #USMNT Starting XI for today’s match vs. @NorthernIreland.
LINEUP NOTES: https://t.co/jRXYgA4hDk#NIRvUSA #TheFutureIsUS pic.twitter.com/hT6RI8AUB7
Northern Ireland lineup:
How to Watch
Advertised Kick-off Time: 12:00 p.m. Eastern, 9:00 a.m. Pacific
Venue: Windsor Park, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Available TV: FOX (English), TUDN (Spanish), UniMás (Spanish)
Available Streaming: FOX Sports GO (App/Website), TUDN (App/Website), UniMás (App/Website), fuboTV (Free trial)
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