The United States will take on Denmark on Wednesday in a match set to be shown live on ESPN an UniMas. This is the first full-team match for the Americans in 2015 -- after a pair of matches earlier this year using primarily MLS-based players -- and will be followed next week by a match against Switzerland.
ESPN will have Ian Darke and Taylor Twellman on the call, which is their usual national team pairing. Both will be at NRGi Stadium in Aarhus, Denmark, announcing the match on-site. There will be a short pre-match show, with the Worldwide Leader starting their coverage at 3 p.m. ET, 15 minutes before kickoff.
Jurgen Klinsmann has called in a strong team for the match, featuring Michael Bradley and Jozy Altidore. Clint Dempsey was originally on the roster, but he strained his hamstring in the team's first training session and will not play.
The U.S. is just four months out from the Gold Cup, which is the biggest competition for the team this year. If they win it, they will automatically qualify for the 2017 Confederations Cup, giving it added importance, but the Americans have struggled since the World Cup. They haven't looked the least bit ready for a major tournament, but they also haven't been together as a full team since November and are hoping to kick things into gear against Denmark and Switzerland.
Match date/time: Wednesday, 3:15 p.m. ET
Venue: NRGi Park, Aarhus, Denmark
TV: ESPN (English), UniMas (Spanish)
Online: Watch ESPN