The United States Men’s National Team gets ready to embark on an important 11 days as they step on the field today to take on Switzerland in a friendly. This friendly comes as preparation before the team heads to Denver in search of the first-ever Concacaf Nations League trophy, and head coach Gregg Berhalter has brought in most of what he would consider his A lineup to take on the Swiss.
For the USMNT, it’s important to play well and show that they’re ready to take on Honduras and then either Mexico or Costa Rica to win the Nations League. As the young core begins to gel, it’s also important evaluation for lineups and rotations as we approach the start of World Cup qualifying. Also, the Swiss are ranked 13th in the world, and beating an opponent of this stature will give the USMNT a ton of confidence.
The Swiss are in final preparations for Euro 2020, so they will come out firing. Will they be too much for the Americans? Or, will the USMNT pull off the upset in the Swiss Alps?
United States lineup:
Last match before we tackle the @CNationsLeague Finals!— U.S. Soccer MNT (@USMNT) May 30, 2021
Here’s the squad that will start tonight vs. .
Lineup Notes » https://t.co/aVG1Bzcclx pic.twitter.com/YIz3HUxoj0
How to Watch
Advertised Kick-off Time: 2:00 p.m. Eastern, 11:00 a.m. Pacific
Venue: Kybunpark, St. Gallen
Available TV: ESPN (English), TUDN (Spanish), UniMás (Spanish)
Available Streaming: ESPN (App/Website), TUDN (App/Website), UniMás (App/Website), fuboTV (Free trial)
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