The United States Men’s National Team will have 2 major friendlies during the October international window. Today, U.S. Soccer announced that the USMNT will take on Germany in a friendly on October 14th at Rentschler Field in East Hartford, with kickoff set for 3:00pm ET. Then, the USMNT will head to Nashville’s GEODIS Park to face Ghana on October 17th. Kickoff for that match is set for 8:30pm ET.
The German federation confirmed that the 4-time World Cup champions would visit the United States this morning to take on the USMNT.
Länderspiele im Herbst! ✍️— DFB-Team (@DFB_Team) May 30, 2023
| 9. September, 20:45 Uhr | ️ Wolfsburg
| 12. September, 21 Uhr | ️ Dortmund
| 14. Oktober, 21 Uhr | ️ Hartford
ℹ️ Auf der USA-Reise wird eine weitere Partie folgen.
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The USMNT has a 4-7-0 record against Die Mannschaft, with the teams last facing each other in June 2015. That was a 2-1 win for the USMNT, with Bobby Wood famously scoring a late game-winner. The USMNT are 2-2-0 against the Black Stars, with each match ending in a 2-1 score. The teams most recently played in East Hartford in July 2017, with the USMNT winning that match. Now, the USMNT hope to have a window against some traditional powers while they await their opponent for the quarterfinals of the 2023-24 Concacaf Nations League.
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