It appears William Yarbrough has decided which country he wants to represent, choosing the United States over Mexico.
Canada head coach Benito Floro called in an MLS-heavy group for upcoming friendlies against Guatemala and Puerto Rico, with nine of the 23-man roster currently playing in the league.
Two of CONCACAF's best are set to face off in Orlando's Citrus Bowl ahead of the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup, as six-time winners Mexco will face 2014 World Cup quarterfinalists Costa Rica in a June 27 friendly, it was annouced Wednesday.
The teams open Gold Cup play less than two weeks later, with Costa Rica kicking off July 8 and Mexico July 9.
Some of the most popular clubs on the West Coast will face off next month when the Seattle Sounders play host to Club Tijuana, the two teams announced Thursday.
The international friendly between MLS and Liga MX clubs will take place on March 24 at Seattle’s CenturyLink Field. The game will be preceded by a match between the clubs’ academies.
If you haven't yet bought a ticket for the US national team's friendly in April against Mexico in San Antonio, you're officially out of luck.
U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati confirmed reports that the game was sold out with a tweet on Saturday:
We are thrilled that #USAvMEX on April 15 is officially sold out. The 65,000 fans will set an attendance record for soccer in San Antonio.
It looks as though Canada will be getting another warm-up match against a Central American opponent in the near future.
COLUMBUS, Ohio – After years in the US youth national team ranks, Columbus Crew SC midfielder Wil Trapp finally earned his first senior-team cap against Chile on Jan. 28.
But it wasn’t quite the debut the 22-year-old was looking for. His 30 minutes of action as a second-half substitute came in a 3-2 loss, and Columbus’ midfield general wasn’t pleased with his performance.