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The United States have released their roster for the U-17 World Cup, which includes 15 players from MLS clubs, nine of which signed to Homegrown contracts. 


Head coach Raphael Wicky has called the likes of Gianluca Busio, Danny Leyva, Ricardo Pepi and other MLS-based wunderkinds. 


The 2019 U-17 World Cup will take place in Brazil and features the U.S. drawn into Group D, where it will play Senegal on Oct. 27, Japan on Oct. 30 and the Netherlands on Nov. 2. The USMNT will attempt to top their best-ever showing in the tournament, a fourth-place finish in 1999. In the last edition, in 2017, they reached the quarterfinal round.


With three players each, NYCFC and the Seattle Sounders are best represented in the squad. Atlanta United, FC Dallas, LA Galaxy, D.C. United, Sporting KC and the Colorado Rapids are also represented.


US U-17 roster for World Cup

Pos.
Player
Club
GK
Cervantes, Aaron
Orange County SC
GK
Las, Damian
Fulham
GK
Odunze, Chituru
Leicester City FC
D
Anderson, Sebastian
Colorado Rapids
D
Armour, Adam
North Carolina FC
D
Bello, George
Atlanta United
D
Carrera, Nicolas
FC Dallas
D
Gray, Tayvon
New York City FC
D
Hernandez-Foster, Kobe
LA Galaxy
D
Scally, Joe
New York City FC
M
Dietz, Maximilian
Freiburg
M
Dobbelaere, Ethan
Seattle Sounders
M
Kayo, Bryang
D.C. United
M
Leyva, Danny
Seattle Sounders
M
Saldana, Adam
LA Galaxy
F
Busio, Gianluca
Sporting Kansas City
F
Jasson, Andres
New York City FC
F
Ocampo-Chavez, Alfonso
Seattle Sounders
F
Pepi, Ricardo
FC Dallas
F
Reyna, Gio
Borussia Dortmund
F
Yow, Griffin
D.C. United

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