Five months out from the FIFA U-20 World Cup in Indonesia, the US U-20 men’s national team have called up 23 players for a domestic training camp.
- Antonio Carrera - FC Dallas (MLS)
- Emmanuel Ochoa - San Jose Earthquakes (MLS)
- Brandan Craig - Philadelphia Union (MLS)
- Mauricio Cuevas - Club Brugge (Belgium)
- Marcus Ferkranus - LA Galaxy (MLS)
- Alexander Freeman - Orlando City SC (MLS)
- Michael Halliday - Orlando City SC (MLS)
- Caleb Wiley - Atlanta United FC (MLS)
- Thomas Williams - Orlando City SC (MLS)
- Joshua Wynder - Louisville City FC (USL Championship)
- Alejandro Alvarado Jr. - Vizela (Portugal)
- Daniel Leyva - Seattle Sounders FC (MLS)
- Diego Luna - Real Salt Lake (MLS)
- Jack McGlynn - Philadelphia Union (MLS)
- Nicholas Pariano - Duke University (NCAA)
- Niko Tsakiris - San Jose Earthquakes (MLS)
- Owen Wolff - Austin FC (MLS)
- Caden Clark - RB Leipzig (Germany)
- Jackson Hopkins - D.C. United (MLS)
- Roald Mitchell - Wake Forest (NCAA)
- Korede Osundina - Orange County SC (USL Championship)
- Quinn Sullivan - Philadelphia Union (MLS)
- Tyler Wolff - Atlanta United (MLS)
The group will gather from Jan. 19-29 at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla., continuing preparations ahead of their fifth straight U-20 World Cup trip. That tournament is set for May 20-June 11 in Indonesia.
While U-20 head coach Mikey Varas serves as an assistant at the senior USMNT’s January camp, U-17 head coach Gonzalo Segares will lead the camp. The former Chicago Fire FC defender has served as an assistant with the U-20s this cycle.
Fifteen clubs are represented on the roster, including 10 from Major League Soccer, two from the USL Championship and three abroad in Belgium, Germany and Portugal. The Philadelphia Union and Orlando City SC both have three players on the roster, and there are 16 MLS players total.
Players born on or after Jan. 1, 2003 are age-eligible for the 2023 FIFA U-20 World Cup. This training camp features 11 players born in 2003, nine born in 2004 and three born in 2005.