During a press conference Monday ahead of the US national team's World Cup qualifier against Honduras, Jurgen Klinsmann dropped the note that the US will play a previously unannounced friendly in August.
He just didn't say who the national team would be playing, or where.
But FIFA's official website lists Bosnia-Herzegovina as the opponent on August 13, and reports out of the Balkan nation corroborates that date, with Sarajevo as the location.
Of course, the Bosnia friendly had been rumored to be taking place at some point in 2013, and with Klinsmann mentioning the friendly coming on the back of a very busy summer, with the World Cup qualifiers, the upcoming Gold Cup this month and next, and more qualifiers in the fall, it appears the Bosnia friendly will be another test for the national team.
The USMNT's other scheduled friendly in the coming months is on July 5 against Guatemala in San Diego, a tuneup for the Gold Cup.