So hoping the youth movement continues with these games as it has been wildly successful, Brazil, England, Italy and Mexico, all but one are thus far having great runs in the World Cup. This series of matches will help jump start the team as they head into the 4 year trek that is the new cycle.
USMNT players, Tim Weah & Tyler Adams
Brazil visits for at least the 2nd time to MetLife on Sept. 7, Sept. 11 gets some southern inhospitality for the visiting Mexico at NIssan Stadium in Nashville. Nov. 15 they pop the pond to face England at the historic Wembley Stadium, lastly they celebrate my birthday, Nov. 20 taking on Italy, the site is not yet set. USMNT, no need to wrap my gift just beat Italy. A pair of additional games in the States are still being worked out.
USMNT last month v Bolivia.
USMNT GM, Earnie Stewart, the first ever had this to say, " We are at the beginning phase of building our identity. These games are obviously huge challanges and for young players, this is an opportunity to see the benchmark of some of the top teams in the world. We can use these experiences to learn about ourselves and take the next steps towards developing into the team we want to become."
2 Tims, Weah & Parker both of USMNT.
These games taken with the June one France game, a 1-1 result have the US facing at least 5 of the top 20 teams worldwide and one of the strongest string of games in a year. These games are on FIFA dates and may be seen on FS1, ESPN, UniMas & Univision Deportes Network and there are more details on the Kickoff Series coming soon.
USA VBrazil tickets are on sale now at ussoccer.com, group tickets begin July 2 with a 30 ticket minimum.
USA v Mexico seats are on sale now.