Starting XI & Lineup Notes for USMNT vs. Colombia

USMNT vs. Colombia Preview

Don’t miss the U.S. Soccer Summer Showdown as the US Men’s National Team takes on Colombia on June 8, 2024, at Commanders Field in Landover, Maryland. Get ready for the action with pre-game coverage starting at 4:30 p.m. ET on various channels like TNT, Telemundo, and Peacock. The kickoff is set for 5:37 p.m. ET. Follow the excitement on social media through @USMNT on Twitter and Instagram. Stay tuned for live updates and highlights!

USMNT Starting Lineup

Today’s USMNT Starting XI vs. Colombia: 1-Matt Turner; 3-Chris Richards, 5-Antonee Robinson, 7-Gio Reyna, 8-Weston McKennie, 10-Christian Pulisic (Capt.), 13-Tim Ream, 15-Johnny Cardoso, 20-Folarin Balogun, 21-Tim Weah, 22-Joe Scally

Substitutes: 18-Ethan Horvath, 25-Sean Johnson, 2-Cameron Carter-Vickers, 4-Tyler Adams, 6-Yunus Musah, 9-Ricardo Pepi, 11-Brenden Aaronson, 12-Miles Robinson, 14-Luca de la Torre, 16-Shaq Moore, 17-Malik Tillman, 19-Haji Wright, 23-Kristoffer Lund, 24-Mark McKenzie, 26-Timmy Tillman

Match Insights

Get ready for the showdown with some key insights:
• Today’s Starting XI has an average age of 25 years, 237 days, making it the ninth oldest lineup under Gregg Berhalter.
• The lineup averages 32.9 caps, ranking it as the seventh most experienced lineup during Berhalter’s tenure.
• Christian Pulisic captains the team for the 22nd time tonight and earns his squad-leading 67th cap.
• Five starters will make their first appearances against South American opposition.
• Goalkeeper Matt Turner has earned starts in 25 of the last 27 USMNT matches he has been available for.
• Antonee Robinson starts his fifth-consecutive USMNT match.
• The USMNT is 3-13-5 all-time against Colombia, with their last win dating back to 2005.
• Forward Josh Sargent is the only U.S. player not dressed tonight due to a foot injury.
• The match will be officiated by Fernando Hernandez of Mexico, who has refereed two previous USMNT matches.

Game Statistics

With 53,575 tickets sold, today’s match ranks third all-time for U.S. Soccer-controlled USMNT matches in the D.C./Maryland/Virginia area. The USA has a record of 1-1-3 in five matches against South American opposition under Berhalter. Stay tuned for an exciting match between these two teams!

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