Gregg Berhalter learned that he has a long way to go until his team is World Cup ready as several defensive miscues saw the U.S. men’s national team go down in defeat to Germany at the Pratt & Whitney Stadium in Hartford Connecticut on Saturday.
The USMNT returns this month, and Head Coach Gregg Berhalter has finalized the 23-player roster for the U.S. training camp, gearing up for the highly-anticipated matches against Germany, the four-time World Cup champions, and Ghana, an African powerhouse.
The United States men’s national team will begin the process of preparing for the 2026 World Cup this weekend with all eyes on head coach Gregg Berhalter as he makes his return to the sideline after U.S. Soccer took what seemed to be an eternity to announce their “new” hire.
Next week, the United States Men’s National Team will be back in action, playing in friendly matches against Uzbekistan and Oman. The roster for this period has been unveiled by U.S. Soccer, consisting of 24 players, who will gather in St. Louis for a training camp.
U.S. Soccer announced on Friday that they finally got their man to take over as permanent head coach of the men’s national team, and it was none other than Gregg Berhalter as the organization decided that he should guide them through to the 2026 World Cup.
Reims’ on-loan forward Folarin Balogun has settled his international future as reports surfacing on Tuesday said FIFA has approved the one-time switch for him to make the jump from England to play for the U.S. men’s national team.
FIFA announced on Tuesday that the United States, Mexico, and Canada have been granted automatic spots as the co-hosts of the 2026 World Cup.
A MLS-heavy squad of USMNT players will take the field on Wednesday night in Los Angeles, California, for a friendly against a largely uncapped Serbian squad consisting of domestic and North American-based players.
For the second straight game Gregg Berhalter’s USMNT squad must win to stay alive in the World Cup, this time with the Dutch providing a stiff test in the Round of 16.
As a product of global soccer royalty, Tim Weah is breaking new ground and is writing his own story in the USMNT book of legends in this year’s World Cup in Qatar.