14 players from MLS will participate in the CONCACAF Nations League finals
The majority of players called to their respective national teams come from Major League Soccer, with the tournament is set to start on 3 June in Denver, Colorado.
The CONCACAF Nations League finals are scheduled to start on 3 June with the semi-finals between the United States against Honduras and Mexico against Costa Rica. All four teams have confirmed their 23-player tournament that will be flying to Denver, Colorado, the chosen venue for the finals.
The majority of the players (14) called for the tournament come from Major League Soccer and Costa Rica is the team that has the most, with five. While the United States men’s national team is in second place with a total of four.
David Ochoa (Real Salt Lake), Jackson Yueill (San Jose Earthquakes), Sebastian Lletget (LA Galaxy), Kellyn Acosta (Colorado Rapids).
Costa Rica national football team
Luis Díaz (Columbus Crew), Randall Leal (Nashville SC), Allan Cruz (FC Cincinnati), Ronald Matarrita (FC Cincinnati) y Francisco Calvo (Chicago Fire).
Honduras national football team
Maynor Figueroa (Houston Dynamo) Boniek García (Houston Dynamo) y Bryan Acosta (FC Dallas).
Mexico national football team
Jonathan Dos Santos (LA Galaxy) y Alan Pulido (San Jose Earthquakes).
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