USMNT to play against Bosnia in December
It has not been confirmed but according to multiple reports the United States will play a friendly match against the European side in Los Angeles, California.
The United States men’s national team is having a busy year as they look to book their ticket to the 2022 World Cup. They are in second place in the CONCACAF World Cup qualifying tournament with 11 points, three points behind first-placed Mexico, and a record of 3W-2D-1L.
The USMNT will return to action during the FIFA international break in November to play two games. They will host the Mexican national team on 12 November at the TQL stadium and then go on the road to face Jamaica.
The USMNT to play an exhibition match in December
The United States is about to confirm one more game before the year ends as they continue preparations for the final stages of the World Cup qualifiers. According to multiple reports, the USMNT will play an exhibition match against Bosnia in December in Los Angeles, California.
N/FSBiH je u pregovorima s FS SAD-a oko odigravanja prijateljske utakmice u Los Angelesu u decembru mjesecu. Obzirom da se ne radi o FIFA-inom terminu, Ivaylo Petev na raspolaganju će imati samo igrače iz liga koje budu na pauzi u ovom dijelu godine. (https://t.co/ADHY9CVw1q)— BH live 🇧🇦 (@BHlive_official) October 27, 2021
“The Bosnian soccer federation is in negotiations with the US Soccer to play a friendly match in Los Angeles in December. Since this is not a FIFA window, the head coach of Bosnia Ivaylo Petev will only have available players from leagues that will be on break this part of the year,” read a tweet from the Bosnian Federation on Wednesday.
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