During this World Cup cycle, the United States national team has tested itself against some of the very best teams, including Spain, Brazil, England and Argentina.
You may soon be able to add Holland to that list.
According to the LA Times, the U.S. is likely to play an exhibition against the Netherlands on March 3 in Eindhoven next year. The game has yet to be confirmed or denied by U.S. Soccer officials, but there is no question that the Dutch, who have already qualified for the World Cup, would provide a tough challenge.
The last time these two teams met was back in February 2004 at Amsterdam Arena, when the Netherlands defeated the Americans, 1-0, courtesy of a goal from then-teenager Arjen Robben.
What do you think of the U.S. potentially playing the Netherlands? Think this U.S. team is capable of stunning the Dutch? Who else would you like to see the team schedule before the World Cup (assuming they qualify)?
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