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USMNT vs. Switzerland: The Pregame Tailgate


The U.S. Men’s National Team takes the field in Europe for the final time before turning its attention to competitive action for the first time in 2021.

Gregg Berhalter’s side face Switzerland in St. Gallen this afternoon (2 p.m. ESPN) looking to continue a busy year with a victory over the 13th-ranked Swiss. Sunday’s friendly in Austria will be followed up by the resumption of the postponed Concacaf Nations League semifinals on Thursday in Colorado.

Berhalter will once again have plenty of lineup decisions to make with Weston McKennie, Tyler Adams, and Josh Sargent all being included for both upcoming matches. Julian Green, Matthew Hoppe, and Justin Che are all players hoping to get game time after strong club campaigns in Germany.

Be sure to check in to SBI before, during and after today’s match for all your news and analysis on the friendly from Switzerland.

Here is a closer look at all of SBI’s written and video coverage ahead of Sunday’s USMNT-Switzerland showdown:


SBI takes a look at who Gregg Berhalter could start for the USMNT vs. Switzerland. (READ)

Yunus Musah is back with the USMNT and hoping to make an impact after a stop-start season in Spain. (READ)

Veteran defender DeAndre Yedlin will look to make his first USMNT appearance since December 2019 after embarking on a new chapter in his club career. (READ)

Brenden Aaronson comes into his latest USMNT camp with two European trophies under his belt at Red Bull Salzburg. (READ)

Tyler Adams came into USMNT camp with an injury, but his inclusion for the Nations League is a “risk worth taking”. (READ)

Justin Che impressed with Bayern Munich II in his first experience in Europe and is now ready to deliver in his first USMNT opportunity. (READ)

Jordan Siebatcheu’s movement, hold-up play has earned him a new opportunity with the USMNT this summer. (READ)


    • Screw ESPN indeed. Preempting the US national team playing the world’s most popular sport for … college softball??!!!
      Absolutely ridiculous, to give up 40 minutes of the broadcast, including the entire first 25 minutes of the game, the US’s only goal and the Swiss tying goal, for a minor game in a completely meaningless sport that no one was watching anyway except the players’ families.
      Thank heavens the whole game was shown on UniMás — which, by the way, is accessible in many markets over the air as the second digital channel of Univisión. US soccer fans should support the networks that support US soccer.
      And Volkwagen and other sponsors should get their money back for that fiasco.

  1. it is appropriate that we are in a federation with El Salvador and Guatamala. US Soccer is Second class. Starting time preempted for a softball game.


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