The United States Soccer Federation has announced two World Cup warm-up games for the U.S. next year.
First up for the U.S. national team will be Honduras at the Home Depot Center in Carson, California on Jan. 23. This date is not an official FIFA date, so none of the U.S. (or Honduras) players who play in Europe will playing.
However, the U.S. will just be finishing its annual January training camp right before the game, so this will be a great opportunity for some of the U.S.’s MLS stars to shine.
The big game however is the match between the US and Holland in Amsterdam on March 3rd. The Netherlands, currently No. 3 in the World, will be a really tough test for Bob Bradley. The match is being played on a FIFA international fixture date, meaning all players will be available for the match.
There are rumors of a friendly with Mexico before the World Cup but their is nothing official on that yet.