2022 USA World Cup Team List, Schedule and Latest Odds

The USA will be looking to make up for lost time at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar after failing to qualify for Russia 2018, the first global showpiece they have missed since 1986.

The Americans finished third in their qualifying group this time, just three points behind Canada and Mexico, with an unbeaten record at home.

Greg Berhalter leads his team to the World Cup having already won the 2020 Concacaf Nations League and the 2021 Gold Cup. He was also part of the USA team that reached the quarterfinals of the 2002 World Cup.

The U.S. will play Saudi Arabia in Murcia, Spain, on Sept. 27 in its final game before heading to Qatar for the World Cup finals.

USA 2022 World Cup Squad

World Cup squads are usually announced about six weeks before the World Cup starts. This year the world championship will be held from November 21 to December 18.

Who are likely to be the star names in the team?

Christian Pulisic is the notable name in this side of the USA. He is the captain of the team, earning him the nickname “Captain America” ​​and was his team’s leading scorer during the qualifiers.

While he may have struggled at Chelsea of ​​late, Pulisic is still the man fans and teammates expect to make the difference for the United States.

Behind him is a group of promising young players playing for some of the biggest teams in Europe, such as Juventus midfielder Weston McKenney, AC Milan full-back Sergino Dest and Borussia Dortmund attacking midfielder Gio Reina.

What are the USA matches?

The USA are in Group B along with England, Iran and Wales.

November 21: USA v Wales, Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium, 1pm (GMT)

November 25: England v USA, Al Bait Stadium, 7pm

November 29: Iran vs. USA, Al Thumama Stadium, 7:00 p.m

See the full list of World Cup 2022 matches.

What is the USA’s World Cup record?

The best the USA has done at the World Cup was when they reached the semifinals of the first edition in 1930. The closest they’ve gotten since then was the quarterfinals in 2002.

The USA’s failure to qualify for the 2018 World Cup in Russia ended a streak of seven consecutive World Cup appearances. The USA will be hoping that 2018 was a breakthrough as they reached the knockout stages in three of the four World Cup finals before it.

Latest Odds

The US is currently 100/1 to win the 2022 World Cup

The leading contenders…

  • Brazil 5/1
  • France 13/2
  • England 38/5
  • Argentina 39/5
  • Spain 9/1

Odds correct as of September 27th.

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