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United States men's national under-18 soccer team

United States Under-18
Nickname(s) Team USA
The Stars and Stripes[1][2]
The Yanks
Association United States
Soccer Federation
Confederation CONCACAF
Head coach Javier Perez

The United States U-18 Men's National Soccer team is the national under-18 association football team of the United States and is controlled by the United States Soccer Federation.

The U.S. Under-18 Men’s National Team serves as a transition for players between the Under-17 National Team and the Under-20 National Team. In 2014, the Under-18 age group will consist of players born on Jan. 1, 1997 or later.

Though the team does not compete in a world championship, head coach Javier Perez [3] and his squad will compete in international tournaments and hold several domestic training camps throughout the year.

Fixtures and results


Current squad

The following 20 players were named to the roster for the 2014 International tournament of Vaclav Jezek.

GK- JT Marcinkowski GK- Jonathan Klinsmann DF- Malcolm Jones DF- Justen Glad DF- Cameron Carter-Vickers DF- Mauricio Pineda DF- Pablo Pelaez DF- Kyle Duncan MF- Ben Swanson MF- Mukwelle Akale MF- Jackson Yueill MF- Collin Fernandez MF- Cameron Lindley MF- Sean Wilson FW- Sebastian Saucedo FW- Sebastian Elney FW- Victor Mansaray FW- Jorge Ruiz FW- Coy Craft FW- Haji Wright


  1. ^ " – World Cup 2010 Preview: USA – Algeria". Retrieved June 22, 2010. 
  2. ^ "Newsweek". Retrieved June 22, 2010. 
  3. ^ Javier Perez Appointed Men's U-18 head coach

See also

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