Soccer legends like Landon Donovan and DaMarcus Beasley, who first exploded onto the international stage at the 1999 FIFA U-17 World Cup as the USA finished fourth. EYES ON THE WORLD CUP: The USA has a history of success at this tournament, qualifying for a record 17 FIFA U-17 World Cups, tied with Brazil for the most all-time. Ten Concacaf nations have qualified for the U-17 World Cup. Behind the USA’s 17 appearances are Mexico (14), Costa Rica (10), Canada (seven), Honduras (five), Cuba, Haiti, Jamaica, Panama and Trinidad and Tobago (two each). CONCACAF U-17 HISTORY: This year marks the 20th edition of the Concacaf U-17 Championship.
The tournament began in 1983 as the Concacaf U-16 Championship, qualified two teams to the FIFA U-17 World Cup from 1985-2005 and at least four teams from 2007 to now. The U. has participated in 19 of 20 Concacaf U-17 Championships, including each tournament since 1985. By winning the 1983 Concacaf U-16 Championship, the USA had already qualified for the 1985 U-16 World Championship. The U. has taken home the Concacaf U-17 Championship three times, most recently in 2011 with a team featuring current USMNT players Kellyn Acosta and Paul Arriola. The USA has also finished runner-up seven times, with its 10 top-two finishes the most in competition history.
PREVIEW: U-17 MYNT Kicks Off World Cup Qualifying In Guatemala | U. S. Soccer Official WebsiteU. Under-17 Men’s Youth National Team 2023 Concacaf U-17 Championship Estadio Pensativo; Antigua, Guatemala Estadio Doroteo Guamuch Flores; Guatemala City, Guatemala Feb. 11-26, 2023U-17 MYNT STARTS CONCACAF U-17 CHAMPIONSHIP: The U. Under-17 Men’s Youth National Team will begin its journey at the 2023 Concacaf U-17 Championship on Saturday, Feb.
), Edwyn Mendoza (San Jose Earthquakes; 6/0; San Francisco, Calif. ), Paulo Rudisill (LA Galaxy; 8/1; Irvine, Calif. ), Pedro Soma (UE Cornella/ESP; 7/0; Coconut Creek, Fla. ) FORWARDS (5): Micah Burton (Austin FC; 7/2; Mounds View, Minn. ), Keyrol Figueroa (Liverpool/ENG; Warrington, U. K. ), Brian Romero (Charlotte FC; 7/1; Concord, N. C. ), Ezekiel Soto (Houston Dynamo FC; 8/3; Menifee, Calif. ) David Vasquez (Philadelphia Union; 3/0; Los Angeles, Calif.
Mexico U17 vs Curaçao U17: LiveScore, Live Stream +
Men's Under-17 - Concacaf
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Seven players have been called up to seven of the eight U-17 training camps since the cycle kicked off in November 2021: defenders Christian Diaz, Hall and Oscar Verhoeven, midfielders Medina and Edwyn Mendoza plus forwards Micah Burton and Ezekiel Soto. Every player has appeared in at least one training camp. Five players are tied for the team lead with eight international caps: defenders Hall and Verhoeven, midfielders Medina and Paulo Rudisill plus Soto. Soto is also the team’s leading scorer this cycle with three goals. SPRINGBOARD TO SENIOR USMNT: The U-17 MYNT has long been an important step in development towards the senior USMNT. Of the 26 players who represented the USA at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, 10 also played for the U.
) ROSTER NOTES: The roster features players from 16 clubs, including 11 from Major League Soccer. Three players come from the San Jose Earthquakes. Midfielder Cruz Medina (San Jose) and forward Brian Romero (Charlotte FC) are MLS Homegrown Players. Eight players have already made their professional debuts in MLS Next Pro and the USL Championship: goalkeepers Adam Beaudry and Duran Ferree, defenders Tyler Hall, Stuart Hawkins and Sawyer Jura, midfielders Medina and Paulo Rudisill plus forward David Vasquez. Four players are based abroad in Spain (two), England and Germany, including midfielder Adrian Gill at Spanish power FC Barcelona and forward Keyrol Figueroa at English giant Liverpool.
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