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International

06 December 1:17 pm

The matches have been set. Who will you be cheering for, and which groups do you think have the toughest road to the second round?

Group        
A Brazil Croatia Mexico Cameroon
B Spain Netherlands Chile Australia
C Colombia Greece Côte d’Ivoire Japan
D Uruguay Costa Rica England Italy
E Switzerland Ecuador France Honduras
F Argentina Iran Bosnia Nigeria
G Germany Portugal Ghana United States
H Belgium Algeria Russia South Korea

 

14 January 12:39 pm

Former D.C. United defender Jeff Agoos – who helped lead the club to three MLS Cups in the first four MLS seasons – sat down with USsoccer.com to discuss the beginning of his National Team career. The U.S. Soccer Federation has been in operation since 1913, and is celebrating its Centennial this year.

On January 10, 1988, still at UVA under Head Coach Bruce Arena, Agoos received his first cap with the U.S. Men’s National Team (USMNT). The squad played in a friendly against Guatemala and, in the second of the two-game series, Agoos recorded his first international goal. Describing it as a simple tap-in, Agoos would go on to score three more times in 132 additional USMNT appearances, and would be on the roster for two FIFA World Cups.