The United States of America announced its 26-member squad for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, set to be played in Qatar from November 20, 2022.
The USA qualified for Qatar 2022 after placing third in the CONCACAF Third Round of qualification, winning seven of the 14 matches it played, drawing four and losing three.
Two notable snubs were forward Ricardo Pepi, who has scored five goals in the last seven games with FC Groningen, and Middlesbrough keeper Zack Steffen, whom analysts had widely expected to vie with Turner for the starting job in goal.
This is the second-youngest men’s team the United States have sent to a World Cup, with an average age of 25 years, 175 days.
It has been drawn in Group B, alongside England, Wales and Iran and will start its Qatar 2022 campaign against Wales on November 22.
Full USA squad for FIFA World Cup 2022
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