Although nothing official has been announced yet, The FA are in talks with the USSF to finalize a friendly with England to be played on US soil in May or early June. The location of the game is yet to be determined, but it’s very likely that England will play another game on US soil in Miami prior to heading to Brazil for World Cup 2014.
According to the Evening Standard newspaper,
“England will travel to the United States to play their national team at a location decided by the US federation before heading down to Miami for a week-long training camp designed to help the squad adjust to different climes.
“It is expected that England will play one final friendly in the Miami Dolphins stadium before traveling to Rio De Janeiro.”
In which city do you think England should play the US Men’s National Team in a friendly? And who would you like to see England play in Miami? Have your say in the comments section below.
Here are today’s world soccer news headlines:
- England step up pre-World Cup 2014 plans — Evening Standard
- England move up to 10th place but miss out on top seeding for World Cup — The Mirror
- Roy Hodgson forced to apologise in bizarre race row after making joke about England winger Andros Townsend — Telegraph
- ‘Kick and Run’ author Jonathan Wilson’s 11 favorite works of soccer literature — FlavorWire
- Switzerland coach Ottmar Hitzfeld will retire after tournament in Brazil — Independent
- Brazil legend Romario criticises Fifa for ‘robbing the Brazilian people’ — The Telegraph
- England will play Chile in next international at Wembley — The Mail
- UEFA EURO 2016 announces slogan for tournament ‘Le Rendez-Vous’ — UEFA
- Angel Rangel: Swansea City must kill Sunderland on the field — Evening Post
- Premier League clubs to introduce reciprocal price deals for away fans — BBC Sport
- Newcastle strike deal with West Brom and Swansea City for cheap away days for supporters — Independent
- How Newcastle are trying to lead a revolution in away ticket pricing — Newcastle Chronicle
- New images of how Manchester City’s home could look after expansion to 61,000 capacity — MEN
- Sunderland v Southampton match rearranged to avoid home clash with Newcastle United — Newcastle Chronicle
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