England will play Honduras at Sun Life Stadium in Miami in early June as part of their 2014 World Cup preparations, according to a report tonight in The Mirror.
Last year, Roy Hodgson traveled to Miami to evaluate whether the training facilities would be good enough for England before they head to Brazil this summer. According to The Mirror, England will play Peru in a friendly at Wembley on May 28 before heading to Florida two days later to prepare for the match against Honduras, who have also qualified for Brazil 2014.
While details are still sketchy and The FA have yet to confirm details, England are also supposed to play another friendly in the States before they head to Brazil on June 8. The Mirror says the second friendly will be in Miami, too, against a team yet to be confirmed, but there were reports late last year that England would play the United States in either Boston or Washington DC.
As soon as we have more details, we’ll share them with you. But for now, we know that England are scheduled to play Honduras in sunny South Florida in early June.
Here are tonight’s world soccer news headlines:
- West Ham’s traveling fans call on Sam Allardyce to go after 6-0 thrashing — The Guardian
- Man United defender Chris Smalling apologizes for dressing as a suicide Jager bomber — Dirty Tackle
- Sir Alex Ferguson seems to have set aside retirement to haunt David Moyes — The Guardian
- Premier League aims to pit BSkyB against BT in early TV rights sale — The Telegraph
- Everton have agreed a pre-contract with Spartak Moscow midfielder Aiden McGeady — The Mail
- Why Suárez can’t keep up his scoring rate — Stats Bomb
- David Moyes denies Man Utd are on brink of signing Fabio Coentrao — Sky Sports
- John Terry threatened to break my legs, reveals Sydney FC’s Corey Gameiro — Sydney Morning Herald
- West Brom close in on Thomas Schaaf as their new manager — Metro
- Swansea City in talks to sign Blackpool winger Tom Ince — BBC Sport
- Swansea the latest club to eye Andrew Robertson — The Herald Scotland
- Arsène Wenger steps up interest in Alvaro Morata — The Telegraph
- Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain gives Arsenal a boost by returning to full training — Metro
- Argentine defender close to Black Cats transfer — The Mirror
- Newcastle fans warned to expect little activity in January window — Metro
- Paris Saint-Germain and Monaco set to battle it out for Spurs’ Kyle Walker — The Mirror
- Roy Keane’s view highlights the ugly side of the beautiful game — Evening Standard
- West Ham in talks with Inter Milan to sign striker Ishak Belfodil — 101GG
- Fulham’s Bryan Ruiz set to depart Cottage with Real Betis keen to recruit striker on loan — The Mail
- Train hero Cardiff City fan John Noctor honored by club — BBC Sport
- Howard Webb named world’s best referee despite high profile mistakes — Metro
- Daniel Agger could be out for months rather than weeks with calf injury — The Mail
- NASL player traded to team in exchange for hotel accommodations and transportation — 90 Minutes Strong
- Minnesota United joining forces with Twins to explore possibility of landing MLS team — SBI
- Toronto FC completes move for Jermain Defoe — Toronto Sun
- Michael Bradley to Toronto done, set to earn $6.5 million per season after $7-$10 million transfer fee — Pro Soccer Talk
- Xabi Alonso extends Real Madrid contract until 2016 — Real Madrid
- Lionel Messi scores two goals in 26 minutes in first action in two months — Pro Soccer Talk
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