USMNT World Cup qualifying venues will be in El Salvador, Honduras and Canada

The United States Men’s National Team will host El Salvador in Columbus, Ohio, Jan. 27, and Honduras in St. Paul, Minnesota, Feb. 2 during the upcoming World Cup qualifying window, announced on Wednesday. US Soccer.

The games will be part of a three-game window, which includes a trip to face No. 1 Canada on January 30.

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Le Washington Post reported that Canada chose Hamilton, Ont., to host the game against the United States.

“As we have seen throughout the qualifying process so far, the great stadiums and the right atmosphere provide a huge advantage for our team,” said USMNT head coach Gregg Berhalter in a statement. communicated.

“We have had fantastic experiences in Columbus and the Twin Cities and we look forward to continuing our World Cup qualifying campaign in front of our fans. “

With six games remaining in the 14-game qualifying round, the United States is in second place with 15 points – one point behind Canada and one point ahead of Mexico and Panama. The top three teams will automatically qualify for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, while fourth place will play in a qualifying match.

El Salvador (seventh) and Honduras (eighth) are at the bottom of the CONCACAF rankings. In away games for the United States, they drew with El Salvador, 0-0, and beat Honduras, 4-1. Canada, which drew 1-1 with the United States in Nashville, is the only undefeated team in CONCACAF (four wins, four draws).

Kick-off times for matches will be announced at a later date.

The final three-game qualifying window will take place at the end of March, with the United States scheduled to host Panama and play in both Costa Rica and Mexico.