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USMNT vs. Bolivia: Starting XI & Lineup Highlights

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USMNT vs. Bolivia: Starting XI & Lineup Highlights

Starting XI:

  1. Matt Turner
  2. Chris Richards
  3. Tyler Adams
  4. Antonee Robinson
  5. Gio Reyna
  6. Weston McKennie
  7. Christian Pulisic (Captain)
  8. Tim Ream
  9. Folarin Balogun
  10. Tim Weah
  11. Joe Scally

Substitutes:

  1. Ethan Horvath
  2. Sean Johnson
  3. Cameron Carter-Vickers
  4. Yunus Musah
  5. Ricardo Pepi
  6. Brenden Aaronson
  7. Miles Robinson
  8. Luca de la Torre
  9. Johnny Cardoso
  10. Shaq Moore
  11. Malik Tillman
  12. Haji Wright
  13. Kristoffer Lund
  14. Mark McKenzie
  15. Josh Sargent

Game Notes & Highlights

Cap Numbers: Including today’s match, Christian Pulisic has 69 caps, Tim Ream 59, Weston McKennie 54, Antonee Robinson 44, Matt Turner 42, Tyler Adams 40, Tim Weah 40, Gio Reyna 29, Chris Richards 19, Folarin Balogun 13, and Joe Scally 12.

Caps in Official Competition: Christian Pulisic (48), Matt Turner (32), Weston McKennie (31), Tim Ream (30), Antonee Robinson (28), Tyler Adams (22), Tim Weah (20), Gio Reyna (17), Chris Richards (10), Folarin Balogun (7), Joe Scally (6).

Average Age: Today’s lineup averages 25 years and 339 days, the second-oldest in a group-stage match under Gregg Berhalter, after the lineup against Haiti in the 2021 Concacaf Gold Cup.

Experience: The Starting XI averages 37.3 caps overall and 22 in official competitions.

Lineup Changes: Tyler Adams and Folarin Balogun are added to the lineup. Adams last started at AT&T Stadium, scoring the winning goal against Mexico in the Concacaf Nations League Final on March 24. Balogun returns to the starting lineup after coming off the bench against Brazil.

Veterans and Debuts: Christian Pulisic makes his fourth appearance in the Copa América. The other ten starters make their tournament debuts.

Captain Pulisic: Pulisic captains the team for the 24th time, tying Kasey Keller for seventh on the all-time USMNT captain’s list. The team has a 16W-3L-4D record with Pulisic as captain.

Milestones: Pulisic, Sargent, and Weah scored their first international goals against Bolivia. Antonee Robinson debuted and registered his first assist against Bolivia.

Goalkeeper Milestone: Matt Turner, on the last day of his 20s, earns his 32nd cap in official competition, tying Brad Friedel for fourth all-time among USMNT goalkeepers.

Oldest Field Player: At 36 years and 261 days, Tim Ream becomes the oldest field player to appear for the USA in Copa América.

First Tournament Group-Stage Match: Folarin Balogun makes his first tournament group-stage appearance for the USA.

Consistent Backline: The backline of Antonee Robinson, Tim Ream, Chris Richards, and Joe Scally starts together for the third consecutive match.

Local Ties: Weston McKennie and Chris Richards, both FC Dallas products, start near where they played for the club’s academy. Substitutes Shaq Moore and Ricardo Pepi also came up in the FC Dallas Academy.

Return of Sargent: Substitute Josh Sargent is available for selection for the first time during the summer window. If he plays, it will be his first USMNT appearance since the 1-0 win against Iran at the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

Dallas-Fort Worth Record: The USMNT is unbeaten in its last 18 matches in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, with a 13W-1L-5D all-time record. The team is 5-0-0 at AT&T Stadium.

Historical Record vs. Bolivia: The USMNT has a 2W-2L-4D all-time record against Bolivia.

Coach’s Record: Gregg Berhalter has a record of 43W-15L-13D in 71 matches as USMNT head coach and 28W-7L-7D in 42 matches in official competitions.

Substitution Rules: Five substitutions are allowed in three different moments. Halftime does not count as a substitution moment.

Referee: Tonight’s match is officiated by Maurizio Mariani of Italy, the only center referee at the 2024 Copa América from outside the Concacaf and CONMEBOL regions. This is his first USMNT match.