USMNT announces full 2022 FIFA World Cup 26-man squad for Qatar originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston
The wait is finally over.
After months of speculation and debate, manager Gregg Berhalter has announced the full 26-man squad for the United States men’s national soccer team competing at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
The U.S. will be competing in Group B along with England, Wales and Iran. England is announcing its squad on Thursday while Iran hasn’t set an official date yet. Wales unveiled its squad earlier on Wednesday that includes Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey.
Here’s a look at all 26 players Berhalter chose to represent the USMNT:
Matt Turner, Arsenal
Sean Johnson, NYCFC
Ethan Horvath, Luton Town
RB/LB Sergino Dest, AC Milan
CB Walker Zimmerman, Nashville
RB DeAndre Yedlin, Inter Miami
LB Antonee Robinson, Fulham
CB Tim Ream, Fulham
RB/LB Joe Scally, Monchengladbach
RB Shaq Moore, Nashville
CB Cameron Carter-Vickers, Celtic
CB Aaron Long, New York Red Bulls
CAM/CM Brenden Aaronson, Leeds United
CDM Kellyn Acosta, LAFC
CDM Tyler Adams, Leeds United
CM Luca De La Torre, Celta Vigo
CM Weston McKinnie, Juventus
CM Yunus Musah, Valencia
CAM/CM Cristian Roldan, Seattle Sounders
LW Christian Pulisic, Chelsea
CF Jesus Ferreira, FC Dallas
LW Jordan Morris, Seattle Sounders
LW/RW Gio Reyna, Borussia Dortmund
ST Josh Sargent, Norwich City
RW/LW Tim Weah, LOSC Lille
ST Haji Wright, Antalyaspor
The U.S. will open play against Wales on Monday, Nov. 21, followed by England on Friday, Nov. 25 and Iran on Tuesday, Nov. 29 to round out the group stage. All kick-off times are slated for 2 p.m. ET.