USMNT to face Colombia in Copa America warm-up in June

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The United States men's national team will play Colombia in an exhibition match at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland, on June 8 ahead of the Copa America.

The game, announced Tuesday, falls on a FIFA international fixture date, which means top Europe-based players will be available.

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The U.S. may also play an additional exhibition a few days later.

"As we continue to build toward this summer's Copa America and the 2026 FIFA World Cup, we relish the challenge of competing against the best possible opponents and Colombia checks that box," USMNT head coach Gregg Berhalter said.

"They have been a standout team in World Cup Qualifying and showcase some of the world's top talent. We are thrilled to have the U.S. Men's National Team back to FedExField and the DMV, a place with an incredible history of support for our team and for soccer overall."

The Americans open the Copa America, hosted in the U.S., against Bolívia in Arlington, Texas, on June 23, play Panama four days later in Atlanta and close group play July 1 against Uruguay in Kansas City, Missouri.

Colombia opens against Paraguay in Houston on June 24, plays Costa Rica or Honduras four days later in Glendale, Arizona, and finishes the first round against Brazil on July 2 at Santa Clara, California.

Information from the Associated Press contributed to this report.