The U.S. women’s national team is set to face Japan in a rematch of the 2014 World Cup in which the U.K. won the tournament.
The U.W.S.’s Stephanie McCollum will wear the yellow and blue as the Americans take on Japan on Saturday.
She’s already made a name for herself in the women’s game, having scored in two consecutive World Cups.
She will start in goal for the U-20 team against Japan and has a goal against England in the World Cup semifinal.
McCollu’s goal against the UBS Women’s World Cup Team is her second against the English, following a goal in the semifinal against Russia.
McCollum will play in her third World Cup appearance.
She also made her international debut against Japan in 2014, helping the U.-20s win the tournament with a 1-0 win.
The 2017 World Cup winner was the leading scorer in the tournament, and made her senior debut against the United States in the final.
McCrossum had two goals and an assist in the U20s’ 1-1 draw with the Americans.
The 20-year-old McCollam scored two goals in four matches in the 2015 FIFA Women’s Under-20 World Cup.
She was also named the tournament’s top scorer with four goals and six assists.