As the United States prepares for its third straight World Cup in Russia, it has been busy preparing for the 2016 world cup.
The team has already been practicing ahead of the match against Colombia, but the players will need to get back on the field to prepare for the opening round of play.
In fact, many of the players on the U.S. squad were absent from the first-round match against Japan last month, and the squad is expected to play in the second round on Thursday.
That means the U-20 team has not yet started practicing on the sidelines for the first match against Ecuador.
However, it is not a bad start for the U20s, which are now the U21s’ top-ranked team in the world.
With the U17s currently ranked No. 2 in the rankings, the U18s will look to bounce back from a 3-0 defeat to England on Wednesday.
The U18 squad is already on pace to finish in the top half of the standings.
The players who are set to make their senior debuts in Russia include U.C.L.A. product Jordan Phillips, who has been training with the U19s.
The 19-year-old, who started his professional career with the San Jose Earthquakes, has made a name for himself as a left-footed striker.
Phillips has been selected to the U23s squad ahead of defender Jalen Robinson.
The 18-year old, who was recently named the U15 World Cup player of the year, is one of the top U.T.
A players in the country.
The 20-year age group has also been active, with midfielder Jordan Brown, who recently joined the U16s, joining the U10s.
Brown, the team’s leading scorer, will make his debut for the team on Wednesday night, but he is expected back for a second consecutive game on Sunday against Ecuador, where the U12s will host the U14s.