USA to Face Germany on Oct. 14 at Pratt & Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field in East
Hartford; USMNT Will Make First Visit to GEODIS Park in Nashville on Oct. 17 Against Ghana

CHICAGO (May 30, 2023) – The U.S. Men’s National Team will host four-time World Cup
champion Germany and Ghana in two high-profile friendly matches this October in preparation
for its quarterfinal matches in the Concacaf Nations League the following month.

The U.S. first faces Germany on Oct. 14 in East Hartford, Conn. Kickoff from Pratt & Whitney
Stadium at Rentschler Field
is set for 3 p.m. ET and the match will be available live on Warner
Bros. Discovery platforms, Telemundo and Peacock. Three days later, the USA takes on The
Black Stars in its first visit to GEODIS Park in Nashville, Tenn. The match will kickoff at 8:30
p.m. ET and be available on Warner Bros. Discovery platforms, Universo and Peacock.

Germany boasts talent from some of the top clubs in Europe and are preparing to host the 2024
UEFA Championship. Ghana has twice knocked the United States out of World Cups (2006,
2010) and will be seeking their first win on U.S. soil in the all-time series.

Presales for the match will begin Wednesday, Jul. 5, with the public sale beginning on Thurs.,
Jul. 13.

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Presale Schedule for USMNT vs. Germany and Ghana
Circle Insiders Presale (Circle Insiders) Wednesday, Jul. 5 | 10 a.m. local time
Venue Presale Wednesday, Jul. 5 | 10 a.m. local time
VIP Insiders Presale (VIP Insiders) Thursday, Jul. 6 | 10 a.m. local time
Premium Insiders Presale (Premium & Premium
Family Insiders)
Friday, Jul. 7 | 10 a.m. local time
Standard Insiders Presale (Standard Insiders) Tuesday, Jul. 11 | 10 a.m. local time
Visa Presale (Visa cardholders only) Wednesday, Jul. 12 | 10 a.m. local time
Public Sale Thursday, Jul. 13 | 10 a.m. local time

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While the USMNT holds a 4-7-0 record against the four-time World Cup champs, the team has
been successful in two of the last three matches. The USA defeated Die Mannschaft 4-3 in U.S.
Soccer’s Centennial Celebration Match on June 2, 2013, in Washington, D.C. Two years later in
Cologne, Germany, a late game-winner from Bobby Wood lifted the USA to a 2-1 win on June
10, 2015 — less than a year after they captured the 2014 FIFA World Cup. The teams have also
met three times in World Cup competition, with the USA falling 2-1 in 1998 before the Germans
ended the USA’s farthest run in a World Cup in 72 years by snatching a 1-0 win in the
quarterfinal of the 2002 tournament. The U.S. also narrowly surrendered a 1-0 win in the last
match of group play during Germany’s run to the 2014 World Cup title.

Having met four times in their history, the series is perfectly split with each side collecting two
wins with matching 2-1 score lines. Remarkably, three of the four meetings have taken place in
World Cups, with Ghana getting the edge in the 2006 and 2010 while the USA snatched the
opening group game in 2014 in Brazil. Most recently, first-time goal scorers Kellyn Acosta and
Dom Dwyer along with a penalty save by goalkeeper Brad Guzan lifted the USA to a 2-1 win on
July 1, 2017, in Hartford – the same venue of the upcoming Germany game. Always one of the
top contenders in African football, Ghana has qualified for four of the past five World Cups.

While the USMNT will play at the sparkling new GEODIS Park for the first time, the team is no
stranger to Hartford or Nashville.

Pratt & Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field has played host to USMNT games seven times
since 2005. The U.S. collected a 1-0 shutout win at the venue against Trinidad and Tobago
during final round qualifying for the 2006 World Cup with Brian McBride notching the game
winner. The stadium also hosted a World Cup Send-Off match (2006), a Gold Cup group stage
game (2013) and Landon Donovan’s last match for the United States (2014). Overall, the USA
is 4-1-2 at the stadium and 5-1-2 in Hartford overall.

Nashville has a similar history as the USMNT has compiled a 4-2-2 record in Music City across
multiple competitions. In 2009, a 19-year-old Jozy Altidore became the youngest U.S. player to
score a hat-trick in the 3-0 win against Trinidad & Tobago in World Cup Qualifying. In 2018,
Tyler Adams netted his first career international goal in the 1-0 shutout against rivals Mexico,
and a year later a Weston McKennie goal plus two from Christian Pulisic paced the U.S. to a 3-1
win against Jamaica in the Concacaf Gold Cup semifinal.