USMNT roster for Sept. 2 friendly in Carson announced

The 24-player roster, which includes Chivas USA’s Heath Pearce, Rolling Hills Estates Robbie Rogers and former Chivas USA midfielder Sacha Kljestan is here.

Note there is no place for Freddy Adu, who was on the roster, but didn’t play against Mexico earlier this month or American-born Joe Corona, the former San Diego State player who now plays in Tijuana and was called up to Mexico’s U-22 team.

Tickets are on sale starting at $20.

The U.S. Men’s National Team will hold a public training session from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday at Home Depot Center. Admission and parking are free.

Fans who plan on attending are requested to register by emailing rsvp@ussoccer.org.

Also, Chivas USA defender Ante Jazic, 35, was called up by Canada for the World cup qualifiers against St. Lucia Sept. 2 and Puerto Rico Sept. 6.

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  • studs & elbows down

    The roster looks like the German and Mexican B teams. : )

    The Klinsmann factor must be behind the open training session. I had a huge argument with the Federation on not opening any of the training sessions last January in LA. I vehemently objected to the one time by invitation only admission for the USSoccer Supporter’s Club members. I thought that was exclusionist and that the National Team should be open to all. This is another step in the right direction. keep it up and Nick thanks for heads up.

  • studs & elbows down

    The roster looks like the German and Mexican B teams. : )

    The Klinsmann factor must be behind the open training session. I had a huge argument with the Federation on not opening any of the training sessions last January in LA. I vehemently objected to the one time by invitation only admission for the USSoccer Supporter’s Club members. I thought that was exclusionist and that the National Team should be open to all. This is another step in the right direction. keep it up and Nick thanks for heads up.

  • studs & elbows down

    The roster looks like the German and Mexican B teams. : )

    The Klinsmann factor must be behind the open training session. I had a huge argument with the Federation on not opening any of the training sessions last January in LA. I vehemently objected to the one time by invitation only admission for the USSoccer Supporter’s Club members. I thought that was exclusionist and that the National Team should be open to all. This is another step in the right direction. keep it up and Nick thanks for heads up.

  • studs & elbows down

    The roster looks like the German and Mexican B teams. : )

    The Klinsmann factor must be behind the open training session. I had a huge argument with the Federation on not opening any of the training sessions last January in LA. I vehemently objected to the one time by invitation only admission for the USSoccer Supporter’s Club members. I thought that was exclusionist and that the National Team should be open to all. This is another step in the right direction. keep it up and Nick thanks for heads up.