Christian Pulisic, a striker and winger, will don No. 10 for the United States in the World Cup in addition to goalkeeper Matt Turner, who will wear No. 1. Check out complete details about it below.
Christian Pulisic will wear the No. 10 jersey for the United States at the World Cup.
A week prior to the Americans’ first World Cup match since 2014 against Wales at Al Rayyan, Qatar, the U.S. squad revealed their jersey numbers on Monday. The lone member of the roster from eight years ago, DeAndre Yedlin, will don No. 22 as opposed to No. 2 on the uniform.
22 of the 26 players were in Qatar prior to Monday’s practise; Sergio Dest, Weston McKennie, Tim Weah, and Haji Wright were slated to arrive later that day after their respective European teams’ scheduled Sunday league matches.
Peter Vermes (1990), Roy Wegerle (1994), Tab Ramos (1998), Claudio Reyna (2002 and 2006), Landon Donovan (2010), and Mix Diskerud all previously reached the No. 10 position.
Turner takes over for Tony Meola, who held the number one spot in 1990 and 1994, Brad Friedel in 1998 and 2002, and Tim Howard in 2006, 2010 and 2014.
Some other jersey numbers are Walker Zimmerman No. 3, Tyler Adams No. 4, Antonee Robinson No. 5, Yunus Musah No. 6, Gio Reyna No. 7, McKennie No. 8, Jess Ferreira No. 9, Brenden Aaronson No. 11, Ethan Horvath No. 12, Tim Ream No. 13, Luca de la Torre No. 14, Aaron Long No. 15, Jordan Morris No. 16, Cristian Roldan No. 17, Shaq Moore No. 18, Wright No. 19, Cameron
Donovan wore No. 21 between 2002 and 2006.
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