US to play Jamaica in April

Updated: 25 February 2007 10:38 IST

The United States will play its next home World Cup warmup game against Jamaica on April 11 at Cary, North Carolina.

US to play Jamaica in April
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The United States will play its next home World Cup warmup game against Jamaica on April 11 at Cary, North Carolina. The US team also will be in Cary for its final pre-World Cup training camp, which starts on May 9 and will run for about two weeks. "The match in Cary is our last game before we make our final decisions on the World Cup roster, so it is obviously an important one for us," US coach Bruce Arena said. The Americans are 3-1-0 in World Cup preparation games this year, and will add Europe-based players to the roster for their next two games, against Poland on March 1 at Kaiserslautern and against Germany on March 22 at Dortmund. After the game against Jamaica, the United States plans to have three friendlies in May before leaving for the World Cup, where the Americans play the Czech Republic, Italy, and Ghana in the first round. (AP)

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