The USMNT takes on Uruguay for the first time in 17 years looking to rebound after a chastening 3-0 defeat against Mexico.
The USMNT takes on Mexico in a friendly on Friday night two months after losing to El Tri in the Gold Cup final.
USMNT and Mexico meet in the Gold Cup final for the first time in eight years as the Americans look to defend their title.
The two pre-tournament favorites meet in the Gold Cup final at Soldier Field in Chicago on Sunday evening.
The defending champions take on Jamaica in the repeat of the 2017 final looking the right to play Mexico.
Mexico takes on Haiti on Tuesday, while USMNT plays Jamaica in a rematch of the 2017 final on Wednesday.
Three soccer tournaments reach their climax early in July, while Wimbledon and the Tour de France both get underway.
The defending champions have already qualified for the quarterfinals and need just a point against Panama to win Group D.
The USMNT looks for a second win in two games as it faces the team that eliminated them from World Cup qualification in 2017.
Mexico has already qualified for the quarter-finals and the U.S. could join El Tri with a win over Trinidad and Tobago on Saturday.
Team USA makes its Gold Cup debut against Guyana on Tuesday night, but coach Gregg Berhalter's plans have been disrupted by injuries.
The 15th edition of the tournament gets underway on Saturday with the U.S. and Mexico again the main favorites.
The biennial tournament kicks off on Saturday, June 15 as the USMNT bids to defend its title on home soil.
It's the beginning of a new era for the United States men's national soccer team.
There's still plenty of interest to be found.
All Bruce Arena's team needed on Tuesday night was a point from Trinidad & Tobago, but now they'll watch the World Cup on television.
Lose, and the USMNT will be watching the 2018 World Cup from their couches.
Bruce Arena's team has to beat Panama on Friday or will watch next year's World Cup from the couch.