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USMNT confirms participation in Copa America 2024 through captain Tyler Adams

What was an open secret has finally been confirmed, and the United States mens national team is already part of the squad that will take part in the next Copa America 2024. It was their captain, Tyler Adams, who was interviewed by NBC to say that they will take the Conmebol tournament as preparation for the 2026 World Cup.

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United States, Canada and Mexico will jointly host the next World Cup in 2026, so they will not be in the CONCACAF qualifiers, so they are looking for alternatives to keep their respective national teams in shape and at a good competitive level.

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"One of the things we lacked before this first World Cup is that it took us a long time to get our best players together on the field and in camp. Some of us got injured, some of us weren't healthy, we missed the opportunity to maximize our time together," the Leeds United player and U.S. national team captain began.

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"We have the CONCACAF Nations League, we're going to have the opportunity to play in the Copa America, which will be huge for us. If you can get your guys healthy in tournaments like that, you gain experience and, hopefully, some younger guys are coming through at this point," said the man who inherited the captain's hat from Landon Donovan, the original Captain America

There is still no official confirmation from CONMEBOL of the participation of Canada, the United States and Mexico in the next Copa América in 2024, but the three countries already consider it a fact in which they will be able to maintain a rhythm of play and get a chance to test themselves against rivals of a higher level than the CONCACAF nations.

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