2017 Schedule

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2017 Schedule
15dESPN staff

U.S.'s Weah makes debut for PSG at 18

Paris Saint-Germain handed a debut to U.S youth international Timothy Weah, the son of former Ballon d'Or winner George Weah, in Saturday's 2-0 win.

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16dJonathan Johnson

PSG name U.S.'s Weah in first-team squad

U.S youth international Timothy Weah has been included in the PSG senior squad for the first time as coach Unai Emery looks to preserve many regulars.

102dESPN staff

Pulisic among U.S. Soccer POTY nominees

Jozy Altidore, Michael Bradley, Clint Dempsey, Jordan Morris and Christian Pulisic have been nominated for U.S. Soccer Male Player of the Year.

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150dJeff Carlisle

U.S. set to select interim coach - sources

The decision on who will manage the U.S. men's national team for next month's friendly against Portugal will be made some time this weekend.

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152dESPN staff

Up to U17s to give U.S. 'hope' - Hackworth

United States under-17 coach John Hackworth told his players that it was up to them "to give hope to our country" after the senior U.S. team's failure

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153dJonathan Selvaraj

Weah makes name for himself with hat-trick

He has forever been under the shadow of his father George Weah, but on Monday, 17-year-old Timothy showed that he isn't too shabby at football either.

AP Photo/Rajanish Kakade
154dDebayan Sen

James Sands: We are expecting a deep run

James Sands has been instrumental in keeping USA's defence a miserly one at the World Cup but must now take another tough test against Paraguay.

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160dJonathan Selvaraj in Delhi

'Lucky' USA make Ghana pay for costly misses

A profligate Ghana were made to rue an empty-net miss from Eric Ayiah, as USA pounced to steal a 1-0 win in Delhi.

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U.S. beat Ghana to reach U-17 Round of 16

Substitute Ayo Akinola's 75th minute strike helped USA beat Ghana 1-0 and become the first team to enter the round of 16.

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162dDebayan Sen

U.S. dominates in U-17 World Cup opener

Josh Sargent, Chris Durkin and Andrew Carleton scored goals as the U.S. had little trouble in a 3-0 win over India in front of 45,000 in New Delhi.

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163dESPN staff

India outclassed in first ever World Cup outing

Goals from Joshua Sargent, Christopher Durkin and Andrew Carleton helped USA beat hosts India 3-0 in their opening Group A match of the FIFA U17 WC.

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164dJeff Carlisle

Weah OK with famous father comparison

Tim Weah isn't bothered by comparisons to his father, former FIFA World Player of the Year George Weah. Instead, the U.S. U17 star embraces them.

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164dJonathan Selvaraj in Delhi

Underdogs India bank on home support in WC opener

India coach Luis Matos says the hosts will play as a unit and fight hard to stop the attack-minded US team in their U-17 World Cup opener.

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165dJonathan Selvaraj

USA hope football will heal scars of Vegas and Irma

Upon arrival in India, the US U17 team have had to go through plenty emotionally after learning about Las Vegas ahead of their WC opener against India

AP Photo/Arnulfo Franco
177dJeff Carlisle

Sargent, Weah in U.S. Under-17 WC squad

United States under-17 national team manager John Hackworth has named his 23-player roster that will represent the U.S. at next month's U-17 World Cup

17-year-old Sargent chose Bremen for 'feeling like home' (2:03)
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184dJeff Carlisle

Whitecaps add U.S. youth product Barbir

The Vancouver Whitecaps have signed former U.S. U-17 international Danny Barbir to the team's reserve side, Whitecaps FC 2 in USL.

2017 WC U17 Ladder

Ghana U173201+46
Colombia U173201+26
United States U173201+26
India U173003-80
Paraguay U173300+59
Mali U173201+46
New Zealand U173012-41
Turkey U173012-51
Iran U173300+99
Germany U173201-16
Guinea U173012-41
Costa Rica U173012-41
Brazil U173300+59
Spain U173201+56
Niger U173102-53
North Korea U173003-50
France U173300+119
Japan U173111+44
Honduras U173102-43
New Caledonia U173012-111
England U173300+99
Iraq U173111-14
Mexico U173021-12
Chile U173012-71

RankingsU-17 World Cup

Goal Difference4Tied-8th
Goals Scored117th
Goals Conceded7Tied-9th