While on international duty with the Honduran National Team, Chivas USA’s Marvin Chavez will have the opportunity to add minutes with his national team as they face the United States National Team tonight at 5 p.m. (PT) at the FAU Stadium in Boca Raton, Fla. Will Chavez have the opportunity to be a difference maker in tonight’s game? Watch it live on ESPN, WatchESPN or UniMas.
Mientras continúa la gira de la Selección Nacional de Honduras por Estados Unidos, el mediocampista de Chivas USA Marvin Chávez tendrá la oportunidad de sumar minutos cuando Los Catrachos enfrenten a la Selección Nacional de los EE.UU. esta noche a las 5 p.m. (TP) en el FAU Stadium en Boca Raton, Fla. ¿Tendrá Chávez la oportunidad de marcar la diferencia esta noche? Vea el partido por UniMas, ESPN o WatchESPN.
Chivas USA played sister club Chivas Guadalajara to a 3-3 draw on Wednesday evening in a friendly match in Ciudad Juarez. Giovani Casillas, Jose Correa and Julio Morales each scored for the Rebaño Angelino.
Check out the goals and match highlights:
Chivas USA will face Colorado Rapids Friday night at Sam Boyd Stadium and the Las Vegas Pro Soccer Challenge organizers have provided a live stream of the match. Kicking off at 7:30 pm PT, fans can tune into the game in Las Vegas.
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Juan Agudelo came onto the field in the 64th minute for the United States National Team’s international friendly match against Canada on Tuesday evening in Houston, Texas. The match was the first of the year for the Americans. After 90 minutes, the match ended in a scoreless draw, with the U.S. having the majority of shots on goal.
Up next, the U.S. will travel to San Pedro Sula for their first World Cup Qualifying match in the Semifinal Round against Honduras. Los catrachos come from participating in the 2013 Copa Centroamericana, tournament held from Jan. 18- 27 in Costa Rica. The Hondurans were able to make it to the final match after defeating Belize in the semifinal match, but fell in the championship game to host country Costa Rica. Fans can tune into next Wednesday’s game on beIN Sport at 1 p.m. PT.
We’re less than one month away until Chivas USA face the Colorado Rapids in the first preseason match against an MLS team. The match is scheduled for Friday, Feb. 15 at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas and will kick-off the Las Vegas ProSoccer Challenge.
The last time Chivas USA faced Colorado was at The Home Depot Center when the Rapids defeated the Red-and-White 2-0 on October 20. In the first of three encounters in 2012, the Rapids took a 4-0 win in Dick’s Sporting Goods Park. Juan Pablo Angel scored in the second encounter for the final 1-1 draw with the Rapids.
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Chivas USA’s Marco Delgado and Academy player Ben Spencer joined the U.S. U18 Training Camp last Saturday, November 17 for a one-week camp held in The Home Depot Center. The red, white and blue will face the Canadian U18 squad on Wednesday, Nov. 21 and Friday, Nov. 23 in the Carson stadium as part of the training camp.
The last training camp for the U.S. U18 was back in early September. Both Delgado and Spencer made the ten-day training camp trip to the Netherlands. The American squad earned a 3-1-0 record against the youth ranks of Feyenoord Rotterdam, Borussia Dortmund and Club Brugge. The most impressive win for the U18’s was a 4-2 victory over the home country’s youth national team on Sept. 11.
In four friendly games this year, the U18’s hold a 1-1-2 record, with Academy forward Spencer leading as team scorer with two goals.
Come out and enjoy a pre-Thanksgiving day match and cheer on Chivas USA players at The Home Depot Center; both matches will start at 3 p.m. PT, are open and free to the public. CDChivasUSA.com will be tweeting from the match. Follow us: @cdchivasusa
Juan Agudelo arrived in Russia to join the U.S. National Team ahead of Wednesday's match against the host country in Kuban Stadium. Watch this match live starting at 7 a.m. PT on ESPN2, ESPN3 and Univision Deportes.
Under Jurgen Klinsmann, the U.S. has obtained a record of 11-6-3 (W-L-T) since he took charge of the national team in July 2011. The U.S. has a three-game winning streak; in their last match, the Americans took a 3-1 win over Guatemala in the third round of the CONCACAF World Cup Qualifiers. The match against Russia will be the final game of the year for the Americans before continuing to look for a spot in the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
Agudelo has not appeared with the U.S. National Team since October 2011, when the squad faced Ecuador in an international friendly. The Red-and-White forward is one of three MLS players listed in Klinsmann 20-man roster.
Russia currently sits in ninth place in FIFA standings finishing first in their World Cup qualifying group that includes Portugal and Northern Ireland. After four games, the Russians the finished the stage undefeated with 12 points, eight goals in favor and no goals against.
The first time Juan Agudelo was called-up to the U.S. National Team, he was 17 years old and in his first year in the league with New York Red Bulls. Since then, the Colombian-born forward has made 15 appearances and scored two goals. Agudelo received today his first call-up to the Men's National Team of the year, and is one of three MLS players that will face Russia on Wednesday, November 14 at 7 am PT (WATCH- ESPN2, ESPN3 & Univision Deportes).
In his debut match with the National Team, Agudelo scored his first goal with the squad, becoming the youngest player ever to score for U.S. and giving the American squad the 1-nil victory over the host team South Africa. Check out his goal:
After playing 90 minutes in last Sunday’s SuperClásico, defender Ante Jazic headed to Florida where the Canadian National took their fourth consecutive win, this time, in a friendly match with Trinidad and Tobago that ended with a final 2-0 victory for the Canadians.
The first goal of the match came in the 58th minute when Tosaint Ricketts’ right footed shot from inside the box hit the back of the net. The second and final goal of the match came via penalty kick taken by Real Salt Lake player Will Johnson.
Jazic will reunite with the Goats in Colorado this Friday ahead of the team's match vs Colorado Rapids at Dick's Sporting Goods Park at 6pm PT.
Up next for ‘the Reds’ will be back-to-back games in the 2014 CONCACAF World Cup Qualifiers where they will face Panama on September 7 and 11th; the first match will be disputed in BMO Field in Toronto, Canada and the second in Panama City.
Check out all the highlights from this match:
Defender Ante Jazic is proving he’s still got it. Just today, Jazic received his fourth call-up of the year for the Canadian National Team’s friendly with Trinidad and Tobago scheduled for Wednesday, August 15 at the Central Broward Regional Park in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
"It’s always a privilege to get called-in by your National Team,” said Jazic. “I’m looking forward to playing with the guys, we have a good group. We started the qualification process off well and we’re looking to build momentum with this friendly against Trinidad and Tobago.”
In his international career, Jazic has made 28 appearances with the ‘Reds,’ participating in the team’s first matches in the CONCACAF World Cup Qualifiers earlier this year.