most capped fan

Discussion in 'USA Men: Fans & Travel' started by The Voice of Reason!, May 6, 2011.

  1. DestroyerDaMarc

    Dec 8, 2005
    New York
    Club:
    Newcastle Jets
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    Will be 7 with the Spain and Canada games. Plus if I can; make it 8 with the Gold Cup final. On the current side of things all of them have been local so Canada will be my first "away" cap with hopefully the Mexico being my first "international" one.

    Here are my 5 so far

    USA-Argentina 2008
    USA-Czech Republic 2010
    USA-Turkey 2010
    USA-Brazil 2010
    USA-Argentina 2011
     
  2. CBlake

    CBlake Member

    May 20, 2007
    North of somewhere
    Club:
    Toronto FC
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    I am a newbie with two so far, it will be four as I am going to the Spain game in Boston and Canada game in Detroit. Most likely will be five as I am also going to the GC Quarter-Final in Washington.

    I had a 16 year gap between my first USA game and the second. I went to the USA Switzerland group stage match in Detroit during the 1994 World Cup and then the Brazil friendly last August.
     
  3. Smurfquake

    Smurfquake Moderator
    Staff Member

    Aug 8, 2000
    San Carlos, CA
    Club:
    San Jose Earthquakes
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    (Sorry, didn't check in for a few days.)

    Being married was not much of an issue. I took my then-fiance to Seattle for the US-Venezuela game in 2003, under the guise of, hey, let's go up to Seattle so you can meet my brother who lives up there, and as long as we're there, let's see a soccer game. That works sometimes -- it probably would have worked for WCQs in the Caribbean if there had been any handy, but maybe not so much for a WCQ in Columbus in February.

    Having kids has killed it though. We got tickets to WC2006 in Germany but my son was three months old so we decided not to go.
     
  4. DestroyerDaMarc

    Dec 8, 2005
    New York
    Club:
    Newcastle Jets
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    Not to pry but are you an American who lives in Canada or are you a Canadian who supports the US?
     
  5. CBlake

    CBlake Member

    May 20, 2007
    North of somewhere
    Club:
    Toronto FC
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    I am a Canadian who went to high school in the US, living in Toronto. Really looking forward to Boston next month.[LINEUP-3-5-2][/LINEUP-3-5-2]
     
  6. mmradio13

    mmradio13 Member+

    Apr 13, 2008
    Club:
    Columbus Crew
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    2000- USA vs. Costa Rica @ Columbus Crew Stadium (WCQ)- 10
    2008- USA vs. Mexico @ Columbus Crew Stadium (WCQ)- 18
    2009- USA vs. Honduras @ Soldier Field (WCQ)- 19
    2010- USA vs. Turkey @ Lincoln Financial (Pre-WC)- 20
    2011- USWNT vs. Japan @ Columbus Crew Stadium (Pre-WC)- 21
    2011- USA vs. Canada @ Ford Field (GC)- 21

    I'll have 6 caps (5 with the USMNT) after the Canada game and I just turned 21.
     
  7. Pinowski AP

    Pinowski AP Member

    Jun 25, 2009
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    2010 - Czech Republic
    2010 - Brazil
    2011 - Argentina
    2011 - Spain
    2011 - GC Quarters
     
  8. tkgunn

    tkgunn Member

    Nov 18, 1998
    NJ
    I believe I'm at 12 with the Spain game being 13. I had forgotten about one or two but thanks to my ticket stubs and this website http://homepages.sover.net/~spectrum/usamen2.html I'm pretty sure this is my list.

    The cool but also disspointing thing is I have all my ticket stubs except the 2009 Mexico Gold Cup final (my 29th birthday, ugghhh). If anyone has an extra ticket stub from this game and will be at the USA-Spain game I would gladly trade a beer/beers for it!

    I'm glad I found this thread and that website, brings back alot of memories!



    Apr 20 97 D 2-2 Mexico 57,877 Foxboro, MA, USA (WCQ'98)
    Pope (35), Ramirez (Own goal, 74)

    Oct 03 97 D 1-1 Jamaica 51,528 Washington, DC,, USA (WCQ'98)
    Wynalda (59)

    Jun 13 99 W 1-0 Argentina 40,119 Washington, DC, USA
    Moore (87)

    Jun 11 00 W 3-0 Mexico 45,008 East Rutherford, NJ, USA (USA 2000)
    McBride (33), Hedjuk (79), Razov (85)

    Jun 20 01 W 2-0 Trinidad & Tobago 31,211 Foxboro, MA, USA (WCQ '02)
    Razov (2), Stewart (20)

    May 16 02 W 5-0 Jamaica 30,569 East Rutherford, NJ, USA (RTK ’02)
    Wolff (32,60), Mathis (48), Donovan (84), Beasley (92)

    Jun 13 04 W 3-0 Grenada 9,137 Columbus, OH, USA (WCQ’06)
    Beasley (46,71), Vanney (92)

    Jul 11 09 D 2-2 Haiti 24,137 Foxboro, MA, USA (GC’10)
    Arnaud (6), Holden (92)

    Jul 26 09 L 0-5 Mexico 79,156 East Rutherford, NJ, USA (GC’10)

    Oct 14 09 D 2-2 Costa Rica 26,243 Washington, DC, USA (WCQ’10)
    Bradley, Bornstein

    Aug 10 10 L 0-2 Brazil 77,223 East Rutherford, NJ, USA

    Mar 26 11 D 1-1 Argentina 78,936 East Rutherford, NJ, USA
    Agudelo(59)


    *June 04 11 Spain
     
  9. Brandinho

    Brandinho Member

    None
    United States
    Feb 22, 2007
    New Jersey
    Club:
    Philadelphia Union
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    Kids as I suspected. Sigh, makes me wonder if I even want them knowing how many things I might miss out on.
     
  10. TommyCarcetti

    TommyCarcetti Member

    Dec 15, 2008
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    really?
     
  11. Brandinho

    Brandinho Member

    None
    United States
    Feb 22, 2007
    New Jersey
    Club:
    Philadelphia Union
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    Uh huh.
     
  12. tkgunn

    tkgunn Member

    Nov 18, 1998
    NJ
    I don't have kid's, niece and nephew, but you'd miss out on more without kids.
     
  13. Brandinho

    Brandinho Member

    None
    United States
    Feb 22, 2007
    New Jersey
    Club:
    Philadelphia Union
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    I can see both sides of it really. I'm not trying to disrespect anyone with kids or anything, I'm sure you love every minute of it and for good reason. But the more I think about it, it seems like having kids is just not for me. I would love to be a coach and work with kids on soccer or baseball development, but that's about it at this point in my life (as a 22 year old).
     
  14. Kernel KlinK

    Kernel KlinK New Member

    Feb 5, 2004
    Club:
    DC United
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    I've got about 25. Although I went to all 2006 World Cup games and to the last couple of Mexico ones in C-bus my favorite cap was the crappy game in Hartford a few years back. Why? It was on my 20th Wedding Anniversary and I'm still married!!!

    JoeSoccerFan, where are you? Bet you have a bunch of caps.
     
  15. TommyCarcetti

    TommyCarcetti Member

    Dec 15, 2008
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    woah, good thing we know that now.


    you have 25 kids? wow, you are a busy boy!
     
  16. 00Kevin

    00Kevin Member+

    Jun 13, 2006
    SoCal
    Club:
    Columbus Crew
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    ha! funny how this has gone from a caps discussion into a kids discussion.

    unless i'm forgetting something, i'm at 7:

    2000 vs. Costa Rica in Cbus (0-0
    2001 vs. Mexico in Cbus (2-0)
    2003 vs. Paraguay in Cbus (2-0)
    2004 vs. Grenada in Cbus (3-0)
    2004 vs. Jamaica in Cbus (1-1)
    2010 vs. Honduras in Home Depot Center (1-3)
    2011 vs. Chile in Home Depot Center (1-1)

    My record is 3-1-3 and I have personally outscored opponents 10-5

    and just bought my ticket for the gold cup final! hopefully i will witness the us crush mexico! glad that LA is getting a non-garbage friendly at last

    I know it doesn't count, but i also was at the MLS all-star game in 2002 (MLS US WC vets coach by bruce arena vs. mls international players and US rejects)
     
  17. Kryptonite

    Kryptonite Fancy Title Here

    Apr 10, 1999
    Columbus
    Club:
    Columbus Crew
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    2/11/09 - US v Mexico
    9/3/05 - US v Mexico
    11/17/04 - US v Jamaica
    6/13/04 - US v Grenada
    7/6/03 - US v Paraguay
    6/7/01 - US v Ecuador
    10/11/00 - US v Costa Rica

    USWNT:
    9/28/03 - US v North Korea
    9/8/02 - US v Scotland
    11/11/00 - US v Canada
    10/3/99 - US v South Korea
    2/28/01 - US v Mexico

    U-17
    5/22/99 (I think that's the date) - US v El Salvador ... I think that was the game.
     
  18. kebzach

    kebzach Member

    Dec 30, 2000
    Greenfield, WI
    12 for me, 14 for my girlfriend.
     
  19. JeremyEritrea

    JeremyEritrea Member+

    Jun 29, 2006
    Takoma Park, MD
    Club:
    DC United
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    28 for me

    Code:
    Oct 13 93 D 1-1 Mexico 23,927 Washington, DC, USA
    Jun 18 95 W 4-0 Mexico 38,615 Washington, DC, USA (US'95)
    Oct 08 95 W 4-3 Saudi Arabia 10,216 Washington, DC, USA
    Jun 12 96 L 0-2 Bolivia 19,350 Washington, DC, USA (US'96)
    Nov 03 96 W 2-0 Guatemala 30,082 Washington, DC, USA (WCQ'98)
    Oct 03 97 D 1-1 Jamaica 51,528 Washington, DC,, USA (WCQ'98)
    May 30 98 D 0-0 Scotland 46,037 Washington, DC, USA
    Jun 13 99 W 1-0 Argentina 40,119 Washington, DC, USA
    Jun 03 00 W 4-0 South Africa 16,570 Washington, DC, USA (USA 2000)
    Sep 03 00 W 1-0 Guatemala 51,556 Washington, DC, USA (WCQ '02)
    Feb 28 01 W 2-0 Mexico 24,624 Columbus, OH, USA (WCQ '02)
    Jul 01 01 L 0-1 Mexico 100,000 Mexico City, Mexico(WCQ '02)
    Jun 16 01 D 0-0 Jamaica 35,000 Kingston, Jamaica (WCQ '02)
    May 12 02 W 2-1 Uruguay 30,413 Washington, DC, USA (RTK ’02)
    May 16 02 W 5-0 Jamaica 30,569 East Rutherford, NJ, USA (RTK ’02)
    May 19 02 L 0-2 Netherlands 36,778 Foxboro, MA, USA (RTK ’02)
    Nov 17 02 W 2-0 El Salvador 15,390 Washington, DC, USA
    Jun 08 03 W 2-1 New Zealand 9,116 Richmond, VA, USA
    Oct 13 04 W 6-0 Panama 19,793 Washington, DC, USA (WCQ’06)
    Sep 03 05 W 2-0 Mexico 24,685 Columbus, OH, USA (WCQ’06)
    Jun 12 06 L 0-3 Czech Republic 52,000 Gelsenkirchen, Germany (WC’06)
    Jun 17 06 D 1-1 Italy 46,000 Kaiserslautern, Germany (WC’06)
    Jun 22 06 L 1-2 Ghana 41,000 Nuremberg, Germany (WC’06)
    Nov 19 08 W 2-0 Guatemala 9,303 Washington, DC, USA (WCQ’10)
    Feb 11 09 W 2-0 Mexico 23,776 Columbus, OH, USA (WCQ’10
    Apr 01 09 W 3-0 Trinidad & Tobago 27,969 Nashville, TN, USA (WCQ’10)
    Jun 03 09 L 1-3 Costa Rica 19,200 San Jose, Costa Rica (WCQ’10) - my wife and I spent our 20th wedding anniversary at the game
    Jun 06 09 W 2-1 Honduras 55,647 Chicago, IL, USA (WCQ’10)
    Jul 08 09 W 2-0 Honduras 26,079 Washington, DC, USA (GC’10)
    Sep 05 09 W 2-1 El Salvador 19,066 Sandy, UT, USA (WCQ’10)
    Oct 14 09 D 2-2 Costa Rica 26,243 Washington, DC, USA (WCQ’10)
     
  20. blazindw

    blazindw Moderator
    Staff Member

    Jul 30, 2007
    Washington, DC
    Club:
    Real Madrid
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    Jeremy, that Guatemala match was in Colorado, not DC...did you mean the Cuba match that was in October 2008?

    Very impressive list. I'm hoping that I can add a trip to the Azteca in this next WC cycle!
     
  21. JeremyEritrea

    JeremyEritrea Member+

    Jun 29, 2006
    Takoma Park, MD
    Club:
    DC United
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    Yeah, good catch. That should have been Cuba. I copy/pasted from the 1990 -present results page and it looks like they have the Cuba and Guatemala games reversed.
     
  22. CobrasCiudadJuarez

    Jul 16, 2003
    El Paso
    I have three Full National Team caps

    Honduras in Albuquerque 2005
    Guatemala in Dallas in 2008 if I remember correctly.
    El Salvador in Sandy 2009

    USWNT
    vs Mexico in Olympic Qualifiers in Juarez Mexico(That was both alot of fun, and very scary at the same time)

    and if all goes well I should add two U-17 caps next month in Torreon
     
  23. JamesENicholson

    Feb 18, 2005
    41 Full Caps for US Men's National Team...

    1) Ecuador on 2002/3/10 at Legion Field in Birmingham, AL (Friendly W:1-0)
    2) Venezuela on 2003/3/29 at Qwest Field in Seattle, WA (Friendly W:2-0)
    3) Mexico on 2003/5/8 at Reliant Stadium in Houston, TX (Friendly D:0-0)
    4) Wales on 2003/5/26 at Spartan Stadium in San Jose, CA (Friendly W:2-0)
    5) El Salvador on 2003/7/12 at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, MA (CONCACAF Gold Cup 2003 W:2-0)
    6) Denmark on 2004/1/18 at Home Depot Center in Carson, CA (Friendly D:1-1)
    7) Mexico on 2004/4/28 at Cotton Bowl in Dallas, TX (Friendly W:1-0)
    8) Poland on 2004/7/11 at Soldier Field in Chicago, IL (Friendly D:1-1)
    9) El Salvador on 2004/9/4 at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, MA (FIFA World Cup 2006 Qualifier (Semi) W:2-0)
    10) Honduras on 2005/3/19 at University Stadium in Albuquerque, NM (Friendly W:1-0)
    11) Guatemala on 2005/3/30 at Legion Field in Birmingham, AL (FIFA World Cup 2006 Qualifier W:2-0)
    12) England on 2005/5/28 at Soldier Field in Chicago, IL (Friendly L:2-1)
    13) Costa Rica on 2005/6/4 at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City, UT (FIFA World Cup 2006 Qualifier W:3-0)
    14) Cuba on 2005/7/7 at Qwest Field in Seattle, WA (CONCACAF Gold Cup 2005 W:4-1)
    15) Canada on 2005/7/9 at Qwest Field in Seattle, WA (CONCACAF Gold Cup 2005 W:2-0)
    16) Jamaica on 2005/7/16 at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, MA (CONCACAF Gold Cup 2005 W:3-1)
    17) Trinidad & Tobago on 2005/8/17 at Rentschler Field in Hartford, CT (FIFA World Cup 2006 Qualifier W:1-0)
    18) Mexico on 2005/9/3 at Columbus Crew Stadium in Columbus, OH (FIFA World Cup 2006 Qualifier W:2-0)
    19) Japan on 2006/2/10 at AT&T (SBC) Park in San Francisco, CA (Friendly W:3-2)
    20) Czech Republic on 2006/6/12 at Veltins-Arena (Arena AufSchalke) in Gelsenkirchen, Germany (FIFA World Cup 2006 L:3-0)
    21) Italy on 2006/6/17 at Fritz Walter Stadion in Kaiserslautern, Germany (FIFA World Cup 2006 D:1-1)
    22) Ghana on 2006/6/22 at Frankenstadion (EasyCredit-Stadion) in Nuremberg, Germany (FIFA World Cup 2006 L:2-1)
    23) Sweden on 2007/8/22 at Ullevi in Gothenburg, Sweden (Friendly L:1-0)
    24) Switzerland on 2007/10/17 at St. Jakob-Park in Basel, Switzerland (Friendly W:1-0)
    25) Mexico on 2008/2/6 at Reliant Stadium in Houston, TX (Friendly D:2-2)
    26) England on 2008/5/28 at Wembley Stadium in London, England (Friendly L:2-0)
    27) Spain on 2008/6/4 at Estadio El Sardinero in Santander, Spain (Friendly L:1-0)
    28) Trinidad & Tobago on 2008/9/10 at Toyota Park in Chicago, IL (FIFA World Cup 2010 Qualifier (Semi) W:3-0)
    29) Cuba on 2008/10/11 at RFK Memorial Stadium in Washington, DC (FIFA World Cup 2010 Qualifier (Semi) W:6-1)
    30) Guatemala on 2008/11/19 at Dick's Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, CO (FIFA World Cup 2010 Qualifier (Semi) W:2-0)
    31) Sweden on 2009/1/24 at Home Depot Center in Carson, CA (Friendly W:3-2)
    32) Mexico on 2009/2/11 at Columbus Crew Stadium in Columbus, OH (FIFA World Cup 2010 Qualifier W:2-0)
    33) Trinidad & Tobago on 2009/4/1 at LP Field in Nashville, TN (FIFA World Cup 2010 Qualifier W:3-0)
    34) Honduras on 2009/6/6 at Soldier Field in Chicago, IL (FIFA World Cup 2010 Qualifier W:2-1)
    35) El Salvador on 2009/9/5 at Rio Tinto Stadium in Salt Lake City, UT (FIFA World Cup 2010 Qualifier W:2-1)
    36) England on 2010/6/12 at Royal Bafokeng Stadium in Rustenburg, SA (FIFA World Cup 2010 D:1-1)
    37) Slovenia on 2010/6/18 at Ellis Park in Johannesburg, SA (FIFA World Cup 2010 D:2-2)
    38) Algeria on 2010/6/23 at Loftus Versfeld in Pretoria, SA (FIFA World Cup 2010 W:1-0)
    39) Ghana on 2010/6/26 at Royal Bafokeng Stadium in Rustenburg, SA (FIFA World Cup 2010 L:2-1)
    40) Poland on 2010/10/9 at Soldier Field in Chicago, IL (Friendly D:2-2)
    41) Columbia on 2010/10/12 at PPL Park in Phildelphia, PA (Friendly D:0-0)
     
  24. MakingNews

    MakingNews Member

    Jul 8, 2003
    Detroit, MI
    Ok. This thread just made me too curious. I did an official count to see where I stand . I'm at 43 games in seven countries on 3 continents. This doesn't include my Olympic qualifiers, U-23 World Cup or USWNT games. This year will be the 10th anniversary of my first cap.

    Code:
    Sep. 1, 2001	U.S. Men vs. Honduras 2-3 L RFK Stadium	Washington, D.C.
    Nov. 17, 2002 U.S. Men vs. El Salvador 2-0 W RFK Stadium	Washington, D.C.
    27-Mar-05	U.S. Men vs. Mexico	1-2 L Estadio Azteca	Mexico City
    28-May-05	U.S. Men vs. England	1-2 L Soldier Field	Chicago, Ill. 4-Jun-05	U.S. Men vs. Costa Rica 3-0 W Rice-Eccles Stadium	Salt Lake City, Utah Aug. 17, 2005 U.S. Men vs. Trinidad & Tobago	1-0 W Rentschler Field,	East Hartford, Conn. Sep. 3, 2005 U.S. Men vs. Mexico 2-0 W Columbus Crew Stadium	Columbus, Ohio 26-May-06	U.S. Men vs. Venezuela	2-0 W Cleveland Browns Stadium	Cleveland, Ohio 12-Jun-06	U.S. Men vs. Czech Republic	0-3 L	FIFA World Cup StadiumGelsenkirchen	Gelsenkirchen 17-Jun-06	U.S. Men vs. Italy 1-1 T Fritz-Walter Stadion	Kaiserslautern 22-Jun-06	U.S. Men vs. Ghana	1-2 L Frankenstadion	Nuremberg
    Jan. 20, 2007	U.S. Men vs. Denmark	3-1 W The Home Depot Center	Carson, Calif.
    Feb. 7, 2007	U.S. Men vs. Mexico 2-0 W University of Phoenix Stadium	Glendale, Ariz. 25-Mar-07	U.S. Men vs. Ecuador 3-1 W Raymond James Stadium	Tampa, Fla. 7-Jun-07	U.S. Men vs. Guatemala	1-0 W he Home Depot Center	Carson, Calif. 9-Jun-07	U.S. Men vs. Trinidad & Tobago 2-0 W The Home Depot Center	Carson, Calif.
    16-Jun-07	U.S. Men vs. Panama 2-1 W Gillette Stadium	Foxborough, Mass. 21-Jun-07	U.S. Men vs. Canada 2-1 W Soldier Field	Chicago, Ill.
    24-Jun-07	U.S. Men vs. Mexico 2-1 W Soldier Field	Chicago, Ill.
    Sep. 9, 2007	U.S. Men vs. Brazil	2-4 L Soldier Field	Chicago, Ill. Jan. 19, 2008 U.S. Men vs. Sweden	2-0 W The Home Depot Center	Carson, Calif. Feb. 6, 2008 U.S. Men vs. Mexico 2-2 T Reliant Stadium	Houston, Texas
    28-May-08	U.S. Men vs. England 0-2 L Wembley Stadium	London, England 4-Jun-08	U.S. Men vs. Spain 0-1 L Estadio El Sardinero	Santander, Spain 15-Jun-08	U.S. Men vs. Barbados	8-0 W The Home Depot Center	Carson, Calif.
    Aug. 20, 2008 U.S. Men vs. Guatemala 1-0 W Estadio Mateo Flores	Guatemala City, Guatemala
    Sep. 10, 2008 U.S. Men vs. Trinidad & Tobago	3-0 W Toyota Park	Bridgeview, Ill. Oct. 11, 2008 U.S. Men vs. Cuba 6-1 W RFK Stadium	Washington, D.C.
    Feb. 11, 2009	U.S. Men vs. Mexico	2-0 W Columbus Crew Stadium	Columbus, Ohio 3-Jun-09	U.S. Men vs. Costa Rica**	1-3 L Estadio Ricardo Saprissa	San Jose, Costa Rica 6-Jun-09	U.S. Men vs. Honduras**	2-1 W Soldier Field	Chicago, Ill. 23-Jul-09	U.S. Men vs. Honduras	2-0 W Soldier Field	Chicago, Ill.
    26-Jul-09	U.S. Men vs. Mexico	0-5 L Giants Stadium	E. Rutherford, N.J. Aug. 12, 2009 U.S. Men vs. Mexico	1-2 L Estadio Azteca	Mexico City ** Sep. 5, 2009 U.S. Men vs. El Salvador**	2-1 W Rio Tinto Stadium\	Sandy, Utah
    Oct. 14, 2009	U.S. Men vs. Costa Rica	2-2 T	RFK Stadium	Washington, D.C
    29-May-10	U.S. Men vs. Turkey 2-1 W Lincoln Financial Field	Philadelphia, Pa. 12-Jun-10	U.S. Men vs. England 1-1 T Royal Bafokeng Stadium	Rustenburg, South Africa 18-Jun-10	U.S. Men vs. Slovenia	2-2 T Ellis Park	Johannesburg
    23-Jun-10	U.S. Men vs. Algeria 1-0 W Loftus Versfeld	Tshwane/Pretoria, South Africa Aug. 10, 2010	U.S. Men vs. Brazil 0-2 L	New Meadowlands Stadium	E. Rutherford, N.J. Oct. 9, 2010 U.S. Men vs. Poland 2-2 T Soldier Field	Chicago, Ill.
    26-Mar-11	U.S. Men vs. Argentina 1-1 T New Meadowlands Stadium	E. Rutherford, N.J. 
    And, I'm planning to be at (hopefully) all 6 Gold Cup games.
     
  25. Palermo10

    Palermo10 Member

    Apr 7, 2005
    San Diego
    Club:
    Real Madrid
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    First cap received in 2006

    March 2006 - US @ Germany
    Summer 2006 - US x 3 (World Cup)
    January 2007 - US v Denmark
    February 2007 - US v Mexico
    January 2008 - US v Sweden
    June 2008 - US v Barbados
    Summer 2010 - US x 4 (World Cup)

    = 12. Not bad considering I dont live in a major market! Lucky #13 should be the Gold Cup final
     

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