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How many trophies does USMNT won? The list of titles

Since its official entry into FIFA in 1916, the Stars and Stripes have been one of the "greats" of North America, but far behind their arch-rivals Mexico.

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It is still being enjoyed. Winning the first edition of the CONCACAF Nations League, defeating arch-rivals Mexico in extra time, has become an important milestone in the history of the U.S. national team in international soccer.

Compared to the other CONCACAF giant, they are still a long way from reaching the championship level, and there have been more occasions in which El Tri has defeated them in subcontinental matches; and what's more, they are light years behind their female counterparts, who have been world champions on several occasions.

For this reason, El Futbolero brings you a review of the United States' track record in world soccer, which it officially entered in 1916, but which had its most important boom in the 90's, with the arrival of Major League Soccer (MLS) and the arrival of young talents to European soccer.

 


USMNT titles in international soccer


 
If we take into account its entry into FIFA in 1916, its first participation in a World Cup was in Uruguay 1930, where it finished in third place, and from then on it has participated on 10 occasions, its best performance being in Korea-Japan 2002, where it reached the quarterfinals after eliminating the Aztecs, but losing to Germany by the narrowest of margins. 


In terms of championships, the United States is the second most winning country in the CONCACAF Gold Cup, after winning it six times: 1991, 2002, 2005, 2005, 2007, 2013 and 2017; in addition to winning the first edition of the Nations League, after defeating Mexico 3-2.

In terms of championships, the United States is the second most winning country in the CONCACAF Gold Cup, having won it six times: 1991, 2002, 2005, 2005, 2007, 2013 and 2017; in addition to winning the first edition of the Nations League, defeating Mexico 3-2.

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