USMNT World Cup qualifying schedule, standings

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The path for the USMNT to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar is underway with their full schedule for CONCACAF’s hexagonal octagonal round of qualifying below.

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After the USMNT beat Mexico 2-0, they sit top of the standings at the halfway point of World Cup qualifying in the CONCACAF region.

Canada (16 points) tops the CONCACAF region after eight games, with the USMNT a point back in 2nd place, and Mexico and Panama two back in 3rd and 4th, respectively. Costa Rica and Jamaica look like the likeliest hopefuls for a 3rd and 4th.

The Octagonal is looking like it will be very tight right until the end of qualifying in March 2022 when the top three teams will advance automatically to the 2022 World Cup, and the fourth-place team will play in an inter-confederation playoff.

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The USMNT’s return clash with El Tri is coming up in a few months (matchday 12), on March 24, presumably at Estadio Azteca in Mexico City. That is one to circle in the calendar.

For now, below is all of the information you need on how, where and when to watch the USMNT in 2022 World Cup qualifying.


How to watch USMNT in qualifiers

Watch games on: NBC’s Telemundo Deportes and Universo + CBS, FoxSports.com, FS1, ESPN, ESPN2 and Paramount+


Schedule, scores, recaps, analysis

at El Salvador — Sept. 2 — Draw 0-0 | Player ratings | Three things we learned
vs. Canada — Sept. 5 — Draw 1-1Β | Player ratings | Three things we learned
at Honduras — Sept. 8 —Β Win 4-1Β | Player ratings | Three things we learned

vs. Jamaica — Oct. 7 — Win 1-0 | Player ratings | Three things we learned
at Panama — Oct. 10 — Loss 0-1 | Player ratings | Three things we learned
vs. Costa Rica — Oct. 13 — Win 2-1 | Player ratings | Three things we learned

vs. Mexico — Nov. 12 — Win 2-0 | Player ratings | Three things we learned
at Jamaica — Nov. 16 — Draw 1-1 | Player ratings | Three things we learned

vs. El Salvador — Jan. 27 — Columbus, Ohio
at Canada — Jan. 30
vs. Honduras — Feb. 2 — St. Paul, Minnesota

at Mexico — March 24
vs. Panama — March 27
at Costa Rica — March 30


CONCACAF World Cup qualifying standings

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