Their match against FIFA Coins

      Their match against FIFA Coins

      Their match against Colombia on June 3 at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., launches a 16-team version of the FIFA Coins
      South American championship that has expanded by four teams and is FIFA Coins
      being staged outside the South American CONMEBOL nations for the first
      time."

      I take full responsibility and I apologise to the nation,"
      1994 U.S. World Cup player Alexi Lalas told reporters after pulling out
      the balls that gave the U.S. an uphill climb and brought groans from a
      packed audience at Hammerstein Ballroom.Brazil opens Group B against
      Ecuador at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif, on June 4, one day before.

      Mexico
      gets the tough Group C started against 15-times winner Uruguay at
      University of Phoenix Stadium at Glendale, Arizona.Argentina, a 14-times
      winner of the championship and host of the inaugural competition in
      1916, begins Group D play against defending champions Chile on June 6 at
      Levi's Stadium.U.

      S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann said he was
      energised about his 32nd-ranked team facing Colombia, ranked eighth in
      the FIFA world rankings."Colombia is just exciting. We played them
      one-and-a-half years ago in London and we had them right on the edge,
      and then we gave an easy goal away right at the end. But it was an even
      game for 90 minutes.