U.S. Men's National Team matches in Colorado

U.S. Men's National Team has defeated Mexico, Guatemala, and Uruguay in the Centennial State

USMNT starters at Invesco Field at Mile High in 2002

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The U.S. Men's National Team has hosted four matches in Colorado, posting a 3-1-0 record while averaging 29,427 fans.

The USMNT match on March 22, 2013 versus Costa Rica will be the second World Cup Qualifying held in Colorado, and first since the U.S. defeated Guatemala in final match of the Semifinal Round of CONCACAF qualifying, also at Dick's Sporting Goods Park.

When that match was played in 2008, the U.S. had already secured their passage to the next phase, making it less desirable. This time around, the match verus Costa Rica has much more significance since it'll be the first home game of the final round of Qualifying for the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

November 19, 2008

United States 2, Guatemala 0; Dick's Sporting Goods Park, 9,303

USMNT lineup: Brad Guzan, John Thorrington, Clarence Goodson, Michael Parkhurst, Jonathan Bornstein, Freddy Adu (goal; Davy Arnaud), Pablo Mastroeni, Ricardo Clark, Sasha Kljestan, Kenny Cooper (goal; Brian Ching), Jozy Altidore (Conor Casey)

April 3, 2002

United States 1, Mexico 0; Invesco Field at Mile High, 48,476 (pictured above)

USMNT lineup: Tony Meola, Frankie Hejduk, Pablo Mastroeni, Eddie Pope, Greg Vanney (Carlos Llamosa), Richard Mulrooney, Cobi Jones (Brian Maisonneueve), Clint Mathis (goal), Landon Donovan (Brian West), DaMarcus Beasley, Ante Razov (Josh Wolff).

May 17, 1992

United States 0, Scotland 1; Mile High Stadium, 24,157

USMNT lineup: Kasey Keller, Marcelo Balboa, Desmond Armstrong, John Doyle, Fernando Clavijo, Janus Michallik (Zac Ibsen), Brian Quinn, Chris Henderson, Hugo Perez, Dominic Kinnear, Eric Wynalda

May 5, 1991

United States 1, Uruguay 0; Mile High Stadium, 35,772

USMNT lineup: Tony Meola, Jeff Agoos, Desmond Armstrong, Fernando Clavijo, Bruce Savage, Marcelo Balboa, Chris Henderson, Janus Michallik (Tory Snyder), Bruce Murray, Peter Vermes (goal), Eric Wynalda (Dominic Kinnear)

Source: U.S. Soccer Media Guide