United States men's national under-18 soccer team

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Association United States
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Confederation CONCACAF
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The United States men's national under-18 soccer team is the national under-18 soccer team of the United States and is controlled by the United States Soccer Federation. The U.S. Under-18 Men’s National Team serves as a transition for players between the Under-17 National Team and the Under-20 National Team. In 2018, the Under-18 age group consists of players born on Jan. 1, 2001 or later. Though the team does not compete in a world championship, head coach Omid Namazi [3] and his squad compete in international tournaments and hold several domestic training camps throughout the year.

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  1. "Goal.com – World Cup 2010 Preview: USA – Algeria" . Retrieved June 22, 2010.
  2. "Newsweek" . Retrieved June 22, 2010.
  3. http://www.topdrawersoccer.com/club-soccer/club-soccer-archives/nid-23805/Javier-Perez-named-USMNT-U18-head-coach Javier Perez Appointed Men's U-18 head coach

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