The USWNT is ready for a fun and busy summer.

Exciting summer on the way for the USWNT and USMNT including Copa America

Despite club soccer about to come to a close for the major leagues across the globe, don't forget for a second that there are some thrilling competitions on the way at the international level. 

It goes without saying, but there will be some amazing games for both the U.S. Men's National Team and the U.S. Women's National Team, two squads we are excited to be working with here at Signables! 

So, when should you get ready to see the star men's and women's players in action? We've got you covered with the full schedule of known games for the two sides in this piece. 

The USWNT will get things started against South Korea in a friendly 

To open things up for June, the women's team will be hosting South Korea at DSG Park in Colorado on Saturday evening. This game is scheduled for 5 p.m. ET. Here's the full breakdown of games we know about:

  • USWNT vs. South Korea on June 1 at DSG Park 
  • USWNT vs. South Korea on June 4 at Allianz Field
  • USWNT vs. Mexico on July 13 at Red Bull Arena 
  • USWNT vs. Costa Rica on July 16 at Audi Field 

Those are some great games to keep on your calendars, as Sophia Smith, Alex Morgan, Rose Lavelle and others will be ready to try and post some big-time performances for the squad. 

The USMNT is hoping to make noise at Copa America 2024

As for the USMNT, their busy stretch of games will start on June 8, as they'll be taking on Colombia in a friendly. Then four days later, they'll be meeting Brazil on June 12 for what should be another entertaining friendly. 

Those two games will come before the 2024 Copa America gets started - this is a tourney the USA is hoping to make a lot of noise in. Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay are the favorites, but could the U.S. go on to surprise a lot of people? Here's a look at their upcoming games: 

  • USMNT vs. Colombia on June 8 at FedEx Field 
  • USMNT vs. Brazil on June 12 at Camping World Stadium
  • Copa America: USMNT vs. Bolivia on June 23 at AT&T Stadium
  • Copa America: USMNT vs. Panama on June 27 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium
  • Copa America: USMNT vs. Uruguay on July 1 at Arrowhead Stadium

In their Copa America group, Uruguay is expected to finish at the top of the table, but the USA has a tremendous opportunity to finish second and move on to the knockout stages. It will be on Christian Pulisic and Co. to make that happen, but we're liking their odds to get things done. 

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