They proudly turned out under the Stars and Stripes for the USA’s first World Cup game against Wales.
But three players in the US squad who’ll go on to face the Three Lions tomorrow were actually born in England – with a fourth playing for England’s youth side before making the switch to America.
They are some of 137 footballers not representing their country of birth at the World Cup in Qatar.
Left back Antonee Robinson, 25, was born in Liverpool, while Yunus Musah, 19, grew up in London and trained with the Arsenal academy.
Winger Gio Reyna, 20 was born in Sunderland, while Cameron Carter-Vickers, a 24-year-old centre back, hails from Southend-On-Sea.
All four qualify to represent the US through their American lineage, and together they’ve represented the nation dozens of times.
Below, MailOnline takes a look at their interesting back stories.
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