RISING: Cristian Roldan
Born in the U.S. to parents of Guatemalan and Salvadoran descent, Roldan left open the possibility of playing for all three nations and never put his hand over his heart when the Star Spangled Banner” played before a match. That all changed on July 12, 2017, when the midfielder was handed his first appearance for the U.S. Men's National Team.
Play video RISING: First Look at the Emerging Faces of the U.S. Men's National Team
RISING: First Look at the Emerging Faces of the U.S. Men's National Team
Outtakes from all 11 episodes of ussoccer.com's new original content series, "RISING: Emerging Faces of the U.S. Men's National Team". Watch all episodes at <a href="~/link.aspx?_id=01FDBC2C55004D1ABA39F225A1CD026E&_z=z">ussoccer.com/RISING</a>.
Play video RISING: Zack Steffen
RISING: Zack Steffen
Family is everything for this veteran of the U.S. YNTs. He is currently the mainstay in net anchoring a stingy Columbus Crew defense and working to be the next great in a long lineage of U.S. MNT goalkeepers.
Play video RISING: Tim Weah
RISING: Tim Weah
Growing up as the son of the 1995 FIFA World Player of the Year and now President of Liberia, Tim Weah is well aware of what the name on the back of his shirt represents. Having just made his debuts for Paris Saint-Germain and the U.S. Men's National
Play video RISING: Weston McKennie
RISING: Weston McKennie
Having learned the game while his father was stationed at Ramstein Air Base in Germany, Weston McKennie fortuitously met U.S. internationals Landon Donovan and Carlos Bocanegra during the MNT’s visit in 2006. Spurred to follow in their foots
Play video RISING: Christian Pulisic
RISING: Christian Pulisic
The most recognized player in American soccer, he has established himself as a star of both the MNT and Borussia Dortmund and is now looking to become a leader on the U.S. MNT and example for American players aspiring for more. <a href="~/lin
Play video RISING: To Wear the Crest
RISING: To Wear the Crest
In the midst of their first steps at the senior level, the U.S. Men's National Team's next generation talks about the honor of representing the USA and what it means to wear the crest.