The U.S. men’s national team will conclude its European trip in March with a friendly against Wales Mar. 30 at Cardiff City Stadium.
The match with Wales occurs four days after the USMNT takes on the Netherlands at the Phillips Stadion in Eindhoven.
“One of the important parts of continuing to develop this group is the opportunity to play against high-level opponents away from home,” USMNT manager Gregg Berhalter said. “The Netherlands is a soccer powerhouse featuring some of the world’s best talent. This game will be a good chance to compete as we build toward important competitions in the summer and fall.”
The meeting with Gareth Bale and Co. will be the second time in program history that the USMNT will face Wales.
The only other showdown took place on May 26, 2003 and was won 2-0 by the Americans.
The USMNT’s 2020 schedule now has three confirmed matches, with the other being a Feb. 1 game against Costa Rica that marks the end of the in-progress January camp.