CHICAGO -- The United States will play Guatemala in a World Cup warmup game Feb. 19 at the new soccer stadium in Frisco, Texas.
In its last 12 games against Guatemala, the United States is 8-0-4, including 4-0-4 in World Cup qualifying. The Americans have never lost to Guatemala at home.
The United States last played a World Cup warmup in Texas in March 1994, tying Bolivia 2-2 at the Cotton Bowl.
The Americans open this year's schedule against Canada on Jan. 22 at San Diego, play Norway seven days later at Carson, Calif., then meet Japan on Feb. 10 at San Francisco.
They also play Poland at Kaiserslautern, Germany on March 1, a game that has not been officially set, and meet World Cup host Germany at Dortmund on March 22.
The United States is preparing for its fifth straight World Cup appearance. The Americans open the first round against the Czech Republic on June 12 at Gelsenkirchen, play Italy five days later at Kaiserslautern, then play Ghana on June 22 at Nuremberg.