CARSON, Calif. -- Veterans Landon Donovan and Taylor Twellman were among 21 players called to training camp by U.S. national coach Bob Bradley.
The camp will be in preparation for a Feb. 6 match with archrival Mexico in Houston.
All 21 players on the Carson roster trained in early January before the Americans beat Sweden 2-0 in an exhibition game. Fourteen of the players saw action in the Sweden match.
In the United States' 500th international match, Donovan converted a penalty for his 35th career goal, making him No. 1 on the Americans' career scoring list. Brad Guzan got credit for his first shutout in five internationals he's played, after having split time in three previous U.S. shutouts in which he appeared.
"We are very pleased with the work we put in so far this year, and are looking forward to the next challenge against Mexico," said Bradley. "We will continue to build on the concepts that we have established during the last year, and we are clearly progressing as a team as we move forward in preparing for the start of World Cup qualifying this summer."
Missing from the roster are four members of the Under-23 national team: Jozy Altidore, Maurice Edu, Sacha Kljestan and Marvell Wynne. They will participate in the U-23 camp from Jan. 24-Feb.3 in Bradenton, Fla.
Goalkeepers: Steve Cronin, Brad Guzan, Will Hesmer, Zach Wells.
Defenders: Dan Califf, Jimmy Conrad, Ramiro Corrales, Todd Dunivant, Clarence Goodson, Drew Moor, Michael Parkhurst, Eddie Robinson.
Midfielders: Kyle Beckerman, Ricardo Clark, Brad Davis, Justin Mapp, Pat Noonan.
Forwards: Landon Donovan, Chris Rolfe, Taylor Twellman, Jeremiah White.