The United States Soccer Federation (USSF) has announced that the USA national team will feature in a new series on ESPN.
The US-based global sports channel will premiere a new series called 'Inside: US Soccer's March to Brazil' as Juergen Klinsmann's side prepares for the 2014 World Cup later this year.
An official statement from USSF read: 'The multi-part documentary series from ESPN Films, the production group behind 30 for 30, will air weekly beginning May 13 (full schedule to be announced), and episodes will also air on ABC following their ESPN premieres.
'"Inside: U.S. Soccer's March to Brazil," produced by Jonathan Hock and Roger Bennett, will provide a never-before-seen perspective from inside the training camp of the Men's National Team as the players prepare for the most anticipated sporting event in the world.'
US boss Klinsmann said it will be a great insight for the American soccer public as the world-famous FIFA tournament approaches.
"We have always said that the National Team should represent the culture of the country, and the fans play a big part in that," said Klinsmann.
"We are going to work extremely hard to get this group prepared to do something special in Brazil, and we are excited to work with ESPN to allow our supporters the opportunity to see the tremendous effort our players and staff will put in to get ready."
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