Sunday's U.S. women's national team game vs. China is sold out

The U.S. Soccer Federation announced Friday afternoon that Sunday night's women's national team game against China at PPL Park is sold out.

As there will not be any television broadcast or (as of now) live online stream of the game, hopefully you have tickets by now. If not, you'll have to follow me on Twitter for live game updates.

In other international news...

- Union defender Porfirio Lopez is on Costa Rica's roster for a friendly against Guatemala tonight, as well as the upcoming round of World Cup qualifiers. You can watch the Costa Rica-Guatemala game live (although only in Spanish) on

- Union midfielder Gabriel Gomez also has been called to Panama's national team for the upcoming round of World Cup qualifiers. Because MLS is taking a break during World Cup qualifying, Gomez won't miss any Union league games, though he will miss Tuesday's U.S. Open Cup game.

- U.S. men's national team coach Jurgen Klinsmann has pared the 27-player training camp roster down to 23 for the upcoming series of three friendlies and two World Cup qualifiers. Forward Juan Agudelo, midfielders Danny Williams and Graham Zusi, and defender Alfredo Morales did not make the cut.

The schedule of upcoming games is as follows:

Saturday, May 26: vs. Scotland at Jacksonville, Fla. (8:00 p.m., NBC Sports Network/Galavisión)

Wednesday, May 30: vs. Brazil at Landover, Md. (8:00 p.m., ESPN2/

Sunday, June 3: vs. Canada at Toronto (7:00 p.m., NBC Sports Network/Univision Deportes)

Friday, June 8: World Cup qualifier vs. Antigua & Barbuda at Tampa, Fla. (7:00 p.m., ESPN/ESPN3/Galavisión)

Tuesday, June 12: World Cup qualifier vs. Guatemala at Guatemala City (10:00 p.m., Pay-per-view television and online via, more details here)