In two years, the United States men's national team will face their biggest test since Brazil by hosting the 2016 Copa America Centenario.
The event will commemorate the 100th anniversary of the tournament, and it will contain six CONCACAF nations and all 10 CONMEBOL members.
With teams like Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Uruguay, Mexico and Costa Rica expected to be coming to the States for the tournament, manager Jurgen Klinsmann must have his team playing at an extremely high level if they are to be successful.
Klinsmann will have plenty of matches to prepare for 2016 in the form of the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup and, presumably, some high-end friendlies.
Here are 10 things that Klinsmann must experiment with before the show comes to town in 2016.