The U.S. men’s national team visited the 9/11 Memorial and Museum Sept. 5. U.S. captain Wil Trapp spoke for the U.S. squad. The team met members of the NYPD and FDNY soccer teams, many of whom were first responders on 9/11. The FDNY’s Joe Brosi spoke to the team, along with an NYPD official. The teams exchanged jerseys and then took a tour of the museum while the first responders shared their stories. U.S. Soccer donated 20 tickets to the teams for the USA-Brazil match at MetLife Stadium.

The U.S. men's national team visited the 9/11 Memorial and Museumon Sept. 5. The FDNY's Joe Brosi spoke to the team, along with an NYPD official. U.S. captain Wil Trapp spoke for the U.S. squad. The team met members of the NYPD and FDNY soccer teams, many of whom were first responders on 9/11. The teams exchanged jerseys and then took a tour of the museum while the first responders shared their stories. U.S. Soccer donated 20 tickets to the teams for the USA-Brazil match at MetLife Stadium.

Posted by Michael Apple Lewis on Tuesday, September 11, 2018

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