The United States Soccer Federation has put together a website that will help identify American soccer teams that are not the United States.
The site is a searchable database of U.S. soccer teams and players, including those from the current World Cup, the 2018 FIFA World Cup and the 2020 FIFA World Championship.
It lists all of the teams and their teams’ players.
There is no way to search for an American team that has not been a member of the federation since 1998.
Here are some of the things the website will help you find.
American teams in the 2019 FIFA World CupsThe 2018 FIFA FIFA World Champion, France, was a member from 2008 to 2017.
The 2019 FIFA U-17 World Cup won the 2018 World Cup for the United Kingdom and France, but the 2018 U-20 World Cup lost to Canada.
The 2018 UEFA Euro 2016 champion, Germany, was part of the U-23 World Cup in 2015.
The 2020 FIFA U17 World Championship was part the U.N. Women’s World Cup but lost to the Netherlands.
The U.K. women’s soccer team was a part of FIFA’s Women’s U-19 World Cup program from 2004 to 2008.
The 2022 FIFA World Youth Championship was an independent member of FIFA until 2019.
The United States women’s national team won the FIFA Women’s FIFA U20 World Championship in 2016.
The FIFA Women World Cup from 2002 to 2008 was part a U.W. Soccer program for women’s youth soccer.
The American men’s national soccer team, the New York Red Bulls, was an American-sponsored member from 1998 to 2004.
The New York Cosmos were a member in 1999.
The National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) was an affiliated member from 2000 to 2007.
The Women’s Professional Soccer League, also known as the NWSL, was not an affiliated team.
The NWSL is not affiliated with FIFA, the world soccer governing body.
The 2016 FIFA U19 World Champion was the United Arab Emirates.
The current World Women’s Football Championship was a U-21 member.
The 2015 FIFA Women Under-20 Championship was sponsored by Nike, Adidas and McDonalds.
The 2013 FIFA U18 World Cup was sponsored and hosted by McDonalds and was sponsored in part by Coca-Cola.
The 2012 FIFA U16 World Cup is sponsored by Adidas and the Nike Foundation.
The 2011 FIFA U15 World Cup tournament was sponsored, in part, by Adidas, PepsiCo and McDonald’s.
The 2010 FIFA U14 World Cup featured the Coca-Colas sponsorship.
The 2009 FIFA U13 World Cup included sponsorship by Nike.
The 2008 FIFA U12 World Cup took place at the Toyota Stadium in Houston, Texas, and the 2008 FIFA Under-19 Women’s Championship was hosted by Nike and the Coca Colas sponsorship in the US.
The 2007 FIFA U11 World Cup hosted by Adidas took place in the Stadio San Paolo.
The 2006 FIFA Under 21 Women’s National Championship took place during the Copa America Centenario in Copacabana, Brazil.
The 2004 FIFA Under 20 Women’s Under-17 National Championship was held at the Stade de France in Paris.
The 2003 FIFA Under 19 Women’s European Championship was in Berlin.
The 2002 FIFA Under 18 Women’s International Championship was at the Olympic Stadium in Munich.
The 2001 FIFA Under 17 Women’s Champions League was held in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The 2000 FIFA Under 16 Women’s Women World Championship took part in the Uefa Women’s Cup in Athens, Greece.
The 1999 FIFA Under 15 Women’s Tournament was held during the UEFA Champions League.
The 1998 FIFA Under 14 Women’s Regional Cup took part at the FIFA World Championships in South Africa.
The 1997 FIFA Under 13 Women’s Final took place between the South African National Team and the United Nations Women’s Team.
The 1996 FIFA Under 12 Women’s Semifinal took place before the first round of the UEFA World Cup.
The 1995 FIFA Under 11 Women’s First Round Tournament took place on the pitch at the Nou Camp.
The 1994 FIFA Under 10 Women’s Third Round Tournament was in Moscow.
The 1993 FIFA Under 9 Women’s Second Round Tournament in Moscow was a Women’s Super Cup.
The 1992 FIFA Under 8 Women’s Semi-Final was held on the field at the Moscow Arena.
The 1991 FIFA Under 7 Women’s Finals were held in St. Petersburg.
The 1990 FIFA Under 6 Women’s Fourth Round Tournament held in Tokyo.
The 1989 FIFA Under 5 Women’s Fifth Round Tournament played at the Tokyo Stadium.
The 1988 FIFA Under 4 Women’s Sixth Round Tournament at the London Stadium was held to qualify the players for the 1989 FIFA Women�s World Cup (known as the FIFA Cup).
The 1987 FIFA Under 3 Women� Final was held between the Japanese National Team, Japan and South Korea.
The 1986 FIFA Under 2 Women� Second Round tournament was held against South Korea and France.
The 1985 FIFA Under 1 Women� Third Round tournament took place against South Korean teams