FIFA Under-20 World Cup draw: US to play Ukraine, Nigeria and Qatar

Sixteen teams advance to the second round - the top two in each group and the best four third-place teams. The final is in Lodz on June 15.

The US open Group D play against Ukraine on May 24, then faces Nigeria three days later and Qatar on May 30, according to Sunday’s draw. (FIFA Twitter)
The United States were drawn to play Ukraine, Nigeria and Qatar in the Under-20 World Cup in Poland.
The US open Group D play against Ukraine on May 24, then faces Nigeria three days later and Qatar on May 30, according to Sunday’s draw. The first two matches are in Bielsko-Biala and the third in Tychy.
Sixteen teams advance to the second round – the top two in each group and the best four third-place teams. The final is in Lodz on June 15.
The U.S reached the quarterfinals two years ago with a roster that included Josh Sargent, Tyler Adams, Cameron Carter-Vickers, Auston Trusty and Erik Palmer-Brown. Sargent scored four goals and earned the Silver Boot for the Americans, who were eliminated by eventual runner-up Venezuela.