Rob Stone, Stu Holden and Donovan Welcome Former U.S. MNT Members for Live Digital Watch Party Monday, June 22
NEW YORK – On the eve of the 10th anniversary of the U.S. Men’s National Team’s monumental win over Algeria in the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™ group stage, FOX Sports offers an encore presentation of the match Monday, June 22 at 7:30 PM ET on FS1 as well as a live watch party with several of the stars from the match.
In one of U.S. Soccer’s most historic moments, soccer legend Landon Donovan netted the match’s only goal in stoppage time to lift the Red, White and Blue past Algeria. With the victory, the USA won its group for the first time in 80 years and advanced to the knockout stage.
Donovan joins FOX Sports host Rob Stone and lead match analyst Stu Holden for a live watch party during the second half of the match on the @FOXSoccer Twitter, Facebook and YouTube channels as well as on the FOX Sports app.
Throughout the watch party, Stone, Holden and Donovan will be joined by other members of the 2010 squad, including Tim Howard, the national team’s most-capped goalkeeper; U.S. and Toronto FC star Jozy Altidore; former U.S. international and MLS standout Maurice Edu; U.S. and MLS veteran Benny Feilhaber; and Jay DeMerit, former U.S., MLS and Premier League defender, and more.
FOX Sports’ celebration of the 2010 World Cup 10th anniversary begins before the match, as Donovan joins Stone, Holden and Alexi Lalas on FOX INDOOR SOCCER Monday at 7:00 PM ET on FS1.
Brad Guzan remembers how the bonds between members of the 2010 U.S. MNT led to an historic performance on the field, here.