U.S. men's soccer records (1950–1959)


U.S. men's soccer records (1950–1959)

This is a compilation of every international soccer game played by the United States men's national soccer team from 1950 to 1959. It includes the team's record for that year, each game and the date played. It also lists the U.S. goal scorers.

The format is: home team listed first, U.S. listed first at home or neutral site.

Games played by the national team, but not considered full international games are also listed, but are noted and shown in bold.

1950

Record: 1-2-0

Jun 25 United States 1-3 Spain (1950 FIFA World Cup):* J. Souza

June 29 United States 1-0 England (1950 FIFA World Cup):* Gaetjens

July 2 United States 2-5 Chile (1950 FIFA World Cup):* Pariani, J. Souza

1952

Record: 0-1-0

April 30 Scotland 6-0 United States

Not a full international according to USSF:
July 16 United States 0-8 Italy (1952 Summer Olympics)

1953

Record: 0-l-0

Jun 8 United States 3-6 England:* Decker (2), Atheneos

1954

Record: 2-2-0

Jan 10 Mexico 4-0 United States (1954 FIFA World Cup Qualification)

Jan 14 Mexico 3-1 United States (1954 FIFA World Cup Qualification):* Looby

Apr 3 Haiti 2-3 United States (1954 FIFA World Cup Qualification):* Looby, Casey, Chacurian

Apr 4 Haiti 0-3 United States (1954 FIFA World Cup Qualification):* Looby (2), Mendoza

1955

Record: 0-1-0

Aug 25 Iceland 3-2 United States:* Looby (2)

1956

Not a full international according to USSF:

Nov 28 United States 1-9 Yugoslavia (1956 Summer Olympics):* Zerhusen

1957

Record: 0-4-0

Apr 7 Mexico 6-0 United States (1958 FIFA World Cup Qualification)

Apr 28 United States 2-7 Mexico (1958 FIFA World Cup Qualification) :* E. Murphy (2)

Jul 6 United States 2-3 Canada (1958 FIFA World Cup Qualification) :* J. Murphy, Mendoza

Jul 22 Canada 5-1 United States (1958 FIFA World Cup Qualification) :* Keough

1959

Record: 0-1-0

May 28 United States 1-8 England:* E. Murphy

The following are not considered full international games according to USSF:

Aug 28 United States 1-4 Argentina (1959 Pan American Games)

Aug 29 United States 7-2 Haiti (1959 Pan American Games):*Grabowski, Looby (2), Zerhusen (4)

Aug 31 United States 5-3 Brazil (1959 Pan American Games):* Looby, E. Murphy (3), Zerhusen

Sep 2 United States 5-0 Cuba (1959 Pan American Games):*Looby (2), E. Murphy, Zerhusen (2)

Sep 3 United States 3-4 Costa Rica (1959 Pan American Games):*Looby, E. Murphy, Zerhusen

Sep 5 United States 4-2 Mexico (1959 Pan American Games)

Oct 8 Mexico 2-0 United States (1960 Olympics Qualification)

Nov 22 United States 1-1 Mexico (1960 Olympics Qualification):*E. Murphy


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