The United States soccer team prepped for its World Cup opener against Ghana in style on Monday, giving fans a sneak peak at their uniforms and locker room.
The video, which was posted on U.S. Soccer’s official Twitter account, featured a quick scan of the national team’s pristine locker room in Brazil. It also gave fans a look at the red, white and blue jerseys that the team will wear when they face Ghana -- from starting goalkeeper Tim Howard’s No. 1 to defenseman Fabian Johnson’s No.23 uniform.
Some fans might notice that a few of the uniforms featured in U.S. Soccer’s video are green, rather than Team USA’s standard look. That’s because the team’s three goalkeepers -- Howard, Nick Rimando and Brad Guzan -- will each wear green jerseys to designate their position.
The U.S. Men’s National Team will face Ghana in a Group G matchup on Monday at 6 p.m. EDT. Team USA will be out for revenge, as Ghana has eliminated them from the last two World Cups.