United States
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United States


Home Colours

White and Blue

Playable Teams


Playable Competitions


International Management?


The United States (also known as USA, United States of America or simply America) is a mediocre footballing nation. Their national team is at a decent standard, though not enough to ever realistically challenge for many major tournaments. However they lost out narrowly in the final against Brazil in the Confederations Cup, held in South Africa, having previously beaten Spain. They are one of the strongest members of CONCACAF. Their domestic league is relatively weak; they produce few stand-out players and many of their better players move to Europe, although captain still plays in USA. However, in the Summer of 2009, David Beckham moved to LA Galaxy. Their standout players include Tim Howard of Everton, Clint Dempsey of Fulham and Landon Donovan of LA Galaxy.

No domestic leagues are playable in the United States because Championship Manager does not own the license to use American team or player names. As a result, no clubs in America have players, which means players such such the American captain or David Beckham are not available in CM2010.