Can you name all 17 members of the USMNT 100-cap club?

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With the summer of international soccer about to get underway, we wonder if you can name all 17 players with 100 or more USMNT caps

The summer is almost upon us, and with it comes a host of international matches, including the 2018 World Cup. 

While the U.S. national team failed to secure a place in Russia this summer, the USA will be back in action in May and June as the side prepares for the next World Cup cycle. 

A new, young group of U.S. national team players are set to take the lead in the coming months, with Christian Pulisic chief among them, as the veterans and recognizable names of the past now seemingly on there way out. 

At the tender age of 19, Pulisic has over 20 caps and seems destined to add his name to the list of players to play 100 times for the United States. In fact, he may be the next player to join that prestigious club, though a few others, like DeAndre Yedlin and Bobby Wood, are out in front and could earn enough time with the national team to beat him to the punch. 

But that got us thinking about the stars of the past with the most caps, and we wonder if you can name all 17 players who have made 100 or more caps for the team over the years. 

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Not to fear, we'll let you know how many times they've been capped, and all you have to do it type in the name. 

Take our quiz below!

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