Jurgen Klinsmann and U.S. Soccer have made it official: they're coming to Rio Tinto Stadium this summer.
As first reported last week, the Sandy soccer stadium will host a World Cup qualifying match between the U.S. and Honduras on June 18.
"Choosing Salt Lake for a very important game in the qualifying process is an easy choice," Klinsmann said in a news release. "We think the crowd will give us huge support, loud, noisy, pushing us forward and giving us a lot of energy for 90 minutes. Every point in a World Cup qualifier is crucial, and we need to have game in venues like Salt Lake where we know opponents not only have to deal with us, they will also have to deal with the crowd."