ATLANTA — George Bello, Brooks Lennon and Miles Robinson have been called up to the United States Men’s National Team by manager Gregg Berhalter for a two-week January camp in Phoenix, Arizona, ahead of three Concacaf World Cup Qualifying matches between Jan. 27 and Feb. 2. The final roster for the World Cup Qualifiers will be announced following the camp.
Bello, 19, has made six appearances for the USMNT, making his senior team debut against Trinidad and Tobago on Jan. 31, 2021. Bello started two matches during the USMNT’s run to the 2021 Concacaf Gold Cup title, including the 1-0 victory against Mexico in the final. The left back started two Concacaf qualification matches for the 2022 FIFA World Cup against Honduras on Sept. 9 and Panama on Oct. 11 and a friendly against Bosnia and Herzegovina on Dec. 18. In 2021, Bello was nominated for U.S. Soccer Young Player of the Year.
Lennon, 24, recently made his senior team debut against Bosnia and Herzegovina on Dec. 18 and started the match. He earned four caps and scored four goals with the U.S. U-23’s, 17 caps and seven goals with the U-20s and nine caps and one goal with the U-18’s.
Robinson, 24, has 15 caps and three goals with the USMNT, earning his senior team debut on Sept. 6, 2019 coming on as a substitute in a friendly against Mexico. Robinson started all six matches and scored two goals at the 2021 Concacaf Gold Cup where he helped the U.S. secure five clean sheets and scored the game-winning goal in the final as the U.S. beat Mexico 1-0. He started six World Cup Qualifiers in 2021 and was nominated for U.S. Soccer Male Player of the Year.