Chicago -The US Soccer Federation said on Friday that the Americans will play South Africa in a friendly on November 17 in Cape Town.
It will be the fourth trip to South Africa for the US in three years, following a November 2007 friendly at Johannesburg's Ellis Park, the 2009 Confederations Cup and this year's Soccer World Cup.
The US will be missing players involved in the MLS Cup final, scheduled for November 21 in Toronto. The Americans also could be without players in the Mexican playoffs, which open on November 20-21.
The Americans host Poland on October 9 at Chicago and Colombia three days later at Chester, Pennsylvania.
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