World Cup: US men's team hopes to make Taylor Swift 'proud' in match against England

Ahead of their 2022 FIFA World Cup match today, the United States men's soccer team has one thing on its mind: Making Taylor Swift proud.

The team called out to the Grammy-winning singer-songwriter on Twitter Friday, hours before their 2 p.m. match against England.

"@taylorswift13 we know you love your London Boy… but we’re gonna do our best to make Miss Americana proud today," the team tweeted, referencing Swift's song and documentary titles.

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The team also shared a picture of a personalized jersey for Swift, donning her lucky number 13.

This isn't the first time USMNT has let their Swiftie side show. Last month, the team's Twitter account shared a clip of player Walker Zimmerman singing Swift's song, "All Too Well."

The U.S. men's soccer team plays England today at 2 p.m. in Qatar, the host country of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

The game will be broadcast on Fox, Fox Sports and Telemundo Deportes. To watch the game with other Cincinnati fans, head to one of three watch parties happening in Downtown, Over-the-Rhine and Covington.

This article originally appeared on Cincinnati Enquirer: USA vs England World Cup: USMNT hopes to make Taylor Swift 'proud'