The US and Australia are set to face each other at the next FIFA World Cup in 2019.
Both teams will be facing each other on the biggest stage in world football, which could be a test for the young stars.
Both countries will be competing in the 2019 World Cup with the US having won the tournament six times and Australia four times.
But while the USA is a long way off from their first appearance in a World Cup, Australia are a different story.
The Australian team have not reached the semi-finals of a World Championship in nearly a decade.
The Socceroos have been in the group stages of the World Cups twice in the last two years, but have only managed to secure a draw in the quarter-finals.
The squad’s lack of experience has also been a big problem for Australia in recent years, as they have failed to qualify for the last four World Cups.
Australia is the only nation without a World Club Championship experience, having failed to reach the knockout stages of all five major competitions since 2006.
In a country where there is a wealth of national team talent, the lack of national-team experience is a major issue for the Socceroos.
But the World Club Championships will be a major test for both the US and Australian teams, and it is likely to see a lot of changes.
The Americans will be hoping to take a commanding lead over their opponents.
While both teams will have players in their first World Cup campaigns, the Americans have been looking to build upon their successes in the past, with many of their players moving on to the major leagues.
The USA are set for the first time since 1998 with the World Championship as they look to build on their success from the previous tournament.
The tournament will be held in New York in September 2019.