Revolution defender DeJuan Jones received a callup to the United States men’s national soccer team for the third time to compete in Tuesday’s friendly against Oman.
Jones made his competitive debut with the USMNT in the 2023 CONCACAF Gold Cup, after being called up to compete in friendlies. He had two assists in the tournament, including one in a 6-0 win over Trinidad and Tobago.
Prior to his four competitive starts, and six total appearances with the US team, Jones was called to the team’s training camp in January 2022 and again in 2023.
Jones, 26, joined New England after being picked 11th overall in the 2019 MLS draft. He has played in 119 games across five seasons, putting up 6 goals and 17 assists.
In his last appearance with the USMNT, Jones played alongside former Revolution goalie Matt Turner, but this time he’ll take the field in St. Paul vs. Oman as the lone New Englander.
The US won its most recent game, a friendly, over Uzbekistan, 3-0, Saturday.