The USMNT will also reportedly face Brazil on Sept. 7 in New Jersey.
The USMNT will host Mexico in a friendly on Sept. 11 at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, U.S. Soccer confirmed on Thursday. David Ammenheuser of The Tennessean had reported the details of the friendly late Wednesday night.
The last time these teams met was on June 11 when they played to a draw in a World Cup qualifier in Mexico City. Prior to that, Mexico had won back-to-back matches over the USMNT, first winning 3-2 in extra time in the 2015 CONCACAF Cup and then picking up a 2-1 victory in a World Cup qualifier in November 2016–snapping the USA's dominance in qualifiers played in Columbus, Ohio.
This will be the sixth time the USMNT plays a contest in Nissan Stadium since 2006, according to The Tennessean, and it will be the team's first match at the stadium since a 1-1 Gold Cup contest against Panama that took place on July 8.
In addition to this friendly with Mexico, Ammenheuser also reports the USMNT will host Brazil on Sept. 7 in East Rutherford, N.J.