Tonight's Starting XI for the USMNT boasts an average age of 26 years and 63 days, marking it as the second-oldest lineup under Gregg Berhalter's tenure, just behind the lineup from the 4-1 victory against Canada in the CNL group stage on November 15, 2019, in Orlando. With an average of 37 caps, this lineup ranks as the third-most experienced under Berhalter, following the 2019

Christian Pulisic captains the team for the 21st time tonight, marking his third captaincy in a Final, equalling Carlos Bocanegra's record for most U.S. captaincies in a championship match. The team has a 15-2-3 record when Pulisic wears the armband. Pulisic is also the only player to have started all three CNL championship matches and all six games at the CNL Finals tournament since 2021.

Fill in soAdditionally, he earns his fourth overall cap in a final tonight, tying him for second most championship appearances among USMNT players alongside Jozy Altidore, DaMarcus Beasley, Carlos Bocanegra, Michael Bradley, Tim Howard, and Gyasi Zardes. Clint Dempsey and Landon Donovan lead this category, each appearing in six finals during their text

Matt Turner makes his third appearance in a final, placing him joint second with Kasey Keller for most final appearances among USMNT goalkeepers, behind only Tim Howard. Turner's win on Thursday improved his record to 19-4-7 in competitive matches, tying him with Brad Guzan for third-most wins among USMNT goalkeepers.

Haji Wright, after his game-winning brace in extra time on Thursday, earns his third career start and first since the 0-0 draw with England at the 2022 FIFA World Cup on November 26, 2022. Midfielder Tyler Adams makes his first start since the defeat to the Netherlands in the Round of 16 on December 3, 2022.

The USMNT holds a 23-36-17 all-time record against Mexico and is currently on a six-match unbeaten streak (4-0-2) against them, equalling the longest unbeaten run against Mexico alongside the stretch from 2011-2015.