Note: Updated with TV carriers and three venues.
The first two matches of the year against Chile and at home against Panama will follow the annual January camp. Like the Mexico friendly, the matches will fall
outside FIFA windows so clubs aren't obliged to release players to the national team.
The other four matches all fall during FIFA windows and will take place in Europe. The June matches will come a month ahead of the Gold Cup scheduled to kick off July 7 in the United States.
No matches for the second half of the season were announced. If a team other than the USA wins the Gold Cup, a playoff between the USA, the 2013 winner, and the 2015 champion will take place during the fall as a single match.
There are again three FIFA windows in the fall. MLS has not yet released its schedule so it is not known if it plans on scheduling regular-season matches during those windows like it did in 2014.