The number of candidates competing to lead the United States Soccer Federation could almost fill the starting side of a soccer team. On Saturday, they will all gather at a candidates forum in Atlantic Beach, Florida, to discuss why they deserve to become U.S. soccer president.

There are seven candidates vying for U.S. Soccer’s top spot, including U.S. Soccer’s current vice president, Carlos Cordeiro, and former U.S. national soccer player and NBC Sports commentator Kyle Martino. In September, Prince Lobel Tye partner Steven Gans became the first to openly challenge longtime U.S. Soccer Federation president Sunil Gulati, who had previously run three times unopposed.

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