The United States, better known as the USA, (English: The United States of America) is the 4th character in the game and he was added in the first version of Head Soccer. He is a 2-star Character in Arcade.
USA plays defensively, but even though he is one of the first characters, he kicks and dashes just as much as most other characters. He is not very fast and has a low jump in comparison with most characters. He has an awkward way of walking the ball in his own goal when it is on top of his head. He never tries to counter shots.
USA's character is a stereotypical 80's American. His hair is light brown and slicked back and he has a pronounced face with a cleft in his chin. He has a large nose and lengthy eyes. He seems somewhat amused. He has long sideburns and an auburn tinge to his hair.
USA's Power Shot is the "Illusion shot." The ball multiplies into eight balls, which all aim for the goal. 7/8 balls are fake, but after the shot has travelled a small distance, there will only be one ball left that is real. This means that the shot is a 100% goal when used close to the goal, as the ball will go through the defender. For a short time after the shot, the ball becomes invisible to the opponent and translucent to whoever uses the shot. Unlike other power shots with multiple balls such as Germany's and Spain's, there is only one real ball while the others are fake.
The best way to stop USA's Power Shot is to counter it. This isn't hard if you know which ball is the real one. Besides, the ball is always shot slightly downwards from the start, just so you know where the ball will be. It’s often one of the balls around the middle making it a simple shot to counter.
He is the only character in the game with an invisible Power Shot.
He is the first character that has a cleft on his chin, the others two are Canada and Thailand
The ball in his shot is supposed to turn invisible, and that's what it does when your opponent uses it; you can't see the ball. However, when you are the USA, your CPU opponent will always exactly know where the ball is, because of the coding. If the coding error was fixed, the defender would probably walk forward until he hits the end of your goal, as with France.