With so much other major sport being played across the United States the football won't get the blanket coverage of say here in England. It will be reported on and followed avidly by many on television, but is unlikely to dominate the minds of all of the vast population.
"It's not what you would expect from a pure footballing nation," reasons Kasey. "Right now you're talking about baseball being in the swing, hockey and basketball are in play-offs and there is a lot of other attention going on right now.
"MLS is going on as well and there is a lot of action going on in the States sport-wise. Things won't really kick off until a day or two before we play and it still won't be that much.
"In the England everything you read about now is preparation for the World Cup and you just don't have that in America.
"We'll get good coverage while we're out there and hopefully for the right reasons."
Kasey Keller explained that, while the USA national team will get good media coverage of their World Cup exploits, it won't reach the saturation levels of other nations.