The United States men's team stepped on to the pitch for their first international match since February with personalised anti-racism messages emblazoned on their training jackets.
"With the goal of inspiring action on social justice issues, all of the players had 'Be the Change' adorned on the front of their anthem jackets," the team said in a statement.
"Also, on the back of the jacket, each player had the opportunity to include a personalised message representing something meaningful to them.
Opinion: Ramsey and Bale combine to suggest 2016 heroics can be repeated
The spirit of their message is that each and every person has the ability, opportunity and responsibility to make a difference in our own way.
Some of the personalised messages included 'Unite In Truth', 'Love In All', 'Stronger Together' and 'End Police Brutality.'
Both sides fielded young experimental line-ups and the match ended 0-0.
USA take on Panama in another friendly in Austria on Monday while Wales will meet Ireland in the Nations League in Cardiff on Sunday.
‘The best moment of my career’ – Wales players reflect on historic Euro win
Wales edge closer to last 16 after battling win over Turkey