• Sunday Dec 18, 2016

    El Salvador calls up 18 for beach soccer camp

    The El Salvador beach soccer national team (pictured) at an October 2016 training session. (Photo courtesy of the Federación Salvadoreña de Fútbol)

    SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador – With an eye towards February’s CONCACAF Beach Soccer Championship in the Bahamas, El Salvador called up 18 players for a four-day minicamp, December 19-22, the Federación Salvadoreña de Fútbol announced Saturday.

    The Salvadorans are coming off a gold-medal winning performance in the III Juegos Bolivarianos, where they posted an overall record of 4W-0D-1L, including a 5-3 win over Paraguay in the final.

    Agustin Ruiz and Ruben Batres, each of whom scored two goals against the Paraguayans, highlight the selection, which also features four-time World Cup veteran Tomas Hernandez.

    El Salvador will meet the Turks & Caicos Islands in its CONCACAF Beach Soccer Championship opener on February 21, before closing Group D play against Panama (February 22) and Costa Rica (February 23).

    ROSTER (in alphabetical order)

    Ruben Batres, Ever Cotto, Oscar Andres Cruz, Tomas Hernandez, Roberto Membreño, Andres Osorio, Heriberto Parada, Eliodoro Portillo, Darwin Ramirez, Elias Ramirez, Ever Ramos, Herbert Ramos, Rafael Rizo, Elmer Robles, Agustín Ruiz, Melvin Segovia, Douglas Zavala, Wilbert Zavala


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