|OFFICIAL NAME||El Salvador|
|QUALIFICATION METHOD||El Salvador qualified for the final phase of CMOQ after winning the knockout series 3-1 in the global score to Panama.|
|BEST FINISH||Champion (1968)|
|PREVIOUS APPEARANCES||4 (1968, 1988, 1996, 2012)|
El Salvador qualified for the 2020 CMOQ after defeating Panama 3-1 on aggregate in the Central American qualifying phase. For El Salvador, it marks their fifth appearance in the CMOQ.
The Cuscatlecos achieved a first-place finish in the 1968 edition and then a third-place finish in 2012, when they reached the knockout round in dramatic fashion with a last-second goal against the United States to draw 3-3 in their group stage finale.
The all-time record for El Salvador in the CMOQ is 4W-2D-8L, with 23 goals scored and 30 conceded. Both Juan Ramon Martinez and Andres Flores rank as the all-time top scorers for El Salvador in the CMOQ, with three goals each.
El Salvador have appeared in one Olympics, in Mexico City 1968, with a first round finish.