Two Salvadorans sign soccer in the United States

Salvadoran football continues to harvest talents in foreign lands who in the future can contribute directly to the national team. This week two players of Salvadoran descent signed for teams in the USL or United States Second Division.

It comes to b Roberto Molina, The striker, who has found a spot in Las Vegas Lights, is a team that already has a history with the Salvadorans that have played Rodolfo Zelaya and Efraín Burgos Jr. Molina as a striker and was highlighted by Hugo Alvarado, FESFUT explorer, as one of the prospects to follow.

It has also been booked before Hartford Athletics From USL forward of Salvadoran ancestry Walmer Martinez. The club’s official website noted that “Martinez was invited to the Hartford Advocacy Club, where he was performing well enough to win a pre-season training call.”

Against his background, Martinez graduated from Division II Cal State-Monterey Bay in 2019. In his first season, he scored 13 goals, the second-highest number of goals in the California Athletics Federation.

“Despite only playing two seasons with Otterz, he finished his career second in assists (16) and fifth in goals scored (17). Martinez played with two Santa Cruz Breakers soccer teams and Des Moines Minis.” Your new club page.


  • Roberto Molina
  • Walmer Martinez
  • USL
  • Las Vegas lights
  • Hartford Athletics

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