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By Toros Communications , 10/12/21, 3:30PM CDT


La Selecta and Sorto will face Mexico in Concacaf FIFA World Cup Qualifiers 2022

EDINBURG, Texas (Tuesday, October 12, 2021) – Rio Grande Valley FC forward Christian Sorto and El Salvador will host Mexico on Wednesday, October 13 at 9:05 p.m. CST in 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualification matchup. 


La Selecta is in sixth place in the standings with five points from five games as it faces a tough Mexico squad currently on top of the standings. El Salvador has earned positive results at home this qualifying cycle, however, earning draws with both the United States and Honduras in September before defeating Panama last Thursday on its home turf. 


Sorto will be hoping to make his second appearance overall for his country, having made his debut in an exhibition against Guatemala at Audi Field in Washington, D.C. on September 24, and his first in World Cup Qualifying. He has been joined in the La Selecta squad by four other players from the USL Championship, with FC Tulsa’s Joaquin Rivas, New Mexico United’s Amando Moreno, Hartford Athletic’s Walmer Martinez and Miami FC’s Joshua Perez also in the squad.


The qualifying match will be at Estadio Cuscatlán in San Salvador and will be live on Telemundo, CBS Sports Network and Paramount Plus. 




The Rio Grande Valley FC Toros (RGV FC) enter their sixth season in the United Soccer League (USL) Championship in 2021. The club plays at H-E-B Park, a state-of-the-art soccer specific stadium that holds 9,700 people, the club trains in H-E-B Park's world class training facility adjacent to the stadium. RGV FC is the only professional soccer team located within the Rio Grande Valley. In 2016, RGV FC became USL's first team to develop a hybrid affiliation model with a Major League Soccer (MLS) franchise. This partnership, with Houston Dynamo FC, began in 2016. The relationship has now evolved into a more traditional USL/MLS affiliation where RGV FC manages all aspects of the club and the Dynamo are able to loan players to the Toros for development purposes. For more information, please visit




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