in Mexico, El Salvador recorded two wins, one tie, and one loss. They began the final round by beating Curacao 3–1, but lost their other two matches leaving them in fifth place. In 1953, the El Salvador national football team took part in its fifth CCCF Championship, the 1953 CCCF Championship held in Costa Rica
Costa Rica. officially the Republic of Costa Rica is a multilingual, multiethnic and multicultural country in Central America, bordered by Nicaragua to the north, Panama to the southeast, the Pacific Ocean to the west and the Caribbean Sea to the east.
together with seven other national teams. Costa Rica became champions for the fourth time, and El Salvador finished in fifth place. El Salvador won their second international title in 1954 under the direction of Carbilio Tomasino, and a team consisting of Yohalmo Aurora, Manuel «tamalones» Garay, Hugo Moreno, Armando Larin, Luis Regalado, Conrado Miranda, Fernando Barrios, Ramon «pezote» Chavez, Jose Hernandez, Mario Montoya, Juan Francisco «cariota» Barraza, Ricardo «chilenito» Valencia, Alfredo «Baiza» Ruano, and Obdulio «calulo» Hernandez. They debuted against in a 2–2 tie, beat 3–1, beat Mexico 3–2 and finally beat Panama 1–0 with a goal by «Cariota» Barraza. The 3–2 victory against Mexico, with two goals from Mario Montoya (16′,36′) and one from Ricardo Valencia (37′), was the first victory by a Central American team against Mexico.
CONCACAF Championships record
The following 22-man squad was called-up for the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifiers against on 11 and 15 November 2011. Caps and goals. Clubs are up to date.