Walter Johnson Alumnus Sebastian Salazar is Providing World Cup Coverage on ESPN

by MCS Staff

Sebastian Salazar joined ESPN in late 2016 as a host, reporter and play-by-play announcer. Salazar appears regularly on ESPNFC as well as the network’s Major League Soccer coverage. Currently, the Bethesda native is covering the World Cup at ESPN.

About Sebastian Salazar: In the summer of 2018, Salazar covered the Mexican national team at the FIFA World Cup, appearing on ESPN, ESPN Deportes and ESPN Radio from Russia. Since joining the network, Salazar also has covered the International Champions Cup, the USWNT and the Little League World Series. He also regularly contributes to the ESPN podcasts TwoOnTri, Max & Herc and ESPNFC.

Prior to joining the network, Salazar hosted a variety of pre and postgame shows (NHL/NBA/MLS/NFL) at Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic. Born and raised in the Washington, D.C. area, Salazar is a graduate of Walter Johnson High School and Westminster College in Pennsylvania, where he played soccer.


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