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Leagues Cup

NEW YORK CITY & MEXICO CITY (September 20, 2021) – The 25-player competition rosters for Wednesday’s Leagues Cup Final match between Seattle Sounders FC and Club León on Sept. 22 at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas were announced today. The Sounders, led by Raul Ruidíaz, who scored the game-winning goal in Seattle’s semifinal match, will face a León squad featuring Luis Montes and Rodolfo Cota.

As part of their commitment to support positive change in local communities, MLS and LIGA MX will join forces ahead of this week’s Leagues Cup Final to strengthen soccer support in the region and give back to the Las Vegas community. Tickets for the Final are available via or by clicking here.



Goalkeepers: Stefan Cleveland, Stefan Frei, Spencer Richey, Andrew Thomas

Defenders: Xavier Arreaga, Abdoulaye Cissoko, Yeimar Gómez Andrade, Shane O'Neill, Alex Roldán, Nouhou

Midfielders: Josh Atencio, Reed Baker-Whiting, Ethan Dobbelaere, Danny Leyva, Nico Lodeiro, Jimmy Medranda, Joao Paulo Mior, Cristian Roldán, Kelyn Rowe, Brad Smith, Nico Benezet

Forwards: Will Bruin, Fredy Montero, Leo Chu, Raúl Ruidíaz

Head coach: Brian Schmetzer


Goalkeepers: Rodolfo Cota, Iván Vázquez, Alfonso Blanco

Defenders: Andres Mosquera, William Tesillo, Jaine Barreiro, Oscar Villa, Ramiro Gonzalez

Midfielders: David Ramírez, Iván Rodríguez, Gil Burón, Osvaldo Rodríguez, Santiago Colombatto, Luis Montes, Fidel Ambriz, Jean Meneses, Ángel Mena, Elías Hernández, Jesse Zamudio, Pablo Rangel, Saúl Zamora

Forwards: Omar Fernández, Víctor Dávila, Emmanuel Gigliotti, Santiago Ormeño

Head coach: Ariel Holan

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