While the international break gives Houston Dynamo FC and interim Head Coach Kenny Bundy ample training time for the final two matches of the 2022 MLS Regular Season, it also gives a swath of Dynamo talent the opportunity to showcase themselves on the international stage. From three confederations to multiple age groups, here is the complete list of where to watch your Houston Dynamo feature abroad this upcoming week:



Héctor Herrera (Mexico)

Herrera rejoins El Tri for a pair of friendlies as Tata Martino's side prepares for Qatar. Mexico first face Peru at the Rose Bowl on Saturday, September 24th, with kickoff slated for 8pm CT. Mexico then travel for a friendly against Colombia two days later, with kickoff set for 9pm CT. Both games can be seen on Univision Network and TUDN.

Darwin Cerén (El Salvador)

El Salvador's all-time caps leader joins Hugo Perez's side for a friendly against Peru on Tuesday, September 27th, at 7pm CT at Audi Field in Washington, D.C.

Coco Carrasquilla (Panama)

Off the back of a stellar run of form with the Dynamo, Carrasquilla and Panama will travel to Bahrain for a friendly against the host nation on September 27th at 11am CT.

Xavier Valdez (Dominican Republic U-20)

Valdez, who secured World Cup and Olympic qualification with the Dominican U-20 side, faces Dynamo Dos teammate Juan Castilla for a pair of matches on September 24th and 27th. The matches kick off at 6pm and 7pm, respectively.

Andre Gitau and Zeke Soto (USYNT U-18)

Regular call-ups in the USYNT side, Gitau and Soto link up with the U.S. for friendlies against Slovakia, Germany and the Czech Republic.



Sebastián Ferreria (Paraguay)

Sebastián Ferreria joins Guillermo Barros Schelloto’s side for a pair of European friendlies - against the United Arab Emirates on Sept. 23 in Vienna, Austria and against Morocco on Sept. 27 in Spain.

Juan Castilla (Colombia U-20)

A regular attendee of USYNT camps, Castilla hosts Dynamo Dos teammate Xavier Valdez in Colombia for a pair of matches on September 24th and 27th. The matches kick off at 6pm and 7pm, respectively.



Thor Úlfarsson (Iceland U-21)

Úlfarsson joins the Iceland U-21 national team for a two-game series against the U-21 Czech Republic to qualify for the U-21 UEFA EUROs. Iceland will host the first leg on Sept. 23 at Víkingsvöllur Stadium and the second leg will be played on Sept. 27 at Stadio Střelecký ostrov in České Budějovice, Czech Republic.