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VIDEO: World Cup 2014 Retrospective!

To celebrate the most successful World Cup in Costa Rican history, we put together this homage to fandom.
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President Solís says Sele’s victories portend good things for Costa Rica

"Costa Rica is ready to do much more and this shows that,” Solís said.

Jolly good! Costa Rica vs. England with the British Embassy

Campbell hosted 50 or so guests at her official residence in Escazú. On the back patio, a mix of England and Costa Rica fans watched the Tuesday game with enthusiasm and good humor.

VIDEO: Costa Ricans react to World Cup goals versus Uruguay

After superstar Joel Campbell's goal to tie the score between Costa Rica and Uruguay, Costa Rica's Oscar Duarte pushed the Ticos into the lead with a header into the net. Here is the reaction of La Sele fans at Bar Henry's in the Los Yoses neighborhood in San José.

PHOTOS: Costa Ricans go wild celebrating World Cup upset over Uruguay

Hundreds of Ticos gathered in downtown San José’s Plaza de la Democracia to watch the game on a large LED screen. Once Costa Rica emerged victorious over Uruguay -- a stunning, 3-1, win over one of the top-ranked team's in the world -- the crowd exploded with joy.

Dutch fans celebrate Netherlands’ spectacular victory at Jazz Café Escazú

Clad in orange and beaming with joy, a crowd of Oranje fans poured out of Jazz Café Escazú to celebrate in the street. They had every reason to party: Against all expectations, the Netherlands national football team trounced Spain 5-1, paving the way for future victory.

Holland conquers Spain with whopping 5-1 victory

Dutch fans celebrate a goal against Spain in the Plaza de Democracia in San José where fans can watch all the World Cup games...

Mexico beats Cameroon 1-0

Mexico fan Raquel Hassidoff cheers for a near goal from the Mexican squad in their first World Cup match against Cameroon. Mexico fans gathered...

What’s it like watching the World Cup opener with Brazilians in Costa Rica (in 12 photos)

The Center for Brazilian Studies in Santa Ana held a joyous watch party for the World Cup opener Thursday afternoon. Back in the homeland, the favored Brazilians kicked off the tournament with a 3-1 victory over Croatia in São Paulo.
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