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Costa Rica to allow 5,000 fans at World Cup qualifier

Costa Rica has yet to win in this round of World Cup qualifying.

Costa Rica won’t allow fans at World Cup qualifier

The Costa Rica men’s soccer team this month will host El Salvador for an important World Cup qualifier at an empty National Stadium. Instead...

Enter the Octagon: Costa Rica, Canada, USA start World Cup qualifiers

A youthful United States squad will be looking to exorcise the ghost of the team's ill-fated bid to reach the 2018 World Cup on Thursday as the CONCACAF region's final qualifiers for Qatar 2022 get under way.

Costa Rica’s ‘La Sele’ unveils World Cup qualifier kits

The Costa Rican Football Federation (FEDEFUTBOL) unveiled the uniforms that the men’s team will wear during its upcoming World Cup qualifiers.

After 5 months and 3 friendlies, UAE fires coach Pinto

Pinto, a 67-year-old Colombian who led Costa Rica to the quarter-finals of the 2014 World Cup, was the UAE's fourth coach since January 2019.

Former Colombia, Costa Rica boss Jorge Luis Pinto to coach UAE

Jorge Luis Pinto, best known for leading Costa Rica to the World Cup quarterfinals, is set to take over the United Arab Emirates national team

Florida company pleads guilty in NY to soccer bribery

Imagina US pleaded guilty over bribes to four Central American soccer federations.

Costa Rica’s ex-football chief Eduardo Li gets house arrest

The judge's decision came despite a demand from federal prosecutors of a deposit of $10 million to $15 million as security that Li would remain in the U.S. to face fraud and money laundering charges.

Costa Rica head football coach Wanchope quits

“We’re all human and sometimes we can lose our senses,” Wanchope said at a news conference Wednesday. “And yesterday I lost my senses disgracefully.”

How the US can arrest FIFA officials in Switzerland

As many amateur humorists on social media noted Wednesday morning, there's a certain appropriateness to the United States having been the country to articulate and disrupt alleged corruption within the governing body of international football. Here's why they can do it.

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