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Costa Rica women to face Mexico in first matches since Covid

Saturday’s match will be broadcast in Costa Rica by Repretel, Channel 7, Teletica Radio, Columbia and Monumental. 

US, Mexico and Canada win race to host 2026 World Cup

The tournament will return to North America for the first time since 1994.

President of Panama seeks ideas in Costa Rica to boost football back home

President Varela used his visit to Costa Rica to jumpstart efforts to create new facilities in Panama.

Keylor Navas, Real Madrid clinch La Liga title in Spain

Keylor will have a chance to win another title on June 3 when Real Madrid plays the final game of the 2017 Europe Champions League against Italy's Juventus.

Copa America in the U.S.: Gaffes expose rushed planning, draw ire

Mixed up anthems, "crazy" travel schedules and half-empty stadiums make some question whether the U.S. was the best choice to host the historically South American soccer tournament.

Keylor Navas and Real Madrid beat Wolfsburg to classify for Champions League semifinals

Costa Rica's Keylor Navas helped Real Madrid classify to the Champions League semifinals on Tuesday as the team looks to save its once-lost season.

US men’s team redeems itself with 4-0 thrashing of Guatemala

The United States got their flagging 2018 World Cup qualification campaign back on track on Tuesday with a 4-0 thrashing of Guatemala.

Jamaica Part II: Will Costa Rica’s La Sele find its killer instinct?

Costa Rica's football team is returning to San José Tuesday night when it takes on Jamaica in a World Cup Qualifier at 8 p.m. There they'll look to widen their lead over the rest of their group and get one step closer to the final hexagonal round.

Guatemala shocks US with 2-0 win in World Cup qualifier

With goals in the first 15 minutes from Rafael Morales and Carlos Ruíz and an outstanding performance from goalkeeper Paulo Motta, Guatemala earned their first ever World Cup qualifying victory over the U.S.

FIFA wants former officials, including Costa Rica’s Eduardo Li, to pay back millions

FIFA on Wednesday sought tens of millions of dollars in damages from the "sordid" officials facing charges in the United States over mass bribery scandals that have rocked world football.

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