Costa Rica - Primera Division
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Saint Louis Signs Costa Rican Defender Cabalceta - USL Soccer
... Rican defender Erick Cabalceta, pending USL and United States Soccer Federation approval. Cabalceta was born in San Jose, Costa Rica and played in the Municipal Tibas youth system before joining Brujas in the Costa Rican Primera Division during the ...
Roy Miller comes back to MLS with Timbers - Big Apple Soccer
Big Apple Soccer
A native of San Jose, Costa Rica, Miller spent the past two seasons in the Costa Rica Primera Division Saprissa, making 48 appearances (48 starts) and scoring four goals across all competitions. In 2016, Miller helped Saprissa win its 33rd Primera ...
Ranking the 15 Best Leagues in CONCACAF - Brotherly Game (blog)
Brotherly Game (blog)
Costa Rica has a trio of clubs that dominate the Primera Division: Alajuelense, Deportivo Saprissa and Herediano. They have combined for 86 ... Major League Soccer is very deep, sporting twenty clubs and no clear dominant ones over the last few seasons.
Jean Carlos Solorzano signs with St Albans Saints - Star Weekly
Solorzano has carved out an impressive career in both Costa Rica and Australia. He got his break with Alajuelense in the Primera Division de Costa Rica, where he made 67 appearances in eight years, returning 21 goals. It was during this period that ...
About Primera Division
The Primera Division of Costa Rica is the top-flight football league in Costa Rica overseen by the FEDEFUTBOL - Federation of Costa Rican Football. There are 12 football clubs participating in the Primera Division. The current Costa Rican champion football club is Deportivo Saprissa. They have won the league a total of 28 times. The Season is divided into two parts much in the way as the South American leagues have the Apertura and Clausura. In the Costa Rican league the season is divided into the Invierno and the Verano. The League consists of 2 groups of 6 football clubs. The teams are re-arranged between the Invierno and Verano tournaments.