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Costa Rica's Copa America profile, roster, broadcasters

By virtue of winning the 2014 Copa Centroamericana, Costa Rica is one of the six CONCACAF teams that will participate in this year’s edition of the Copa America Centenario. They will be joined by other five invitees, namely the United States, Mexico, Jamaica, Haiti and Panama. Interestingly, this is not the first time La Sele are participating in this tournament. Here is a brief history of their participation. 

Costa Rica’s Copa America history

The Costa Ricans first participated in this tournament in 1997, where they failed to register a single win out of three matches played. They lost two, drew one, and conceded 10 goals in the process. Their next participation was in 2001 and 2004 where they finished 5th and 7th respectively. In 2011, they played in the group stage of the tournament and finished 9th after winning two and losing one of their three matches. This year’s edition will be their first appearance since 2011.

Recent form

In 2015, Los Ticos played a total of 16 international matches, including friendlies. Out of the 16, they won five, lost six and drawn five. In 2016, they have only played three international matches; two of them were 2018 World Cup Qualifiers against Jamaica both home and away. They drew the first leg 1-1 and won 3-0 at home in the reverse fixture. The other fixture was a friendly match against Venezuela in Barinas, where they lost by a solitary goal. In FIFA World Rankings, the Central American nation sits at the 25th position with 829 points.

Manager’s profile

Former Costa Rica international Oscar Ramirez is the head coach of the country’s national football team. In his career as a player for the national team, he made 75 appearances and scored six goals in the process. He was named the manager of the country’s team on August 18, 2015. Prior to that, he had worked under Hernan Medford as the assistant coach of Costa Rica from 2006 to 2008.

Copa America broadcasters in Costa Rica

National broadcaster Repretel will air the Copa America live in Spanish in Costa Rica on its family of channels. Coverage will be shared with Teletica. Online streaming of the matches will be available on Repretel’s digital platform, Repretel En Vivo, whereas Teletica will carry its games live online on its streaming platform, Teletica En Vivo. Geo-restrictions will be applied for streamers outside Costa Rica.

Go to Costa Rica's page for the team's full Copa America Centenario fixtures and global online and TV listings.

Team roster

Here is Costa Rica’s provisional 40-man team roster for Copa America Centenario. The final 23-man squad will be named by May 20.

Goalkeepers: Keylor Navas (Real Madrid) Patrick Pemberton (Alajuelense), Esteban Alvarado (Trabzonspor ) and Leonel Moreira (Herediano 

Defenders: Cristian Gamboa (West Bromwich Albion), Jose Salvatierra (Alajuelense), Allan Miranda (Herediano), Dave Myrie (Herediano), Michael Umaña (Persepolis), Johnny Acosta (Alajuelense), Pablo Salazar (Herediano), Oscar Duarte (Espanyol), Kendall Waston (Vancouver Whitecaps), Junior Diaz (Darmstadt), Roy Miller (Saprissa), Ronald Matarrita (New York City FC), Bryan Oviedo (Everton), Waylon Francis (Columbus Crew SC), Francisco Calvo (Saprissa), Bismark Acosta (Brann) and Diego Madrigal (Alajuelense )

Midfielders: Marvin Angulo (Saprissa), David Guzman (Saprissa), Yeltsen Tejeda (Evian), Jose Cubero (Herediano),Celso Borges (Deportivo La Coruña), Randall Azofeifa (Herediano), Esteban Granados (Herediano), Bryan Ruiz (Sporting Club), Johan Venegas (Montreal Impact), Deyver Vega (Brann), Diego Calvo (Saprissa), Christian Bolaños (Vancouver Whitecaps) and Joel Campbell (Arsenal )

Forwards: Ariel Rodriguez (Alajuelense), Yendrick Ruiz (Herediano), Alvaro Saborio (D.C. United),  Marcos Ureña (Midtjylland ), David Ramirez (Saprissa) and Johnny Woodly (Carmelita)

Colombia vs Costa Rica TV and Streaming Schedule

Canada: Univision Canada
United States: fuboTV, Fox Sports GO, Fox Sports 2 USA, Univision Deportes USA, Fox Soccer 2GO USA, Univision USA

USA vs Costa Rica TV and Streaming Schedule

Canada: Univision Canada
United States: fuboTV, Fox Sports GO, Fox Sports 1 USA, Univision Deportes USA, Fox Soccer 2GO USA, UniMás

Costa Rica vs Paraguay TV and Streaming Schedule

Canada: Univision Canada
United States: fuboTV, Fox Sports GO, Fox Soccer 2GO USA, Univision Deportes USA, FOX Network, Univision USA

Costa Rica's Euro 2016 profile, roster, broadcasters

By virtue of winning the 2014 Copa Centroamericana, Costa Rica is one of the six CONCACAF teams that will participate in this year’s edition of the Copa America Centenario. They will be joined by other five invitees, namely the United States, Mexico, Jamaica, Haiti and Panama. Interestingly, this is not the first time La Sele are participating in this tournament. Here is a brief history of their participation. 

Costa Rica’s Copa America history

The Costa Ricans first participated in this tournament in 1997, where they failed to register a single win out of three matches played. They lost two, drew one, and conceded 10 goals in the process. Their next participation was in 2001 and 2004 where they finished 5th and 7th respectively. In 2011, they played in the group stage of the tournament and finished 9th after winning two and losing one of their three matches. This year’s edition will be their first appearance since 2011.

Recent form

In 2015, Los Ticos played a total of 16 international matches, including friendlies. Out of the 16, they won five, lost six and drawn five. In 2016, they have only played three international matches; two of them were 2018 World Cup Qualifiers against Jamaica both home and away. They drew the first leg 1-1 and won 3-0 at home in the reverse fixture. The other fixture was a friendly match against Venezuela in Barinas, where they lost by a solitary goal. In FIFA World Rankings, the Central American nation sits at the 25th position with 829 points.

Manager’s profile

Former Costa Rica international Oscar Ramirez is the head coach of the country’s national football team. In his career as a player for the national team, he made 75 appearances and scored six goals in the process. He was named the manager of the country’s team on August 18, 2015. Prior to that, he had worked under Hernan Medford as the assistant coach of Costa Rica from 2006 to 2008.

Copa America broadcasters in Costa Rica

National broadcaster Repretel will air the Copa America live in Spanish in Costa Rica on its family of channels. Coverage will be shared with Teletica. Online streaming of the matches will be available on Repretel’s digital platform, Repretel En Vivo, whereas Teletica will carry its games live online on its streaming platform, Teletica En Vivo. Geo-restrictions will be applied for streamers outside Costa Rica.

Go to Costa Rica's page for the team's full Copa America Centenario fixtures and global online and TV listings.

Team roster

Here is Costa Rica’s provisional 40-man team roster for Copa America Centenario. The final 23-man squad will be named by May 20.

Goalkeepers: Keylor Navas (Real Madrid) Patrick Pemberton (Alajuelense), Esteban Alvarado (Trabzonspor ) and Leonel Moreira (Herediano 

Defenders: Cristian Gamboa (West Bromwich Albion), Jose Salvatierra (Alajuelense), Allan Miranda (Herediano), Dave Myrie (Herediano), Michael Umaña (Persepolis), Johnny Acosta (Alajuelense), Pablo Salazar (Herediano), Oscar Duarte (Espanyol), Kendall Waston (Vancouver Whitecaps), Junior Diaz (Darmstadt), Roy Miller (Saprissa), Ronald Matarrita (New York City FC), Bryan Oviedo (Everton), Waylon Francis (Columbus Crew SC), Francisco Calvo (Saprissa), Bismark Acosta (Brann) and Diego Madrigal (Alajuelense )

Midfielders: Marvin Angulo (Saprissa), David Guzman (Saprissa), Yeltsen Tejeda (Evian), Jose Cubero (Herediano),Celso Borges (Deportivo La Coruña), Randall Azofeifa (Herediano), Esteban Granados (Herediano), Bryan Ruiz (Sporting Club), Johan Venegas (Montreal Impact), Deyver Vega (Brann), Diego Calvo (Saprissa), Christian Bolaños (Vancouver Whitecaps) and Joel Campbell (Arsenal )

Forwards: Ariel Rodriguez (Alajuelense), Yendrick Ruiz (Herediano), Alvaro Saborio (D.C. United),  Marcos Ureña (Midtjylland ), David Ramirez (Saprissa) and Johnny Woodly (Carmelita)

Colombia vs Costa Rica TV and Streaming Schedule

Canada: Univision Canada
United States: fuboTV, Fox Sports GO, Fox Sports 2 USA, Univision Deportes USA, Fox Soccer 2GO USA, Univision USA

USA vs Costa Rica TV and Streaming Schedule

Canada: Univision Canada
United States: fuboTV, Fox Sports GO, Fox Sports 1 USA, Univision Deportes USA, Fox Soccer 2GO USA, UniMás

Costa Rica vs Paraguay TV and Streaming Schedule

Canada: Univision Canada
United States: fuboTV, Fox Sports GO, Fox Soccer 2GO USA, Univision Deportes USA, FOX Network, Univision USA

Costa Rica Football Association Info & Statistics

History Founded: 1921, Affiliated: 1927
Uniform Jerseys: Red, Shorts:Blue, Stockings:White
Website http://www.fedefutbol.com
World Cup Appearances 4: (1990, 2002, 2006, 2014)
Continental Titles First: CONCACAF Championship (1963, 1969)
Second: CONCACAF Gold Cup (2002 USA)
Best Results Third: FIFA Club World Cup (2005)
Fourth: FIFA U-20 World Cup Final (2009)
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