Costa Rica wear red home shits with white trim which are supplied by Spanish brand Joma and they are one of the most dominant sides on the CONCACAF confederation along with Mexico, USA and Honduras. The nation have been CONCACAF champions on three occasions, runners-up on once occasion and third place on four occasions. Fulham's Bryan Ruiz is arguably the nations best player on the current roster.
Costa Rica's most capped player is Luis Marin (116 caps) and their top scorer is the well known Paulo Wanchope who has 43 international goals. They played their first international against El Salvador in 1921 winning seven nil. Their biggest win was a 12-0 thrashing of Puerto Rico in 1946. Mexico have twice put seven past them without reply for their heaviest defeats. Costa Rica play in home shirts of red with blue shorts and white socks, the away kit is a white shirt with blue shorts and red socks.
New Balance combine understated style with traditional class for the Costa Rica national team third strip Set for debut on October 8 in a friendly match against South Africa, Costa Rica will showcase a brand new third strip which features the home colours in a stunning design to add a sense of pa [...]
After an emphatic World Cup in Brazil, Costa Rica have revealed their new home and away kits made by new kit supplier by New Balance. Recently signed with Lotto, the new New Balance home shirt is rather simple in design featuring a traditional styled buttoned collar [...]
Signing a new kit deal with Panama last week, American brand New Balance have just signed a new kit deal with Costa Rica [...]
Pooled with England, Italy and Uruguay Costa Rica have officially launched their new home and away kits for the 2014 World Cup. Supplied by Italian brand Lotto Sport Italia, the new Costa Rica home kit features their trademark red colour along with blue trim on the collar, sleeve hems and sides [...]
Costa Rica play in the CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying group they are nicknamed Los Ticos and have qualified for four world cups, once progressing to the knock-out stages. The Costa Rican's have never won the CONCACAF Gold Cup, but did finish runners up in 2002, they have also played in the Copa America, making the quarter-finals on their last two occasions.
The nation also play in the UNCAF which is a sub-confederation to the CONCACAF and they have won the UNCAF on seven occasions.