Liga Deportiva Alajuelense (L.D.A.)
Phone: ( 506 ) 2443-1617
Fax: ( 506 ) 2441-5452
Description: Liga Deportiva Alajuelense (L.D.A.), is a Costa Rican football club, currently playing in the Primera División de Costa Rica. It was founded on June 18, 1919. The team is located in Alajuela's downtown and they play their local games at the Estadio Alejandro Morera Soto.
Municipal Pérez Zeledón
Description: Municipal Pérez Zeledón is a Costa Rican football team playing at the top level in the Primera Division. It is based in San Isidro. Their home stadium is Estadio Municipal Pérez Zeledón. Their nickname is 'Guerreros del Sur' or The Southern Warriors.
Club Sport Herediano (C.S.H)
Phone: ( 506 ) 2260-3322 / 2261-7305
Description: Club Sport Herediano is a football club for Costa Rica's Primera División, which plays in Heredia and is also one of the oldest franchises in Costa Rican soccer. Don Eladio Rosabal Cordero whom the Stadium in Heredia was named after in 1965 was not just one of the founding fathers of the club but he was also one of the most historic and decorated players to ever wear the red and yellow shirt. The stadium has a capacity of 7,836 people and has been the site of CS Herediano's home since 1921.
Santos de Guápiles Fútbol Club
Description: Santos de Guápiles Fútbol Club is a Costa Rican football club, which currently plays in the Segunda División. The club was founded in 1961, plays in Estadio Ebal Rodríguez in Guápiles, Limón, Costa Rica. They also have a really loyal fan club, they call themselves "La Marea Roja".
Club Sport Cartaginés Sociedad Anónima Deportiva (C.S.C)
Localization: 400 metros al sur de los Tribunales de Justicia, Cartago, República de Costa Rica.
Phone: ( 506 ) 2592-0102
Fax: ( 506 ) 2591-8633
Description: Club Sport Cartaginés Deportiva S.A. is a Costa Rican football club, who currently plays in the Costa Rican Primera División. The club plays in Estadio Jose Rafael Fello Meza, in Barrio Asis de Cartago, Costa Rica. The club is the oldest in Costa Rica, having been founded in 1906. It has won three Costa Rican championships, in 1923, 1936, and 1940.