C.S. Herediano

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Club Sport Herediano, commonly known as Herediano and nicknamed El Team, is a Costa Rican multisport club based in the district of San Francisco, Heredia.wikipedia
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Liga FPD

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It plays in the Primera División de Costa Rica, the top tier of the Costa Rican football league system.
The league was founded in 1921, with Herediano crowned as the first champions.

Liga Deportiva Alajuelense

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Herediano are one of two clubs to have never been relegated, along with Alajuelense. Herediano holds many long-standing rivalries, most notably against Alajuelense, Saprissa and Cartaginés.
Alajuelense is one of two clubs to have never been relegated, along with Herediano.

C.S. Cartaginés

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Herediano holds many long-standing rivalries, most notably against Alajuelense, Saprissa and Cartaginés.
By 1940 Cartaginés only had three players left from its 1936 championship season, but they still managed to make it to the final against heavily favorites Herediano.

Paulo Wanchope

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It has contributed many key and famous players towards Costa Rica's FIFA World Cup squads such as Marvin Obando, Germán Chavarría, Claudio Jara, Mauricio Wright, Paulo Wanchope, David Myrie, Óscar Granados, José Miguel Cubero, and Daniel Cambronero.
Born in Heredia, Wanchope began his career with CS Herediano moving to England to play with Derby County along with fellow Costa Rican Mauricio Solís on 27 March 1997.

Germán Chavarría

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It has contributed many key and famous players towards Costa Rica's FIFA World Cup squads such as Marvin Obando, Germán Chavarría, Claudio Jara, Mauricio Wright, Paulo Wanchope, David Myrie, Óscar Granados, José Miguel Cubero, and Daniel Cambronero.
Germán José Chavarría Jiménez (born 19 March 1959 in San José) is a retired Costa Rican football player who currently is an assistant coach for Herediano.

Claudio Jara

It has contributed many key and famous players towards Costa Rica's FIFA World Cup squads such as Marvin Obando, Germán Chavarría, Claudio Jara, Mauricio Wright, Paulo Wanchope, David Myrie, Óscar Granados, José Miguel Cubero, and Daniel Cambronero.
Claudio Miguel Jara Granados (born 6 May 1959) is a former Costa Rican football striker who played more than a decade for Herediano and participated in the 1990 FIFA World Cup finals.

Óscar Granados

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It has contributed many key and famous players towards Costa Rica's FIFA World Cup squads such as Marvin Obando, Germán Chavarría, Claudio Jara, Mauricio Wright, Paulo Wanchope, David Myrie, Óscar Granados, José Miguel Cubero, and Daniel Cambronero.
Óscar Esteban Granados Maroto (born 25 October 1985) is a Costa Rican footballer who plays as a defensive midfielder for Herediano.

Heredia, Costa Rica

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Club Sport Herediano, commonly known as Herediano and nicknamed El Team, is a Costa Rican multisport club based in the district of San Francisco, Heredia.
The city's football club is Herediano, who have won the league title 25 times.

José Miguel Cubero

It has contributed many key and famous players towards Costa Rica's FIFA World Cup squads such as Marvin Obando, Germán Chavarría, Claudio Jara, Mauricio Wright, Paulo Wanchope, David Myrie, Óscar Granados, José Miguel Cubero, and Daniel Cambronero.
Cubero made his professional debut for Herediano on 26 March 2006 against Santacruceña and had a spell on loan at Puntarenas in 2009.

David Myrie

It has contributed many key and famous players towards Costa Rica's FIFA World Cup squads such as Marvin Obando, Germán Chavarría, Claudio Jara, Mauricio Wright, Paulo Wanchope, David Myrie, Óscar Granados, José Miguel Cubero, and Daniel Cambronero.
On May 27, 2013 Myrie was signed by Herediano of the Primera División de Costa Rica.

Mauricio Wright

It has contributed many key and famous players towards Costa Rica's FIFA World Cup squads such as Marvin Obando, Germán Chavarría, Claudio Jara, Mauricio Wright, Paulo Wanchope, David Myrie, Óscar Granados, José Miguel Cubero, and Daniel Cambronero.
Wright has also played for Herediano in Costa Rica and AEK, together with Walter Centeno, in the Greek Super League.

Alpha United FC

Alpha United
In the Champions League, Alpha United traveled to Costa Rica to take on Herediano.

Umbro

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Umbro are the kit manufacturers.

Daniel Cambronero

It has contributed many key and famous players towards Costa Rica's FIFA World Cup squads such as Marvin Obando, Germán Chavarría, Claudio Jara, Mauricio Wright, Paulo Wanchope, David Myrie, Óscar Granados, José Miguel Cubero, and Daniel Cambronero.
He moved to UCR in 2007 and joined Herediano in 2011.

Eladio Rosabal Cordero

Eladio Rosabal
In 1964 the former manager Vicente Montero made a motion for the stadium to be named Eladio Rosabal Cordero.
He was one of the founders of the Costa Rican football club, Herediano.

Marvin Obando

It has contributed many key and famous players towards Costa Rica's FIFA World Cup squads such as Marvin Obando, Germán Chavarría, Claudio Jara, Mauricio Wright, Paulo Wanchope, David Myrie, Óscar Granados, José Miguel Cubero, and Daniel Cambronero.

2018 CONCACAF League

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Herediano defeated Motagua in the final to win their first CONCACAF League, and qualified for the 2019 CONCACAF Champions League to join the 15 direct entrants.

Estadio Eladio Rosabal Cordero

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El Team plays its home matches at the Estadio Eladio Rosabal Cordero.
It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Herediano.

2009–10 CONCACAF Champions League

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Thus, the bid was awarded to a third team from Costa Rica, Herediano, the highest non-champion from the combined 2008 Invierno and 2009 Verano seasons.