Nicaragua national football team

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The Nicaragua national football team (Selección de fútbol de Nicaragua) is controlled by the Nicaraguan Football Federation.wikipedia
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Guatemala national football team

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Nicaragua achieved its first qualification to a major international competition in 2009, when it qualified for the 2009 Gold Cup as the last entrant from Central America, after a 2–0 win over Guatemala of the fifth place match in the 2009 Nations Cup.
Guatemala began the tournament with a 2–1 win against Haiti, followed by a 1–0 win over defending champions Mexico, a 0–0 draw against Honduras, a 2–0 win over Trinidad and Tobago, and a 2–0 win over Nicaragua, being crowned CONCACAF champions for the first time.

Haiti national football team

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After qualifying for the 2019 Gold Cup on the back of finishing ninth in Nations League qualifying, they would go on to finish bottom of the group with losses to Costa Rica, Haiti and Bermuda.
However, Haiti in the final round consisting of six teams, finished in fifth place, defeating Nicaragua 2–1 to avoid last place.

Netherlands Antilles national football team

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They lost all 4 games: 7–2 to the hosts Costa Rica on 10 May, 8–0 to El Salvador on 13 May, 9–1 to the Netherlands Antilles on 15 May and 5–2 to Panama on 18 May.

CONCACAF

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The CONCACAF proclaimed champion of the region for the country that achieved the first place in the qualifiers for the FIFA World Cup.

CONCACAF Championship

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In 1963, Nicaragua participated in the first CONCACAF Championship which included all countries of the region, North America, Central America and the Caribbean.

Costa Rica national football team

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They lost all 4 games: 7–2 to the hosts Costa Rica on 10 May, 8–0 to El Salvador on 13 May, 9–1 to the Netherlands Antilles on 15 May and 5–2 to Panama on 18 May.

2009 UNCAF Nations Cup

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Nicaragua achieved its first qualification to a major international competition in 2009, when it qualified for the 2009 Gold Cup as the last entrant from Central America, after a 2–0 win over Guatemala of the fifth place match in the 2009 Nations Cup.
The remaining teams – El Salvador, Nicaragua, and Belize – were drawn into the same group as Honduras.

Nicaraguan Football Federation

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The Nicaragua national football team (Selección de fútbol de Nicaragua) is controlled by the Nicaraguan Football Federation.
The Nicaraguan Football Federation (Federación Nicaragüense de Fútbol) is the official governing body of football (soccer) in Nicaragua and is in charge of the Nicaragua national football team.

CONCACAF Gold Cup

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The event was named the CONCACAF Gold Cup, with the United States hosting the first competition in 1991.

Juan Barrera

Juan Ramón Barrera Pérez (born 2 May 1989) is a Nicaraguan professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Real Estelí FC and the Nicaragua national team.

David Solórzano

David Solorzano
David Sebastián Solórzano Sánchez (born 8 November 1980) is a Nicaraguan footballer who currently plays for Diriangén and plays for the Nicaragua national football team.

Carlos Chavarría

Chavarría has also represented Nicaragua internationally, both at U-20s, and senior level.

Luis Fernando Copete

Luis Copete
Born in Colombia, he is a member, as a naturalised citizen, of the Nicaragua national team.

Rudel Calero

Rudel Alessandro Calero Nicaragua (born December 20, 1982) is a Nicaraguan footballer who currently plays for Real Estelí and the Nicaragua national football team.

Jaime Moreno (footballer, born 1995)

Jaime Moreno
Jaime José Moreno Ciorciari (born 30 March 1995) is a Venezuelan-born Nicaraguan footballer who plays as a striker for Real Estelí FC and the Nicaragua national team.

Manuel Rosas Arreola

Manuel Rosas
Born in Mexico, he is a member, as a naturalised citizen, of the Nicaragua national team.

Emilio Palacios

Palacios made his debut for Nicaragua in an April 2001 friendly match against Belize and has earned a total of 26 caps, scoring 11 goals.

Raúl Leguías

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Panama-born (and therefore nicknamed Pananica) Leguías changed citizenship made his debut for Nicaragua in a January 2011 Copa Centroamericana match against Panama and has, as of December 2013, earned a total of 13 caps, scoring 3 goals.

Daniel Cadena

Daniel Cadena Sanchez (born 9 February 1987 in Sanlúcar de Barrameda, Cádiz, Andalucia, Spain) is a football forward who currently plays for Spanish team Mérida AD and the Nicaragua national football team.

Anguilla national football team

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In the first round of the qualifiers for the 2018 World Cup in Russia, Anguilla were drawn to play Nicaragua.

El Salvador national football team

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El Salvador took part for the first time alongside Costa Rica, Curaçao, Nicaragua, and Panama.