Rolando Fonseca

Rolando Fonseca Jiménez (born 6 June 1974) is a retired Costa Rican footballer who played as a forward.wikipedia
105 Related Articles

Costa Rica national football team

Costa RicaCosta Rica national teamnational team
Fonseca is the Costa Rica national football team's all-time top goalscorer.
Currently its historical topscorer is Rolando Fonseca with 47 goals.

Paulo Wanchope

Paulo César WanchopeWanchopeP. Wanchope
At the 2001 Copa América, Fonseca appeared in all four matches and scored against Bolivia, as the Costa Ricans won their first-round group with a team that also included Paulo César Wanchope, Walter Centeno, and Hernán Medford.
Wanchope is the second most prolific goalscorer in the history of the Costa Rica national football team, behind Rolando Fonseca, with 45 goals in 73 international matches.

2002 FIFA World Cup qualification (CONCACAF)

2002 FIFA World Cup qualification20022002 FIFA World Cup qualifier
During the same period, Costa Rica rose fast in CONCACAF, finishing in first place in World Cup qualifying.
* Rolando Fonseca

2003 CONCACAF Gold Cup

20032003 Gold CupGold Cup Qualifying
Fonseca remained in the national team after the World Cup, playing in the 2003 CONCACAF Gold Cup and scoring twice against the United States, but he was limited to only one cap in 2004 and two in 2005.

2001 Copa América

2001Copa América 20012001 Copa America
At the 2001 Copa América, Fonseca appeared in all four matches and scored against Bolivia, as the Costa Ricans won their first-round group with a team that also included Paulo César Wanchope, Walter Centeno, and Hernán Medford.

Álvaro Saborío

Alvaro SaborioSaboríoAlvaro Saborío
He substituted Álvaro Saborío in the 78th minute.
He made his senior debut for Costa Rica in an October 2002 friendly match against Ecuador and has, as of July 2015, earned a total of 103 caps, scoring 35 goals, placing him third at his country's all-time goalscorers list behind Rolando Fonseca and Paulo Wanchope.

1997 UNCAF Nations Cup

1997UNCAF Nations CupUNCAF Nations Cup 1997
He scored a hat trick against Honduras in the 1997 UNCAF Nations Cup, the first of three in his international career.

Aztecazo

1–22–1
Costa Rica then made a comeback in the second half, with goals by Rolando Fonseca and Hernán Medford, ending the match 1–2.

Association football

footballerfootballsoccer
Rolando Fonseca Jiménez (born 6 June 1974) is a retired Costa Rican footballer who played as a forward.

Forward (association football)

forwardstrikerFW
Rolando Fonseca Jiménez (born 6 June 1974) is a retired Costa Rican footballer who played as a forward.

Independiente Medellín

MedellínIndependiente MedellinDeportivo Independiente Medellín
Fonseca played for Comunicaciones in Guatemala, Independiente Medellín and América de Cali in Colombia, Pachuca and Pachuca in Mexico, as well as having home spells with Saprissa, Alajuelense and Municipal Liberia.

América de Cali

AméricaAmérica CaliAmerica de Cali
Fonseca played for Comunicaciones in Guatemala, Independiente Medellín and América de Cali in Colombia, Pachuca and Pachuca in Mexico, as well as having home spells with Saprissa, Alajuelense and Municipal Liberia.

C.F. Pachuca

PachucaCF PachucaPachuca CF
Fonseca played for Comunicaciones in Guatemala, Independiente Medellín and América de Cali in Colombia, Pachuca and Pachuca in Mexico, as well as having home spells with Saprissa, Alajuelense and Municipal Liberia.

Deportivo Saprissa

SaprissaC.D. SaprissaCFIS
Fonseca played for Comunicaciones in Guatemala, Independiente Medellín and América de Cali in Colombia, Pachuca and Pachuca in Mexico, as well as having home spells with Saprissa, Alajuelense and Municipal Liberia. His debut was with Deportivo Saprissa, on 1 June 1991, against ASODELI, and scored his first goal against San Carlos on 28 August.

Liga Deportiva Alajuelense

AlajuelenseLD AlajuelenseL.D. Alajuelense
Fonseca played for Comunicaciones in Guatemala, Independiente Medellín and América de Cali in Colombia, Pachuca and Pachuca in Mexico, as well as having home spells with Saprissa, Alajuelense and Municipal Liberia.

A.D. Municipal Liberia

Municipal LiberiaLiberia MíaLiberia
Fonseca played for Comunicaciones in Guatemala, Independiente Medellín and América de Cali in Colombia, Pachuca and Pachuca in Mexico, as well as having home spells with Saprissa, Alajuelense and Municipal Liberia.

A.D. Limonense

LimonenseASODELIAD Limonense
His debut was with Deportivo Saprissa, on 1 June 1991, against ASODELI, and scored his first goal against San Carlos on 28 August.

A.D. San Carlos

San CarlosAD San CarlosAsociación Deportiva San Carlos
His debut was with Deportivo Saprissa, on 1 June 1991, against ASODELI, and scored his first goal against San Carlos on 28 August.

CONCACAF Champions League

CONCACAF Champions' CupCONCACAF Champions CupContinental
He also won Costa Rican championships in 1993–94, 1994–95 (Saprissa), and 1996–97, 2001–02, 2002–03 and 2004–05 (Alajuelense), adding three CONCACAF Champions' Cups in 1993, 1995 (Saprissa), and 2004 (Alajuelense).