Attending the Apertura: Watching a first-division Costa Rican soccer match the right way

Drums beat, a cluster of rowdy fans dances nonstop, and the concrete stands shake.
The World Cup may be over, but Costa Rica’s passion for soccer never is. The veritable mosh pit in the south stands at Estadio Ricardo Saprissa Aymá is always there.
If you’re a diehard supporter, a casual fan, or a soccer novice looking to catch a match in Costa Rica, it’s an enjoyable weekend activity that won’t break the bank. Even if

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