JOHANNESBURG (AP) Costa Rica’s first national football team, known as “The Pequod,” will celebrate its 100th birthday next month.
The Peacemakers, a team of players who were born and raised in the Caribbean, were a force on the soccer field for the last 50 years.
Now they’re a symbol of hope and hope alone.
A year ago, Costa Rica celebrated its independence from Spain, and it was the first country in the world to be formally independent.
Now Costa Rica is officially a sovereign nation, which means it has its own laws, customs and laws.
The team, which was founded in 1912, was the last of its kind in Costa Rica.
But its history goes far beyond soccer.
The country is known as the “Peacemaking Country,” and the Peacemaker name refers to its role as a catalyst for the country to grow.
It’s a history that’s touched many people in Costa Rico, and the team has been a rallying point for those who were not born into it.
The team plays in the Liga Privada, the countrys national team.
The “Peccadores” play in the Costa Rican National Cup, a soccer tournament that features teams from more than 100 countries.
Costa Rica has been the runner-up of the tournament every year since 1998.
The club has been part of the soccer world for decades.
But the team started as a local club, and then became a major league club in the mid-1990s.
It played in all of Costa Ricas first two seasons of the Costa Rica Football Federation, the soccer governing body.
The Peacemen won the first two championships, and won the last two.