Real Madrid goalkeeper Keylor Navas headlines Costa Rica’s 23-man World Cup squad.
The Ticos will be looking to repeat their heroics of 2014 when they stunned the world by winning a group that also included England, Uruguay and Italy, ultimately reaching the quarter-finals.
This time they are in a group that also includes Brazil, Switzerland and Serbia.
Navas is joined by six current MLS players. However, the most surprising absence is another MLS player – DC United midfielder Ulises Segura – who had become a regular for Costa Rica under Oscar Ramirez over the past year.