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Netherlands vs. Costa Rica live 2014 FIFA WORLD CUP Quarter-finals
|Netherlands vs. Costa Rica live 2014 FIFA WORLD CUP Quarter-finals|
Watch Netherlands vs. Costa Rica Live FIFA WORLD CUP 2014 on 05 Jul 2014 @17:00 Local time or Eastern Time 4:00 PM ET. Netherlands vs. Costa Rica Live Match will held at Arena Fonte Nova Salvador (BRA). Netherlands vs. Costa Rica Live Match is under Quarter-finals. Here you can watch Netherlands vs. Costa Rica live HD Football Match and also get free p2p live stream! based on your demand. Just follow the below links which will lead you to go the live match. You are most welcome to catch Netherlands vs. Costa Rica live enjoyable match events staying with us.
|Netherlands vs. Costa Rica live 2014 FIFA WORLD CUP Quarter-finals on 05 Jul 2014|
Netherlands vs. Costa Rica LIVE 2014 FIFA WORLD CUP MATCH
COMPETITION NAME: Netherlands vs. Costa Rica
VENUE: Arena Fonte Nova Salvador (BRA)
COMPETITOR: Netherlands, Costa Rica
DATE: 05 Jul 2014
TIME: 17:00 Local time | 4:00 PM ET
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Squad Lists (Netherlands)
Goalkeepers: Jasper Cillessen, Michel Vorm, Tim Krul
Defenders: Ron Vlaar, Stefan de Vrij, Bruno Martins Indi, Daryl Janmaat, Paul Verhaegh, Joël Veltman, Terence Kongolo
Midfielders: Daley Blind, Nigel de Jong, Jonathan De Guzmán, Wesley Sneijder, Arjen Robben, Jordy Clasie, Leroy Fer
Forwards: Robin van Persie, Dirk Kuyt, Jeremain Lens, Klaas-Jan Huntelaar, Georginio Wijnaldum, Memphis Depay
COACH: Louis VAN GAAL (NED)
Squad Lists (Costa Rica)
Goalkeepers: Keylor Navas (Levante), Patrick Pemberton (Alajuelense) Daniel Cambronero (Herediano)
Defenders: Johnny Acosta (Alajuelense), Giancarlo Gonzalez (Columbus Crew), Michael Umana (Saprissa), Oscar Duarte (Bruges), Waylon Francis (Columbus Crew), Heiner Mora (Saprissa), Junior Diaz (Mainz 05), Christian Gamboa (Rosenborg), Roy Miller (New York Red Bulls)
Midfielders: Celso Borges (AIK), Christian Bolanos (Copenhagen), Esteban Granados (Herediano), Michael Barrantes (Aalesund), Yeltsin Tejeda (Saprissa), Diego Calvo (Valerenga), Jose Miguel Cubero (Herediano)
Forwards: Bryan Ruiz (PSV Eindhoven, on loan from Fulham), Joel Campbell (Olympiakos, on loan from Arsenal), Randall Brenes (Cartagines), Marco Urena (FC Kuban Krasnodar)
COACH: Jorge Luis PINTO (COL)
The Match Facts of Netherlands VS Costa Rica 2014 FIFA WORLD CUP
OFFICIALS Referee: Ravshan IRMATOV from Uzbekistan (UZB)
Assistant Referee 1: Abduxamidullo RASULOV (UZB)
Assistant Referee 2: Bakhadyr KOCHKAROV (KGZ)
Fourth official: Noumandiez DOUE (CIV)
TOTAL MATCHES PLAYED: 0
NED: WINS (0), DRAWS (0)
CRC: WINS (0), DRAWS (0)
TOTAL GOALS SCORED: 0
|Stadium of ARENA FONTE NOVA|
About the Stadium of ARENA FONTE NOVA:
Stadium name: Arena Fonte Nova
Year constructed: 1951
Overall capacity: 51900
The first capital city in Brazil’s history, Salvador will welcome the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™ at a new, purpose-built stadium with a capacity of 51,900. The new arena will host six games at the tournament and has been constructed on the site of the Fonte Nova.
Officially known as the Estadio Octavio Mangabeira, the Fonte Nova was opened on 28 January 1951 and was the venue for many a derby between Salavador’s Esporte Clube Bahia and Esporte Clube Vitoria. It was closed in November 2007 and subsequently demolished three years later.
The stadium that has risen in its place, the Arena Fonte Nova, has been modelled on its predecessor and is covered by a lightweight, metal roof. A public-private joint venture, the complex will house a panoramic restaurant, museum of football, car parks, shops, hotels and a concert hall.
Maintaining the proud tradition of the Fonte Nova, the new stadium will host four group matches, three of them featuring top-seeded teams, as well as a Round-of-16 match and a quarter-final tie.
About the City of SALVADOR:
When the Portuguese crown first decided to carry out the endeavour of colonising Brazil, the first urban area to be settled in was Salvador, which was established on 29 March 1549. This is one of the reasons why the coastal city in the country's north-east was one of the main poles of slave trade in South America. As a consequence, Salvador grew under deep influence of Portuguese, Afro-descendents and indigenous alike: a situation that contributed to the cultural richness that typifies the city today.
The presence of African elements is all around in Salvador, from the circles of capoeira (a combination of martial art and dance brought to Brazil by African slaves) at the Modelo Martket to the beat of the agogôs and atabaques (percussion instruments) in the rites of the Candomblé - a syncretic religion conceived in Brazil. Such African heritage has awarded Salvador with the nickname Roma Negra (Black Rome).
Salvador's privileged topography is one of its most appealing attributes, with a clear division between the Cidade Baixa and Cidade Alta (Low City and High City), both of which are connected to each other by one of the city's most important sights, the Elevador Lacerda. But the ultimate icon of the city is the Pelourinho, which is its historical centre: its churches and colourful colonial buildings have been a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985.
Besides being a historical gem and the birthplace of several of Brazil's most significant artists, the capital of the state of Bahia has also grown and developed to become the economic centre in the north-east and the country's third-most populous city, with roughly three million residents.
It comes as a surprise to no-one after an edition of the Campeonato Brasileiro when the figures show that a team from Salvador - either Esporte Clube Bahia or Esporte Clube Vitória - topped the attendance average charts. The soteropolitanos are as mad about football as anyone else in Brazil.
The two rivals comfortably dominate the football scene within the state of Bahia, and have an important national background as well: Bahia, the Tricolor, won the Campeonato Brasileiro in 1988 and the Taca Brasil in 1959 (a predecessor of the national championships), while Vitória have collected three North-east Cup titles and were runners-up in the Brasileiro in 1993. The Leão are also famous for housing one of the best youth academies in the country, having produced the likes of FIFA World Cup™ champions Bebeto and Dida.
One of the most fantastic moments for one to be in Salvador - only comparable to the city's vivacious Carnival celebrations - is during a Ba-Vi, the famous derby between the two rivals. While Vitoria owns the Barradão and EC Bahia plays its home matches at state-owned Pituaçu, the ultimate stage for big matches at the state of Bahia is the Fonte Nova, which has been closed since 2007. The former stadium was imploded and a brand new one is being built upon the same ground to host the FIFA World Cup.