Costa Rica’s new jersey plans: Costa Rica gets new jersey for 2017

The Costa Rica national team has announced its plans for the 2017 World Cup in Brazil.

The Costa Rican team has been without its starting lineup since March because of a virus outbreak.

The team will replace the starters on its starting line-up with new ones.

Goalkeeper Santiago Villalobos, right, has replaced Cristian Rodriguez in the starting lineup.

The team is looking to play its final match at the Copa América Centenario in 2019.

The players will wear new uniforms in the World Cup.

The new jerseys will be worn for the first time on September 8 against Jamaica.

Costa Rica is the only Latin American nation without a full squad in the 2017 Copa America Centenario, which will be played in New York City.