|Full name||Limón Fútbol Club|
|Nickname(s)||La Tromba del Caribe
(The Caribbean Whirlwind)
|Ground||Estadio Juán Gobán|
|Chairman||Carlos Howden Pascal|
|2016–17||Invierno 2016: 6th
Verano 2017: 3rd
Second stage: 4th
The team play their home matches at the Estadio Juan Gobán, although the more recent Estadio Nuevo de Limón serves as an alternative ground.
In 2009, local businessman Carlos Howden Pascal decided to invest in local second division soccer team A.D. Limonense, shareholders agreed lease the team and renamed "Limón FC". On 2010 the team quickly returned to Costa Rica top level division Primera Division. By June 2011, Carlos Pascal was encarcerated and his banks accounts frozen, compromising the team financial situation, In 2013 was released but his bank accounts still frozen, Currently some players are receiving bonds as salary until the case is settle. Many players do not only have the job that is playing at Limón. Most of them work in other places like Ports.
As of 2017
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Historical list of coaches
- PrensaLibre News
- PrensaLibre News Archived 2013-11-04 at the Wayback Machine.
- PrensaLibre Pascal Released
- Nacion.com Players Salary Update
- Limon in Semifinals Archived 2013-11-04 at the Wayback Machine.
- Rónald Gómez dirigirá a Limón FC – Al Día (in Spanish)
- El técnico uruguayo Mario Silva dirigirá a Limón F.C. – Everardo Herrera (in Dutch)
- Limón destituye a su técnico Mario Silva por malos resultados – Nación (in Spanish)
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