Following the removal of the Belmopan Bandits from 2014/15 CONCACAF Champions League (CCL) on August 12, 2014, for lack of a suitable playing facility, Herediano was named as a replacement for the Belize champion. The Florenses earned the berth thanks to Costa Rica being the only member association from Central America to send a team – Alajuelense — to the 2013/14 CCL quarterfinals.
As a result, the country was granted a third representative in the competition, which Herediano filled by virtue of it accumulating the most combined points during the Costa Rican 2013 Invierno and 2014 Verano tournaments. The 23-time domestic champion will be appearing in its fourth straight CCL and fifth overall, advancing as far as the quarterfinals in 2012/13, before falling to the USA’s LA Galaxy (4-1 on aggregate). Three of its players – Daniel Cambronero, Oscar Esteban Granados and Dave Myrie — were members of Costa Rica’s roster at the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Granados and Myrie, plus team captain Pablo Salazar, Elias Aguilar, Leonel Moreira and Jose Sanchez were named to Costa Rica’s first post-World Cup training camp, August 11-13, 2014, in preparation for the 2014 Copa Centroamericana.