|OFFICIAL NAME||Deportivo Saprissa|
|FOUNDED||July 16, 1935|
|HEAD COACH||Walter Centeno|
|QUALIFICATION METHOD||Deportivo Saprissa has qualified as the non-champion with the most accumulated points during the 2018-19 season|
|BEST FINISH||First Appearance|
|PREVIOUS APPEARANCES||First Appearance|
Deportivo Saprissa is the last non-Mexican team that won the Concacaf Champions Cup (2005) and had a historic participation in the Club World Cup that same year where it achieved third place in Japan.
Saprissa also holds the record, being the only team in Costa Rica to win six consecutive titles between 1972 and 1977.
Saprissa returned to the Concacaf club competitions after being the best team with the most non-champion points in the 2018-19 seasons.
In their last participation in the 2019 Concacaf Scotiabank Champions League, Saprissa played the knockout stages against UANL Tigres of Mexico winning 1-0 at home and falling 1-5 at Estadio Universitario to say goodbye to competition with a 2-5 score in the global.
With the experience accumulated by coach Walter Centeno - former Saprissa player - The Monster will seek to be a protagonist again as it was in the near past.