Costa Rica Shines Bright in World Cup 2014

Costa Rica's national football team

Everyone loves to see the underdog take over the scene, and that is exactly what Costa Rica has done. Our South American friends crushed Uruguay 3-1 to open their World Cup 2014 appearance. A 1-0 win over Italy has set these super stars as the leader in what many considered the the World Cup’s most competitive group, the D bracket (England, Italy, Uruguay, Costa Rica, all former WC champions). With a draw against England (0-0), Costa Rica now moves to the second round with their best performance ever in a World Cup.

House of Marley would like to congratulate our ambassadors Joel Campbell and Yeltsen Tejeda on their amazing accomplishments thus far. We are honored to have these two greats representing our brand — both Campbell and Tejeda were sent off to Brazil with customized Marley Liberate headphones.

Campbell set the pace and scored the first goal for Costa Rica in the 53rd minute which tied up the opening match 1-1 verses Uruguay. Tejeda, a starting midfielder doing what he does best, dominating the field.


Joel Campbell Costa Rica v Uruguay



Good luck to Costa Rica and all the athletes representing their countries in the World Cup 2014!


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The Good Life x House of Marley World Cup “Get Together”


The World Cup is back and the best sport in the world has taken over your television screen and your local haunts. Don’t be surprised if you see a few of your coworkers taking an extended lunch to watch these matches.

The Good Life and House of Marley have set up shop at the Cardinal (234 E. 4th St) for you crazy soccer, I mean FOOTBALL fans.

The East Village is the perfect haven to watch a game over a cold drink. As you can see from the photos, not having a seat doesn’t stop these fans from enjoying a game. We’ve got three House of Marley sound systems pumping audio, so you’ll enjoy the games (and the music afterwards) with pristine audio quality, no matter how packed it gets. In the back alley there is a mini pitch for those who want put their skills to work. So, put on your favorite jersey, grab some friends, and head to the Cardinal (don’t forget to tip the bartenders)!


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Photo Credit: Eddie Grams