Other than the announcement of allocations for the 2014 World Cup among the confederations, the big news to come out of FIFA was the announcement of hosts for the age-level World Cups. In a historic selection for Central America, Costa Rica has been awarded the right to host the 2014 Women's U-17 World Cup. It was a competitive bid process as six other countries had submitted packages, so it is a significant achievement of Fedefutbol to have assembled a winning bid. I am sure that the new Estadio Nacional will receive the bulk of the matches (the final for sure), and perhaps this announcement will serve as an impetus to make improvements at other Costa Rican stadia.
I have felt for some time that Central America deserves a chance to host a junior-level World Cup or even a Gold Cup, and Costa Rica was the country best positioned to do that. Now they have that chance. Congratulations and good luck to them.