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Prince Harry traveling to Brazil to watch England's World Cup game against Costa Rica

  • Britain's Prince Harry prepares to stop a penalty, during a short soccer kick about at the Inspire Suffolk centre for young people in Ipswich, eastern England, Thursday May 29, 2014. The prince began his day at the youth organisation which uses education and sport to improve young people's lives. (AP Photo/John Stillwell, Pool)

    Britain's Prince Harry prepares to stop a penalty, during a short soccer kick about at the Inspire Suffolk centre for young people in Ipswich, eastern England, Thursday May 29, 2014. The prince began his day at the youth organisation which uses education and sport to improve young people's lives. (AP Photo/John Stillwell, Pool)  (The Associated Press)

  • Britain's Prince Harry saves a penalty with his right foot, despite guarding two goals, during a short soccer kick about at the Inspire Suffolk centre for young people in Ipswich, eastern England, Thursday May 29, 2014. The prince began his day at the youth organisation which uses education and sport to improve young people's lives. (AP Photo/John Stillwell, Pool)

    Britain's Prince Harry saves a penalty with his right foot, despite guarding two goals, during a short soccer kick about at the Inspire Suffolk centre for young people in Ipswich, eastern England, Thursday May 29, 2014. The prince began his day at the youth organisation which uses education and sport to improve young people's lives. (AP Photo/John Stillwell, Pool)  (The Associated Press)

England will be cheered on by Prince Harry at its final World Cup group stage match in Brazil.

The fourth in line to the British throne will be in Belo Horizonte for the Costa Rica game on June 24 as part of a four-day trip to Brazil.

Queen Elizabeth II's grandson also traveled to South Africa for the 2010 World Cup, enduring England's 0-0 draw against Algeria.

Harry's private secretary, Edward Lane Fox, says the prince hopes the Costa Rica game will be "slightly more memorable than the last England World Cup match he attended, and that he will be cheering England on to the knockout stages with the other fans."

The prince will also watch host Brazil play Cameroon in the capital Brasilia on June 23.