Erick Lonnis (born September 9, 1965) was Costa Rica's best soccer goalkeeper during the late 90's and early 2000's. He played almost his entire career with Deportivo Saprissa, where he reached local stardom, becoming one of the most emblematic figures for the fans, either as Saprissa's or Costa Rica's national squad goalkeeper. He was the captain for Saprissa during several seasons, where he won four national championships, as well as two CONCACAF Champions Cup in 1993 and 1995.
He helds Costa Rica's record as the goalkeeper with most appearences with his national team. Lonnis was the captain of Costa Rica's team that played the 2002 World Cup held in Japan and Korea, where he reaffirmed the leadership and excellent reflexes that characterized him through all his career. After retiring in 2003, Lonnis became the assistant of Costa Rica's national squad, due to his vast experience as a player and his leadership.