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The Bolivia national football team is the national team of Boliviamarker and is controlled by the Federación Boliviana de Fútbol. It is historically one of the weakest teams in CONMEBOL. After playing in the 1930 and 1950 World Cups, they qualified just once—in 1994. There, playing champions Germany in the tournament's opening game in Chicagomarker, Bolivia lost 1-0 as Marco Etcheverry, considered the nation's best player of the 1990s, got sent off just three minutes after coming on as a substitute. They have never advanced past the first round of any World Cup, and have only scored one goal in the final stages - Erwin "Platiní" Sánchez in 1994. They won the Copa América in 1963, and also did well in the mid-1990s. On April 1, 2009 they achieved a famous 6-1 win against Argentina in the qualifiers for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

Competitive Record

FIFA World Cup Record

Year Round Position GP W D L GS GA
1930 Round 1 12 2 0 0 2 0 8
1934 to 1938 Did not enter
1950 Round 1 15 1 0 0 1 0 8
1954 to 1958 Did not enter
1962 to 1990 Did not qualify
1994 Round 1 20 3 0 1 2 1 4
1998 to 2010 Did not qualify
Total 3/19 6 0 1 5 1 20




FIFA Confederations Cup Record

FIFA World Cup History
Year Round Score Result
1930 Round 1 0 – 4 Loss
Round 1 0 – 4 Loss
1950 Round 1 0 – 8 Loss
1994 Round 1 0 – 1 Loss
Round 1 0 – 0 Draw
Round 1 1 – 3 Loss
FIFA Confederations Cup Record
Year Round GP W D L GS GA
1992 to 1997 Did not qualify
1999 Round 1 3 0 2 1 2 3
2001 to 2009 Did not qualify
Total 1/8 3 0 2 1 2 3


FIFA Confederations Cup History
Year Round Score Result
1999 Round 1 2 – 2 Draw
Round 1 0 – 0 Draw
Round 1 0 – 1 Loss


Copa America Record

Copa America/South American Championship
Total: 1 Title
Year Position Year Position Year Position
1916 No Participation 1939 Withdrew 1967 Sixth Place
1917 No Participation 1941 Withdrew 1975 Round 1
1919 No Participation 1942 Withdrew 1979 Round 1
1920 No Participation 1945 Sixth Place 1983 Round 1
1921 No Participation 1946 Sixth Place 1987 Round 1
1922 No Participation 1947 Seventh Place 1989 Round 1
1923 No Participation 1949 Fourth Place 1991 Round 1
1924 No Participation 1953 Sixth Place 1993 Round 1
1925 No Participation 1955 Withdrew 1995 Quarter-finals
1926 Fifth Place 1956 Withdrew 1997 Runners-up
1927 Fourth Place 1957 Withdrew 1999 Round 1
1929 Withdrew 1959 Seventh Place 2001 Round 1
1935 Withdrew 1959 Withdrew 2004 Round 1
1937 Withdrew 1963 Winners 2007 Round 1


Pan American Games record



Records

Most capped players

As of April 2, 2009, the ten players with the most caps for Bolivia are:
# Name Career Caps Goals
1. Luis Héctor Cristaldo 1989 - 2005 93 5
= Marco Antonio Sandy 1993 - 2003 93 6
3. José Milton Melgar 1980 - 1997 89 6
4. Carlos Fernando Borja 1979 - 1997 88 1
5. Julio César Baldivieso 1991 - 2005 85 15
= Juan Manuel Peña 1991 - present 85 1
7. Miguel Ángel Rimba 1989 - 2000 80 0
8. Óscar Sánchez 1994 - 2006 78 6
9. Jaime Moreno 1991 - 2008 75 9
10. Marco Antonio Etcheverry 1989 - 2003 71 13


Top goalscorers

As of April 2, 2009, the ten players with the most goals for Bolivia are:
# Name Career Goals
1. Joaquín Botero 1999 - 2009 20
2. Víctor Agustín Ugarte 1947 - 1963 16
3. Carlos Aragonés 1977 - 1981 15
= Julio César Baldivieso 1991 - 2005 15
= Erwin Sánchez 1989 - 2005 15
6. Marco Antonio Etcheverry 1989 - 2003 13
7. Máximo Alcócer 1953 - 1963 13
8. Miguel Aguilar 1977 - 1983 10
9. Jaime Moreno 1991 - 2008 9
= William Ramallo 1989 - 1997 9


2010 FIFA World Cup

qualification standings

Bolivia was eliminated in the 2010 World Cup qualifiers.





Recent games

Date Venue Opponent Result Score Type
June 10, 2009 Estadio Nacionalmarker

Santiago, Chilemarker
L 0 - 4 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification
September 5, 2009 Estadio Defensores del Chacomarker

Asunciónmarker, Paraguaymarker
L 0 - 1 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification
September 9, 2009 Estadio Hernando Silesmarker

La Pazmarker, Boliviamarker
L 1 - 3 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification
October 11, 2009 Estadio Hernando Silesmarker

La Pazmarker, Boliviamarker
W 2 - 1 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification
October 14, 2009 Estadio Alejandro Villanuevamarker

Limamarker, Perumarker
L 0 - 1 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification


Current Squad

The following players were called for WCQ matches against Venezuela and Chile







Recent Call-ups

The following players have been recently called up in the last 12 months.





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