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The Colombian national football team represents Colombiamarker in international football competitions and is controlled by the Colombian Football Federation. It is also a member of CONMEBOL.

History

They went on to win the Central American Cup in 1946, a cup they would win again in 1970. Colombia would first enter World Cup qualifying in the 1958 qualifiers but were unsuccessful. Colombia tied with Uruguay in Bogotá 1-1 but lost in Montevideo 1-0. Later, Colombia narrowly lost against Paraguay 3-2 in Bogotá and later in Asunción 3-0 leaving Colombia at the bottom of CONMEBOL Group 3 with 1 point.

1962 FIFA World Cup

In the 1962 qualifiers, they faced Peru in a two-game series and qualified for their first World Cup.

CONMEBOL Group 3

 1 - 0


 1 - 1


Colombia qualified.

At Chile 1962, Colombia lost 2-1 to South American champions Uruguay in their opening match. They then drew 4-4 with the reigning European champions Soviet Union in one of biggest shocks at Chile 1962. It should be noted that in this game, Colombia scored 4 goals against Soviet Union's goalie, Lev Yashin, considered the best goalie in soccer history. Also in that game, Marcos Coll scored the first and only Olympic goal in World Cup History. Unfortunately their campaign ended with a 5-0 defeat to Euro 1960 runners up Yugoslavia.

Group 1 - Chile 1962 Final Standings
Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA
5 3 2 1 0 8 5
4 3 2 0 1 8 3
2 3 1 0 2 4 6
1 3 0 1 2 5 11


Aftermath and growth of La Seleccion

Colombia entered the 1966 qualifiers and finished bottom of their group behind Chile and Ecuador. The 1970 qualifiers proved to be little better. In the 1974 qualifiers, Colombia finished behind Uruguay only on goal difference. In the 1975 Copa America, Colombia finished runners-up losing to Peru 2-0.

For the 1990, South America was allocated three and a half berths at the 1990 finals, one of which went to Argentina as defending champions from Mexico 1986. The continent's nine remaining sides were split into three groups with the two automatic qualifying berths going to the two best group winners, in this instance Uruguay and Brazil. The group winner with the worst record would advance to the CONMEBOL / OFC Intercontinental Play-off. Thus Colombia had to take on the winners of the Oceania Zone. Curiously, this turned out to be Israel, after they finished ahead of Australia and New Zealand in the final qualifying group. Colombia qualified for their first FIFA World Cup since Chile 1962 after winning in Barranquilla 1-0, and tying in Israel 0-0.

1990 FIFA World Cup

At Italia '90, Colombia defeated United Arab Emirates 2-1, lost to Yugoslavia 1-0 and earned their place in the Round Of Sixteen after a dramatic 1-1 draw with West Germany, which would later win the cup. Colombia would be the only team Germany did not beat on their road to the cup.

Group D
Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
5 3 2 1 0 10 3 +7
4 3 2 0 1 6 5 +1
3 3 1 1 1 3 2 +1
0 3 0 0 3 2 11 -9


During their Round Of Sixteen match against Cameroon, the game went into Extra Time after a 0-0 draw. In an unfortunate moment, goalkeeper Rene Higuita failed to protect the ball from the goal line, enabling Cameroon striker Roger Milla to snatch it from him, and score Cameroon's decisive second goal. Milla struck twice, giving Cameroon a 2-0 lead in Extra Time. Colombia would score in the 115th minute, but were unable to get an equalizer.

1994 FIFA World Cup

Colombia entered 1994 FIFA World Cup with high expectations. An impressive qualifying campaign included a historic 5-0 win over Argentina in Buenos Airesmarker.

Qualification - CONMEBOL Group 1

August 1, 1993, Barranquillamarker, Colombiamarker - 0 - 0

August 1, 1993, Limamarker, Perumarker - 0 - 1

August 8, 1993, Asunciónmarker, Paraguaymarker - 1 - 3

August 8, 1993, Limamarker, Perumarker - 0 - 1

August 15, 1993, Asunciónmarker, Paraguaymarker - 2 - 1

August 18, 1993, Barranquillamarker, Colombiamarker - 2 - 1

August 22, 1993, Buenos Airesmarker, Argentinamarker - 2 - 1

August 22, 1993, Asunciónmarker, Paraguaymarker - 1 - 1

August 29, 1993, Buenos Airesmarker, Argentinamarker - 0 - 0

August 29, 1993, Barranquillamarker, Colombiamarker - 4 - 0

September 5, 1993, Limamarker, Perumarker - 2 - 2

September 5, 1993, Buenos Airesmarker, Argentinamarker - 0 - 5

Rank Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
1 10 6 4 2 0 13 2 11
2 7 6 3 1 2 7 9 -2
3 6 6 1 4 1 6 7 -1
4 1 6 0 1 5 4 12 -8


Colombia qualified. Argentina advanced to the CONMEBOL / CONCACAF / OFC Intercontinental Play-off.

Group Stage: Romania: 3-1 :Colombia - June 18, 1994

The match between Colombia and Romania was the first game for either side in the group phase. Romania took the lead in the 16th minute with their first attack of the match when Raducioiu took on three defenders before firing home a low shot. On the half hour mark, Hagi made it 2-0 when he noticed Cordoba out of position and dipped a cross over his head into the net. Valencia pulled a goal back for the Colombians in the 43rd minute when he headed in a corner from Perez. In the second half, Raducioiu put the result beyond doubt with his second goal in the final few minutes.

Group Stage: USA: 2-1 :Colombia - June 22, 1994

During the team's next game against the United States on June 22, Andrés Escobar was stretching to cut out a cross but he deflected the ball into his own net. The U.S. went on to get a second goal in the 56th minute thanks to Earnie Stewart.

Group Stage: Colombia: 2-0 :Switzerland - June 26, 1994

Colombia scored a 2-0 win over Switzerland.

Group A - Final Standings
Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
6 3 2 0 1 5 5 0
4 3 1 1 1 5 4 +1
4 3 1 1 1 3 3 0
3 3 1 0 2 4 5 -1
USA 1 - 1 Switzerland
Colombia 1 - 3 Romania
Switzerland 4 - 1 Romania
USA 2 - 1 Colombia
Switzerland 0 - 2 Colombia
USA 0 - 1 Romania

Assassination of Andrés Escobar

In 1994, defender Andrés Escobar scored an own goal in a World Cup match against the United States; shortly after the team returned to Colombia, Escobar was assassinated in the city of Medellínmarker, Colombiamarker.

1998 FIFA World Cup

Colombia began their qualification rounds in South America well and ended in third place with 28 points, 2 points below Argentina who was in 1st place with 30 points. They ended in Group G with Tunisia, England, and Romania.

Qualification For France 98: A total of 10 CONMEBOL teams entered the competition. The South American zone was allocated 5 places (out of 32) in the final tournament. Brazil, the defending champions, qualified automatically, leaving 4 spots open for competition between 9 teams.

Final Standings
Rank Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
1 30 16 8 6 2 23 13 10
2 29 16 9 2 5 21 14 7
3 28 16 8 4 4 23 15 8
4 25 16 7 4 5 32 18 14
5 25 16 7 4 5 19 20 -1
6 21 16 6 3 7 22 21 1
7 21 16 6 3 7 18 21 -3
8 17 16 4 5 7 18 21 -3
9 3 16 0 3 13 8 41 -33


Argentina, Paraguay, Colombia and Chile qualified.

Group Stage: Romania: 1-0 :Colombia

In their opening match 24-year-old Adrian Ilie of Valencia gave Romania a 1-0 victory over Colombia after he placed a magnificent chip shot in the 44th minute from some that sailed over goalkeeper Farid Mondragon into the net.

Group Stage: Tunisia: 0-1 :Colombia

Colombia's second match was against Tunisia. Colombia's Leider Preciado's strike seven minutes from the end gave Colombia a 1-0 win over Tunisia.

Group Stage: England: 2-0 :Colombia

Although England needed only a draw to guarantee a place in the final 16, Anderton drove home a fiercely-struck angled drive in the 20th minute. Beckham curled in a free kick nine minutes later leaving the game 2-0 with England winning. This meant Colombia was out for good.

Group G - Final Standings

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
7 3 2 1 0 4 2 +2
6 3 2 0 1 5 2 +3
3 3 1 0 2 1 3 -2
1 3 0 1 2 1 4 -3
England 2 - 0 Tunisia
Romania 1 - 0 Colombia
Colombia 1 - 0 Tunisia
Romania 2 - 1 England
Colombia 0 - 2 England
Romania 1 - 1 Tunisia


2001 Copa America

Colombia's exit at France 98' marked the end of an era, as many expected, but one last moment of glory came at Copa América 2001.

The Copa América 2001 was held in Colombia, from July 11 to July 29, 2001. It was organised by CONMEBOL, South America's football governing body. Prior to the tournament, three meetings were held by CONMEBOL authorities who were concerned about potential security issues in Colombia, for what Venezuela offered to host the competition . At last minute, the CONMEBOL decided to return the organization to Colombia, and the tournament was held on schedule. Complaining for the sudden decision, and claiming that Argentine players had received death threats from terrorist groups, the Argentine Football Association decided to withdraw from the competition. Because Canada and Argentina withdrew, on July 6 and July 10 respectively, Honduras and Costa Rica were invited. There were no terrorist incidents within the competition. The teams were divided into three groups of four teams each. The formation of the groups was made by CONMEBOL, in a public drawing of lots. Each team plays one match against each of the other teams within the same group. Three (3) points are awarded for a win, one (1) point for a draw and zero (0) points for a defeat. First and second placed teams, in each group, advance to the quarter-finals. The best third placed team and the second best third placed team, also advance to the quarter-finals. Colombia was placed in Group A with Venezuela, Chile, and Ecuador. Colombia finished on top of the Group A with 9 points

Group Stage: Colombia 2-0 :Venezuela

A goal in each half was enough to secure Copa America hosts Colombia a victory over Venezuela. Freddy Grisales scored Colombia's first in the 15th minute, and Victor Hugo Aristizabal made it 2-0 on the hour from the penalty spot.

Group Stage: Colombia 1-0 :Ecuador

A goal by Victor Hugo Aristizábal in the 29th minute gave Colombia a 1-0 vicory

Group Stage: Colombia 2-0 :Chile

Two goals left Colombia as group leader with 9 points.

Quarter-Finals: Colombia 3-0 :Peru

The hosts beat Peru with a double from Victor Hugo Aristazabal and one from Giovanni Hernandez.

Semi-Finals: Colombia 2-0 :Honduras

The hosts took the lead after five minutes with a strike from Bedoya. The host nation eventually doubled their lead after 62 minutes, with Aristizabal scoring.

Final: Colombia 1-0 :Mexico

Hosts Colombia won their first Copa America title by beating Mexico in Bogotámarker. Their captain Ivan Cordoba scored the decisive goal early in the second half with a header from a free kick. It was a fairytale success for Colombia after the decision to go ahead with the tournament after it had initially been cancelled. Even the fact that Argentina, regarded by most observers as the strongest side in the region, elected not to take part and that most countries fielded weakened teams failed to dampen the celebrations in Bogotá.

Copa América Winners::
 COLOMBIA (1st title)


2002 FIFA World Cup

For Korea/Japan 2002, hopes were high for Colombia, but a weak attack and internal turnmoil crushed their hopes. Colombia only managed a 6th place in the qualification round. Uruguay and Colombia both had 27 points but due to goal differences, Uruguay advanced to the Play-Offs with Australia.

Final Standings
Rank Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
1 43 18 13 4 1 42 15 27
2 31 18 9 4 5 23 20 3
3 30 18 9 3 6 31 17 14
4 30 18 9 3 6 29 23 6
5 27 18 7 6 5 19 13 6
6 27 18 7 6 5 20 15 5
7 18 18 4 6 8 21 33 -12
8 16 18 4 4 10 14 25 -11
9 16 18 5 1 12 18 44 -26
10 12 18 3 3 12 15 27 -12


Fixtures & Results

March 28, 2000, Bogotámarker, Colombiamarker - 0 - 0

April 26, 2000, La Pazmarker, Boliviamarker - 1 - 1

June 4, 2000, Bogotámarker, Colombiamarker - 3 - 0

June 29, 2000, Bogotámarker, Colombiamarker - 1 - 3

July 19, 2000, Limamarker, Perumarker - 0 - 1

July 25, 2000, Quitomarker, Ecuadormarker - 0 - 0

August 15, 2000, Bogotámarker, Colombiamarker - 1 - 0

September 2, 2000, Santiagomarker, Chilemarker - 0 - 1

October 7, 2000, Bogotámarker, Colombiamarker - 0 - 2

November 15, 2000, São Paulomarker, Brazilmarker - 1 - 0

March 27, 2001, Bogotámarker, Colombiamarker - 2 - 0

April 24, 2001, San Cristóbalmarker, Venezuelamarker - 2 - 2

June 3, 2001, Buenos Airesmarker, Argentinamarker - 3 - 0

August 16, 2001, Bogotámarker, Colombiamarker - 0 - 1

September 5, 2001, Bogotámarker, Colombiamarker - 0 - 0

October 7, 2001, Montevideomarker, Uruguaymarker - 1 - 1

November 7, 2001, Bogotámarker, Colombiamarker - 3 - 1

November 14, 2001, Asunciónmarker, Paraguaymarker - 0 - 4

2005 CONCACAF Copa de Oro



The 2005 CONCACAF Copa de Oro, or Gold Cup, was played in July 2005 in the United States. Colombia and South Africa were invited guests. Colombia was placed in Group A with Panama, Honduras, and Trinidad and Tobago. There were 3 Groups with 4 teams each ,which meant that all 3 first place and second place finishers would advance to the quarter finals and so would the best two third place finishers

Group Stage: Panama: 1-0 : Colombia

Colombia's opening match was against Panama where they lost 1-0.Tejada, who plays for Colombian club Millonarios, netted the game's lone score in the 70th minute.

Group Stage: Honduras: 2-1 : Colombia

The next match was against Honduras where they lost again 2-1. Two late goals gave Honduras the advantage as the catrachos defeated Colombia 2-1 in Group A action of the 2005 CONCACAF Gold CupThe win is the first for Honduras in the tournament since 2000, when they also defeated Colombia.

Group Stage: Trinidad and Tobago: 0-2 : Colombia

The third match was against Trinidad and Tobago where they won a 2-0 victory.

Quarterfinals: Colombia: 2-1 : Mexico

Colombia reached the quarterfinals to face Mexico. Colombia beat Mexico 2-1 as an unexpected goal from Abel Aguilar helped the South American squad advance to the semifinals.

Semifinals: Panama: 3-2 : Colombia

Colombia reached the semifinals only to be defeated by Panama, the underdogs of the tournament. Panama clipped Colombia 3-2 in front of more than 40,000 people at Giants Stadium.

2006 FIFA World Cup

2006 FIFA World Cup -Germany was an important moment for Colombia, having failed to qualify for the 2002 World Cup. Head coach Francisco "Pacho" Maturana led the team through 4 FIFA qualifiers and was fired after losing to Brazil 2-1 in Barranquila, getting thrashed 4-0 by a weak Bolivia and suffering a shocking 1-0 defeat at home to Venezuela. Following a 1-1 tie with Argentina he was fired and Reinaldo Rueda was placed as the new coach. Colombia seemed to have improved and defeated Peru and Uruguay 5-0 during qualifying, managed a 3-0 victory over arch-rivals Ecuador, and tied with Brazil 0-0 in São Paulo. Towards the end Colombia (21 pts), Chile (21pts), and Uruguay (22 pts) had a chance to target the playoffs with Australia. Colombia (21 pts) traveled to Asuncion hoping for three points against Paraguay (28), who sealed their place in Germany while Chile battled against Ecuador and Uruguay against Argentina. As in the 2002 qualifiers, the last match of Argentina was against Uruguay, and in both occasions Uruguay needed a favourable result to reach 5th place in order to make the playoffs to earn a place in the World Cup. Even though Colombia won its match against Paraguay, Uruguay also won the match against Argentina, again reaching the position to play the playoff for the last ticket to Germany. Both Argentina and Paraguay had already qualified. Colombia ended with 24 pts, once again behind an Uruguay with 25 pts.

Final Standings
Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
34 18 9 7 2 35 17 18
34 18 10 4 4 29 17 12
28 18 8 4 6 23 19 4
28 18 8 4 6 23 23 0
25 18 6 7 5 23 28 -5
24 18 6 6 6 24 16 8
22 18 5 7 6 18 22 -4
18 18 5 3 10 20 28 -8
18 18 4 6 8 20 28 -8
14 18 4 2 12 20 37 -17


Fixtures & Results

September 7, 2003, Barranquillamarker, Colombiamarker - 1 - 2

September 10, 2003, La Pazmarker, Boliviamarker - 4 - 0

November 15, 2003, Barranquillamarker, Colombiamarker - 0 - 1

November 19, 2003, Barranquillamarker, Colombiamarker - 1 - 1

March 31, 2004, Limamarker, Perumarker - 0 - 2

June 2, 2004, Quitomarker, Ecuadormarker - 2 - 1

June 6, 2004, Barranquillamarker, Colombiamarker - 5 - 0

September 5, 2004, Santiagomarker, Chilemarker - 0 - 0

October 9, 2004, Barranquillamarker, Colombiamarker - 1 - 1

October 13, 2004, Maceiómarker, Brazilmarker - 0 - 0

November 17, 2004, Barranquillamarker, Colombiamarker - 1 - 0

March 26, 2005, Maracaibomarker, Venezuelamarker - 0 - 0

March 30, 2005, Buenos Airesmarker, Argentinamarker - 1 - 0

June 4, 2005, Barranquillamarker, Colombiamarker - 5 - 0

June 8, 2005, Barranquillamarker, Colombiamarker - 3 - 0

September 4, 2005, Montevideomarker, Uruguaymarker - 3 - 2

October 8, 2005, Barranquillamarker, Colombiamarker - 1 - 1

October 12, 2005, Asunciónmarker, Paraguaymarker - 0 - 1

2006 Central American and Caribbean Games

Group Stage
July 16 Colombia 7 - 0 Netherlands Antilles at Cartagenamarker, Colombiamarker


July 20 Colombia 2 - 3 Panama at Cartagenamarker, Colombiamarker


Quarter Finals

After Copa America 2007

After Copa America 2007, the Colombian national football team boomed with recent success in the South American 2010 FIFA World Cup qualifiers. After embarrassing losses against Paraguay, and Argentina in the Copa America, many Colombians nonetheless anticipated a successful run for 2010 FIFA World Cup classification. In the first match of the qualifying round, Colombia, defying expectations that they would lose to Brazil, drew 0-0 with Brazil at home. Not long after that, Colombia surprisingly tied 0-0 again with Bolivia national football team, but many argue that this was largely due to the fact that the altitude of La Pazmarker contributes to usual losses or ties for non-Bolivian teams.However, Colombia would find their very first win after defeating a weak Venezuela national football team 1-0, with a stupendous free kick courtesy of Ruben Dario Bustos. In their next game, Colombia would defy expectations again by beating Argentina, at the time ranked first in the world. On November 17, 2007, In Bogotámarker against Argentina, Lionel Messi beat the defense before scoring past goalkeeper Agustín Julio. Colombia turned the game around in the second half, however, when Ruben Dario Bustos got his second free kick goal of the qualifying campaign, and not long after that, Dayro Moreno scored his first international goal for Colombiamarker. Colombia won the match 2-1, obtaining 4th place in the world cup qualifiers. On June 14, 2008 Colmbia tied Peru 1-1 moving Colombia up to 3rd place in the world cup qualifiers after a Brazilian loss to Paraguay. Another 0-0 between Ecuador and Colombia in Quito was on June 18, 2008 and Colombia remain at 3rd place and as the only undefeated country in the qualification after Bolivia won Paraguay 4-2.Successive defeats to Uruguay and Paraguay at home, and a thrashing away to Chile, however, left Colombia in an extremely dangerous position knocking them out of the top five and forcing them to set their sights on the fifth play-off spot only. As of September 25, 2009, they are eighth after a 3-1 defeat at the hands of Uruguay in Montevideo. On October 10, 2009, Colombia lost 4-2 in Colombia against Chile, losing any possibility of assisting to 2010 World Cup. After that, on October 14, 2009, they played their last qualification match against Paraguay, in Asunción, Paraguay, beating 2-0 and finishing in 7th place in the table standings with 23 points, one point behind Uruguay, who's gonna compete the play-offs.

Current team status

Colombia is currently participating in the 2010 World Cup qualifiers.

2010 FIFA World Cup

Qualification Standings





Schedule and results

Date Location Opponent Score1 Competition Colombia scorers
September 5, 2009 Medellin, Colombiamarker 2–0 WCQ 2010 J. Martínez , T. Gutiérrez
September 9, 2009 Montevideo, Uruguaymarker 1–3 WCQ 2010 J. Martínez
September 30, 2009 Dallas, Texasmarker 2–1 F Moreno , Quintero
October 10, 2009 Medellin, Colombiamarker 2–4 WCQ 2010 J. Martínez , Moreno
October 14, 2009 Asuncion, Paraguaymarker 2–0 WCQ 2010 A. Ramos , Rodallega


KEY: F = Friendly match; WCQ2010 = 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification

Sponsorship



Current squad

The following players named for their World Cup Qualifiers games against on October 10 and on October 14, 2009.







Recent call-up

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







World Cup Record



Confederations Cup Record



Copa América Record



Managers



♦ Denotes a notable coach.

Most Caps



Top Goalscorers



Notable Former Players

See also



References



External links



Titles

FIFA World Cup Record
Year
Round
Position
GP
W
D*
L
GS
GA
1930 to 1934 Did not enter
1938 Withdrew
1950 to 1954 Did not enter
1958 Did not qualify
1962 Round 1 14 3 0 1 2 5 11
1966 to 1986 Did not qualify
1990 Round of 16 14 4 1 1 2 4 4
1994 Round 1 19 3 1 0 2 4 5
1998 Round 1 21 3 1 0 2 1 3
2002 to 2010 Did not qualify
Total 4/18 13 3 2 8 14 23
FIFA Confederations Cup
Year
Round
GP
W
D*
L
GS
GA
1992 to 2001 Did not qualify
2003 Fourth place 5 2 0 3 5 4
2005 to 2009 Did not qualify
Total 1/8 5 2 0 3 5 4
Copa América
Total: 1 Titles
Year
Position
Year
Position
Year
Position
1916 Did not enter 1939 Did not enter 1967 Did not qualify
1917 Did not enter 1941 Did not enter 1975 Second place
1919 Did not enter 1942 Did not enter 1979 Round 1
1920 Did not enter 1945 Fifth place 1983 Round 1
1921 Did not enter 1946 Withdrew 1987 Third place
1922 Did not enter 1947 Eighth place 1989 Round 1
1923 Did not enter 1949 Eighth place 1991 Fourth place
1924 Did not enter 1953 Withdrew 1993 Third place
1925 Did not enter 1955 Withdrew 1995 Third place
1926 Did not enter 1956 Withdrew 1997 Quarter-finals
1927 Did not enter 1957 Fifth place 1999 Quarter-finals
1929 Did not enter 1959 Withdrew 2001 Champions
1935 Did not enter 1959 Withdrew 2004 Fourth place
1937 Did not enter 1963 Seventh place 2007 Round 1
COLOMBIA NATIONAL TEAM MANAGERS SINCE 1938
FROM
TO
Alfonso Novoa
1938-02-10
1938-02-23
Fernando Paternoster
1938-08-08
1938-08-21
Roberto Meléndez
1945-01-21
1945-02-21
José Arana Cruz
1946-12-09
1946-12-20
Lino Taioli
1947-12-02
1947-12-29
Pedro López
1957-03-16
1957-04-01
Rafael Orlandi
1957-06-16
1957-07-07
Adolfo Pedernera
1961-02-05
1962-06-07
Gabriel Ochoa Uribe
1963-03-10
1963-03-31
Efraín Sánchez
1963-09-01
1963-09-04
Antonio Julio de la Hoz
1965-06-20
1965-08-07
Cesar López Fretes
1966-11-30
1966-12-11
Francisco Zuluaga
1968-10-16
1969-08-24
Cesar López Fretes
1970-05-20
1970-05-20
Toza Veselinović
1972-03-29
1973-07-05
Efraín Sánchez
1975-07-20
1975-10-28
Blagoje Vidinić
1976-10-15
1979-09-05
Carlos Bilardo
1980-01-05
1981-09-13
Efraín Sánchez
1983-02-14
1984-10-11
Gabriel Ochoa Uribe
1985-02-01
1985-11-03
Francisco Maturana ♦
1987-06-11
1990-06-23
Luis Augusto García
1991-01-29
1991-07-21
Humberto Ortiz
1992-07-08
1992-08-02
Francisco Maturana ♦
1993-02-24
1994-06-26
Hernán Darío Gómez
1995-01-31
1998-06-26
Javier Álvarez
1999-02-09
1999-11-19
Luis Augusto García
2000-02-12
2001-04-24
Francisco Maturana ♦
2001-06-03
2001-11-14
Reynaldo Rueda
2002-05-07
2002-05-12
Francisco Maturana ♦
2002-11-20
2003-11-19
Reynaldo Rueda
2004-02-18
November 2006
Jorge Luis Pinto
January 2007
September 2008
Eduardo Lara Lozano
September 2008
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Player
Colombia career
Caps (Goals)
Carlos Valderrama
1985-1998
111 (11)
Leonel Álvarez
1985-1997
101 (1)
Freddy Rincón
1990-2001
84 (17)
Luis Carlos Perea
1987-1994
78 (2)
Óscar Córdoba
1993-2006
73 (0)
Arnoldo Iguarán
1979-1993
68 (25)
René Higuita
1987-1999
68 (3)
Iván Córdoba
1997-2007
67 (5)
Alexis Mendoza
1987-1997
67 (2)
Víctor Aristizábal
1993-2003
66 (15)
Player
Colombia career
Goals (Caps)
Arnoldo Iguarán
1979-1993
25 (68)
Faustino Asprilla
1993-2001
20 (57)
Freddy Rincón
1990-2001
17 (84)
Víctor Aristizábal
1993-2003
15 (66)
Adolfo Valencia
1992-1998
14 (37)
Iván Valenciano
1991-2000
13 (29)
Willington José Ortiz
1973-1985
13 (49)
Antony de Ávila
1983-1998
13 (53)
Carlos Valderrama
1985-1998
11 (111)
Juan Pablo Ángel
1996-2006
9 (33)

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