Colombia National Football team represents Colombia in the international association football team. This Colombia football team established as a national football team in 1924.
Colombia National team is nicknamed Los Cafeteros in the Flag of Colombia. Colombia football team association name is Federacion Colombiana de Futbol short name FCF and its Confederation CONMEBOL in South America. Basically, the Colombia team qualified for the FIFA World Cup for the nations.
Colombia Football team info details
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Football team nickname: Los Cafeferos
Confederation Name: CONMEBOL (South America)
Sub-confederation name: South America
Association of this team: Colombia Football Association of this team
Head of the coach: Jose Pekerman
Team captain: Roadamel Falcao
Top Scorer of this team: Roadamel Falcao
FIFA code: COL
Present rankings of FIFA: 16 numbers
The highest ranking of FIFA: 3 (July to August 2013)
Lowest ranking of FIFA: 54 (June 2011)
Colombia National football team players
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In fact, National Football team of Colombia player names and their Date of Birth and Club name
|Player and position||Club name||Date of Birth|
|Jose Fernando cuadrado - GK||Once Caldas||1 June 1985|
|Camilo Vargas - GK||Deportivo Call||9 March 1989|
|David Ospina - GK||Arsenal||31 August 1988|
|Santiago Arias - DF||PSV||13 January 1992|
|Oscar Murillo - DF||Pachuca||18 April 1988|
|Cristian Zapata - DF||Milan||30 September 1986|
|Davinson Sanchez - DF||Tottenham Hotspur||12 June 1996|
|Darid Diaz - DF||Olimpia||20 July 1983|
|Johan Mojica - DF||Girona||21 August 1991|
|Yerry Mina - DF||Barcelona||28 September 1994|
|Abel Aguilar - MF||Deportivo Cali||6 January 1985|
|Carlos Sanchez- MF||Fiorentina||6 February 1986|
|Wilmar Barrios - MF||Boca Juniors||16 October 1993|
|Jefferson Lerma - MF||Levante||25 October 1994|
|Mateus Uribe - MF||America||21 March 1991|
|Juan Cuadrado - MF||Juventus||26 May 1988|
|James Rodriguez - MF||Bayern Munich||12 July 1991|
|Juan Fernando Quintero - MF||River Plate||16 January 1993|
|Jose Izquierdo - FW||Brighhton and Hove Albion||7 July 1992|
|Miguel Borja - FW||Palmeiras||26 January 1993|
|Luise Muriel - FW||Sevilla||16 April 1991|
|radamel Falcao - FW||Monaco||10 February 1986|
|Carlos Bacca - FW||Villarreal||8 September 1986|
Colombia National team crest organization and Supporters
CONMEBOL decided to reinstate the tournament, which was held on schedule, Canada had already disbanded its training camp and its players on 6 July. Colombia only managed to place sixth in the round for the World Cup 2002.
Colombia team started a good run topping their group and achieving a draw to the host nation Argentina, who were the favorites in the Copa America in 2011. Basically, the team was noted by many figures in Colombia like as Carlos Valderrama as a team that could become the most significant the team squad in the career.
In fact, Japan and Greece drew 0-0 and automatically, qualified Colombia to the round of 16 for the first time in 24 years since the World Cup 1990.
The team had performed good and won only a single game during the group stage match against Brazil team. Also, the team began their match with a 0-2 win against the Hosts United States.
The Colombia team has adopted their different colors for their uniform,
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