Ranked 8th in the current FIFA Ranking, Colombia Football team is making its fifth appearance in the FIFA World Cup. Making their debut in 1962, they have appeared in all the three World Cups of 1990s when they had their best team. They hold one of the most unique record of Football World Cup, despite reaching 2nd round being their best World Cup performance.
2014 Football World Cup: Schedule in Indian Standard Time
Team Profiles: Brazil, Cameroon, Greece
- In 13 matches, lost 8 and won only 3.
Marcus Coll became the only player in the history of FIFA World Cup to score an Olympic Goal when in 1962 he scored a goal directly from a corner kick against the strong USSR.
With 4 goals down in the same match they had made the biggest comeback in the history of World Cup drawing 4-4.
Performance in Every Edition
World Cup Performances By Editions
Overall Results by Edition
- Lost to Uruguay 1-2
Drew Soviet Union 4-4
Lost to Yugoslavia 0-5
1990: 2nd Round
- Def UAE 2-0
Lost to Yugoslavia 0-1
Drew West Germany 1-1
Round of 16: Lost to Cameroon 1-2
- Lost to Romania 0-2
Lost to USA 1-2
Def Switzerland 2-0
Lost to Romania 0-1
Def Tunisia 1-0
Lost to England 0-2
- 2: Redin (1962, 1990), Valencia (1990, 1994)
1: Aceros, Coll, Rada, Klinger (1962), Valderrama, Rincon (1990), Gaviria, Lozano (1994), Preciado (1998)
World Cup Records By Editions
GS: Goals Scored, GC: Goals Conceded
Opponents and Results
W= Won, L= Lost, D= Draw, GS= Goals Scored, GC = Goals Conceded
|Soviet Union||1994, 1962||1||0/0/1||4||4|