Colombia National Soccer Team tickets
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As Colombia struggles to shake a negative identity in the international markets, the Colombia national soccer team grows stronger and stronger into a symbol of pride and passion bringing Colombians together worldwide. The team has participated in six world cups, and received an award for best world cup performance in Brazil, in 2014. However, their most famous match to date is undoubtedly their victory in the South American Football Championship in 2001, where they were able to set a new record for having no goals conceded and for winning every match played. Traditionally, the team wear yellow shirts with navy trim. But wore their first-ever red kit at the 2014 World Cup Games. This became a three colour combination and gave the team a new identity. The team's long-standing sports rival has always been Venezuela. To catch them showdown with their rival team the Venezuelan national soccer team, purchase your Colombia national soccer team instant tickets online through StubHub.
The best players make the best team
The Colombia national soccer team is made up of some great players, who have proven their skills over the years. Midfielder Carlos Valderrama is one of the players who has most represented the team. Originally from Santa Marta, he remains the most capped player in the team's history. He is considered one of South Americas greatest players of all time and inspired Colombia to qualify for three consecutive World Cups, with 111 goals under his belt. Estadio Metropolitano Roberto Meléndez is the home stadium of the Colombian national soccer team and the women’s soccer team, and is commonly known as Estadio Metropolitano. The stadium seats just over 46,000 spectators and was the home of the Colombian World Cup bid in 1986. The first-ever game played in the stadium was between The National Uruguay Soccer Team and Colombia’s national team, where Uruguay managed to take a 2-1 victory against their home ground players. The original stadium could only hold 10,000 people and was renovated in the 1970s to accommodate the growing numbers of fans becoming loyal football enthusiasts.
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