Colombia, A Favorite Looking to Make History

  • José Pekerman (Coach)
    1/24 The Argentine coach has the responsibility to give Colombia to its second Copa America, after guiding it to its best World Cup participation in Brazil 2014.
  • Cafeteros' Stars
    2/24 Cafeteros' Stars
  • Cafeteros' Stars
    3/24 Learn more about Colombia, which seeks to demonstrate why is a favorite to win the Copa America.
  • Cafeteros' Stars
    4/24 Learn more about Colombia, which seeks to demonstrate why is a favorite to win the Copa America.
  • Radamel Falcao (Captain)
    5/24 After missing the world championships in Brazil by a serious knee injury, Colombia will seek to lead in the title that will consolidate in world soccer elite.
  • Radamel Falcao (Captain)
    6/24 After missing the world championships in Brazil by a serious knee injury, Colombia will seek to lead in the title that will consolidate in world soccer elite.
  • Biggest achievement as National Team
    7/24 In addition to winning the Copa America in 2001, Colombia finished fifth in the World Cup Brazil 2014, playing the quarter-finals. Likewise, James Rodriguez finished as the top scorer with 6 goals.
  • Biggest achievement as National Team
    8/24 In addition to winning the Copa America in 2001, Colombia finished fifth in the World Cup Brazil 2014, playing the quarter-finals. Likewise, James Rodriguez finished as the top scorer with 6 goals.
  • Biggest achievement as National Team
    9/24 In addition to winning the Copa America in 2001, Colombia finished fifth in the World Cup Brazil 2014, playing the quarter-finals. Likewise, James Rodriguez finished as the top scorer with 6 goals.
  • Biggest achievement as National Team
    10/24 In addition to winning the Copa America in 2001, Colombia finished fifth in the World Cup Brazil 2014, playing the quarter-finals. Likewise, James Rodriguez finished as the top scorer with 6 goals.
  • David Ospina (Goalkeeper)
    11/24 Colombian bolt bow look again to be a guarantee under the posts that lead the team to play final instances in the Copa America.
  • Cafeteros' Stars
    12/24 Cafeteros' Stars
  • Santiago Arias (Defender)
    13/24 He represents the renewal of Colombian defense and hopes to be a worthy heir of players like Mario Yepes and Amaranto Perea.
  • José Pekerman (Coach)
    14/24 The Argentine coach has the responsibility to give Colombia to its second Copa America, after guiding it to its best World Cup participation in Brazil 2014.
  • James Rodríguez (Midfielder)
    15/24 The star of Colombia and Brazil's 2014 top scorer hopes to lead the team in a stellar campaign in Copa America.
  • James Rodríguez (Midfielder)
    16/24 The star of Colombia and Brazil's 2014 top scorer hopes to lead the team in a stellar campaign in Copa America.
  • History in Copa América
    17/24 Colombia has participated in 21 editions of Copa America, winning the tournament when it was the host of the tournament in 2001, after defeating Mexico 1-0 in the final. He was runner-up in 1975 and ranked third in 1987, 1993 and 1995.
  • History in Copa América
    18/24 Colombia has participated in 21 editions of Copa America, winning the tournament when it was the host of the tournament in 2001, after defeating Mexico 1-0 in the final. He was runner-up in 1975 and ranked third in 1987, 1993 and 1995.
  • History in Copa América
    19/24 Colombia has participated in 21 editions of Copa America, winning the tournament when it was the host of the tournament in 2001, after defeating Mexico 1-0 in the final. He was runner-up in 1975 and ranked third in 1987, 1993 and 1995.
  • History in Copa América
    20/24 Colombia has participated in 21 editions of Copa America, winning the tournament when it was the host of the tournament in 2001, after defeating Mexico 1-0 in the final. He was runner-up in 1975 and ranked third in 1987, 1993 and 1995.
  • Carlos Bacca (Forward)
    21/24 It is one of the best attackers of Spanish football and hopes to be the partner of Falcao in an attack that lead Colombia to win their second Copa America.
  • Carlos Bacca (Forward)
    22/24 It is one of the best attackers of Spanish football and hopes to be the partner of Falcao in an attack that lead Colombia to win their second Copa America.
  • Santiago Arias (Defender)
    23/24 He represents the renewal of Colombian defense and hopes to be a worthy heir of players like Mario Yepes and Amaranto Perea.
  • David Ospina (Goalkeeper)
    24/24 Colombian bolt bow look again to be a guarantee under the posts that lead the team to play final instances in the Copa America.

Cafeteros' Stars (Photos: Getty Images)

Learn more about Colombia, which seeks to demonstrate why is a favorite to win the Copa America.

Estrellas Cafeteras (Fotos: Getty Images)

Conoce un poco a Colombia, que busca demostrar por qué es una de las favoritas de la Copa América.

José Pekerman (Coach)

The Argentine coach has the responsibility to give Colombia to its second Copa America, after guiding it to its best World Cup participation in Brazil 2014.

José Pekerman (Entrenador)

El entrenador argentino tiene la responsabilidad de darle a Colombia su segunda Copa América, luego de guiarla a su mejor participación mundialista en Brasil 2014.

Radamel Falcao (Captain)

After missing the world championships in Brazil by a serious knee injury, Colombia will seek to lead in the title that will consolidate in world soccer elite.

Radamel Falcao García (Capitán)

Luego de perderse el campeonato mundial de Brasil por una seria lesión de rodilla, buscará liderar a Colombia en la búsqueda del título que lo consolidará en la élite del fútbol mundial.

David Ospina (Goalkeeper)

Colombian bolt bow look again to be a guarantee under the posts that lead the team to play final instances in the Copa America.

David Ospina (Arquero)

El cerrojo del arco colombiano buscará de nuevo ser la garantía bajo los tres palos que lleve al equipo a disputar instancias definitivas en la Copa América.

Santiago Arias (Defender)

He represents the renewal of Colombian defense and hopes to be a worthy heir of players like Mario Yepes and Amaranto Perea.

Santiago Arias (Defensa)

Este lateral derecho representa la renovación que está viviendo la zaga colombiana y espera ser un digno heredero de jugadores como Mario Yepes y Amaranto Perea.

James Rodríguez (Midfielder)

The star of Colombia and Brazil's 2014 top scorer hopes to lead the team in a stellar campaign in Copa America.

James Rodríguez (Mediocampista)

La gran estrella de Colombia y máximo goleador en Brasil 2014 espera volver a liderar al equipo en una campaña estelar en la Copa América.

Carlos Bacca (Forward)

It is one of the best attackers of Spanish football and hopes to be the partner of Falcao in an attack that lead Colombia to win their second Copa America.

Carlos Bacca (Delantero)

Es uno de los mejores atacantes del fútbol español y espera ser el socio de Falcao en el ataque que lleve a Colombia a conquistar su segunda Copa América.

History in Copa América

Colombia has participated in 21 editions of Copa America, winning the tournament when it was the host of the tournament in 2001, after defeating Mexico 1-0 in the final. He was runner-up in 1975 and ranked third in 1987, 1993 and 1995. Historia en Copa América

Colombia ha participado en 21 ediciones de la Copa América, ganando el torneo cuando fue anfitrión en 2001, luego de vencer 1-0 a México en la final. Fue subcampeón en 1975 y ocupó el tercer lugar en 1987, 1993 y 1995.

History in Copa América

Colombia has participated in 21 editions of Copa America, winning the tournament when it was the host of the tournament in 2001, after defeating Mexico 1-0 in the final. He was runner-up in 1975 and ranked third in 1987, 1993 and 1995.

Historia en Copa América

Colombia ha participado en 21 ediciones de la Copa América, ganando el torneo cuando fue anfitrión en 2001, luego de vencer 1-0 a México en la final. Fue subcampeón en 1975 y ocupó el tercer lugar en 1987, 1993 y 1995.

Biggest achievement as National Team

In addition to winning the Copa America in 2001, Colombia finished fifth in the World Cup Brazil 2014, playing the quarter-finals. Likewise, James Rodriguez finished as the top scorer with 6 goals.

Mayor logro como Selección

Además de ganar la Copa América en 2001, Colombia terminó quinta en la Copa Mundial de Brasil 2014, jugando los cuartos de final del torneo. Así mismo, James Rodríguez terminó como el máximo goleador del torneo, con 6 goles.

Biggest achievement as National Team

In addition to winning the Copa America in 2001, Colombia finished fifth in the World Cup Brazil 2014, playing the quarter-finals. Likewise, James Rodriguez finished as the top scorer with 6 goals.

Mayor logro como Selección

Además de ganar la Copa América en 2001, Colombia terminó quinta en la Copa Mundial de Brasil 2014, jugando los cuartos de final del torneo. Así mismo, James Rodríguez terminó como el máximo goleador del torneo, con 6 goles.