Bolivia National Football Team 2023/2024 Squad, Players, Stadium, Kits, and much more

Bolivia National Football Team 2022/2023 Squad, Players, Stadium, Kits, and much more

The Bolivia national football team, also known as La Verde, represents the country of Bolivia in international football (soccer) competition. It is controlled by the Bolivian Football Federation (FBF). Bolivia has a rich footballing history, having won several South American Championships and having qualified for multiple World Cups. Despite this success, the team has struggled in recent years and has yet to qualify for a World Cup since 1994.

However, Bolivia has a number of talented players and a dedicated following of supporters who are passionate about the sport and the success of the national team. The team is known for its passionate style of play and its ability to compete with some of the strongest teams in South America.

Here in this article, you will get to know about Bolivia National Football Team 2023/24 Players, Squad, History, Stadium, Nickname, Kits, and more.

Bolivia National Football Team Profile Summary

Nickname(s)La Verde (The Green)
AssociationBolivian Football Federation (FBF)
ConfederationCONMEBOL (South America)
Head coachPablo Escobar (caretaker)
CaptainMarcelo Moreno
Most capsRonald Raldes (102)
Top scorerMarcelo Moreno (30)
Home stadiumEstadio Hernando Siles

About Bolivia National Football Team

The Bolivian national football team (Spanish: Selección de fútbol de Bolivia), also known as La Verde, has represented Bolivia in international football since 1926. Organized by the Bolivian Football Federation (FBF), [A] is one of the ten members of the South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL) of FIFA.

After playing in the 1930 and 1950 World Cups, they only qualified once, in 1994, where they were eliminated in the group stage. Bolivia never advanced beyond the first round of any World Cup and only scored one goal in 1994.

Bolivia National Football Team 2023/2024 players Squad?

No.Pos.PlayerDate of birth (age)CapsGoalsClub
GKCarlos Lampe17-03-1987 (35)510Atlético Tucumán
GKGuillermo Viscarra07-02-1993 (29)70The Strongest
GKRubén Cordano16-10-1998 (24)50Bolívar
DFDiego Bejarano24-08-1991 (31)413Bolívar
DFJosé Sagredo10-03-1994 (28)410Bolívar
DFLuis Haquin15-11-1997 (24)261Bolívar
DFAdrián Jusino09-07-1992 (30)260The Strongest
DFRoberto Fernández12-07-1999 (23)231Bolívar
DFJairo Quinteros07-02-2001 (21)150Zaragoza
DFMarc Enoumba04-03-1993 (29)111Always Ready
DFDaniel Medina13-01-2002 (20)10Always Ready
DFLeonardo Zabala23-05-2003 (19)10Santos
DFCarlos Roca11-05-1997 (25)00Oriente Petrolero
MFLeonel Justiniano02-07-1992 (30)452Bolívar
MFRamiro Vaca01-07-1999 (23)232Beerschot Wilrijk
MFFernando Saucedo15-03-1990 (32)191The Strongest
MFMoisés Villarroel07-09-1998 (24)191Bolívar
MFJohn García13-04-2000 (22)50Royal Pari
MFGabriel Villamil28-06-2001 (21)40Bolívar
FWMarcelo Martins (captain)18-06-1987 (35)9730Cerro Porteño
FWRodrigo Ramallo14-10-1990 (32)336Always Ready
FWHenry Vaca27-01-1998 (24)170Oriente Petrolero
FWBruno Miranda10-02-1998 (24)142Guarani
FWCarmelo Algarañaz27-01-1996 (26)110Always Ready
FWJaume Cuéllar23-08-2001 (21)30Lugo
FWMiguel Terceros25-04-2004 (18)10Santos
FWJavier Uzeda31-07-2002 (20)00Bolívar

Bolivia National Football Team Home Stadium

Bolivia plays its home games at the Estadio Hernando Siles, which has an altitude of 3,637 meters (11,932 feet) above sea level, making it one of the highest soccer stadiums in the world. Many visiting teams have protested that the altitude gives Bolivia an unfair advantage against opponents.

On May 27, 2007, FIFA declared that World Cup qualifying matches could not be played in stadiums above 8,200 feet (2,500 m) above sea level. However, FIFA raised the altitude limit to 3,000 meters a month after negative comments against the ban, and included a special exception for La Paz, allowing the stadium to continue hosting World Cup qualifying matches. One year after the original ban, in May 2008, FIFA removed the altitude limit entirely.

Bolivia National Football Team Home Stadium 1
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Bolivia National Football Team Kit

Bolivia’s first uniforms were all white. In the 1930 FIFA World Cup, before the match against Yugoslavia, Bolivia painted one of the “Viva Uruguay” letters on each of the starting eleven shirts to please the local fans. In the next match with Brazil, since the opponent was also wearing white, Bolivia borrowed Uruguay’s blue uniform to play. Bolivia again painted a message to the hosts in the 1945 South American Championship, with the players’ shirts reading “Viva Chile”.

Bolivia National Football Team Kit
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Kit sponsorship

Kit supplierPeriod
 El Palacio de las Gorras1989-1990

Bolivia National Football Team world rankings

Current85 (4 December 2023)
Highest18 (July 1997)
Lowest115 (October 2011)

Bolivia National Football Team trophies


  • South American Championship / Copa América:
    • Winners (1): 1963
    • Runners-up (1): 1997
    • Fourth place (2): 1927, 1949

South American Tournaments

  • Copa Paz del Chaco (vs  Paraguay):
    • Winners (4): 1957, 1962, 1979, 1993
  • Copa Mariscal Sucre (vs  Peru):
    • Winners: 1973 (shared)


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