Bolivia are nicknamed 'La Verde', meaning 'The Green One' and they have a green home shirt with white shorts and socks. Seen as one of the lower CONMEBOL teams the nation have appeared in three World Cups in 1930, 1950 and 1994 and they have won one Copa America in 1963.
Bolivia play their home games in green shirts, white shorts and socks. They have never advanced past the first round of any World Cup, but did win the Copa America once, in 1963.
South American kit manufacturers Marathon issue the Bolivia national team a patriotic home shirt for 2015/16. Recently unveiling their away shirt in mid October, Bolivia have now officially released their home shirt to complete a striking strip collection for 2015/16. Given a rich base-coa [...]
South American kit manufacturer Marathon issue the Bolivia national team an unprecedented red away shirt for the 2015/16 campaign [...]
Bolivia are the last side to officially launch their new home and away kits for the upcoming Copa America tournament in Chile [...]
A Bletchley-based kit designer Angelo Trofa has received huge outrage from Bolivians over a kit design he made [...]
The Bolivian national football team played their first international against Chile in Santiago on 12th October 1926, losing 7-1, they are known as one of the weakest sides in South American football.
Luis Cristaldo and Marco Sandy holds the record for the most number of caps with 93 each and Joaquin Notero holds the record for the most number of goals with 20.