Colo Colo are a Chilean football club based in the city of Santiago and they play in the Primera División, from which they have never been relegated. The club's shirts are supplied by Umbro and they consist of a white colour with black trim. The club is regarded as the most successful in Primera División history, having won a Chilean football record of 29 league titles and a record ten Copa Chile honours.
The home team colours (white and black) portray the philosophy of the founders: "The white shirt stands as a symbol of purity in principles and intentions and the black of the pants represents the determination to always fight loyally for the victory." The black bar above the badge symbolizes the early death of David Arellano who is remembered for having founded one of the most important teams in Chile. The away kit is all black.
Chile's most successful club of Colo-Colo have unveiled their all-new home shirt constructed by kit suppliers Under Armour. In a traditional move by the club and Under Armour, Colo-Colo's latest home shirt set to be worn in Chile's elite tier of football will feature a predominantly white colour- [...]
Chilean club Colo-Colo unveil a striking third shirt for cup games within 2016/17 designed by Under Armour. In one of Under Armour's most visually powerful shirt designs of the 2016/17 campaign, the famous Chilean club of Colo-Colo get handed a unique red and black third strip which features a mo [...]
Chilean Primera club Colo-Colo prepare for the 2016 season by releasing their brand-new home shirt. Opting to take a traditional spin on their trademark black and white shirt, Colo-Colo and Under Armour collaborate to bring fans of the club a wonderfully aesthetic home strip for the 2016 campaign [...]
Chilean side Colo-Colo have officially launched their new home and away kits by American brand Under Armour [...]
Chilean giants Colo-Colo have officially released their new away kit for the 2014 season. Supplied by Under Armour, the new away shirt is primarily coloured in black and features white trim on the collar, shoulders and sleeve hems [...]
Club Social y Deportivo Colo-Colo is a Chilean football club founded on April 19th 1925. "Albos" (snow whites), "Cacique", "El Indio" (the indian) or "Eterno Campe�n" (eternal champion) are the only Chilean team to have won the Copa Libertadores de Am�rica (1991) and also the only club to have played in every season never having been relegated since the creation of the Primera Divisi�n of Chile in 1933.They have also won the record number of national titles and are ranked among the top 30 football clubs in the IFFHS All-Time Club World Ranking.
Home fixtures are played at Estadio Monumental David Arellano, which has capacity of 45,953. It is also dedicated to David Arellano as a living memory. Colo-Colo's fans, "Hinchada" or "Barra", are known as the Garra Blanca (white claw). They are the biggest organized group of football fans in Chile and are known to follow the team and support it in every city and stadium where Colo-Colo plays.