Nicknamed 'La Tri' meaning Tri-colour, Ecuador play in yellow shirts with blue shorts and red socks reflecting the country's national flag with their away kit being blue with yellow shorts and blue socks which are manufactured by Marathon. The current roster features several household names including Manchester United's Antonio Valencia, Lokomotiv Moscow's Felipe Caicedo and America's Christian Benitez.
The Ecuador national football team played their first international against Bolivia drawing 1-1 in Santiago, Bolivia on the 8th August 1938. They play their home games in yellow shirts, blue shorts and red socks. The shirt has not been worn with much success as the side is considered one of the weakest in South America. In the 2002 World Cup, Ecuador managed to beat Croatia, but still failed to get out of their group which also contained Mexico & Italy.
Ecuador prepare for the fast approaching Copa America Centenario through releasing their tournament home and away shirts. With the Copa America celebrating its 100th year of competition and therefore posing as a highly watched global event, competitors Ecuador and kit manufacturers Marathon have [...]
Patriotic - Ecuadorian kit manufacturers Marathon Sports design the Ecuador national team's home & away strips Ecuador football and Marathon Sports collaborate to showcase a stunning kit collection for the national team's 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifying campaign with the forefront of design incor [...]
Ecuador have officially launched their new home and away kits for the upcoming 2015 Copa America tournament in Chile [...]
CONMEBOL side Ecuador have officially unveiled their new home and away kits for the 2014 World Cup. Several Ecuador players including Gabriel Achilier, Óscar Bagüí, Fernando Gaibor and Jorge Guagua revealed the shirts using the theme “‘Más que el sol contemplamos lucir” which means "We [...]
Ecuador's best ever place in the Copa America was fourth place in the 1993 tournament and in the FIFA World Cup their best position was the Round of 16 in the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany.
Ivan Hurtado holds the record for the most number of appearances with over 160 and Agustin Delgado holds the record for the most number of goals with 31.