|Full name||Jonathan Bolaños Navarro|
|Date of birth||April 22, 1978|
|Place of birth||San José, Costa Rica|
|Height||1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)|
|Current club||CS Herediano|
|2005–2006||Rochester Raging Rhinos||20||(0)|
|2000–||Costa Rica||5 (?)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Jonathan Bolaños Navarro (born April 22, 1978 in San José, Costa Rica) is a Costa Rican football striker. He currently plays for CS Herediano in the Primera División de Costa Rica. His brother is Cristian Bolaños, who presently plays as a midfielder for FC Copenhagen in Denmark and is a rising star on the Costa Rican national team. They were teammates in CD Saprissa.
Bolaños began his career with Herediano, a team in the Primera División de Costa Rica, then he was sold to La Piedad (in Mexico), where he led the team to the 2002 Clausura Championship. Bolaños was transferred to the MLS, but he did not have a lot of opportunities so he moved back to Costa Rica and there he played for CD Saprissa and LD Alajuelense in 2002 and 2003, the two most important teams along the country in the Primera División de Costa Rica.
Bolaños made his Major League Soccer debut on October 4, 2003 with the Chicago Fire. In his first MLS start on October 26, Bolaños earned his first point on an assist just three minutes after getting into the match, but he did not get enough minutes and after a couple of years in Costa Rica, he returned to USA and played at the USL First Division first for Miami FC and then for Seattle Sounders and Rochester Raging Rhinos. He missed the entire 2006 season due to injury. He stayed there and played for a few seasons, but he recently received an offer from the team where he started up and debuted in the Primera División de Costa Rica, CS Herediano, so he moved back again to Costa Rica.
- Jonathan Bolaños at National-Football-Teams.com