Bolivia national football team 1996

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The Bolivia national football team played a total number of eighteen international matches in the 1996 season under new manager Dušan Drašković, including six games at the 1998 FIFA World Cup qualification. Drašković was replaced by Antonio López Habas after a 0-0 tie against Peru on 1 September 1996.

Bolivia vs Slovakia[edit]

Friendly match [1]
30 January 1996
№ 236
 Bolivia 2 – 0  Slovakia
Tufiño Goal 10'
Paniagua Goal 35'
Estadio Ramón Aguilera, Santa Cruz
Attendance: 35,000
Referee: Unknown

Bolivia vs Chile[edit]

Friendly match
3 February 1996
№ 237
 Bolivia 1 – 1  Chile
Suárez Goal 31' Margas Goal 49'
Estadio Felix Capriles, Cochabamba
Attendance: 24,130
Referee: Aliaga (BOL)

Peru vs Bolivia[edit]

Friendly match
11 February 1996
№ 238
 Peru 1 – 3  Bolivia
Pinillos Goal 72' (pk) Baldivieso Goal 27' (pk)
Paniagua Goal 54'
Castillo Goal 75'
Estadio Nacional, Lima
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Arana (PER)

Bolivia vs Paraguay[edit]

Friendly match
14 February 1996
№ 239
 Bolivia 4 – 1  Paraguay
Castillo Goal 8'
Tufiño Goal 57'
Suárez Goal 62'
Etcheverry Goal 85'
Villamayor Goal 55' (pk)
Estadio Olímpico Patria, Sucre
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: Lugones (BOL)

Bolivia vs Peru[edit]

Friendly match
7 March 1996
№ 240
 Bolivia 2 – 0  Peru
Coimbra Goal 46', Goal 51'
Estadio Ramón Aguilera, Santa Cruz
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: Luna (BOL)

Colombia vs Bolivia[edit]

Friendly match
28 March 1996
№ 241
 Colombia 4 – 1  Bolivia
Valencia Goal 11', Goal 40' (pk)
Mendoza Goal 32'
Asprilla Goal 36'
Sánchez Goal 10'
Estadio Atanasio Girardot, Medellín
Attendance: 25,500
Referee: Russi (COL)

Argentina vs Bolivia[edit]

WCQ 1998 [2]
24 April 1996
№ 242
 Argentina 3 – 1  Bolivia
Ortega Goal 8', Goal 18'
Batistuta Goal 49'
Baldivieso Goal 42'
River Plate Stadium, Buenos Aires
Attendance: 49,750
Referee: Sánchez (CHI)

El Salvador vs Bolivia[edit]

Friendly match
5 May 1996
№ 243
 El Salvador 1 – 1  Bolivia
Rivera Goal 25' Suárez Goal 6'
Washington
Attendance: 13,200
Referee: Baharmast (USA)

Chile vs Bolivia[edit]

Friendly match
26 May 1996
№ 244
 Chile 2 – 0  Bolivia
Salas Goal 32', Goal 38'
Estadio Nacional de Chile, Santiago
Attendance: 24,307
Referee: Olivetto (ARG)

Mexico vs Bolivia[edit]

US Cup
8 June 1996
№ 245
Mexico  1 – 0  Bolivia
Garcia Goal 80'
Cotton Bowl, Dallas
Attendance: 25,187
Referee: Hall (USA)

United States vs Bolivia[edit]

US Cup
12 June 1996
№ 246
United States  0 – 2  Bolivia
Moreno Goal 2'
Coimbra Goal 88'
RFK Stadium, Washington, D.C.
Attendance: 19,350
Referee: Bucci (CAN)

Ireland vs Bolivia[edit]

US Cup
15 June 1996
№ 247
Republic of Ireland  3 – 0  Bolivia
O'Neill Goal 12', Goal 33'
Harte Goal 45'
Giants Stadium
Attendance: 14,624, East Rutherford
Referee: Baharmast (USA)

Bolivia vs Venezuela[edit]

WCQ 1998
7 July 1996
№ 248
 Bolivia 6 – 1  Venezuela
Sandy Goal 4'
Etcheverry Goal 41'
Baldivieso Goal 61'
Coimbra Goal 67'
Suárez Goal 78'
Paniagua Goal 85'
Tortolero Goal 65'
Estadio Hernando Siles, La Paz
Attendance: 43,822
Referee: Da Rosa (URU)

Paraguay vs Bolivia[edit]

Friendly match
26 July 1996
№ 249
 Paraguay 2 – 0  Bolivia
Ayala Goal 26'
Cardozo Goal 53'
Estadio Olla Azulgrana, Asunción
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: González (PAR)

Bolivia vs Peru[edit]

WCQ 1998
1 September 1996
№ 250
 Bolivia 0 – 0  Peru
Estadio Hernando Siles, La Paz
Attendance: 48,304
Referee: Velazquez (PAR)

Uruguay vs Bolivia[edit]

WCQ 1998
8 October 1996
№ 251
 Uruguay 0 – 0  Bolivia
Peña Goal 64' (og)
Estadio Centenario, Montevideo
Attendance: 60,000
Referee: Borgosano (VEN)

Bolivia vs Colombia[edit]

WCQ 1998
10 November 1996
№ 252
 Bolivia 2 – 2  Colombia
Sandy Goal 15'
Moreno Goal 44'
Serna Goal 40' (pk)
Rincón Goal 54'
Estadio Hernando Siles, La Paz
Attendance: 43,173
Referee: Arana (PER)

Bolivia vs Paraguay[edit]

WCQ 1998
15 December 1996
№ 253
 Bolivia 0 – 0  Paraguay
Estadio Hernando Siles, La Paz
Attendance: 43,173
Referee: Nieves (URU)


Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The match is a full FIFA international, but is unofficial for Slovakia, which played with its U23-team.
  2. ^ Qualifying match for the 1998 FIFA World Cup in France.

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