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James Rodríguez
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James Rodríguez celebrating a goal for Colombia against Brazil at the 2014 FIFA World Cup
Personal information
Full name James David Rodríguez Rubio
Date of birth (1991-07-12) 12 July 1991 (age 25)
Place of birth Cúcuta, Colombia
Height 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Playing position Attacking midfielder / Winger
Club information
Current team
Real Madrid
Number 10
Youth career
1995–2007 Envigado
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2007–2008 Envigado 30 (9)
2008–2010 Banfield 42 (5)
2010–2013 Porto 63 (25)
2013–2014 Monaco 34 (11)
2014– Real Madrid 77 (28)
National team
2007 Colombia U17 11 (3)
2011 Colombia U20 5 (3)
2011– Colombia 55 (20)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 21 May 2017.
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 13 June 2017

James David Rodríguez Rubio (born 12 July 1991), known simply as James (American Spanish: [ˈxamez roˈðɾiɣes]), is a Colombian professional footballer for Spanish club Real Madrid and captains the Colombia national team as an attacking midfielder or winger. He is commonly ranked as one of the best players of his generation.[1][2][3] He is praised for his technique, vision and playmaking skills, and often referred as the successor to his compatriot Carlos Valderrama.[2][4][5]

James became well known in Europe during his time at Porto, winning several trophies and individual awards during his three years at the club. In 2014, James moved from AS Monaco to Real Madrid for a transfer fee of €80 million, which beat the one set by Radamel Falcao and made him the most expensive Colombian football player and one of the most expensive players in football.[6] He started his international career with the Colombian under-20 team, with which he won the 2011 Toulon Tournament. He then captained the U-20 team during the 2011 FIFA U-20 World Cup. Due to his performance in the tournament, he was regularly called into the senior squad by the age of 20. He played in the 2014 FIFA World Cup where he won the Golden Boot as the top goalscorer and was part of the Cup's All Star Team.[7][8] He also represented his nation at the 2015 Copa América and the Copa América Centenario in 2016, winning a third-place medal in the latter tournament.

Club career


Born in Cúcuta, Norte de Santander, James spent his childhood in the city of Ibagué, Tolima. He was born to Wilson James Rodríguez Bedoya and Maria Del Pilar Rubio. James started his professional football career in 2006 with the Colombian second division club Envigado, with which he reached the Colombian first division through the 2007 promotion.[9]



In 2008, he was signed by Argentine team Banfield. He made his first team debut on 7 February 2009[9] and scored his first goal for the club on 27 February with a long range strike in a 3–1 victory over Rosario Central.


In 2009, he became a regular first team player featuring in every game of the Apertura 2009. At just 17, he became the youngest foreigner to score a goal in Argentina.[10] His second goal for Banfield came on 26 September when he scored with a strike into the top corner from outside of the area in an important 2–1 win against Newell's Old Boys, a victory that helped Banfield win the Argentine championship for the first time in the club history.[11]

In December 2009, Italian club Udinese planned to make a bid for James for a reported €5 million after the 2010 Copa Libertadores. However, Banfield rejected the bid, labelling it as "insufficient."[12]

For the Clausura 2010, on 13 February 2010, James scored a golazo in the match against archrivals Lanús with a left-footed lob to make the game 2–0 in the final minutes. After the game, daily sports website Diario Olé compared his playing and personal style to Cristiano Ronaldo and nicknamed him the "James Bond of Banfield".[13]


On 10 February 2010, James scored his first Copa Libertadores goal in a 2–1 home victory over Mexican club Monarcas Morelia.[14] James added to his glowing reputation a week later with a goal in a daunting victory over Copa Libertadores group rivals Deportivo Cuenca away from home, scoring the fourth goal of the game with a nice finish in the area on his left foot. Banfield thrashed the home team 4–1. His wonderful scoring season continued with a brace in the Copa Libertadores group game on 10 March 2010. In an away match against Uruguayan club Nacional, James scored first with a diving header and then from the penalty spot on his right foot. The game ended with a 2–2 draw.[15] The 18-year-old netted another goal against Brazilian club Internacional on 29 April 2010 in the first leg match of Copa Libertadores 2010 Round 16 which Banfield won 3–1.[16] This goal brought his tally to five goals in seven games. However, James' international season ended in defeat as his team went down on away goals with a 0–2 defeat in Porto Alegre in the second leg, in which James was red carded for two fouls.[17]


2010–11 season

On 6 July 2010, James was signed by Porto for €5.1 million, with 30% economic rights retained by other parties. He signed a four-year contract with a €30 million release clause.[18] Porto later re-sold 10% economic rights to third parties.[19] On 18 July, he played his first game and scored his first goal in a friendly against Ajax.[20] In November, Porto sold 35% economic rights (half of 70%) to Gol Football Luxembourg, S.A.R.L. for €2.5 million.[21]

On 15 December 2010, James scored his first competition goal in Europe in a 3–1 home victory against Bulgarian club CSKA Sofia.[22] James scored a hat-trick and assisted once against Vitória de Guimarães in the 2011 Taça de Portugal Final, which Porto won 6–2. On 17 May, Porto bought the remaining 30% economic rights from Convergence Capital Partners B.V. for €2.25 million and once again hold more than half of the economic rights with 55%.[23] On 13 June, James signed a new five-year contract in which the release clause increased to €45 million.[24] In no more than 24 appearances did he score six goals, provide eight assists and play a part in the Europa League victory.[25]

2011–12 season

In the 2011–12 season, James scored 14 goals for Porto and delivered 11 assists. In 2011, James won the LPFP Award for Breakthrough Player of 2011–12 Primeira Liga season at age 20, becoming the first Colombian player to do so. He is a two-time winner of the SJPF Player of the Month. James won the Portuguese Golden Ball award in 2012, becoming the second Colombian to win the award after Radamel Falcao as well as the youngest player ever to hold the honour.[26][27][28] On 20 September 2011 in a league match against Feirense, he punched Rabiola and was subsequently dismissed, missing the match against Benfica.[29]

2012–13 season

In the 2012–13 season, James was given the number 10 shirt and became a regular starter. Since fellow Colombians Radamel Falcao, Fredy Guarín and Brazilian Hulk left the club during the last two seasons, James was able to start more regularly than before. In a match against Olhanense, James chipped a goal outside the box at a tight angle. In the same game, he assisted compatriot Jackson Martínez with a through ball for an eventual 3–2 win. James scored the team's third goal against Beira-Mar soon after assisting the first two goals in a 4–0 victory. A week later, James assisted a goal with a free kick rebound in an away game against Rio Ave that eventually ended at 2–2.[30]

In the 2012–13 UEFA Champions League group stage, he scored against French club Paris Saint-Germain in a 1–0 victory allowing Porto to top their current group.[31] A few days later, James scored a penalty against rivals Sporting Clube de Portugal. In no more than one month since the start of the 2012–13 season did James won the SJPF Player of the Month award.[32][33][34] In the third round of the Champions League group stage, he assisted a goal to an eventual 3–2 victory. James registered an assist in a 2–1 victory against Estoril.

In a 5–0 win over Marítimo, James scored twice. James was once again on the score sheet nine days later in a match against Académica de Coimbra. In the 90th minute against Braga, James scored a game-winning goal that ended 2–0. Against Moreirense, he assisted a goal from the corner to fellow countryman Jackson Martínez.

Prior to the second half of the season, James suffered a hamstring injury causing him to struggle to maintain fitness. In a match against Nacional, he injured his hamstring once more and was subsequently substituted after the first half. The injury sidelined him for a month.[35][36] On 1 February 2013, Porto bought back 30% economic rights of James from Gol Football Luxembourg for €8.57 million[37] (by selling 47.5% economic rights of Diego Reyes for €3.5 million[38]), which Porto sold in November 2010 for €2.5 million.

James made his return at the 70th minute in the 2–0 victory over Beira-Mar, his first match since being injured for more than a month. In the first leg of the Champions League round of 32 against Málaga, James was called onto the pitch at the 60th minute. Although he failed to change the 1–0 victory score, James became a big game changer in Porto's attack despite his current fitness.[39] In his second league match since his return, James assisted a goal against Rio Ave with a wonderful cross. Soon afterwards in his next league match, he assisted a goal against Estoril from a corner in a 2–0 victory.[40] It was James' first start in two months.[41] James did not start in the second leg of the Champions League match against Málaga until the second half when Porto was down to ten men after the dismiss of a defender. Porto lost the match and coach Vítor Pereira was greatly criticized and questioned why James didn't start sooner considering that the player was a key member and Porto could have had a more solid team. James expressed his disappointment, claiming to be "100%" in good health (as well as giving a performance with no struggles shown). However, he also expressed his respect and understanding to the coach's concern.[42][43][44][45] Despite an exit from the Champions League, James went on to become the second-most fouled player in the tournament that year.[46]

James scored a goal in a 1–1 tie against Marítimo. Manchester United reportedly made a bid for €30 million to purchase James, though Porto rejected the offer as being too low.[47][48][49] James made his debut in the 2012–13 Taça da Liga semi-final where he scored a penalty. Porto won the match 4–0 and advanced to the final. James gave a man of the match performance against Braga, scoring the first goal and assisting two, one from the field and the other from the corner, in a 3–1 victory.[50] James assisted one of the goals in a 2–0 victory over Vitória de Setúbal. He also scored the opening goal in a 3–1 victory over Nacional.

In the final match of the season against Paços de Ferreira, James was tripped inside the box and secured a penalty that was later scored and that led to Porto's third consecutive league title.[51][52] He finished the season with ten goals and 13 assists in 24 league appearances. In all competitions that season, he scored 13 goals and provided 15 assists in 32 appearances. Winning the league title meant that James, at 21, won his eighth trophy since joining the club three years ago.


On 25 May 2013, it was announced that James had joined French side AS Monaco for a transfer fee of €45 million, the second most expensive transfer in Portuguese football behind former teammate Hulk. James subsequently signed a five-year contract that was set to keep him at the club until 2018.[53] This transfer made him not only one of the most expensive transfers in the club's history, but in Ligue 1 history as well, along as the one of the highest in world football.[54]

James made his Monaco debut against Bordeaux, a game Monaco went on to win 2–0. He then missed Monaco's second league match to avoid a possible injury.[55] James made his first direct offensive contribution for Monaco by assisting the first goal in a 3–0 victory against Bastia before setting up plays for his team's other two goals.[56] Against Saint-Étienne in the following week, James gave a man of the match performance by assisting on both goals in a 2–1 victory.[57][58] Following the international break, James assisted the first goal in a 2–2 draw against Sochaux.[59]

James assisted the only goal for Monaco in a 1–1 draw against Évian.[60] He finally scored his first goal for the club with a free-kick in a 2–0 win over Rennes.[61] James scored another goal in the next match in the fourth minute against Nice, a game Monaco prevailed in 3–0.[62] Away against Guingamp, James assisted both goals in a 2–0 victory.[63] He then scored a goal against Valenciennes to put Monaco on the score sheet, though Monaco ultimately lost 1–2.[64]

James began the 2014 calendar year by making his Coupe de France debut in a match against Vannes, where he both assisted and scored a goal in a 3–2 victory.[65] In his first league match of 2014, James assisted a goal against Montpellier.[66] Against Toulouse, James provided an assist to the second goal in a 2–0 away victory with a cross.[67] James' first double at Monaco came in the match against Bastia, a 2–0 Monaco victory.[68] Within the final seconds against Reims, James hit a shot that hit the post and allowed teammate Layvin Kurzawa to score the rebound allowing Monaco to win the game 3–2.[69]

In the French media, James was referred to as "perhaps" the best footballer in Ligue 1 due to his impressive debut season with Monaco,[70] although he stated that he still required more time in the league to fully adapt.[71] Following the international break, James scored his first penalty for Monaco against Sochaux in a 2–1 win.[72]

James ended his debut season without a trophy, though nonetheless helped Monaco secure a spot in the following season's UEFA Champions League. On an individual level, he earned a spot in the star Ligue 1 XI,[73] and led Ligue 1 in assists on the season.[74]

Real Madrid

"The numbers mean nothing to me. I just want to help make history and bring joy to the Madrid fans. This is a club which is used to winning and I'm prepared mentally and physically to do so. It is a pleasure to be among so many stars and I'm sure I'll learn a lot from everyone. I've always followed Real Madrid and always dreamed of playing here. I've suffered a lot to get here and when you do that then it tastes so much better. I will never forget this day. I hope to work hard, to train well, and to experience a lot of joy here. I know I am under a lot of pressure, but I am happy to face it."

James on his move to Real Madrid.[75]

In a post-match interview during the 2014 FIFA World Cup, James stated his "love", "admiration" and "passion" for Real Madrid, saying that it would be a "life's dream" to play for them after his performances aroused rumors linking him to the Spanish club.[76]

On 22 July 2014, James confirmed the rumours by signing a six-year contract with the Spanish club for an undisclosed fee, which was reported to be approximately €80 million.[77][78][79][80] This move would make him the fourth-most expensive player in history, the third-most expensive in Real Madrid's history and the most expensive Colombian to date after surpassing Radamel Falcao's €60 million transfer in 2013.[81] The amount spent on his transfer fee led many to referring James as a Galáctico credited by the fact that he was given the number 10 shirt carrying the legacy of Real Madrid legends such as Luís Figo, Ferenc Puskás and the player he admired the most while growing up and supporting the club, Zinedine Zidane.[82][83][84]

James was greeted by a 45,000 attendance during his presentation.[85] The Colombian ambassador in Madrid made a speech at the event and carried a message from Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos that James was changing the history of Colombian football and that the entire nation is behind him.[86] Real Madrid President Florentino Pérez would follow with a speech of his own, stating that he welcomed James, a "lover" and "long supporter" of the club who will never forget the day he made his dream a reality.[87]

2014–15 season

James made his debut in the UEFA Super Cup at Cardiff City Stadium against Sevilla, in which Real Madrid won 2–0. He played 72 minutes before being replaced by Isco.[88]

On 19 August, James scored his first goal for Real Madrid against Atlético Madrid in the first leg of the Spanish Super Cup after coming on as a substitute for Cristiano Ronaldo at half-time.[89] James made his Champions League debut for Real in the group stage opening match against Basel, where he scored the fourth goal in a 5–1 victory.[90] James would then score his first league goal days later against Deportivo La Coruña, where he also supplied an assist in an 8–2 victory.[91] James scored in a 4–0 win at Granada on 1 November a brace including a dipping volley from a poor angle.[92]

In the match against Sevilla in which he scored the opening goal, James experienced a fracture on the fifth metatarsal in his right foot after being fouled. It was then reported that he would have immediate surgery and be out of action for two months.[93] James returned on 5 April in the match against Granada, where he assisted two goals in a 9–1 victory before being subbed at the 60th minute.[94][95] Days later, James scored his first goal since his injury against Rayo Vallecano in a 2–0 victory.[96]

2015–16 season

After being left on the bench for his team's season opener, a scoreless draw against Sporting Gijon, James made his first contribution of the season by giving a man of the match performance against Real Betis. The player scored with both a spectacular free-kick and bicycle kick and provided an assist for Gareth Bale.[97]

On 8 September 2015, during an international friendly match against Peru, James collided with Peruvian player Juan Manuel Vargas while going for a ball.[98] Although he initially appeared able to continue, James was removed from the game as a precautionary measure.[99] On 10 September, Real Madrid announced the player had been diagnosed with a thigh muscle tear as a result of the knock.[100] James was not seen back in training until 27 October 2015.[101]

He was a part-time starter when the team won the 2015–16 UEFA Champions League.[102]

2016–17 season

He made 22 appearances when Madrid won the 2016–17 La Liga.[103][104] He made six appearances when Madrid won the 2016–17 UEFA Champions League.[105]

International career


James was part of the Colombia U-17 team that finished runners-up in the 2007 South American Under-17 Championships, where he scored three goals. He also helped Colombia advance to the knockout stages during the 2007 FIFA U-17 World Cup, where they eventually lost to the winners of the tournament Nigeria.

He was also part of the Colombia under-20 squad in three youth tournaments during 2011: the Toulon Tournament, the South American U-20 Championship and the U-20 World Cup that was held in his homeland Colombia.

James scored two goals and provided three assists during the 2011 Toulon Tournament. This show led him to being voted as the MVP of the tournament where Colombia won the final by defeating France in a penalty shootout. James scored one of the penalties in the shootout.

During the 2011 South American U-20 Championship, he provided three assists. During the 2011 U-20 World Cup, he was named captain of the U20 squad due to his impressive leadership and talent. By scoring three goals and providing three assists in the tournament, he gained international attention as a promising star and made many consider him as a potential key member of the Colombian senior squad. Despite Colombia losing in the quarter-finals against Mexico, James gained attention from many big clubs in Europe and received praise from Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson.[106]


2014 World Cup qualification and friendlies

James lining up for Colombia during the 2014 World Cup qualification match against Uruguay, on 10 September 2013.

On 29 September 2011, James received his first call-up to the Colombian senior side for a match against Bolivia on 11 October 2011.[107] He was selected as the man of match due to his incredible performance including the initiation of the goal scored in the last minute by his former Porto teammate Radamel Falcao which gave Colombia a 2–1 win. Under the new manager José Pékerman, he played a crucial part in setting up both goals in a 2–0 victory over Mexico. He scored his first goal for Colombia against Peru. Colombia went on to win the match and boosted its place in the World Cup qualifying table from sixth to fifth.

James assisted two goals in a row from 1–0 to 3–0 In the World Cup qualifying match against Uruguay that eventually ended 4–0. James scored a stunning volley from a 30-yard free kick against Chile, leveling the game to an eventual 3–1 away victory boosting Colombia to the second place in the qualifying stages. In the match against Paraguay, James set up the plays leading towards both goals in a 2–0 victory. In Colombia's last international friendly of the year, James assisted the sole goal allowing Colombia to tie with 2014 World Cup hosts Brazil 1–1.

James played his first match of 2013 in the second half of the CONMEBOL qualifiers against Bolivia where he gave a man of the match performance. He set up the second goal thanks to a free kick that he took. The game ended 5–0 eventually.[108]

Playing against South American leaders Argentina, James suffered an injury in the 30th minute forcing him to be substituted. While the injury was not serious, James was rested and therefore missed the game against Peru days later. James made a good comeback when he scored the winning goal in a 1–0 victory over Ecuador during the final stages of the world cup qualifiers. In a tough match against Chile, James drew both penalties that equalized Colombia from a 1–3 to a 3–3. This drew allowed Colombia to return to the World Cup for the first time in 16 years. Days later, James assisted the first goal with a free-kick while setting up the second in a 2–1 away victory over Paraguay.

James continued his play-making form by assisting the first goal and setting up the second against Belgium in a 2–0 victory. He was later voted man of the match.[109] A few days later, James was praised once more as the man of the match in a 0–0 draw against the Netherlands.[110] James started in Colombia's 2014 opening match and scored a penalty against Tunisia in a 1–1 draw. In the last friendly before the World Cup, James scored yet another penalty against Jordan in a 3–0 victory.

2014 World Cup

"For me, special talents are those who do things that are completely out of the ordinary. Diego Maradona, Lionel Messi, Luis Suárez, James Rodriguez – they do things because they have certain gifts that make them special. I believe he's the best player at the World Cup and I don't think I'm exaggerating; he's a young player. We tried to limit his influence, but he kept going and made his presence felt. Hopefully he'll continue to progress, because he's very young. Football needs players with these characteristics."

Óscar Tabárez on James.[111]

On 2 June 2014, James was named in Colombia's 23-man squad for the 2014 FIFA World Cup and assigned the number 10 shirt.[112] In the team's opening match of the tournament, James set up the first two goals, scored a last-minute goal with a low shot to seal a 3–0 victory over Greece and was named man of the match by FIFA.[113] In the second match, James continued his form by scoring with a header and setting up a second goal for Juan Fernando Quintero in a 2–1 victory over Ivory Coast and was once again elected as man of the match.[114] In the final group stage match against Japan, James came on as a second-half substitute and assisted two Jackson Martínez goals before scoring the final goal in a 4–1 victory.[115][116] At the end of the group stage, James was ranked as the best performing player at the tournament by FIFA.[117]

James scoring his second goal against Uruguay in the Round of 16 match.

On 28 June, James scored both goals to defeat Uruguay 2–0 at the Maracanã in the round of 16, taking Colombia to its first ever World Cup quarter-finals. These goals made him the first player to score in all of his team's opening matches since Ronaldo and Rivaldo in 2002.[118] His volleyed opening goal was described as "one of the greatest goals the World Cup has ever seen" by opposing manager Óscar Tabárez, who also called James "the best player in the World Cup."[119] Because of his performance against the Uruguayans, James was named by FIFA as man of the match for the third time in four matches.[120] The volley was later voted as the best goal in the tournament by more than four million people on FIFA's website[121] and won the FIFA Puskás Award for the best goal of the year.[122][123] In the quarter-final against Brazil, he scored his sixth goal of the tournament, a penalty in Colombia's 2–1 defeat.[124] A tearful James was consoled by Brazil's David Luiz and stated, "He (David) told me I was a good player. The truth is that having so many superstars hug me did make me happy. We have to raise our heads now and thank Colombia for their support. We are sad because we wanted to keep going and set new records. We gave everything to reach the semi-final, but we have to be proud because we played a great side. I'm crying because we gave everything. We're sad but we also have to feel proud because we left our skin out there."[125][126] Luiz and Rodriguez also exchanged jerseys. James received a standing ovation from the home crowd, ending his first World Cup campaign with six goals and two assists in five matches.[127] On 11 July, he was named on the 10-man shortlist for FIFA's Golden Ball award for the tournament's best player.[128] He then won the Golden Boot as the tournament's top goalscorer despite being eliminated in the quarter finals.[7] Due to his performances, he was named in the World Cup All Star XI and was also listed in the Cup's star XI by Castrol's index rating system in FIFA's website.[8] Argentina legend Diego Maradona argued that James, rather than Lionel Messi, that should have won the tournament's Golden Ball award.[129]

2015 Copa América and Copa América Centenario

Rodríguez preparing to practice in Chicago, Illinois for Copa América Centenario, June 2016

James was called up to represent Colombia at the 2015 Copa América in Chile,[130] where his team was eliminated 5–4 on penalties by eventual finalists Argentina on 27 June, following a 0–0 draw.[131]

The following summer, James joined Colombia's squad for the Copa América Centenario and was named the team's captain.[132] On 3 June, he started in Colombia's opening 2–0 win against tournament hosts the United States, scoring his team's second goal from the penalty spot although he was forced off early due to an injury.[133] It was initially feared that he would be unable to feature in his nation's second group match against Paraguay,[134] but he recovered in time to start the match, setting up Colombia's first goal, and later scoring one himself in a 2–1 win which sealed his team a place in the quarter-finals of the tournament.[135]

Style of play

Once considered to be among the best young players in the world,[136] James is a versatile footballer who can play in several positions across the midfield or front-line, having played as a playmaker, winger, and central midfielder for both club and country,[137] although he has stated in interviews that his preferred role is as an attacking midfielder behind the strikers.[138] Praised for his pace, technical skills, vision, and his ability to create chances for team-mates as an advanced playmaker,[2][4][5][139][140] James' performances as a classic number 10 have led to comparisons with the famous Colombian footballer Carlos Valderrama;[5] Valderrama himself declared James as his "successor".[141][142][143]

Although naturally left-footed,[139] James has shown ambidexterity in his dribbling and style of play.[144][145] His goal scoring abilities were a highlight of the 2014 FIFA World Cup, where he managed to claim the Golden Boot despite Colombia's elimination in the quarter finals following a 2–1 loss to Brazil.[7] He is also an accurate free kick taker, and a goal threat from anywhere on the pitch.[139]

Career statistics


As of 21 May 2017[146]
Club Season League Cup Continental Other1 Total
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Envigado 2007 8 0 8 0
2008 22 9 22 9
Total 30 9 30 9
Banfield 2008–09 11 1 11 1
2009–10 30 4 8 5 38 9
Total 41 5 8 5 49 10
Porto 2010–11 15 2 7 3 9 1 31 6
2011–12 26 13 4 0 8 1 38 14
2012–13 24 10 6 1 8 1 0 0 38 12
Total 65 25 17 4 25 3 0 0 107 32
Monaco 2013–14 34 9 4 1 38 10
Real Madrid 2014–15 29 13 4 2 10 1 3 1 46 17
2015–16 26 7 1 0 5 1 32 8
2016–17 22 8 3 3 6 0 1 0 32 11
Total 77 28 8 5 21 2 4 1 110 36
Total 247 76 29 10 54 10 4 1 334 96

1 Includes Supercopa de España, UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup.

International goals

Scores and results list Colombia's goal tally first.
Goal Date Venue Opponent Score Final Competition
1. 3 June 2012 Estadio Nacional, Lima, Peru  Peru
2014 FIFA World Cup qualification
2. 11 September 2012 Estadio Monumental David Arellano, Santiago, Chile  Chile
3. 6 September 2013 Estadio Metropolitano Roberto Meléndez, Barranquilla, Colombia  Ecuador
4. 5 March 2014 Estadi Cornellà-El Prat, Barcelona, Spain  Tunisia
5. 6 June 2014 Estadio Nuevo Gasómetro, Buenos Aires, Argentina  Jordan
6. 14 June 2014 Estádio Mineirão, Belo Horizonte, Brazil  Greece
2014 FIFA World Cup
7. 19 June 2014 Estádio Nacional Mané Garrincha, Brasília, Brazil  Ivory Coast
8. 24 June 2014 Arena Pantanal, Cuiabá, Brazil  Japan
9. 28 June 2014 Estádio do Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil  Uruguay
11. 4 July 2014 Estádio Castelão, Fortaleza, Brazil  Brazil
12. 14 October 2014 Red Bull Arena, Harrison, United States  Canada
13. 12 November 2015 Estadio Nacional Julio Martínez Prádanos, Santiago, Chile  Chile
2018 FIFA World Cup qualification
14. 24 March 2016 Estadio Hernando Siles, La Paz, Bolivia  Bolivia
15. 3 June 2016 Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara, United States  United States
Copa América Centenario
16. 7 June 2016 Rose Bowl, Pasadena, United States  Paraguay
17. 1 September 2016 Estadio Metropolitano Roberto Meléndez, Barranquilla, Colombia  Venezuela
2018 FIFA World Cup qualification
18. 23 March 2017  Bolivia
19. 28 March 2017 Estadio Olímpico Atahualpa, Quito, Ecuador  Ecuador
20. 13 June 2017 Coliseum Alfonso Pérez, Getafe, Spain  Cameroon



Real Madrid[150]




Personal life

In 2015, Forbes estimated that Rodríguez's annual income was $29 million.[167]

James has been married to volleyball player Daniela Ospina,[168] sister of David Ospina who is also a player of the Colombia national football team, since 2011 and has a daughter named Salome, born on 29 May 2013. James is a devout Christian.[169]


During his early days playing in South America, James was approached by Adidas head scout Claus Peter Meyer.[136] He featured occasionally in various adverts for Adidas as well as the Colombian beverage "Pony Malta"; Nestle drink, "Milo"; and the shampoo brand "Clear".[170] After the 2014 World Cup, where he won the Golden Boot as the tournament's top goal scorer with six goals, Adidas took advantage of James' increased exposure and issued him his own custom gold boots to celebrate his achievement and increase the brands on pitch association with their new star asset.[171]


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