The Colombian National Team held their last training session this Friday morning before the preparatory matches they will play in the United States against Venezuela and Mexico, duels scheduled for December 10 and 16, respectively.
The group of football players concentrated on the technical director, Néstor Lorenzo, who worked at the headquarters of the Colombian Football Federation in the city of Bogotá, as they do these days.
“Another morning. Last training session in Bogotá before our trip to the United States,” they wrote on the official FCF account, and said message was accompanied by a series of photos of the players making the competitive exercises.
In the pictures, on the other hand, there is good and evil between all members of the ‘tricolor’—the’good spirits and enthusiasm that come with wearing the colors of your country.
Here is the publication of the Colombian Football Federation:
The game against the Venezuelan National Team will be played this Sunday, December 10, starting at 6:00 p.m., our country’s time, and will be held at the DRV PNK stadium, located in the city of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. .
Meanwhile, the warm-up match against Mexico will be on Saturday, December 16, at the United Airlines Field in the Memorial Coliseum and will start at 7:00 p.m.
The two commitment preparations can be seen LIVE on the main screen of Gol Caracol and on www.golcaracol.com
The words of the protagonists before facing Venezuela:
“Colombia must always go out and win wherever it goes, wherever it plays; we all know the quality of players that we have here in Colombia, and we must always go out to win, which must always be done,” are the statements of Roger Martínez in the press.
For his part, Jorman Campuzano assured that “Venezuela always plays the classic with us, and we have to work to take care of not losing, which is something very nice, and that shows how well you have done the job as a Colombian family. National Team.”
The Colombian national team has been undefeated since Néstor Lorenzo took over as coach. In the South American Qualifiers for the 2026 World Cup, the ‘tricolor’ has 12 points and is in third place, after Argentina, with 15, and Uruguay, with 13 units.
On the next date of the qualifiers, Colombia will face Peru in Lima and Argentina in Barranquilla.