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Chile national football team Selección de Fútbol de Chile
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CHILE AT THE WORLD CUPS  
  Chile at the World Cups    
                                           
                                           
                                           
   
   
                                           
                                         
                           
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  CHILE  
     
 

The Chile national football team (Spanish: Selección de Fútbol de Chile) represents Chile in international football and is controlled by the Chilean Football Federation (Spanish: Federación de Fútbol de Chile, FFC), the governing body for football in Chile.

The FFC was founded in 1895, became a member of FIFA in 1913, and a member of CONMEBOL in 1916. Chile is one of the four founding member nations of CONMEBOL. Together with Argentina, Brazil, and Uruguay, the four competed in the first South American Championship in 1916, later to be renamed the Copa America. Interestingly, Chile is the only one out of the founding members never to have won the tournament. Chile could only reach the second place four times.

The country's history of football began with English sailors and their boat trips due to various commercial links between Chile and Great Britain in the 19th century.  The first professional league was founded in 1933. The first edition of professional competition was contested by the eight founding teams (Unión Española, Badminton, Colo-Colo, Audax Italiano, Green Cross, Morning Star, Magallanes and Santiago National),and was won by Magallanes after defeating Colo-Colo in a decisive match. Since then, Chile's top clubs have been Colo-Colo with 29 championships,  Universidad de Chile with 16, and Universidad Católica with 10.

Currently, Chile is one of the successful football team in South America. The new talented golden generation will surely give much to talk about in the coming years.

 
       
       
  QUICK FACTS  
       
       
 
  Association
 Federación de Fútbol de Chile    
  Confederation
 CONMEBOL
  Nickname
 La Roja (The Red One)
  Foundation year
 1895
  Affiliate since
 1913
  Topscorer in WC
 Leonel Sánchez and Marcelo Salas: 4
  Head Coach
 Jorge Sampaoli (Argentina)
  Titles
 None
 
       
       
  TITLES  
   
   
 
WORLD CUP
Gold
Silver
Bronze
 1962 Chile
 
3

 

OLYMPIC GAMES
Gold
Silver
Bronze
 2000 Australia
 
3

 

COPA AMERICA
Gold
Silver
Bronze
 1926 Chile
3
 1941 Chile
3
 1945 Chile
3
 1955 Chile
2
 1956 Uruguay
2
 1967 Uruguay
3
   1979 No fexed place
2
 1987 Argentina
2
 1991 Chile
3
       
       
  CHILE APPEARANCES AT WORLD CUPS  
       
       
 
Nro
Flag
World Cup
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Perf.
Rd
Pos
Par
Pt
P/Par
Ap.
Total
33
11
7
15
40
49
-9
33
8.33
10.88
21.55
17
18.52
9
1
 1930 Uruguay
3
2
0
1
5
3
2
4
1.33
1R
5
13
1
0.38
1
4
 1950 Brazil
3
1
0
2
5
6
-1
2
0.67
1R
9
13
1
0.69
2
7
 1962 Chile
6
4
0
2
10
8
2
8
1.33
TP
3
16
6
0.19
3
8
 1966 England
3
0
1
2
2
5
-3
1
0.33
1R
13
16
1
0.81
4
10
 1974 West Germany
3
0
2
1
1
2
-1
2
0.67
1R
11
16
1
0.69
5
12
 1982 Spain
3
0
0
3
3
8
-5
0
0.00
1R
22
24
1
0.92
6
16
 1998 France
4
0
3
1
5
8
-3
3
0.75
2R
16
32
2
0.50
7
19
 2010 South Africa
4
2
0
2
3
5
-2
6
1.50
2R
10
32
2
0.31
8
20
 2014 Brazil
4
2
1
1
6
4
2
7
1.75
2R
9
32
2
0.28
9
 
       
 
 Where: Perf: Pts/Pld     Rd: Round     Pos: Position in the WC     Total Pos: SUM(Pos)/Ap     Par: No. participants    
 Pt: How many points scores in the WC. Champion: 32, Finalist: 16, TP: 12, FP: 8, QF: 4, R16: 2, FR: 1
 P/Par: Pos/Par     Total P/Par: SUM(P/Par + 1.25 * each World Cup uncontested)/20     Ap: Appearances
 
     
       
  HEAD-TO-HEAD RECORDS (AT WORLD CUPS)  
   
   
 
More Played Matches
Nro
Flag
Team
Pld
W
D
L
%Won
%Lost
1
 Germany
3
0
0
3
0%
100%
2
 Italy
3
1
1
1
33%
33%
3
 Spain
3
1
0
2
33%
67%
4
 Australia
2
1
1
0
50%
0%
5
 Austria
2
0
1
1
0%
50%
6
 Soviet Union
2
1
0
1
50%
50%
7
 Switzerland
2
2
0
0
100%
0%
8
 Algeria
1
0
0
1
0%
100%
9
 Argentina
1
0
0
1
0%
100%
10
 Brazil
1
0
1
3
0%
75%
11
 Cameroon
1
0
1
0
0%
0%
12
 East Germany
1
0
1
0
0%
0%
13
 England
1
0
0
1
0%
100%
14
 France
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
15
 Honduras
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
16
 Mexico
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
17
 Netherlands
1
0
0
1
0%
100%
18
 North Korea
1
0
1
0
0%
0%
19
 United States
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
20
 Yugoslavia
1
1
0
0
100%
0%

 

Best Results
Nro
Flag
Team
Pld
W
D
L
%Won
%Lost
1
 Switzerland
2
2
0
0
100%
0%
2
 France
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
3
 Yugoslavia
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
4
 Honduras
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
5
 United States
1
1
0
0
100%
0%
6
 Mexico
1
1
0
0
100%
0%

 

Worst Results
Nro
Flag
Team
Pld
W
D
L
%Won
%Lost
1
 Germany
3
0
0
3
0%
100%
2
 Argentina
1
0
0
1
0%
100%
3
 Algeria
1
0
0
1
0%
100%
4
 England
1
0
0
1
0%
100%
5
 Netherlands
1
0
0
1
0%
100%
6
 Brazil
1
0
1
3
0%
75%
7
 Spain
3
1
0
2
33%
67%
 
     
     
  GOALSCORERS AT WORLD CUPS
   
   
Nro
Player
TG
30
34
38
50
54
58
62
66
70
74
78
82
86
90
94
98
02
06
10
14
40
5
   
5
   
10
2
 
1
 
3
     
5
   
3
6
1
 Leonel Sánchez
4
4
 Marcelo Salas
4
4
 
3
 Jean Beausejour
2
1
1
 Eladio Rojas
2
2
 
 Carlos Vidal
2
2
 
 Guillermo Subiabre
2
2
 
 Jorge Toro
2
2
 
 Rubén Marcos
2
2
 
 Jaime Ramírez
2
2
 
 Atilio Cremaschi
2
2
 
11
 Juan Carlos Letelier
1
1
 
 Mark González
1
1
 
 Rodrigo Millar
1
1
 
 José Luis Sierra
1
1
 
 George Robledo
1
1
   
 
 Sergio Ahumada
1
1
 
 Charles Aránguiz
1
                                     
1
 Alexis Sánchez
1
                                     
2
 Jorge Valdívia
1
                                     
1
 Andrés Prieto
1
1
                   
 Fernando Riera
1
1
 
 Eduardo Vargas 
1
                                     
1
 Miguel Ángel Neira
1
1
 
 Gustavo Moscoso
1
1
 
 Own goals
1
1
 
 
     
     
  TOP GOALSCORERS AT ALL COMPETITIONS  
       
       
  Players in bold are still active in the competence - As of June 28, 2014  
     
 
#
Name
Goals
Caps
AVG/Games
Career
1
 Marcelo Salas
37
70
0.53
1994-07
2
 Ivan Zamorano
34
69
0.49
1987-01
3
 Carlos Caszely
29
49
0.59
1969-85
4
 Alexis Sánchez
24
71
0.34
2006-Present
5
 Leonel Sanchez
23
84
0.27
1955-67
6
 Jorge Aravena
22
37
0.59
1983-90
7
 Humberto Suazo
21
60
0.35
2005-Present
8
 Juan Carlos Letelier
18
56
0.32
1979-89
9
 Enrique Hormazabal
17
43
0.39
1950-63
10
 Eduardo Vargas
15
34
0.44
2009-Present
11
 Matías Fernández
14
60
0.23
2005-Present
 
       
       
  MOST CAPPED PLAYERS AT ALL COMPETITIONS  
       
       
  Players in bold are still active in the competence - As of June 28, 2014  
     
 
#
Name
Caps
Career
1
 Leonel Sanchez
84
1955-67
2
 Claudio Bravo
83
2004-Present
3
 Nelson Tapia
74
1994-05
4
 Alexis Sánchez
71
2006-Present
5
 Alberto Fouilloux
70
1960-72
 Marcelo Salas
70
1994-07
7
 Iván Zamorano
69
1987-01
 Gonzalo Jara
69
2006-Present
 Fabián Estay
69
1990-01
10
 Pablo Contreras
67
1999-12
11
 Gary Medel
65
2007-Present
12
 Javier Margas
63
1990-00
 
       
       
  SQUADS  
       
       
   
     
 

  

 
  AWARDED PLAYERS  
     
 
IFFHS PLAYER OF THE CENTURY
#
Name
Votes
Years
1
 Elías Ricardo Figueroa
42
1966-82
2
 José Marcelo Salas
10
1994-07
3
 Leonel Sánchez
5
1955-68
4
 Iván Luis Zamorano
5
1987-01

 

IFFHS GOALKEEPER OF THE CENTURY
#
Name
Votes
Years
1
 Sergio Livingstone
15
1941-54
2
 Roberto Antonio Rojas
14
1983-89

 
   
   
  COACHES  
   
   
 
#
Cou
Name
P
W
D
L
%Won
Career
1
 Carlos Fanta 
5
0
1
4
0%
1916
2
 Julián Bértola
3
0
0
3
0%
1917
3
 Héctor Parra
3
0
0
3
0%
1919
4
 Juan Carlos Bertone
10
0
3
7
0%
1920-22
5
 Carlos Acuña
3
0
0
3
0%
1924
6
 José Rosetti
4
2
1
1
50%
1926
7
 Frank Powell
3
1
1
1
33%
1928
8
 Gyorgy Orth
3
2
0
1
67%
1930
9
 Pedro Mazullo
10
3
1
6
30%
1936-39
10
 Máximo Garay
4
2
0
2
50%
1941
11
 Ferenc Plattkó
15
6
3
6
40%
1941-45, 53
12
 Luis Tirado
53
21
8
24
40%
1946-49, 52-53, 54, 55-56
13
 Ferenc Plattkó & Waldo Sanhueza
4
2
0
2
50%
1950
14
 Alberto Buccicardi
3
1
0
2
33%
1950
15
 José Salerno
7
2
1
4
28%
1956-57
16
 Ladislao Pakozdi
6
2
1
3
33%
1957
17
 Fernando Riera
35
11
4
20
31%
1959-62, 70
18
 Luis Álamos
30
8
9
13
27%
1962, 65-66, 73-74
19
 Francisco Hormazábal
15
4
6
5
27%
1963-65, 70
20
 Alejandro Scopelli
12
5
3
4
42%
1966-67
21
 Salvador Nocetti
18
7
6
5
39%
1968-69
22
 Luis Vera & Raúl Pino
9
4
1
4
44%
1971
23
 Raúl Pino
2
0
0
2
0%
1972
24
 Rudi Gutendorf
7
3
0
4
43%
1972
25
  Morales
21
7
5
9
33%
1974-75, 85
26
 Caupolicán Peña
9
3
2
4
33%
1976-77
27
 Luis Santibáñez
29
10
7
12
34%
1977-82
28
 Luis Ibarra
16
7
5
4
44%
1983, 86
29
 Isaac Carrasco
1
0
1
0
0%
1984
30
 Vicente Cantatore
1
1
0
0
100%
1984
31
 Orlando Aravena
41
19
9
13
46%
1987, 88-89
32
 Manuel Rodríguez
1
0
0
1
0%
1987
33
 Arturo Salah
23
9
6
8
39%
1990-93
34
 Nelson Acosta
99
40
25
34
40%
1993, 96-01, 05-07
35
 Mirko Jozić
8
3
2
3
37%
1994
36
 Xabier Azkargorta
18
9
5
4
50%
1995-96
37
 Pedro García
12
3
1
8
25%
2001
38
 Jorge Garcés
3
0
1
2
0%
2001
39
 César Vaccia 
1
0
0
1
0%
2002
40
 Juvenal Olmos
25
7
9
9
28%
2003-05
41
 Marcelo Bielsa 
51
28
8
15
55%
2007-11
42
 Claudio Borghi 
27
11
5
11
41%
2011-12
43
 Jorge Sampaoli
25
16
5
4
64%
2013-Present
   
   
  Coaches with most appearances  
   
 
#
Cou
Name
P
W
D
L
%Won
Career
1
 Nelson Acosta
99
40
25
34
40%
1993, 96-01, 05-07
2
 Luis Tirado
53
21
8
24
40%
1946-49, 52-53, 54, 55-56
3
 Marcelo Bielsa 
51
28
8
15
55%
2007-11
4
 Orlando Aravena
41
19
9
13
46%
1987, 88-89
   
   
  FIXTURES AND RESULTS  
   
   
  2013  
   
   
#
Date
Place
Score
Competition
1
15 Jan 13
La Serena, Chile
2-1
Senegal
F
2
19 Jan 13
Concepción, Chile
3-0
Haiti
F
3
6 Feb 13
Madrid, Spain
2-1
Egypt
F
4
22 Mar 13
Lima, Peru
0-1
Peru
5
26 Mar 13
Santiago, Chile
2-0
Uruguay
6
7 Jun 13
Asunción, Paraguay
2-1
Paraguay
7
11 Jun 13
Santiago, Chile
3-1
Bolivia
8
14 Apr 13
Belo Horizonte, Brazil
2-2
Brazil
F
9
14 Aug 13
Copenhagen, Denmark
6-0
Iraq
F
10
6 Sep 13
Santiago, Chile
3-0
Venezuela
11
10 Sep 13
Geneva, Switzerland
2-2
Spain
F
12
11 Oct 13
Barranquilla, Colombia
3-3
Colombia
13
15 Oct 13
Santiago, Chile
2-1
Ecuador
14
15 Nov 13
London, England
2-0
England
F
15
19 Nov 13
Toronto, Canada
1-2
Brazil
F
 
   
   
  2014  
   
   
#
Date
Place
Score
Competition
1
22 Jan 14
Coquimbo, Chile
4-0
Costa Rica
F
2
5 Mar 14
Stuttgart, Germany
0-1
Germany
F
3
30 May 14
Chile
3-2
Egypt
F
4
4 Jun 14
Chile
2-0
Nortern Ireland
F
5
13 Jun 14
Cuiabá, Brazil
3-1
Australia
6
18 Jun 14
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
2-0
Spain
7
23 Jun 14
São Paulo, Brazil
0-2
Netherlands
8
28 Jun 14
Belo Horizonte, Brazil
a.e.t.
Brazil
1-1
2-3p
9
6 Sep 14
Santa Clara, USA
0-0 Mexico
F
10
9 Sep 14
Fort Lauderdale, USA
1-0 Haiti
F
11
10 Oct 14
Valparaíso, Chile
Peru
F
12
14 Oct 14
Antofagasta, Chile
Bolivia
F
13
10 Nov 14
Chile
Venezuela
F
14
18 Nov 14
Chile
Uruguay
F
 
   
   
  PLAYERS' CLUBS  
   
   
These are the clubs that have historically contributed more players to the Chile national football team.
 
   
Pos
Logo
Team
Players
Country
Flag
1
  Colo-Colo
48
  Chile
2
  Universidad de Chile
41
  Chile
3
  Universidad Católica
23
  Chile
4
  Unión Española
10
  Chile
5
  Santiago Wanderers
8
  Chile
6
  Cobreloa
5
  Chile
7
  Audax Italiano
3
  Chile
  América
3
  Mexico
9
  Internacional
2
  Brazil
  Everton
2
  Chile
  Arturo Fernández Vial
2
  Chile
  Palestino
2
  Chile
  La Cruz Valparaiso
2
  Chile
  Green Cross Temuco
2
  Chile
  Udinese
2
  Italy
  Juventus
2
  Italy
  Real Sociedad
2
  Spain
18
  Boca Juniors
1
  Argentina
  River Plate
1
  Argentina
  Palmeiras
1
  Brazil
  Santos
1
  Brazil
  Flamengo
1
  Brazil
  Coquimbo Unido
1
  Chile
  Boca Juniors Antofagasta
1
  Chile
  San Luis
1
  Chile
  Rangers
1
  Chile
  Santiago Morning
1
  Chile
  Club Deportivo Magallanes
1
  Chile
  Nottingham Forest
1
  England
  Wigan Athletic
1
  England
  Newcastle United F.C.
1
  England
  West Bromwich Albion
1
  England
  Bayer Leverkusen
1
  Germany
  PAOK
1
  Greece
  Cagliari
1
  Italy
  Atalanta
1
  Italy
  Reggina
1
  Italy
  Internazionale
1
  Italy
  Atlético Español
1
  Mexico
  Toluca
1
  Mexico
  Twente
1
  Netherlands
  Sporting CP
1
  Portugal
  CSKA Moscow
1
  Russia
  Levante
1
  Spain
  FC Barcelona
1
  Spain
  Valencia CF
1
  Spain
  Celta Vigo
1
  Spain
  Osasuna
1
  Spain
  Real Zaragoza
1
  Spain
  Xerez CD
1
  Spain
  Malmö FF
1
  Sweden
  Basel
1
  Switzerland
  Beşiktaş
1
  Turkey
  Al-Ain
1
  United Arab Emirates
  Red Bull New York
1
  United States
  Cardiff City
1
  Wales
 
   
   
   MATCHES AT WORLD CUPS  
   
   
1930 Uruguay World Cup  
     
First Round: Match 1
3-0
Mexico    
Date: 16 July 1930
C. Vidal 3', 65'
   
Stadium: Parque Central
M. Rosas o.g. 51'
   
Venue: Montevideo
   
Attendance:  9,249    
Referee: Henri Christophe (Belgium)    
 
     
First Round: Match 2
1-0
France    
Date: 19 July 1930    
Stadium: Centenario
   
Venue: Montevideo
   
Attendance: 2,000    
Referee: Aníbal Tejada (Uruguay)    
 
   
First Round: Match 3
3-1
Chile  
Date: 22 July 1930
G. Stábile 12', 13'
G. Subiabre 15'
Stadium: Centenario  
Venue: Montevideo
 
Attendance: 41,459  
Referee: John Langenus (Belgium)  
   
           
1950 Brazil World Cup
     
First Round: Match 4
2-0
Chile  
Date: 25 June 1950    
Stadium: Estádio do Maracanã  
Venue: Rio de Janeiro    
Attendance: 29,703      
Referee: Karel van der Meer (Netherlands)  
   
First Round: Match 5
2-0
Chile  
Date: 29 June 1950  
Stadium: Estádio do Maracanã  
Venue: Rio de Janeiro    
Attendance: 19,790  
Referee: Alberto Malcher (Brazil)  
   
First Round: Match 6
5-2
United States  
Date: 2 July 1950 F. Wallace 47'
Stadium: Estádio Ilha do Retiro
A. Cremaschi 32', 60'
J. Maca 48'
Venue: Recife  
Attendance: 8,501  
Referee: Mario Gardelli (Brazil)  
 
1962 Chile World Cup
   
First Round: Match 7
3-1
Switzerland  
Date: 30 May 1962
L. Sánchez 44', 55'
R. Wüthrich 6'
Stadium: Estadio Nacional  
Venue: Santiago    
Attendance: 65,006  
Referee: Kenneth Aston (England)  
   
First Round: Match 8
2-0
Italy  
Date: 2 June 1962    
Stadium: Estadio Nacional  
Venue: Santiago    
Attendance: 66,057  
Referee: Kenneth Aston (England)    
   
First Round: Match 9
2-0
Chile  
Date: 6 June 1962  
Stadium: Estadio Nacional  
Venue: Santiago    
Attendance: 67,224    
Referee: Robert Holley Davidson (Scotland)  
   
Quarter-finals: Match 10
2-1
Soviet Union  
Date: 10 June 1962 I. Chislenko 26'
Stadium: Estadio Carlos Dittborn  
Venue: Arica    
Attendance: 17,268  
Referee: Leo Horn ( Netherlands)  
   
Semi-finals: Match 11
4-2
Chile  
Date: 13 June 1962
Garrincha 9', 32'
  J. Toro 42'
Stadium: Estadio Nacional
Vavá 47', 78'
L. Sánchez 61'
Venue: Santiago    
Attendance: 76,594  
Referee: Arturo Yamasaki Maldonado (Peru)  
   
Third-place: Match 12
1-0
Yugoslavia  
Date: 16 June 1962    
Stadium: Estadio Nacional
 
Venue: Santiago    
Attendance: 66,697  
Referee: Juan Gardeazábal Garay (Spain)  
   
  1966 England World Cup
       
First Round: Match 13
2-0
Chile      
Date: 13 July 1966      
Stadium: Roker Park      
Venue: Sunderland        
Attendance: 27,199      
Referee: Gottfried Dienst (Switzerland)      
       
First Round: Match 14
1-1
North Korea      
Date: 15 July 1966 Pak Seung-Zin 88'    
Stadium: Ayresome Park
     
Venue: Middlesbrough        
Attendance: 13,792        
Referee: Ali Kandil (United Arab Republic)      
   
       
First Round: Match 15
Soviet Union
2-1
Chile      
Date: 20 july 1966
V. Porkujan 28', 85'
  R. Marcos 32'    
Stadium: Roker Park    
Venue: Sunderland        
Attendance: 16,027      
Referee: John Adair (Northern Ireland)      
   
   
  1974 Germany World Cup
   
First Round: Match 16
1-0
Chile  
Date: 14 June 1974  
Stadium: Olympiastadion    
Venue: West Berlin    
Attendance: 81,100  
Referee: Doğan Babacan (Turkey)  
   
First Round: Match 17
1-1
East Germany  
Date: 18 June 1974 M. Hoffmann 55'
Stadium: Olympiastadion    
Venue: West Berlin    
Attendance: 28,300    
Referee: Aurelio Angonese (Italy)  
   
First Round: Match 18
0-0
Chile  
Date: 22 June 1974    
Stadium: Olympiastadion    
Venue: West Berlin    
Attendance: 17,400  
Referee: Jafar Namdar (Iran)  
   
  1982 Spain World Cup
   
First Round: Match 19
Austria
1-0
Chile  
Date: 17 June 1982  
Stadium: Estadio Carlos Tartiere
 
Venue: Oviedo    
Attendance: 22,500  
Referee: Juan Daniel Cardellino (Uruguay)  
   
First Round: Match 20
4-1
Chile  
Date: 20 June 1982
K. Rummenigge 9', 57', 66'
G. Moscoso 90'
Stadium: El Molinón  
Venue: Gijón    
Attendance: 42,000  
Referee: Bruno Galler (Switzerland)  
   
First Round: Match 21
3-2
Chile  
Date: 24 June 1982
S. Assad 7', 31'
M. Neira 59'
Stadium: Estadio Carlos Tartiere J. Letelier 73'
Venue: Oviedo    
Attendance: 16,000  
Referee: Rómulo Méndez (Guatemala)  
   
  1998 France World Cup
   
First Round: Match 22
2-2
Chile  
Date: 11 June 1998 M. Salas 45+3', 48'
Stadium: Parc Lescure  
Venue: Bordeaux    
Attendance: 31,800  
Referee: Lucien Bouchardeau (Niger)  
   
First Round: Match 23
1-1
Austria  
Date: 17 June 1998 I. Vastić 90+2'
Stadium: Stade Geoffroy-Guichard    
Venue: Saint-Étienne    
Attendance: 30,600  
Referee: Gamal Al-Ghandour (Egypt)  
   
First Round: Match 24
1-1
Cameroon  
Date: 23 June 1998 P. Mboma 56'
Stadium: Stade de la Beaujoire    
Venue: Nantes    
Attendance: 35,500  
Referee: Laszlo Vagner (Hungary)  
   
Round of 16: Match 25
4-1
Chile  
Date: 27 June 1998 M. Salas 70'
Stadium: Parc des Princes
Ronaldo 45+3', 72'
 
Venue: Paris    
Attendance: 45,500    
Referee: Marc Batta (France)  
   
  2010 South Africa World Cup
   
First Round: Match 26
1-0
Honduras  
Date: 16 June 2006  
Stadium: Mbombela Stadium    
Venue: Nelspruit    
Attendance: 32,264  
Referee: Eddy Maillet (Seychelles)  
   
First Round: Match 27
1-0
Switzerland  
Date: 21 June 2006  
Stadium: Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium    
Venue: Port Elizabeth    
Attendance: 34,872  
Referee: Khalil Al Ghamdi (Saudi Arabia)  
   
First Round: Match 28
2-1
Chile  
Date: 25 June 2010 R. Millar 47'
Stadium: Loftus Versfeld Stadium  
Venue: Pretoria    
Attendance: 41,958  
Referee: Marco Rodríguez (Mexico)  
   
Round of 16: Match 29
3-0
Chile  
Date: 28 June 2010
Juan 35'
 
Stadium: Ellis Park Stadium  
Venue: Johannesburg  
Attendance: 54,096  
Referee: Howard Webb (England)  
   
  2014 Brazil World Cup
   
First Round: Match 30
3-1
Australia
Date: 13 June 2014 T. Cahil 35'
Stadium: Arena Pantanal
Venue: Cuiabá
Attendance: 40,275
Referee: Noumandiez Doué (Ivory Coast)
   
First Round: Match 31
0-2
Chile
Date: 18 June 2014   E. Vargas 20'
Stadium: Estádio do Maracanã C. Aránguiz 43' 
Venue: Rio de Janeiro
Attendance: 74,101
Referee: Mark Geiger (United States)
   
First Round: Match 32
2-0
Chile
Date: 23 June 2014
Fer 77' 
Stadium: Arena de São Paulo
M. Depay 90+2'
Venue: São Paulo
Attendance: 62,996
Referee: Bakary Gassama (Gambia) 
a.e.t.
Match 49
1-1
Chile
Date: 28 June 2014 A. Sánchez 32'
Stadium: Estádio Mineirão
Venue: Belo Horizonte
Penalties
1-0
M. Pinilla
X
X
1-0
A. Sánchez
X
2-1
C. Aránguiz
X
2-2
M. Díaz
3-2 G. Jara
X
Attendance: 57,714
Referee: Howard Webb (England) 
   
   
   
   
   
   
        
   
  
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