Colo-Colo Tryouts

Colo-Colo is a Chilean fútbol club based in Santiago, Chile. The club currently plays in the Chilean Primera División, the country’s highest level of professional club fútbol.


Colo-Colo Youth Development System

The primary focus of Colo-Colo youth academy is to develop the individual skills of our athletes that can be effectively utilized in a team environment. The Academy believes in encouraging work ethic, developing technical ability, creating tactical awareness, fostering teamwork, and nurturing sportsmanship. We strive to create an environment that will allow our players to grow as athletes and strive for success in all aspects of life.

Colo Coolo Academy

The Colo-Colo youth development system is broken down into a hierarchy with tiers to the professional team. These tiers include: Fútbol Joven, Fútbol Infantil, and Fútbol Formativo.

Colo-Colo Fútbol Joven includes the following teams:

  • SUB19
  • SUB18
  • SUB17
  • SUB16
  • SUB15

Colo-Colo Fútbol Infantil includes the following teams:

  • SUB14
  • SUB13
  • SUB12
  • SUB11

Colo-Colo Fútbol Formativo includes the following teams:

  • SUB10
  • SUB9
  • SUB8
Colo-Colo Juvenil

Colo-Colo Soccer Schools

Throughout Chile, Colo-Colo has more than 70 official soccer schools that represent us in different corners of the country.

The main one is the Escuela Monumental,Escuela Monumental, which works in the training fields of the stadium.

In addition to the Monumental school, more than 70 other schools maintain formal and highly demanding ties with the club, fulfilling the basic objective of attracting new talents for Colo-Colo, in addition to building the loyalty of thousands of children with the white shirt.

They also comply with the technical standards defined by the club for children between 7 and 14 years old. To view a full list of all the Colo-Colo soccer schools, please click here.

Colo Colo United States Soccer Academy

Colo-Colo Soccer Academy offers both group and private training sessions. Our academy format allows for players not currently part of another local club to enjoy the competitive learning environment. We also welcome players from the local organizations to participate in our training sessions as an enhancement to their club practices. United States Colo-Colo Soccer Academy is located in Boca Raton, Florida. For more information, please click here.

Colo-Colo USA FLORIDA Academy

Colo-Colo Recruitment Trials

At the time of this writing, there are no official publishings on Colo-Colo trials. Please come back at a later date while we monitor this club or click here to visit their official news web page or click here to visit their official youth Instagram page.


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Colo-Colo History

Club Social y Deportivo Colo-Colo is a professional football team in Chile that plays its home games at Macul Stadium in Santiago. David Arellano established the club in 1925, and it has spent its entire history competing in Chile’s Primera División, from which it has never been demoted.

Since 1989, the club has made Estadio Monumental David Arellano its primary venue for all of its home contests. Colo-Colo is often considered to be the most successful club in the history of football in Chile. Colo-Colo has a record thirteen Copa Chile victories and holds the record for most Primera División de Chile titles (32).

This is more than any other Chilean team has ever won. It was the first team from Chile to win a continental event, and they did so by claiming the Copa Libertadores in 1991. Following that, the club went on to triumph both the 1992 Recopa Sudamericana and the 1992 Copa Interamericana, both of which were contested at the international level.

Esteban Paredes holds the record for most goals scored in the club’s history with 216, while Misael Escuti, a former goalie, holds the record for most games played with 417. Luis Mena is the most successful player in the club’s history, having won eleven titles during his time there.

Colo-Colo is the team that has the most supporters in Chile, and they have a rivalry with Universidad de Chile that goes back a long time. The club also has a long-standing rivalry with Cobreloa and Universidad Católica, which can be seen in their games against each other.

In 2007, the team was given a ranking of 14th place by the IFFHS. In 2009, the same organization ranked the team as the best club in the history of football in its country during the 20th century, and it was also ranked in the top twenty teams in the history of football in South America.

Colo-Colo Stadium

Macul, which is located to the south-east of the central business district of Santiago, is home to a football stadium known as the Estadio Monumental. Colo-Colo calls it their home field, but it also sees occasional use from other teams and the national football team.

The stadium can currently accommodate 47,000 people inside at the same time. Since David Arellano, the man who founded Colo-Colo, was honored with the naming of the playing field, the entire stadium is sometimes referred to as Estadio Monumental David Arellano. In 1975, a double-header was used to officially inaugurate the stadium, and 26,000 people were in attendance. In the opening match, Santiago Morning and Santiago Wanderers played to a 1-1 draw. In the main event, Colo-Colo prevailed over Deportes Aviación 1-0, with Carlos Orellana scoring the lone goal.

Due to the fact that the stadium was found to be unfit for continuous use, a total of only five more matches were played there before it was closed down permanently.

Colo-Colo Estadio Monumental David Arellano Chile

It was reopened in September of 1989 with a match between Colo-Colo and CA Pearol from Uruguay. The home team defeated the visitors by a score of 2-1, with goals coming from Marcelo Barticciotto and Leonel Herrera. The stadium was finished in its current shape in 1989.

When it first opened, the stadium had an official capacity of somewhere between 62,500 and 65,000 people. In 1992, a league match between Colo-Colo and Club Universidad de Chile drew 69,305 people, which is still the record for the greatest attendance number ever recorded.

The Colo-Colo basketball team had an average home league attendance of 21,509 for the Apertura season and 23,229 for the Clausura season in the 2016-17 season. The stadium hosted the second final of the Copa Libertadores in 1991, which was won by Colo-Colo by a score of 3-0. This victory became Colo-Colo the only Chilean club to ever win the trophy. Accidents, including one that resulted in a fatality in 1993, prompted a number of upgrades and improvements, which ultimately resulted in the lowering of the capacity to its present level of 47,000 spectators.

In addition, club Santiago Morning and other Chilean teams that compete in international tournaments rent out the stadium so they can have their games there. Additionally, the Chilean national football team has played matches there on occasions when they were unable to play at the Estadio Nacional, which is the country’s primary football arena. On November 16, 2011, American rock band Pearl Jam kicked off their 20th anniversary tour by performing at the stadium as part of their tour.

On September 29, 2017, members of the hard rock band Guns N’ Roses gave a performance at the stadium as part of their Not In This Lifetime…Tour. Its primary occupant and owner is the business organization known as Blanco y Negro, which is responsible for the operation of Colo-Colo and is owned to a significant extent by the Chilean billionaire and current President Sebastián Piera.