Fixtures

Colombia Primera B 10/08 20:00 16 Bogota FC vs Real Cartagena - View

Results

Colombia Primera B 09/30 23:00 15 [6] Tigres FC v Bogota FC [8] L 2-1
Colombia Primera B 09/23 20:00 14 [10] Bogota FC v Orsomarso [16] W 1-0
Colombia Primera B 09/18 22:00 13 [6] Atletico Huila v Bogota FC [9] L 2-0
Colombia Primera B 09/13 01:00 12 [2] Boyaca Chico v Bogota FC [11] W 0-2
Colombia Primera B 09/08 20:30 11 [13] Bogota FC v Boca Juniors De Cali [6] W 4-1
Colombia Primera B 09/03 20:30 10 [12] Llaneros v Bogota FC [11] L 2-0
Colombia Primera B 08/29 20:00 9 [11] Bogota FC v Tigres FC [13] L 0-1
Colombia Primera B 08/27 19:00 9 Bogota FC v Tigres FC - PPT.
Colombia Primera B 08/22 23:00 8 [15] Valledupar FC v Bogota FC [9] D 3-3
Colombia Primera B 08/13 20:00 7 [11] Bogota FC v Barranquilla FC [3] W 1-0
Colombia Primera B 08/08 20:00 6 [9] CD Real Santander v Bogota FC [8] L 2-0
Colombia Primera B 08/05 01:00 5 [11] Bogota FC v Cucuta Deportivo [12] W 2-1

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 47 23 24
Wins 18 11 7
Draws 9 4 5
Losses 20 8 12
Goals for 54 27 27
Goals against 64 25 39
Clean sheets 8 6 2
Failed to score 15 7 8

Wikipedia - Bogotá F.C.

Bogotá F.C. is a Colombian professional football team based in Bogotá, that currently plays in the Categoría Primera B. They play their home games at the Estadio Metropolitano de Techo.

History

This is one of the teams that has a duality in its history, having been born with the current name in 2004 when it debuted in the Colombian second division, but comes from a long history of the institution called Club El Cóndor which was founded in 1991 and played under three different guises: in 2000 the club was called El Cóndor, in 2002 Cóndor Real Bogotá and a few years later Cóndor Deportivo Sur-Bogotá.

Until now the best season of Bogotá FC was achieved in the first half of 2007 in the Copa Premier, after qualifying for the first time in a semifinal, with a near-perfect season with a roster mixed between experienced players and young talents like Javier Cuero.

In 2005, the team management was assumed by the company "GoGo" who provided capital to the team. During the 2010 season, played in one tournament, Bogotá accomplished a great campaign, ranking sixth in the quadrangular semifinals. After the first round lead with seven points, was eliminated after losing 2-3 at home against Deportivo Pasto and tie in the same condition 1–1 Patriotas F.C.

In March 2012 was announced that due to lack of support in Bogotá, the club may be leaving to the city of Montería in the department of Córdoba for the 2013 season. This request was granted on March 27 by the DIMAYOR. But negotiations failed and Bogotá FC decided to remain in the city.