|Bolivia Apertura||09/23 00:00||20|| Bolivar v Club Aurora ||W||5-1|
|Bolivia Apertura||09/19 19:00||19|| Independiente Petrolero v Bolivar ||L||2-1|
|Bolivia Apertura||09/15 00:00||18|| Blooming v Bolivar ||D||2-2|
|Bolivia Apertura||08/22 21:15||17|| Bolivar v Guabira ||W||6-0|
|Bolivia Apertura||08/19 22:15||16|| Real Potosi v Bolivar ||W||0-2|
|Bolivia Apertura||08/16 00:00||15|| Royal Pari FC v Bolivar ||D||1-1|
|Bolivia Apertura||08/11 23:00||9|| Nacional Potosi v Bolivar ||D||1-1|
|Bolivia Apertura||08/08 23:30||14|| Bolivar v Always Ready ||L||0-2|
|Bolivia Apertura||08/03 19:00||13|| Atletico Palmaflor Vinto v Bolivar ||D||2-2|
|Bolivia Apertura||07/31 23:30||12|| Bolivar v Jorge Wilstermann ||W||4-0|
|Bolivia Apertura||07/25 21:15||11|| The Strongest v Bolivar ||L||3-1|
|Bolivia Apertura||07/22 22:15||10|| Bolivar v Oriente Petrolero ||D||1-1|
|Failed to score||10||3||7|
Club Bolívar (Spanish pronunciation: [kluβ boˈliβaɾ]) is a Bolivian football club, founded in La Paz on 12 April 1925. A group of young people created the sports club “Club Atlético Bolívar” in honor of Simón Bolívar. It is the most successful and popular club in the history of the Bolivian Primera División. The club was founded with the light blue color, which distinguishes the club to this day.
The institution has its own home stadium, called Estadio Libertador Simón Bolívar (5,000 capacity) located in the Tembladerani neighborhood of the city of La Paz. This sports complex is only used for training sessions and friendly matches since for official matches the club plays at the Estadio Hernando Siles, a venue that has a capacity for 41,143 people.
Bolívar began playing the amateur era two years after its foundation, in 1927, where he became runner-up, and it was in the 1932 tournament that Club Bolívar won the championship for the first time in its history. His second amateur title was obtained in 1937. Consecutively was consecrated champion in the years of 1939, 1940, 1941, and 1942, becoming the second team to achieve a four-time championship. In this way, from 1927 to 1949 the club obtained a total of 6 amateur titles.
In the professional era, the club was the first team to win the first tournament of the Bolivian Primera División in 1950. From that year to the present, Club Bolívar would become the top winner in Bolivian soccer, winning a total of 29 official titles. No Bolivian team has ever come even close to this success. According to International Federation of Football History & Statistics (IFFHS) statistics, Club Bolívar is the best Bolivian soccer team of the 20th century and the first decade of the 21st century.
At an international level, Club Bolívar is statistically the club that has best represented Bolivia in international cups. The Bolivian club is in the 12th position in the Historical table of the Copa Libertadores, it participated 34 times in this tournament, being in this way the seventh team at the South American level with the most participation in the entire continent and also Bolívar is the eleventh team with most victories in the history of the Copa Libertadores de América, 92 in total. Among his 34 appearances in the Copa Libertadores, his best performances were in the 1986 and 2014 editions when he became a semi-finalist in these tournaments.
Although the club could not become a finalist in the Copa Libertadores, it did play an international final in 2004, where it was runner-up in that year's Copa Sudamericana. There are 10 participations of the Bolivian team in this tournament.
Among the best players in Bolivar's history are Marco "El Diablo" Etcheverry; Erwin "Platini" Sanchez; Julio Baldivieso; Mario Rojas; Carlos Borja; Vladimir Soria; Carlos Angel Lopez, Ramiro Blacut, Víctor Ugarte, Carlos Aragones, Ramiro Castillo, Juan Miguel "Juanmi" Callejon, Walter Flores, Juan Carlos Arce and many more.