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Adolfo Andrade

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Place of birth  Tulua, Colombia
Name  Adolfo Andrade
Playing position  Midfielder
Role  Footballer
Years  Team
Position  Midfielder
1970–1971  Deportes Quindio

Full name  Adolfo Jose Andrade Chaparro
Date of birth  (1950-01-05) 5 January 1950 (age 65)

Adolfo José Andrade Chaparro (born 5 January 1950), commonly known as Adolfo Andrade, is a retired Colombian footballer who played as a forward. He is the father of the footballer Andrés Andrade.


Club career

Andrade was born in Tuluá, Valle del Cauca, near to Cali. Andrade played seven seasons for Deportes Quindío and three season for Deportivo Cali, with which won the 1974 Campeonato Profesional. He also played in Deportivo Pereira, Deportes Tolima and Once Caldas, teams with which he had less successful.

International career

Andrade made his debut for the Colombia national team on 26 November 1971 in the 2–1 win against Uruguay, at the 1972 Summer Olympics Qualifying Stage, where he scored the first goal of the match. In the second match, against Venezuela, he scored two goals (the match ended 2–0). He was the goalscorer of the Qualifying Stage with 4 goals in 7 games.

Andrade also played at the Brazil Independence Cup, playing as a starter only in the match against Africa Selection. He was called for the 1974 FIFA World Cup qualification, where he played two matches (both against Uruguay).


This table is incomplete, thus some stats and totals could be incorrect.


Deportivo Cali
  • Primera A (1): 1974
  • References

    Adolfo Andrade Wikipedia

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