Paraguay national football team results (1960–1979)

This page details the match results and statistics of the Paraguay national football team from 1960 to 1979.

. . . Paraguay national football team results (1960–1979) . . .

Key to matches
  • Att.=Match attendance
  • (H)=Home ground
  • (A)=Away ground
  • (N)=Neutral ground
Key to record by opponent
  • Pld=Games played
  • W=Games won
  • D=Games drawn
  • L=Games lost
  • GF=Goals for
  • GA=Goals against

Paraguay’s score is shown first in each case.

No. Date Venue Opponents Score Competition Paraguay scorers Att. Ref.
164 3 July 1960 Estadio Club Libertad, Asunción (H)  Brazil 1–2 Taça do Atlântico Cabrera [1][2][3]
165 9 July 1960 Estadio Monumental, Buenos Aires (A)  Argentina 0–1 Taça do Atlântico [1][2][3]
166 13 July 1960 Estadio Centenario, Montevideo (A)  Uruguay 1–2 Taça do Atlântico P. Cabral [1][2][3]
167 18 December 1960 Santiago (A)  Chile 1–4 Friendly Cabrera [1][2]
168 21 December 1960 Valparaíso (A)  Chile 1–3 Friendly Lopez [1][2]
169 19 March 1961 Panama City (A)  Panama 0–0 Friendly [1][2]
170 30 April 1961 Estadio Defensores del Chaco, Asunción (H)  Brazil 0–2 Taça Oswaldo Cruz [1][2][4]
171 3 May 1961 Estadio Defensores del Chaco, Asunción (H)  Brazil 2–3 Taça Oswaldo Cruz C. Martínez (2) [1][2][4]
172 17 May 1961 Asunción (H)  Argentina 0–0 Friendly [1][2]
173 29 June 1961 Maracanã Stadium, Rio de Janeiro (A)  Brazil 2–3 Friendly Fretes, Parodi [1][2]
174 12 October 1961 Estadio de Independiente, Avellaneda (A)  Argentina 1–5 Friendly J. Gonzalez [1][2]
175 29 October 1961 Estadio Olímpico Universitario, Mexico City (A)  Mexico 0–1 1962 FIFA World Cup qualification 80,000 [1][2][5]
176 5 November 1961 Estadio Defensores del Chaco, Asunción (H)  Mexico 0–0 1962 FIFA World Cup qualification 15,000 [1][2][5]
177 21 April 1962 Maracanã Stadium, Rio de Janeiro (A)  Brazil 0–6 Taça Oswaldo Cruz [1][2][4]
178 24 April 1962 Pacaembu Stadium, São Paulo (A)  Brazil 0–4 Taça Oswaldo Cruz [1][2][4]
179 10 August 1962 Estadio Félix Capriles, Cochabamba (A)  Bolivia 1–3 Copa Paz del Chaco E. Insfrán [1][2][6]
180 12 August 1962 Estadio Hernando Siles, La Paz (A)  Bolivia 2–3 Copa Paz del Chaco Samaniego, Nunez [1][2][6]
181 17 February 1963 Asunción (H)  Bolivia 3–0 Copa Paz del Chaco Valdez, R. Rodríguez, Cabrera [1][2][6]
182 19 February 1963 Asunción (H)  Bolivia 5–1 Copa Paz del Chaco Villamayor (2), Cabrera, Arámbulo, D. Martinez [1][2][6]
183 3 March 1963 Estadio Defensores del Chaco, Asunción (H)  Brazil 2–2 Friendly R. Rodríguez, E. Insfrán [1][2]
184 14 March 1963 Estadio Hernando Siles, La Paz (N)  Ecuador 3–1 1963 South American Championship Zárate, Cabrera, Quiñonez 15,000 [1][2][7]
185 17 March 1963 Estadio Hernando Siles, La Paz (N)  Brazil 2–0 1963 South American Championship Zárate, Ayala 8,000 [1][2][7]
186 20 March 1963 Estadio Félix Capriles, Cochabamba (N)  Colombia 3–2 1963 South American Championship Zárate, Arámbulo, C. Martínez 10,000 [1][2][7]
187 24 March 1963 Estadio Félix Capriles, Cochabamba (N)  Bolivia 0–2 1963 South American Championship 18,000 [1][2][7]
188 27 March 1963 Estadio Félix Capriles, Cochabamba (N)  Peru 4–1 1963 South American Championship C. Martínez (2), Cabrera, Zárate 20,000 [1][2][7]
189 31 March 1963 Estadio Hernando Siles, La Paz (N)  Argentina 1–1 1963 South American Championship Cabrera 15,000 [1][2][7]
190 15 October 1963 Estadio Defensores del Chaco, Asunción (H)  Argentina 0–4 Copa Rosa Chevallier Boutell [1][2][8]
191 29 October 1963 Estadio Monumental, Buenos Aires (A)  Argentina 3–2 Copa Rosa Chevallier Boutell P. Rojas (2), Ayala [1][2][8]
192 25 November 1964 Estadio Defensores del Chaco, Asunción (H)  Argentina 3–0 Copa Rosa Chevallier Boutell Candia, Ivaldi, Garcia [1][2][8]
193 8 December 1964 Estadio Monumental, Buenos Aires (A)  Argentina 1–8 Copa Rosa Chevallier Boutell Pavon [1][2][8]
194 10 March 1965 Guatemala City (A)  Guatemala 4–1 Friendly Ayala, Caceres (2), Riquelme [1][2]
195 14 March 1965 Guatemala City (A)  Guatemala 3–0 Friendly Pavon, Riquelme, J. Rojas [1][2]
196 17 March 1965 San José (A)  Costa Rica 0–1 Friendly [1][2]
197 19 March 1965 San José (A)  Costa Rica 0–0 Friendly [1][2]
198 3 April 1965 Lima (A)  Peru 1–0 Friendly Riquelme [1][2]
199 24 April 1965 Asunción (H)  Uruguay 2–1 Copa Artigas Riquelme, Caceres [1][2][9]
200 1 May 1965 Estadio Centenario, Montevideo (A)  Uruguay 0–4 Copa Artigas [1][2][9]
201 25 July 1965 Estadio Defensores del Chaco, Asunción (H)  Bolivia 2–0 1966 FIFA World Cup qualification V. Rodriguez, J. Rojas 18,396 [1][2][10]
202 1 August 1965 Estadio Monumental, Buenos Aires (A)  Argentina 0–3 1966 FIFA World Cup qualification 63,817 [1][2][10]
203 8 August 1965 Estadio Defensores del Chaco, Asunción (H)  Argentina 0–0 1966 FIFA World Cup qualification 20,763 [1][2][10]
204 22 August 1965 Estadio Hernando Siles, La Paz (A)  Bolivia 1–2 1966 FIFA World Cup qualification 7,000 [1][2][10]
205 24 April 1966 Estadio Olímpico Universitario, Mexico City (A)  Mexico 0–7 Friendly 33,800 [1][2]
206 15 May 1966 Asunción (H)  Uruguay 2–2 Copa Artigas Torres, A. González [1][2][9]
207 18 May 1966 Estadio Centenario, Montevideo (A)  Uruguay 1–3 Copa Artigas Torres [1][2][9]
208 21 December 1966 Estadio Modelo, Guayaquil (A)  Ecuador 2–2 1967 South American Championship qualification J. Rojas, Apocada 47,000 [1][2][11]
209 28 December 1966 Estadio Manuel Ferreira, Asunción (H)  Ecuador 3–1 1967 South American Championship qualification Mora (2), Del Puerto 25,000 [1][2][11]
210 18 January 1967 Estadio Centenario, Montevideo (N)  Argentina 1–4 1967 South American Championship Mora 12,000 [1][2][11]
211 22 January 1967 Estadio Centenario, Montevideo (N)  Chile 2–4 1967 South American Championship Riveros, Apocada 6,000 [1][2][11]
212 25 January 1967 Estadio Centenario, Montevideo (N)  Bolivia 1–0 1967 South American Championship Del Puerto 5,000 [1][2][11]
213 29 January 1967 Estadio Centenario, Montevideo (N)  Uruguay 0–2 1967 South American Championship 17,000 [1][2][11]
214 1 February 1967 Estadio Centenario, Montevideo (N)  Venezuela 5–3 1967 South American Championship A. González, J. Rojas (2), Mora, Colmán 1,500 [1][2][11]
215 13 October 1967 Asunción (H)  Argentina 1–1 Friendly Fleitas [1][2]
216 15 May 1968 Asunción (H)  Argentina 2–0 Friendly Mora, Garcia [1][2]
217 2 June 1968 Asunción (H)  Uruguay 0–0[A] Copa Artigas [1][2][9]
218 25 July 1968 Estadio Defensores del Chaco, Asunción (H)  Brazil 0–4 Taça Oswaldo Cruz [1][2][4]
219 28 July 1968 Estadio Defensores del Chaco, Asunción (H)  Brazil 1–0 Taça Oswaldo Cruz V. Cabral [1][2][4]
220 19 March 1969 Rosario (A)  Argentina 1–1 Friendly Irala [1][2]
221 9 April 1969 Asunción (H)  Argentina 0–0 Friendly [1][2]
222 8 June 1969 Asunción (H)  Chile 0–1 Friendly [1][2]
223 6 July 1969 Santiago (A)  Chile 0–0 Friendly 45,000 [1][2]
224 9 July 1969 Lima (A)  Peru 1–2 Friendly Mora 30,000 [1][2]
225 18 July 1969 Lima (A)  Peru 1–2 Friendly Sosa [1][2]
226 6 August 1969 University Stadium, Caracas (A)  Venezuela 2–0 1970 FIFA World Cup qualification J. Rojas (2) 9,110 [1][2][12]
227 10 August 1969 Estadio El Campín, Bogotá (A)  Colombia 1–0 1970 FIFA World Cup qualification A. Martínez 51,049 [1][2][12]
228 17 August 1969 Estadio Defensores del Chaco, Asunción (H)  Brazil 0–3 1970 FIFA World Cup qualification 44,880 [1][2][12]
229 21 August 1969 Estadio Defensores del Chaco, Asunción (H)  Venezuela 1–0 1970 FIFA World Cup qualification Jiménez 11,509 [1][2][12]
230 24 August 1969 Estadio Defensores del Chaco, Asunción (H)  Colombia 2–1 1970 FIFA World Cup qualification Arrúa (2) 14,744 [1][2][12]
231 31 August 1969 Maracanã Stadium, Rio de Janeiro (A)  Brazil 0–1 1970 FIFA World Cup qualification 183,341 [1][2][12]
232 4 April 1970 Maracanã Stadium, Rio de Janeiro (A)  Brazil 0–0 Friendly 72,000 [1][2]
233 22 October 1970 Asunción (H)  Argentina 1–1 Friendly Irala [1][2]
234 4 July 1971 Estadio Defensores del Chaco, Asunción (H)  Argentina 1–1 Copa Rosa Chevallier Boutell Arrúa [1][2][8]
235 9 July 1971 Estadio Lisandro de la Torre, Rosario (A)  Argentina 0–1 Copa Rosa Chevallier Boutell [1][2][8]
236 14 July 1971 Santiago (A)  Chile 2–3 Friendly Arrúa (2) 30,000 [1][2]
237 24 July 1971 Maracanã Stadium, Rio de Janeiro (A)  Brazil 0–1 Friendy 40,000 [1][2]
238 27 July 1971 Lima (A)  Peru 0–0 Friendly 40,000 [1][2]
239 8 August 1971 Asunción (H)  Chile 2–0 Friendly Arrúa, Escobar [1][2]
240 15 August 1971 Asunción (H)  Peru 2–0 Friendly Arrúa (2) [1][2]
241 26 April 1972 Estádio Beira-Rio, Porto Alegre (A)  Brazil 2–3 Friendly Escobar, Diarte [1][2]
242 25 May 1972 Salta (A)  Argentina 0–0 Friendly [1][2]
243 11 June 1972 Morenão, Campo Grande (N)  Venezuela 4–1 Brazil Independence Cup Jiménez, Escobar, Maldonado (2) [1][2][13]
244 14 June 1972 Morenão, Campo Grande (N)  Peru 1–0 Brazil Independence Cup Godoy [1][2][13]
245 22 June 1972 Vivaldão, Manaus (N)  Yugoslavia 1–2 Brazil Independence Cup Escobar 25,000 [1][2][13]
246 25 June 1972 Vivaldão, Manaus (N)  Bolivia 6–1 Brazil Independence Cup Maldonado (2), Arrúa (4), Dos Santos [1][2][13]
247 28 March 1973 Lima (A)  Peru 0–1 Friendly [1][2]
248 31 March 1973 La Paz (A)  Bolivia 1–1 Friendly Jiménez [1][2]
249 8 April 1973 Asunción (H)  Peru 1–1 Friendly Maldonado [1][2]
250 2 September 1973 Estadio Hernando Siles, La Paz (A)  Bolivia 2–1 1974 FIFA World Cup qualification Escobar, Jorge Insfrán 19,384 [1][2][14]
251 16 September 1973 Estadio Defensores del Chaco, Asunción (H)  Argentina 1–1 1974 FIFA World Cup qualification Arrúa 47,116 [1][2][14]
252 30 September 1973 Estadio Defensores del Chaco, Asunción (H)  Bolivia 4–0 1974 FIFA World Cup qualification Bareiro, Osorio, Jorge Insfrán, Arrúa 24,268 [1][2][14]
253 7 October 1973 Boca Juniors Stadium, Buenos Aires (A)  Argentina 1–3 1974 FIFA World Cup qualification Escobar 58,657 [1][2][14]
254 12 May 1974 Maracanã Stadium, Rio de Janeiro (A)  Brazil 0–2 Friendly [1][2]
255 22 December 1974 Santiago (A)  Chile 0–1 Friendly [1][2]
256 12 June 1975 Asunción (H)  Uruguay 0–1 Copa Artigas [1][2][9]
257 19 June 1975 Estadio Centenario, Montevideo (A)  Uruguay 1–0 Copa Artigas Rolón [1][2][9]
258 7 July 1975 Cochabamba (A)  Bolivia 2–1 Friendly José Insfrán, Ocampos [1][2]
259 10 July 1975 Lima (A)  Peru 0–2 Friendly [1][2]
260 20 July 1975 Estadio El Campín, Bogotá (A)  Colombia 0–1 1975 Copa América 60,000 [1][2][15]
261 24 July 1975 Estadio Modelo, Guayaquil (A)  Ecuador 2–2 1975 Copa América Kiese (2) 50,000 [1][2][15]
262 30 July 1975 Estadio Defensores del Chaco, Asunción (H)  Colombia 0–1[B] 1975 Copa América 50,000 [1][2][15]
263 10 August 1975 Estadio Defensores del Chaco, Asunción (H)  Ecuador 3–1 1975 Copa América Báez, Rolón (2) 10,000 [1][2][15]
264 25 February 1976 Estadio Defensores del Chaco, Asunción (H)  Argentina 2–3[C] Taça do Atlântico Báez, Aquino [1][2][3]
265 10 March 1976 Estadio Centenario, Montevideo (A)  Uruguay 2–2 Taça do Atlântico Pesoa, Paniagua [1][2][3]
266 7 April 1976 Estadio Defensores del Chaco, Asunción (H)  Brazil 1–1[D] Taça do Atlântico Aquino [1][2][3]
267 28 April 1976 José Amalfitani Stadium, Buenos Aires (A)  Argentina 2–2[C] Taça do Atlântico Rivera, Aquino [1][2][3]
268 19 May 1976 Asunción (H)  Uruguay 1–0 Taça do Atlântico Solalinde [1][2][3]
269 9 June 1976 Maracanã Stadium, Rio de Janeiro (A)  Brazil 1–3[D] Taça do Atlântico Díaz [1][2][3]
270 9 January 1977 Asunción (H)  Ecuador 2–0 Friendly Colmán, Aquino [1][2]
271 12 January 1977 Asunción (H)  Uruguay 1–1 Copa Artigas Solalinde [1][2][9]
272 23 January 1977 Estadio Centenario, Montevideo (A)  Uruguay 1–2 Copa Artigas Villalba [1][2][9]
273 26 January 1977 Santiago (A)  Chile 0–4 Friendly [1][2]
274 2 February 1977 Asunción (H)  Chile 2–0 Friendly Aifuch, Báez [1][2]
275 6 February 1977 Estadio Hernando Siles, La Paz (A)  Bolivia 1–0 Copa Paz del Chaco Bareiro [1][2][6]
276 9 February 1977 Estadio Hernando Siles, La Paz (A)  Bolivia 2–2 Copa Paz del Chaco Aifuch, Sosa [1][2][6]
277 13 February 1977 Quito (A)  Ecuador 1–2 Friendly Espínola [1][2]
278 20 February 1977 Panama City (A)  Panama 4–0 Friendly Unknown [1][2]
279 24 February 1977 Estadio El Campín, Bogotá (A)  Colombia 1–0 1978 FIFA World Cup qualification Jara 45,838 [1][2][16]
280 6 March 1977 Estadio Defensores del Chaco, Asunción (H)  Colombia 1–1 1978 FIFA World Cup qualification Jara 30,154 [1][2][16]
281 13 March 1977 Estadio Defensores del Chaco, Asunción (H)  Brazil 0–1 1978 FIFA World Cup qualification 40,490 [1][2][16]
282 20 March 1977 Maracanã Stadium, Rio de Janeiro (A)  Brazil 1–1 1978 FIFA World Cup qualification Báez 94,947 [1][2][16]
283 24 August 1977 Buenos Aires (A)  Argentina 1–2 Copa Félix Bogado Escobar [1][2][17]
284 31 August 1977 Asunción (H)  Argentina 2–0
(3–1p)
Copa Félix Bogado Tarantini (o.g.), Unknown [1][2][17]
285 17 May 1979 Maracanã Stadium, Rio de Janeiro (A)  Brazil 0–6 Friendly 70,627 [1][2]
286 10 July 1979 Estadio Hernando Siles, La Paz (A)  Bolivia 1–3 Copa Paz del Chaco Benitez [1][2][6]
287 12 July 1979 Cochabamba (A)  Bolivia 1–1 Friendly Isasi [1][2]
288 1 August 1979 Asunción (H)  Bolivia 2–0
(3–4p)
Copa Paz del Chaco Solalinde, Meza [1][2][6]
289 29 August 1979 Estadio Olímpico Atahualpa, Quito (A)  Ecuador 2–1 1979 Copa América Talavera, Solalinde 45,000 [1][2][18]
290 13 September 1979 Estadio Defensores del Chaco, Asunción (H)  Ecuador 2–0 1979 Copa América E. Morel, Osorio 25,000 [1][2][18]
291 20 September 1979 Estadio Defensores del Chaco, Asunción (H)  Uruguay 0–0 1979 Copa América 25,000 [1][2][18]
292 26 September 1979 Estadio Centenario, Montevideo (A)  Uruguay 2–2 1979 Copa América E. Morel (2) 18,000 [1][2][18]
293 10 October 1979 Lima (A)  Peru 3–2 Friendly Acosta, Espínola, E. Morel [1][2]
294 24 October 1979 Estadio Defensores del Chaco, Asunción (H)  Brazil 2–1 1979 Copa América E. Morel, Talavera 50,000 [1][2][18]
295 31 October 1979 Maracanã Stadium, Rio de Janeiro (A)  Brazil 2–2 1979 Copa América M. Morel, Romerito 80,000 [1][2][18]
296 28 November 1979 Estadio Defensores del Chaco, Asunción (H)  Chile 3–0 1979 Copa América Romerito (2), M. Morel 40,000 [1][2][18]
297 5 December 1979 Estadio Nacional, Santiago (A)  Chile 0–1 1979 Copa América 55,000 [1][2][18]
298 11 December 1979 José Amalfitani Stadium, Buenos Aires (N)  Chile 0–0 (a.e.t.) 1979 Copa América 6,000 [1][2][18]
Notes
  1. ^
    A: Match abandoned after 70 minutes when Uruguay left the field.
  2. ^
    B: Match abandoned after 43 minutes.
  3. ^
    C: Matches against Argentina during the 1976 Taça do Atlântico doubled as the 1976 Copa Félix Bogado.
  4. ^
    D: Matches against Brazil during the 1976 Taça do Atlântico doubled as the 1976 Copa Oswaldo Cruz.

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