The U-20 World Cup has attracted legions of scouts in the hope of securing the next star of the future.
Across South America, the barras bravas command power with football clubs. But how can the sport stem the violence?
Ultimate Frisbee can create lasting friendships, especially for those looking to integrate into a new community.
It may be hard to build an audience, but Underwater Rugby has a following in Colombia with its many skilled athletes.
If you thought rugby was messy, try Tejo. Colombia’s national sport involves heavy metal discs and lots of team spirit.
Relatively new to Colombia, ultimate frisbee is taking the nation by storm, with more than 175 teams registered.
Feeling on the ropes? Head to Suesca, just outside of Bogotá, for a chance to scale the Andes one rock at a time.
Uniting Bogotanos for decades, the city's old billiards halls are iconic and a key meeting space for residents.
For kids in Tumaco, football is often seen as one of the only ways out of the impoverished fishing town.
All but forgotten, Jack Greenwell was one of the more illustrious foreigners to lead Independiente de Santa Fe.
In Cali, expats and locals alike brave high temperatures to make England's noble game a new tradition in the salsa city.
Colombia's first sport will always be football, but North American football is gaining popularity with a handful of teams around the country.