Club Deportes Tolima S.A., commonly known as Deportes Tolima, or simply as Tolima, is a Colombian professional football club based in Ibagué, Tolima Department that currently plays in the Categoría Primera A. The club was founded on 18 December 1954. They won the Colombian top tier twice, in the 2003–II and 2018–I tournaments. They play their home games at the Manuel Murillo Toro stadium.
The Estadio Manuel Murillo Toro is a sports arena located in Ibagué, capital of the department of Tolima. It currently has a capacity of 28,100 spectators.
The stadium, whose main use is for football, is used by Colombian Categoría Primera A team Deportes Tolima for its home matches. It is known to be the place where Brazilian player Ronaldo played the last game of his professional career on February 2, 2011 with Corinthians against Deportes Tolima in the 2011 Copa Libertadores.