1970s Football Shirt Shop
English Clubs
  • Sheffield United moved between the top two divisions no less than seven times, their longest spell at the top being between 1961 and 1968. For the 1967-68 season, the team wore white shorts for the first time. This shirt is long sleeved and made from... More..
  • This Blue away shirt was used through the 1970s. One of the innovations that Brian Clough brought about was a simplification of what was now considered a very old fashioned club crest. The new version dispensed with the shield and complicated monogra... More..
  • In 1974 Dave Sexton joined as manager and, in 1975–76 led QPR to the runners-up spot in the First Division, missing out on the Championship by a single point with a squad containing seven England internationals and internationals from the home ... More..
  • Sheffield Wednesday Classic blue and white stripes from the 1970's of Sheffield Wednesday's history book. This shirt is long sleeved and made from 100% knitted cotton. NB: The badge/embroidery may appear on an alternative stripe than pictur... More..
  • Derby County yellow Away shirt worn throughout the 70's. Kevin Hector pictured in 1974 playing against QPR. This shirt is long sleeved and made from 100% knitted cotton.... More..
  • Queens Park Rangers Wembley 1967 League Cup. This shirt is long sleeved and is made from 100% cotton... More..
  • During the 1970s Swindon changed the badge to what became known as the "ST arrow" or "traffic sign" badge. This was circular badge and had the letters 'S' and 'T' interlocked, with both ends of the letter '... More..
  • Exeter City shirt worn in the early 1970s. This shirt has a centre red stripe, is long sleeved and made from 100% cotton. NB: The badge/embroidery may appear on an alternative stripe than pictured, depending on the size of the shirt.... More..
  • Wolves 1962-72 Derek 'Doog' Dougan joined Wolves for £50 000 in March 1967 from Leicester City. He played 320 games for them scoring over 120 goals, a true Wolves legend. R.I.P This shirt is long sleeved and made from knitted cotton.... More..
  • This shirt was worn between 1966 - 1972, Adidas did not take over the production of the shirts until 1977. This shirt is long sleeved and made from 100% cotton.... More..


Growing up in the 70's you were forced to pick a football team very early on and schooldays were made up of ribbing your mates if your team beat theirs so you always picked the top teams and not necessarily the local team (Leyton Orient weren't noted for their first division presence) to avoid the abuse if your team lost.

It's with regard to these memories that I'm exceptionally pleased to tell you that we've teamed up with the UK's leading online retro football shirt merchant to bring you all the old retro football shirts our heroes used to wear whilst we watched them on the terraces or on "The Big Match" .