1970s Football Shirt Shop
International Football Shirts
  • Mexico arrived to the 1978 World Cup with a very young team full of promise and very high expectations. Everyone knew the "Green Angels", as the team was known, was to make a decent or even spectacular Cup. But the failure came right from t... More..
  • DDR 1974 World Cup. THE BADGE ON THIS SHIRT IS A REGISTERED TRADEMARK ®.... More..
  • Holland 1960s Cruyff Classic Retro Shirt Cruyff Classic Holland 1960's - 1970's(home shirt with blue badge). This shirt is a lighter orange than the standard Dutch strip, this is authentic t othe period Johan Cruyff is one of only 3 players... More..
  • Brazil 1970 Pele with No10 Limited Edition Shirt. complete with 'PELE' screenprint and No10. "I was born for soccer, just as Beethoven was born for music." Arrogant, pompous words. Except when they are spoken by Edson Arantes do N... More..
  • France 1970's tracktop.... More..
  • Australia 1974 World Cup Finals Tracktop.... More..
  • Northern Ireland early 1970's shirt, as the late 1960's shirt but the badge is embroidered directly onto the shirt and not onto a Drill Cotton patch. George Best is famous at Manchester United for wearing number 7 but he more often wore 11 when playi... More..
  • The classic worn by the 1970 World Champions. Brazil beat Italy in the greatest World Cup Final ever to claim the Jules Rimet trophy outright after victories in 1958 and 1962. Edson Arantes do Nascimento (Pele) was no. 10! The number one shirt of all... More..
  • DDR 1974 World Cup. THE BADGE ON THIS SHIRT IS A REGISTERED TRADEMARK ®.... More..
  • Holland 1974 Cruyff's famous shirt with the 2 stripes. He also wore number 14, despite the fact that the Dutch squad numbers were arranged in alphabetical order, meaning he should have been no. 1! Number 14 is the only number available for this ... 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" .