1970s Football Shirt Shop
International Football Shirts
  • In 1974 when Congo DR was known as Zaire between they became the first black African team to qualify for the World Cup.... More..
  • Italy 1978 World Cup. The 1978 FIFA World Cup, held in Argentina, saw a new generation of Italian players, the most famous being Paolo Rossi, coming to the international stage. Italy played very well in the first round, being the only team in the tou... More..
  • Argentina 1978.... More..
  • Czechoslovakia 1976 European Champions. This is the shirt made famous by the floating leaf penalty with which Anton Panenka beat Sepp Maier at the end of the penalty shoot out in the 1976 European Championship final held in Belgrade. The Czechs had n... More..
  • England Goalkeeper shirt Blue. As worn in the match against Brazil during the 1970 World Cup when Banks made what some say is the greatest save ever when he denied Pele.(pictured) Shirt comes pre-numbered with #1 Click here to view Umbro Size Guide T... More..
  • Peru 1978 World Cup shirt. Peru's opening match of the 1978 World Cup was against Scotland who went a a goal up after 14 minutes when Joe Jordan snapped up a chance from Quiroga’s parry. On the stroke of half-time, Cubillas passed to Cueto who ... More..
  • England 1970 World Cup Mexico Mesh fabric helped keep the lads cool in the Mexico heat. Pictured are Bobby Moore and Pele after the group match against Brasil, England lost the match and Brasil lifted the Cup, This enduring image of Pele exchanging s... More..
  • Australia 1977.... More..
  • 1974 World Cup Shirt, worn by the Italian team during the World Cup in 1974 in Germany. Poland took maximum points from a group containing two of the favourites for the tournament. They beat Argentina 3-2, trounced Haiti 7-0, then beat Italy 2-1 - a ... More..
  • Argentina World Cup Shirt. This shirt was worn in a collection of warm up matches for the 1978 World Cup that Argentina hosted and won.... 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" .