1970s Football Shirt Shop
Europe
  • DDR 1970. THE BADGE ON THIS SHIRT IS A REGISTERED TRADEMARK ®.... More..
  • Poland 1970's Away This is the shirt made famous by Lubanski, Lato, Deyna and 'the Clown' at Wembley in 1973. Before the game Deyna was asked by a journalist whether he felt fearful because Poland had never beaten England at Wembley re... More..
  • West Germany 1972 Olympic shirt.... More..
  • The one dissapointment for all fans of George was that he never did get to appear on the largest footballing stage - The World Cup. He did represent Northern Ireland from 1964 to 1978 making 37 apperances and scoring 9 goals. This shirt is long sleev... More..
  • Poland 1960's - 1970's home shirt. What did for England in 1973 wasn't the draw at Wembley to the Poles; it was the craven manner of their defeat to the Poles in Chorzow in front of 105000 fans. Bobby Moore's mistake and Alan Ball's sending off first... More..
  • DDR 1970s Tracktop. THE BADGE ON THIS SHIRT IS A REGISTERED TRADEMARK ®.... More..
  • In the second group stage of the 1974 World Cup, the Netherlands beat both Argentina and Brazil, earning their place in the final for the very first time. The Dutch went 1-0 up thanks to a penalty from Neeskens but 2 West Germany goals from Gerd M&uu... More..
  • Austria 1978 World Cup.... More..
  • Portugal 1972 away shirt, the Portugese show they had style on the pitch as well as off it with this cracking shirt from 1972.... More..
  • Eire 1975. Johnny Giles pictured... 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" .