This is the Chile retro football shirt from TOFFS, which was worn during the World Cup in 1974. The Chile retro shirt from TOFFS is completely red with the Chile logo on the chest. Furthermore, this Chile football shirt has short sleeves and a round neckline. The TOFFS retro shirts have a regular fit. Ideal for the real fan of Chile! 100% cotton.
At the 1974 World Cup, Chile finished third behind the GDR and West Germany. Chile drew twice against the GDR and Australia at this World Cup. The first game against West Germany was lost 1-0. Due to Chile's draw against Australia (0-0), DDR already knew before the match against West Germany that they were through to the next round. Chilean Caszely was sent off with a red card in the game against West Germany, the first red card ever in World Cup history. In the year 1972, yellow and red cards were used by referees for the first time. The first yellow card ever was given by a referee to Willem van Hanegem.