The 1960's were proven to be a very interesting decade for soccer in Scotland. Some claim this decade as the most underachieved decade in the national team's history, while others claim Scotland as unofficial "World Champions".
Scotland defeated rival, England, in 1967 by a score of 3-2 and claimed this as a "World Championship" due to the fact that England had won the most previous World Cup in 1966. Scotland had the ability to call up world class players from many different English clubs but could never put it all together during this decade which is why it was called the "decade of underachievement."
This one of a kind soccer shirt features the vintage Scotland crest that is known for the red lion and yellow border.
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