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Fußball-TrikotThe trophy, which was presented for the first time at the 1974 World Cup, is made of solid 18-carat gold, is 36.8 centimeters high and weighs 6,175 grams. The SV, which was strengthened by expensive purchases such as Herbert Laumen from champions Borussia Mönchengladbach and Werner Weist and Willi Neuberger from Dortmund, was disappointing Werder Bremen, who played this season with red and white striped jerseys and white pants in Bremen's city colors and earned the nickname Million Eleven: In the end they finished eleventh. However, Portugal could no longer withstand the intense attacking efforts of the French and conceded an equalizer in the 114th minute before Michel Platini sealed the 2-3 defeat a minute before the end of extra time. After he suffered a complicated knee injury in his first professional game, which no longer allowed him to endure any further strain at this level, he was from then on forced to offer himself to lower-class clubs. The sensation of the draw was the meeting of the two German teams in Group I. When FIFA President Sir Stanley Rous announced the draw, there was a few moments of silence in the hall, which was followed by prolonged applause. For the draw, the qualified teams were divided into four pots.

Fußball The referees then showed four more red cards during the tournament. After the red card had already been included in the rules at the 1970 World Cup, but was not used, the first red card at a World Cup was on the 14th. June 1974 in the preliminary round game BR Germany – Chile against the Chilean Caszely after a revenge foul on Berti Vogts by the Turkish referee Doğan Babacan. The total number of games increased from 32 to 38, which made it easier to justify the investments in new and renovated stadiums, especially since, in contrast to the 1970 World Cup, there were nine instead of five venues. The opening ceremony of the 10th World Cup took place on June 13, 1974 before the opening game between world champions Brazil and Yugoslavia. Since both the Federal Republic came second in their groups after the defeat against the GDR and Brazil due to the worse goal difference compared to Yugoslavia, they did not meet in the second round.

Fußballtrikots 2023A special feature was that only 15 of the 16 participants were known at the time of the draw, as a playoff between Spain and Yugoslavia, which ultimately qualified, was required in qualifying group 7, which did not take place until February 13, 1974. While the winners of the remaining qualifying groups qualified directly for the World Cup, the Soviet Union, as first in European Group 9, had to play in two play-off games for participation in the World Cup finals against Chile, the winner of South American Group 3. In addition to the Bundesliga shirts from past decades, the German national jersey with a lace-up collar that Fritz Walter and comrades wore during the "Miracle of Bern" in 1954 is also created in the home workshop. The DFB team came second in Group B; The GDR, as group winners, was the first German team to meet the Brazilians in Group A at a World Cup. In the final tournament held in Italy, which was carried out entirely using the knockout system, the German team reached the semi-finals.

personalisiertes Fußballtrikot The players only grew into a team as the tournament progressed. The club's first name was "Look-Out", but was quickly renamed "Prinses Juliana Veendam". The first international match after the war on June 27, 1920 in Zurich against Switzerland was lost 4-1. The application deadline for participation in the qualification for the 1974 World Cup ended on June 30, 1971. The draw for the qualifying groups took place on July 17, 1971 in Düsseldorf. The draw for the World Cup finals took place on January 5, 1974 in the large broadcasting hall of the Hessischer Rundfunk in Frankfurt. Frankfurt am Main, the headquarters of the German Football Association, was chosen to open the tournament. SV Mörlenbach won the championship decider against FV Progres Frankfurt 4:3 on penalties, 2:2 after extra time. The five games saw 259,500 spectators, an average of 51,900. The Olympic Stadium was only a third full for Haiti's two games against Argentina and Poland. By far the most successful goalscorer in the tournament was the Dutchman Marco van Basten with five goals. After Uwe Seeler and Pelé symbolically exchanged the old and new World Cup in the center circle, Hermann Neuberger, the head of the organizing committee, welcomed the guests from all over the world.