*Museum Piece* Rare Sergio Ahumada #9 Chile National Team Match Worn Shirt for 1973-74 Season.
Collectors piece - Historic Le Coq Sportif Model.
Colo Colo legend!!
Provenance: Former Conmebol Vice-president, Salvador Zucotti.
Sergio Ahumada ( Coquimbo , 2 February as as 1947 ), was a player Chilean who played forward.He made the minor divisions in the position of attacker in Deportes La Serena , a club he reached from the town club "La Cantera" near Coquimbo . He professionally debuted on the first round of the 1966 tournament, against Green Cross. In 1967 he went on loan to San Antonio Unido in the Second Division ( Primera B ). Back in Dep. La Serena was confirmed as titular 1968. 1 Later, along with his partner Juan Koscina , he was bought by Colo-Colo where he played from 1970 to 1973 , where he was the league champion in the years 1970 and 1972 . In addition, he was runner-up in the 1973 Copa Libertadores de América .In 1974 and 1975 he played in the Spanish Union participating in the 1975 Copa Libertadores runner-up and in obtaining the 1975 League championship . In 1976 he was hired by Everton where he was the league champion in 1976 and played until 1978 . In 1979 and 1980 he played at O'Higgins de Rancagua . In 1980 and 1981 he played at Deportes La Serena where he retired. Along with Carlos Caszely, he was a perfect duo in both Colo Colo and the national team. National team He was international with the Chilean National Soccer Team, his statistic records 49 games played in which he converted 9 goals and played in a World Cup. He was the author of Chile's only goal in the 1974 Soccer World Cup , a goal scored in the 69th minute of the 1-0 draw between Chile and the DDR .
Shirt details: Le Coq Sportif trademark. Made in France. Chile shield stitched on the shirt. Number stamped in felt / flock material. See photos for all details!!