First crest of the Chilean Selection of Football in 1910 for its first official party before the Argentine Selection in Buenos Aires.
Crest of the Selection for the first South American Championship realized in Argentina in 1916. (Today Copa América)
Crest of the Selection for its participation in the football tournament inside Olympic Games of Amsterdam 1928. They were known in their time like "The Condors"
He returned the crest of the Selection of 1941, this time for his participation in the South American Championship played in Chile in 1945. In this cup, the selection left third place South American.
With the traditional crest, Chile faced the FIFA World Cup Brazil 1950, being eliminated in Group Stage
With the traditional shield of golden edge, the Selection was local and faced the FIFA World Cup realized in its earth in 1962, arriving at the historical third place. He also faced the 1966 World Cup in England.
It also includes a black tape, in memory not only of the President of the Organizing Committee of the 1962 World Cup Carlos Dittborn Pinto, but also of those who died in the great earthquake of Valdivia in 1960 that reached 9,5 ° Richter, until now the largest worldwide.
This crest faced the FIFA World Cups of Federal Germany 1974 and Spain 1982.
With this crest, the Chilean National Team faced the second half of the qualifiers of the FIFA World Cup of France 1998, of which they were able to accede after 16 years.
Crest of the National Team, used for the FIFA World Cup France 1998 and Copa America Paraguay 1999.
Crest used to qualify for the FIFA World Cups Korea-Japan 2002, Germany 2006 and South Africa 2010. Also for Copa América de Colombia 2001, Peru 2004 and Venezuela 2007.
With this shield they reached the historic Third Place in the Football Tournament within the Olympic Games of Sydney 2000, and also acceded to South Africa 2010 after 12 years, reaching 8th of finals.
Crest used since the Copa America Argentina 2011. With this crest the Chilean Team faced the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil and won the titles of the Copa América of Chile 2015 and the United States Centennial 2016.