Chile has semi-dark, slightly red skin, a golden earring and has his black hair in a ponytail. He has two purple lines drawn on his face, one on his crooked nose and one going down his chin, which could indicate that he is meant to look of native Chilean origin. He seems a bit lethargic and he has his eyebrows raised. His face looks a bit emaciated but has very large cheekbones.
Chile's Power Shot is the Snake Shot. When the Power Shot starts, he yells "Snake Shot" in a sizzling, dark voice and a giant black viper with red glowing eyes appears above Chile with its tail flowing to where Chile's head is. Then the ball gets shot from the mouth of the snake with a downward slant similar to Brazil's and Canada's. If the ball hits the opponent he will get wrapped in snakes that make him unable to move, and pull him towards his own goal, so that Chile can just focus on kicking the ball into your goal, without your frozen body in the way. When the Snake Shot is used from about mid-field, depending on if Chile jumped, the Power Shot can be very hard to block and almost impossible to counter. However, it is pretty easy to stop if you have your own Power Shot.
If you stand on the ground while using Chile's Snake Shot, you should stand on the midfield line or even a bit in front. The higher you jump, the further away you have to use it. When you use it when you jump to the maximum height, you should use it at the edge of the center circle.
His shot can be thought as an improved version of Brazil's one as it has a wider range of scoring.
Interestingly, Chile's Snake Shot has defining features making the snake look like a fer-de-lance, a snake Peruvian in origin.
This shot could have something to do with one of the Indian myths, where two snakes fought for the control of the Earth, one wanted the Earth to rise, the other one wanted the water to rise. In the end, the Earth Snake won.