Monthly Archives: July 2014
- July 03, 2014
The Aston Villa football club may not be at the forefront of the English Premier League nowadays, but as one of the oldest teams in all of English soccer, the club certainly deserves respect. Aston Villa was founded in March of 1874 and celebrated its 140th anniversary this past spring. With that in mind, Soccer Box has of course added the brand new Aston Villa football shirt to our online store.
Indeed, fans of the claret and blue can now find Aston Villa merchandise available for purchase at Soccer Box, including the Aston Villa home jersey 2014 2015 that the team's players will wear in the upcoming season. The jersey is designed by Macron and bears a claret body with classic pinstripes, as well as blue sleeves. The shirt also boasts the beloved Aston Villa logo, a symbol that looks almost like a coat of arms with a lion design and the word "Prepared" inscribed upon it.
A Difficult Season
- July 02, 2014
The 2014 FIFA World Cup has been wall-to-wall football action, not a quiet or boring game in sight. Now that the knockout
stage has ended the already intense competition will heat up even further. When the France home kit 2014 meets the Germany soccer jerseys on Friday for their quarterfinal clash, fireworks and explosive on the pitch action can be expected.
With over a week left until the final it is clear to say that the 2014 FIFA World Cup has certainly lived up to expectations. Brazil was expected to put on a show, and the crowds and football action have been unmissable so far. You still have time to get involved and order 2014 World Cup jerseys and kits online at Soccer Box. Order a Germany
- July 02, 2014
The USA 2014 World Cup home shirt has become the signature of a strong football team. Soccer Box still has stock of this fantastic Nike football shirt that will be used for friendly and international matches in the run-up to the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup. Order your shirt today and show support for one of the up and coming team's that may prove to make a real title challenge in the 2018 World Cup event.
Football or soccer as it is known in the USA, is a growing phenomenon in America, quickly overtaking other sports for participation and as a spectator sport. As Major League Soccer (MLS) has become ingrained into the minds of American sports fanatics so has the determination for world domination, and the FIFA World Cup title.
Group G Action
- July 01, 2014
The 2014 FIFA World Cup has been one of the most eagerly anticipated and exciting tournaments for many years. 5 African
nations qualified for the finals in Brazil; Algeria, Nigeria, Cameroon, Ivory Coast and Ghana. For the 1st time 2 African teams made it out of the group stages, certainly putting on great performances of soccer skill and entertainment. The Algeria football jerseys, and Nigeria soccer shirts were the latest casualties of the knockout stage, but neither side went easily.
Puma is well known for making the soccer kits used in the African Nations football tournaments. As a result Puma has manufactured all of the African team 2014 World Cup kits, except for the Nigeria football
- July 01, 2014
Liverpool football club suffered one of the harsher disappointments in recent soccer history this year, coming so close to winning the English Premier League only to fall just short of the title in the final weeks of competition. For fans and players alike, the loss was a bitter pill to swallow, leaving Liverpool in the runner up slot for the third time since the founding of the Premier League in the early 1990s. Despite the disappointment though, the Liverpool team is looking forward, and that much is evident from the Liverpool home kit.
Indeed, the Liverpool home shirt 2014 2015 (which you can purchase on Soccer Box right now!) is a symbol that reflects the team's willingness to carry on regardless of even the most heartbreaking defeats. The new shirt retains many of the trademarks of older shirts Warrior is still the manufacturer, for instance, and the primary color of the jersey is still red in such a way that keeps a respectful hold upon team tradition.