For good reason, most of the attention of the soccer fan community is currently occupied amidst the anticipation for this summer's FIFA World Cup tournament in Brazil. However, just because football will still be taking the global stage doesn't mean that the national stage is taking a break. On the contrary, England's club football scene is still very much alive, and what better way of remembering that fact than by supporting the Liverpool football club one of the nation's most successful soccer clubs with a Liverpool home kit?

All of the gear you need to show your fandom for the Liverpool football club can be found on the Soccer Box online store, whether the fan you are shopping for is yourself or a child. For members of the latter group, the Liverpool youth home jersey 2014 2015 is the perfect purchase for the upcoming season. Bedeck your son or daughter in the vibrant reds of Liverpool's home kit colors, and watch how they transform from casual soccer viewers to lifelong fans in the blink of an eye!

Supporting the Storied History of the Liverpool Football Club 

When you purchase a Liverpool home kit today, you are purchasing a comfortable and aesthetically pleasing clothing item complete with the team's famed Liver Bird crest and with the logo of jersey manufacturer, Warrior. However, the kit is also a symbol that transcends clothing and material possession.

Indeed, when you head to Soccer Box and order a Liverpool youth home jersey (or any other piece of Liverpool gear, for that matter), you are making yourself part of a tradition that stretches back 121 years and encompasses an unprecedented number of triumphs.

Established in 1892, the Liverpool football club has been a stalwart of England's club football scene for as long as anyone can remember. The team's record includes 18 Premier League titles, eight League Cups, seven FA Cups, five European Cups, three UEFA Cups, and three UEFA Super Cups.

Despite the fact that there are teams in England that can claim better records in several of those events (for instance, Manchester United, one of Liverpool's most hard-fought rivals, has a record 20 titles in England's Premier League), no team in England club football history has ever been more successful across the board. Needless to say, Liverpool's near-unbreakable success in each of the aforementioned events is why many a soccer fan continues to wear the Liverpool home kit with utmost pride to this day.

The Golden Era of the 1970s and 1980s 

A lot of good will still exists toward the Liverpool football club, which is why the Liverpool youth home jersey is expected to be a big seller at Soccer Box for the upcoming season. However, while Liverpool will always have a legacy for being one of the most successful teams in the history of the sport of soccer, the team is not currently at the peak of its powers.

That fact has more to do with the peerless line-up that led Liverpool to many of its biggest victories in the 1970s and 1980s. Managers Bill Shankly and Bob Paisley helped to rebuild the team after a relatively dry patch in its history, driving it toward 11 of its league titles and seven assorted trophies from throughout the European soccer circuit.

The Worst of Times

The golden age promoted by Shankly and Paisley didn't last forever in Liverpool. In 1985, an incident called the Heysel Stadium disaster brought shame to the Liverpool soccer club, its supporters, and English clubs as a whole. During a game against Jevuntus, rioting Liverpool fans caused a concrete retaining wall to collapse, crushing and killing 39 fans of the competing team. The UEFA responded by banning Liverpool and other English soccer clubs from all European competitions for a period of five years.

Now, however, things have improved. The 2000s brought Liverpool renewed success in both UEFA competitions and in England's Premier League. For the 2014 2015 season, fans are already wearing the Liverpool home kit in hopes that a bit of the magic from the 1970s and 1980s will return. Only time will tell if such a renaissance is possible, but by heading to Soccer Box and purchasing gear, you can show your support for the team.