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
Posted: May 18, 2014|Categories: Algeria
On Thursday, June 12, the 20th FIFA World Cup tournament will begin in Brazil. For one whole month, the event will captivate soccer fans all around the world, and whether you plan on attending a few matches in Brazil or simply observing all of the action from the comfort of your living room, chances are that you are going to want to deck yourself, and your entire family, out in World Cup football shirts that reflect your favorite team.
That's where Soccer Box enters into the picture. We have a wide selection of football gear at any time, but it really broadens during World Cup years, and that is certainly the case right now as we await next month's tournament commencement. From shirts for the heavyweights (five-time winners Brazil, or defending champions and top ranked contenders Spain) to the underdogs (the bright green of Puma's Algeria 2014 FIFA World Cup away jersey), we have official World Cup merchandise for any team you want to cheer for.
Posted: April 24, 2014|Categories: Algeria
With roots in 1962, the Algeria national soccer team may be a late starter when compared to some of the older teams, but the team undoubtedly still has a heart for competition on the world stage. Algeria has qualified for four World Cups over the years, scoring their highest position with a 13th place finish at their first competition in 1982. This year, the team is ranked by FIFA as 24 going into the World Cup, so we will have to wait until June to see where the players in the green and white Algeria football shirts land.
For the World Cup 2014, the Algeria national soccer team has been drawn into Group H, with its first competitors to be Belgium, Russia, and South Korea. Fans of Algeria are hopeful that their team will move further into the competition this year than in