Ever since the mid-1990s, arguably no football club in Europe has been more dependable than Arsenal. Sure, they might not have nabbed the largest number of division titles in that time. However, during every season since 1995 1996, they've finished in the Premier League top five. Needless to say, that consistency has brought about a lot of fans for the Gunners. At Soccer Box, we love to serve those fans with great items from our Arsenal shop.

The Arsenal FC shop on the Soccer Box website is stocked with tons of gear for the most consistent team in football. From the simple red and white Arsenal home shirt 2014 2015, to goalkeeper jerseys, soccer socks, and football shorts, you can find all of your Gunner gear at the Soccer Box online shop.

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The 2014 2015 Season

Arsenal might be the most consistent club in the English Premier League, but this year, they've looked a bit less sharp than usual. After starting out at the apex of the standings table (thanks to a 2-1 home win against Crystal Palace), the club slipped down the table and out of the top five.

Indeed, ever since a pair of losses in early November (an away loss against Swansea City, and an at-home defeat from Manchester United), the Gunners have been sitting in sixth place. And while they have been playing well enough in that span, they had also been unable to break back into the upper five slots.

Still, fans have had plenty of reasons to visit Soccer Box's Arsenal shop and celebrate the team's success. Since those two November losses, the club has played seven matches, winning five of them, and only picking up one draw and one loss apiece.

Some of the wins have been notable ones, too. On December 3rd, players donned the Arsenal home shirt 2014 2015 to take on Southampton-a team that has been sitting in fourth place for most of the season. The Gunners ended up winning that game, edging out Southampton 1-0 thanks to a goal from Alexis Sanchez.

A loss the following week, against Stoke City, slowed Arsenal's charge toward the top five. However, a tremendous at-home victory over Newcastle United helped matters greatly. The fixture ended with a full time score of 4-1, and featured two goals apiece for striker Olivier Giroud and winger Santi Cazorla.

A Key Victory

After that big win, it looked like Arsenal was heating up, but a 2-2 away draw with Liverpool again kept them from moving up the table. Since then, they've won two matches in a row, including a fixture against West Ham United. Since West Ham was sitting in the fifth place position prior to that game, the victory gave the Gunners the six-point swing they needed to make a leap in the standings.

Needless to say, the victory in that key match brought some new fans into the Arsenal shop looking for gear. It wasn't a huge win, numbers-wise. Arsenal won 2-1, off the strength of first-half goals from Santi Cazorla and Danny Welbeck, but the victory wasn't quite as triumphant as the 4-1 Newcastle match.

Still, the game was notable for a number of reasons. For one thing, it was an away match, which meant that Arsenal had to go without the raucous Emirates Stadium crowds that have fueled most of their best outcomes in the 2014 2015 Premier League. For another, West Ham has had a dynamite season, winning games against the likes of Manchester City and Liverpool.

A loss on Boxing Day against Chelsea left West Ham's fifth place slot vulnerable, and Arsenal took the opportunity to attack. The triumph brings the Gunners back into the upper echelon of the division for the first time since week 10.

Best of all, the win wraps up 2014 play for the team, meaning that they'll have great momentum on their side to start 2015. They will play two matches in the first few days of 2015: a New Year's Day rematch with Southampton, and a January 4th showdown with Hull City. The first game is an away match, while the second will see footballers wearing the Arsenal home shirt 2014 2015 for the first time in 2015.

Stop by Soccer Box's Arsenal shop today, and root for this great football club by picking up a new home shirt or away shirt.