Regardless of the type of Bavarian football shirt you are looking for, you can find it at the Soccer Box online store. The red and white Bayern Munich home jersey 2014 2015 is perfect if you are planning on attending home football fixtures at Allianz Arena this year. We also carry the 2014 2015 Adidas away jersey, a black and red third jersey, and several pairs of football shorts and soccer socks.

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A Rusty Start to the New Year

The Soccer Box Bayern Munich store got an uptick in traffic once the Bavarians beat Stuttgart for a 2-0 win. The victory, after all, has reaffirmed the widely held belief that the squad will claim their third consecutive Bundesliga title this year.

Not that there was ever much doubt about that expectation. The club was nearly bulletproof throughout the autumn portion of the 2014 2015 season, winning 14 of their first 17 fixtures, drawing three, and losing zero. The wins, which came both away and at home, put the Bavarian side high above the rest of the league by the season's midway point.

However, things took a turn for the worst with the arrival of 2015. Even in spite of several friendly fixtures, Bayern Munich looked rusty with the debut Bundesliga match of the New Year-an away game against Wolfsburg. That match ultimately resulted in a shocking 1-4 upset, Bayern's first loss of the 2014 2015 season. The home field advantage, it seemed, had helped Wolfsburg considerably.

Even when they put on the Bayern Munich home jersey and took their home field at Allianz Arena, though, the Bavarians struggled to live up to their potential. At a February 3rd home game with Schalke 04, Munich picked up three yellow card penalties, one red card, and just one goal-from Arjen Robben, at the 67-minute mark. Schalke equalized minutes later, and in the end both home and away sides had to settle for a 1-1 draw.


Even though Bayern's first week back in competitive Bundesliga mode didn't go according to plan, though, the team eventually found its mojo.

In an away fixture this past weekend, against Stuttgart's Reds, the Bavarians finally looked like they were back up to their customary 2014 2015 level of play. The squad took the lead just before halftime, thanks to another goal from Arjen Robben, and brought the score to 2-0 just moments into the second half.

Goal number two, scored by 22-year-old David Alaba-his first goal of the 2014 2015 Bundesliga-ultimately sealed the win for the Bavarians. They left Stuttgart's Mercedes-Benz Arena with a 2-0 outcome-their inaugural competitive victory of 2015, and an indication that they are still the frontrunners to claim the Bundesliga trophy again this year.

The win brings Bayern's point total to 69, on the league standings table. Wolfsburg is currently in second place with 41 points, while Schalke 04 is trailing in third with 34. Last season's runner-up, Borussia Dortmund, is all the way down at 16th place, and will not factor into Munich's eventual placement.

In other words, you can shop at Soccer Box's Bayern Munich store with relative assuredness that the football club will be ending 2014 2015 somewhere in the Bundesliga top three. So long as the team doesn't fall into a losing streak, they will have no problem defending their title.

A losing streak seems highly unlikely for Munich, given the soccer squad's impressive record so far this season. The slow start to 2015 did show a bit of weakness for Bayern, but another decisive win would more or less mark those disappointing outcomes as side effects of a lengthy break from competitive play. The Bavarians will next play on Saturday, when the squad's players don the Bayern Munich home jersey 2014 2015 to take on Hamburger SV.