Deportivo La Coruna
- December 15, 2015
After this coming weekend, the German Bundesliga will take more than a month off before resuming regular-season play. Luckily for fans of the Spanish La Liga, though, there will be plenty of action going on in the Primera Division throughout the holiday season. Consider this post your guide to the La Liga 2015 festive fixtures, from the games you should watch to what Spain's top teams will be hoping to accomplish with the holiday spirit (hopefully) on their side.
Though far from the month-long break provided by the Bundesliga, the La Liga does take the better part of two weeks off for Christmas. As a result, you'll want to tune in this weekend to get your fill of Spanish league football action before you head off to spend time with family and friends for the holiday season.
There aren't any huge fixtures on the schedule for the first week of the festive period. Barcelona, who are still leading the
- May 07, 2015
In many ways, the Spanish La Liga is the only major football division left that is still providing excitement and unpredictability. Other leagues are all but foregone conclusions at this point. Chelsea are guaranteed victors in the English Premier League; Bayern Munich are headed toward their third straight title in the German Bundesliga (and their 25th overall); Juventus will claim the Italian Serie A; PSV Eindhoven will win the Dutch Eredivisie; even the French Ligue 1, which isn't quite decided yet, is strongly expected to
end with Paris Saint Germain on top. The 2014 2015 La Liga, though, is still ratcheting up the tension, whether you're fan in a Real Madrid shirt, an FC Barcelona kit, or a Deportivo La Coruna jersey.
Indeed, the Spanish top flight division is still
- March 11, 2015
Deportivo La Coruna may currently be avoiding relegation range on the 2014 2015 La Liga standings table, but after losing their third match in less than a month, the club will need a victory soon to avoid the danger zone. This past weekend brought a heartbreaking home loss against Sevilla, while next
weekend will see the Turks taking on Valencia. Root for the struggling football club today with a brand new Deportivo La Coruna shirt from Soccer Box!
Whether you are shopping for a blue and white striped Deportivo La Coruna home jersey 2014 2015, or a burgundy third jersey, you can find it at Soccer Box. With the weeks dwindling to the end of the season, La Coruna will need the support of their fans to guarantee a slot in Spain's premier division next year. There's no better way to show
- December 29, 2014
The 2013 2014 season was a good one for Deportivo la Coruna. The football club performed quite well in Spain's Segunda Division, finishing in second place and earning promotion to the 2014 2015
La Liga along with Eibar. But while Eibar has taken full advantage of the new opportunity, soaring into the Primera Division top 10, the wearers of the Deportivo la Coruna soccer jersey have struggled to make any sort of impression on the football league.
Now, with a break in play extending until the first weekend of the New Year, the Turks are going to need to do some regrouping and figure out a play style that will allow them to win games. You can support their efforts by stopping by Soccer Box today and picking up a new Deportivo la Coruna home shirt 2014 2015! We also have a 2014 2015 third
- November 22, 2014
As one of the three clubs promoted into the 2014 2015 La Liga from the 2013 2014 Segunda Division, Deportivo La Coruna was never a team that a lot of people were betting on. Perhaps the club would win a few matches and avoid being immediately
relegated back to the second run of Spanish football. Other than that, though, most Spanish soccer fans weren't about to put a lot of stock in the Deportivo La Coruna football kit.
To a certain extent, Deportivo-also known as "the Turks"-hasn't really proved those people wrong. The team's fixture against Real Madrid was just as big of a loss as most people predicted it would be, for instance. However, there have also been unpredictable moments throughout this soccer season that have hinted that the club may have more talent than many believe.
- September 06, 2014
Deportivo La Coruna might not be the colossal team name in Spain that Real Madrid is, but the squad will at very least be getting some extra attention this year. Deportivo La Coruna won a promotion into La Liga this season after finishing in the runner-up slot in last season's Segunda Division, and fans can celebrate that fact by purchasing a brand new Deportivo La Coruna soccer jersey from the Soccer Box online store.
Indeed, to mark Deportivo's promotion into La Liga, Soccer Box has added the Deportivo La Coruna home shirt 2014 -2015 to our product stable for the year. The shirt, made by kit manufacturer Lotto and sponsored by the Estrella Galicia beer brand, is a classic white and blue design with the colors alternating between white and blue stripes. It's a great looking shirt that will hopefully fuel Deportivo La Coruna toward a club-best performance in this year's La Liga football division.
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