The Juventus home jersey 2014 2015, of course, is our current top seller for the club, featuring a classic black and white striped design. The innovative blue away jersey is also popular right now, as is the lime green third shirt and the reddish-orange training kit. Take a look through the store online and see what catches your eye!

The Coppa Italia 2014 2015

You'll want to have a jersey or two from our Juventus store ready for when the football squad makes a big play for the Coppa Italia 2014 2015 title. Although the Zebras have won the Italian Serie A trophy three seasons in a row, they haven't won the Coppa Italia since 1995. A runner-up position in 2012 was obviously close, but for the most part, Italy's greatest modern football club has been stopped by one factor or another at recent tournaments.

Last year, for instance, Juventus lost to AS Roma in the quarterfinals. (They went on to beat Roma handily for the Serie A title.) Two years ago, they were expelled from the tournament thanks to a semifinal defeat from Lazio. And three years ago was the runner-up season, when the squad lost 0-2 to Napoli in the final.

Hellas Verona

Could 2014 2015 be when the Zebras finally break the cycle? Based on their round of 16 fixture against Hellas Verona, the answer to that question is a definite, unequivocal "Yes." Wearing the Juventus home jersey and playing in front of a crowd full of appreciative fans, the soccer squad made the Mastiffs look almost amateurish on Thursday.

Indeed, Juventus was on the board just six minutes into the home game, thanks to a goal from forward Sebastian Giovinco. His teammate Roberto Pereya (a midfielder on loan from Udinese) followed suit just 15 minutes later, and Giovinco himself returned to the net just before halftime to make the score 3-0. Suffice to say that, halfway through the match, new fans were already heading to Soccer Box's Juventus store to jump aboard the club's bandwagon.

The momentum didn't diminish in the second half, either. Midfielder Paul Pogba deepened his club's lead at the 53-minute mark, scoring the first goal of the second half. And while the Mastiffs finally got on the board after that (thanks to a 57-minute score from Nene), it wasn't enough to put the Zebras off their game.

Indeed, just six minutes later, Spanish forward Alvaro Morata did the Juventus home jersey 2014 2015 with a right-on-target penalty goal. And 18-year-old Kingsley Comen engineered some pride of his own, scoring the final point of the game-and his first competitive goal ever with Juventus-to end the soccer fixture.

The Next Steps

At full-time, the score was 6-1 in favor of the Juventus home squad. That big victory will earn the Zebras the right to progress to the Coppa Italia 2014 2015 quarterfinals. There, they will do battle with Parma-a club they defeated with a score of 7-0 back in a November Serie A match. Unless something very strange happens, it looks like the Juventus football team has a very clear path to the Italian Cup semifinals.

Root for the squad today by visiting Soccer Box's Juventus store and checking out our stock. Whether you are looking for a 2014 2015 home jersey or a football training kit, you can find it here.