Fans of the Liverpool team will want to stop by the Soccer Box online store for a full selection of Liverpool football shirts. The team's 2014 jerseys have been manufactured by Warrior and boast the team's familiar red, white, and gold color scheme.

A Special Memorial

The Liverpool home jersey 2014 - 2015 is a particularly special piece of soccer merchandise, as it pays tribute to the 96 fans who lost their lives in the Hillsborough disaster of 1989. In a match between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest, a stampede of riotous fans, an insufficiency of space for the massive crowd, and interior fencing caused a human crush that killed 96 people and injured 766 others.

Today, the incident is still remembered as the worst stadium disaster in English history, and as the impetus that encouraged stadiums around the nation to increase the safety and security of their grounds. In addition, since the 2014 2015 season will mark the 25th anniversary of the tragic incident, the event is being memorialized on this year's Liverpool football shirts.

On the back of the collar of the new Liverpool home jersey 2014 - 2015, fans will see a pair of embroidered "eternal flames" with the number "96" stitched between them. Every time Liverpool's players take to the pitch during the 2014 2015 season, therefore, they will be paying tribute to the people who died 25 years ago because they went to a soccer game.

Hope for Better Days at Liverpool Football Club

In addition to marking 25 years since the disastrous events of the Hillsborough stadium match with Nottingham Forest, the 2014 2015 season will also mark five years since the last time Liverpool entered a season with this much momentum and promise. After the 2008 2009 season, when the Liverpool team landed its highest ever finish in the English Premier League and claimed second place to only Manchester United, it appeared that the team had what it took to formulate an even stronger charge in 2009 2010.

Unfortunately, that wasn't the case. A poor season in 2009 2010 left the team in seventh place for the Premier League, and kept Liverpool out of the next year's Champions League entirely. The deflation of the residual momentum from the 2008 2009 season left Liverpool struggling monetarily, and a change in ownership and several years in a row of management change-ups gave the players little chance to build a consistent drive for success.

Finally, in the 2012 2013 season, the team seemed to find its groove. Brendan Rodgers took over as manager, and while his first season wasn't much better than previous years the team finished in seventh place in the Premier League once again his hard work with the team paid off for the 2013 2014 season.

For much of the year, it seemed as if Liverpool would actually claim its first Premier League title, and its first English football championship since the team's Football League First Division glory days of the 1970s and 80s. The team fell apart a bit down the season's home stretch, forfeiting its place at the top of the standings to Manchester City in the final weeks.

However, while Brendan Rodgers was disappointed enough in his team to concede the Premier League title to Manchester City during interviews with press, the 2014 2015 season is still the most promising Liverpool has seen in years. Not only will the team be back next year to fight for Premier League domination once more, but Liverpool football shirts will also be seen in Champions League matches for the first time since 2010.

So get a jump on the rest of the crowd and get your Liverpool home jersey 2014 2015 from Soccer Box today! We have everything you need to support the Liverpool soccer club.