The Netherlands national football team, otherwise known as Holland, and the Dutch side, has secured qualification to this year's World Cup. Louis van Gaal is a Dutch soccer manager and took over the role of head coach to the Netherlands squad in 2012. He will see the team that wears the Netherlands soccer jersey through the World Cup in Brazil before departing his position. Cheer Holland on with your team kit from Soccer Box!

Louis van Gaal has had a successful football management career, he has managed some top clubs including, Ajax, Barcelona and Bayern Munich. Van Gaal previously had a short spell as Holland manager from 2000 - 2002, the team failed to qualify for the World Cup resulting in him stepping down. He returned purely with the intention of qualifying for Brazil 2014 and taking the team wearing the Netherlands soccer jersey to the furthest stage possible, his main ambition is to win the World Cup.

While Louis Van Gaal is deciding which players he should take to Brazil, and strategizing in preparation for the group stage matches, supporters are gearing up to cheer their team Holland as football fever hits the world. The brand new World Cup Holland soccer jersey has not yet been officially launched but it promises to be an exciting jersey. Nike is the manufacturer of the Netherlands football kits.

Nike has been the kit supplier for the Netherlands national team since 1997. In 2007, 3 years ahead of the deals expiry date, the KNVB and Nike renegotiated for a further 10-year period. Nike will remain as supplier of the Holland soccer jersey until at least 2018. If you can't wait for the new World Cup kit you can shop for the Netherlands home shirt 2012 - 2013 online at Soccer Box, this kit is on special offer while supplies last, get yours now!

The Netherlands soccer jersey is always a popular choice during any international football tournaments. The Netherlands is a top performing team, posting some tremendous results and achievements however, despite playing in 3 FIFA World Cup finals the prestigious trophy eludes them. The Holland national team has played in more finals than any other without winning; they lost against Germany in 1974, Argentina in 1978, and most recently Spain in 2010. Is 2014 their year?

For the 2014 World Cup qualifying campaign Holland was drawn into UEFA Group D, along with Romania, Hungary, Turkey, Estonia and Andorra. Throughout the 10 matches Estonia proved to be the toughest opponent for the squad wearing the Netherlands soccer jersey. They won every game, except their away clash at Estonia, this match ended in a 2-2 draw following Robin Van Persie's 94th minute penalty that secured a draw instead of a loss.

Finishing top of their group Louis Van Gaal achieved what he hadn't 10 years previously and secured qualification to the biggest event on the football calendar. 2014 isn't just the World Cup, the most prestigious soccer tournament, it is the 20th World Cup and it is being held in the vibrant, football mad country of Brasil. No team wanted to miss the spectacle that will be Brazil 2014. Now Louis Van Gaal has one last aim, guide his men to lift the trophy and add the 1st long-awaited star to the Netherlands soccer jersey.

The Netherlands soccer jersey will feature in Group B, along with the corresponding Spain, Chile and Australia football shirts. This is one of the most exciting groups to of been chosen and will be a test for Van Gaal and his squad. Spain and Holland met in the final of the 2010 World Cup that was held in South Africa. It was one of the most thrilling finals ever to be staged.

Spain won this last meeting after 30 minutes of extra time, and more yellow cards than had been awarded in any other World Cup final. The first match for the team that wears the Netherlands soccer jersey is a replay of the 2010 final. Both Holland and Spain will be desperate to win and secure the much-needed good start that instills confidence and motivation. Chile is also a formidable opponent, if Holland beat Spain they will surely progress to the next stage if not it is going to be tough to finish in one if the top 2 group spots.

Win or lose the Dutch team will be losing their manager at the end of the tournament. Louis Van Gaal has expressed his wishes to retire from football unless a decent Premier League club comes up! He is fed up of managing a national team, as he has little player interaction compared with managing at club level. He has been linked with a move to Tottenham Hotspur. However, currently he is focused on steering Holland to World Cup success in Brazil.

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