Paris Saint Germain fans were understandably a bit worried back on January 10th when the football team lost their first Ligue 1 match of 2015 against Bastia. After a solid if unspectacular run in the fall of 2014, PSG was trailing behind the leading clubs in the division. If the squad was going to make good on PSG Home Shirt 2014 - 2015the promise of the 2013 and 2014 first place league finishes, they were going to need to start winning games more consistently than they did in the autumn. Unfortunately, the Bastia fixture showed the Parisians going in the opposite direction. The loss left fans in the PSG soccer jersey wondering if their club's recent golden age was at an end.

Luckily for those fans, the away loss against Bastia was the exception for PSG's January rather than the rule. Indeed, the Parisians played the rest of the month like a team on a mission, winning six fixtures between Ligue 1, the Coupe de France, and the Coupe de la Ligue. Celebrate the squad's streak of success today, with a brand new Paris Saint Germain home shirt 2014 2015 from Soccer Box. In addition to the blue home jersey, we also have the white 2014 2015 away shirt and the fire-red Nike third shirt.


Celebrate the Parisian victory over Rennes-and their sixth and last win of January 2015-with a new PSG soccer jersey! The club has shown new levels of promise this month, and its entirely possible that come May, we could be looking back on January as the month that started Paris Saint Germain's climb to a third consecutive French championship.

The victory over Rennes wasn't a huge one-the game ended with a score of 1-0-but it was still enough of a win to keep PSG tied with Olympique Marseille for second place in the division. The squad donned the Paris Saint Germain home shirt 2014 2015 for the third time this month, and gave home football fans a three-for-three victory for 2015 so far.

The definitive moment of the fixture came at the 29-minute mark, when forward Ezequiel Lavezzi converted an assist from Javier Pastore into a 1-0 lead for the home team. It was Lavezzi's third goal of the 2014 2015 season.

After that, Paris Saint Germain were just able to play a defensive football game, which they did. Goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu managed a clean sheet, and Bastia left the field not only defeated, but shut out.

A Strong Streak

The home win against Bastia wasn't terribly notable by itself. The margin of victory was just one point, not giving Paris Saint Germain the fuel they needed to scoot past Marseille on the league standings table. (Marseille also won their weekend fixture 1-0, leaving the two teams tied at 47 points and +21 goal difference ratings.)

On the contrary, this weekend's victory was notable because it brought the wearers of the PSG soccer jersey a third consecutive win in-league, and a sixth straight victory overall. For most of the season, the Parisians have been oscillating between wins and draws, with a small handful of losses in there as well. October and November saw the team getting into a nice groove, with a nine-game winning streak between Ligue 1 and the UEFA Champions League. From the looks of it, the squad has found their groove again with this recent burst of wins.

If that's the case, then Paris Saint Germain could easily find itself at the top of 2014 2015 table in the next few weeks. The top team on the table, Olympique Lyonnais, is only one point ahead of both Marseille and PSG. And since the Parisians are playing Lyon in an away game next week, the club has the perfect opportunity to finally get back in the driver's seat.

When the Parisians played Lyon earlier in the season, the two sides drew 1-1. PSG was wearing the Paris Saint Germain home shirt 2014 2015 in that game, though, and will be in the Nike away jersey this time around. Since the football club's only two losses in Ligue 1 this season were in away games fans are certainly eager to see how their club fares in the Lyon's den!

Give the soccer squad some extra support today by picking up a brand new PSG soccer jersey! You can find the football jersey at Soccer Box, and in several different styles-including the club's home shirt and away shirt.