It's easy to be spoiled by all the football that is perpetually going on in England. The Premier League has brought many of the world's finest players to England for weekly play. With so many teams to cheer for and so many players to adore, it's easy to get so swept away in seasonal Premier League action that all other football events fall by the wayside. However, die-hard soccer fans should never forget that there is also a whole world of football going on internationally. At Soccer Box, we have a wide range of international football shirts available so you can lock onto a new league and choose a new team to root for outside of England!
One of our favorite international kits is the brand new AC Milan home jersey 2014 2015. AC Milan may have finished back in eighth place during the 2013 2014 season of Italy's Serie A division, but the team still houses some of the most exciting talent in all of soccer (Mario Balotelli and Nigel de Jong, to name a couple). It also has one of the best jerseys in the sport as well. The new AC Milan home kit design is bold and distinctive, a black and red-striped shirt expertly made by Adidas. If you are looking for an international team to cheer for, this jersey may well sway you toward Milan.
Other Options Available
If the AC Milan jersey is not your style though, then have no fear. Soccer Box has a wide array of international football shirts available. Whether you want to follow Italy's Serie A league, France's Ligue 1 division, or the Spanish La Liga, we have you covered.
Indeed, in addition to the AC Milan home jersey 2014 2015, we are now carrying current, 2014 2015 shirts for Bayern Munich, Atletico Madrid, Inter Milan, and more. Whether you choose your favorite teams based on favorite players, recent statistics, or even just kit colors, Soccer Box has everything you need to expand your football fandom beyond all national borders.
Picking New Teams to Follow
Now is the perfect time to sort through Soccer Box's selection of international football shirts in search of a new favorite team. If you spent any appreciable time watching the World Cup, you likely saw a lot of lesser known players on display alongside the familiar celebrities of the English Premier League, the German Bundesliga, and the Spanish La Liga. If a new player caught your eye, why not make an effort to follow their league career during this upcoming season? You could end up watching the next Cristiano Ronaldo in the making!
One such lesser-known player that you might want to follow this year is Daley Blind. He is a defensive midfielder who played a big role in the Netherlands national team's incredible run through the 2014 World Cup. Blind currently plays for Ajax, giving soccer fans around the world at least one reason to tune into the Dutch Eredivisie division this fall. Rumor has it that he may be making his way to the Premier League to work with Dutch manager Louis van Gaal at Manchester United. As of now, however, Blind is still an international entity.
Another breakout star of the 2014 World Cup was James Rodriguez. He was the 23-year-old defensive midfielder and winger who propelled Colombia through the tournament by scoring at least one goal in every one of his team's matches. By the time Colombia was eliminated from the Cup, in a quarterfinal loss to Brazil, Rodriguez had racked up six goals and two assists in five games. Naturally, his performance caught the eye of many spectators around the globe, but his move from Monaco to Real Madrid this fall will keep him in international football territory.
Whether you are looking for an AC Milan home jersey 2014 2015 or a new Real Madrid training kit, Soccer Box has the international football merchandise you need to develop new loyalties in the soccer world.