Things didn't work out that way, of course. Spain suffered crushing losses against teams from both the Netherlands and Chile in the first two matches of the group stage. The defeats made it impossible for Spain to make a comeback, which meant that the defending World Cup champions were eliminated from the tournament before the group stage was even finished.

Luckily, Spain has another chance to shine brightly. Qualifiers for the 2016 European Championship are now underway, and despite the crushing World Cup disappointment, Spain will nonetheless contend for its third consecutive Euro title. You can support the Spanish team through these qualifying rounds by stopping by the Soccer Box online store and picking up a Spain home shirt 2014 2015!

Spain Soccer Kit

The 2014 Spain Soccer Jersey

The Spain soccer kit 2014 was the jersey that the Spanish football team wore at this summer's ill-fated World Cup. It's a beautifully traditional home jersey made by Adidas, with a dark red color that is 100% Spain.

Best of all, the Spain home shirt 2014 2015 is available at Soccer Box right now for a 25% off discount price, while supplies last. Don't miss this opportunity to get your hands on high-quality Spanish football gear, at a discount price, in time to support the team for Euro 2016 qualifiers!

Spanish Squad Changes

A lot has already changed for the Spanish national football team since this summer's World Cup disappointment. The World Cup elimination was touted by many as the end of Spain's football golden age, and that's not just because it was a disappointing loss for a frontrunner team.

On the contrary, the Spain home shirt will likely always be tied to the "end of the Spanish football golden age" because so many of Spain's star players decided to retire from international play in the wake of the tournament. David Villa, Xabi Alonso, and Xavi Hernandez are just a few of the Spanish team stars that decided to retire in the wake of the World Cup.

Macedonia Match

However, even without Villa, Spain's all-time leading goal scorer, and without the comforting presences of Xavi or Xabi, the Spanish national side put on a redemptive performance in their first match of the 2016 Euro qualifiers.

The match brought the wearers of the Spain soccer kit 2014 up against the national team from Macedonia. By all accounts, it was an easy match-up for Spain. Macedonia has never qualified for a World Cup or European Championship tournament.

Still, even if the match was an easy win for Spain, fans of the Spanish national squad undoubtedly liked seeing their team in a dominant position once again. The match ultimately ended 5-1 in favor of Spain, thrilling home football audiences in Valencia, Spain.


The goals in the Macedonia match were evenly spread out across multiple different players, suggesting that this new version of that Spanish national football side will not be relying much on star players but on pure teamwork.

Defender Sergio Ramos started off Spain's streak of goals with a penalty shot at the 16-minute mark. 21-year-old striker Paco Alcacer added a second goal just a minute later, his first ever on the international stage (and in only his second appearance with the Spain national team). Another goal from defensive midfielder Sergio Busquets, right before halftime helped cancel out a goal from Macedonian winger, Agim Imbraimi, putting Spain up 3-1 at the half.

Two more goals in the second half the first by attacking midfielder David Silva, the second by forward/winger Pedro put Spain up 5-1 for the win.

Do you think that Spain can continue to play in this dominant style throughout the Euro 2016 qualifiers? If so, grab a Spain soccer kit from Soccer Box.