Other European Clubs Shirts, Jerseys, Shorts, Socks & Kits
We aim to offer our customers the widest selection of football shirts available online. In our Other European Clubs Shirts section you will be able to order hard to find jerseys for European football clubs from leagues such as the Turkish Super Lig, Ukrainian Premier League and Slovenian First League. So take a look around and order your jerseys, kit and accessories online to enjoy hassle free shopping and fast worldwide delivery.
- Galatasaray Kids (Boys Youth) Home Jersey 2014 - 2015Special Price £18.00 Was £44.99
- Galatasaray Kids (Boys Youth) Home Shorts 2014 - 2015Special Price £8.00 Was £19.99
- Galatasaray Kids (Boys Youth) Away Jersey 2014 - 2015Special Price £18.00 Was £44.99
- Galatasaray Kids (Boys Youth) Away Shorts 2014 - 2015Special Price £8.00 Was £19.99
- Galatasaray Kids (Boys Youth) Third Jersey 2014 - 2015Special Price £18.00 Was £44.99
Purchase Authentic Other European Clubs Shirts Today!
Football is one of, if not the most popular sport in the majority of European countries. We have all heard of the top clubs and leagues, and fans around the globe avidly follow these, but we should not forget the growing clubs and leagues particularly in areas such as Eastern Europe. We expect clubs from other European leagues to be even more influential in UEFA tournaments over the coming years, and this is a great reason to purchase a shirt and get ready to follow one of these growing teams.
About the Teams
Perhaps not to the degree of the English Premier League or Spanish La Liga, but each of the leagues in Europe has the change for its teams to play in the UEFA Champions League and Europa League tournaments. This is a vital platform these lesser known clubs to showcase their skill and talent to a wider audience.
In 1985 Romanian club Steaua Bucharest won the European Cup, and you can find a small selection of team products available here at Soccer Box. Other leagues have had more success in the Europa League competition with Turkish Super Lig club Galatasaray winning in 2000. Even more recently Ukrainian Premier League club Shakhtar Donetsk won in 2009, with league rivals Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk finishing as runner-up in 2015.