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Fans fume at price of new England shirts with it compared to Prem and EFL clubs

Fans have took to fume at the price of the new England home and away shirts after with it compared to Prem and EFL clubs.

The Three Lions have dropped their latest jerseys for the upcoming World Cup in Qatar – but fans have again been stung on the price tag.

Gareth Southgate’s side are set to get their campaign underway, starting with Iran on Monday the 21st of November, then playing USA and Wales over the following eight days.

Official sponsors Nike have released two new kits for the men’s squad to wear as they bid to go one better after their Euro 2020 final defeat.

While the red away strip is much more popular than the home, England’s loyal supporters will need to cough up the cash to get their hands on it with prices rising by £10 over the last three seasons. The standard adult shirt costs £74.95, while the junior top costs £59.95, and the infants £49.95.

That is an increase on the £69.95 cost of the last two seasons’ shirts, according to the Mirror, while the one prior to that was priced at £64.99. And if fans want an actual match shirt – i.e. not a replica – they’ll have to pay £114.95.

So how does this compare with the crazy kit prices in the Premier League?

Only Tottenham have a more expensive shirt, with England level with Chelsea, no consideration for fans dealing with the effects of a cost-of-living crisis.

Wales have released a kit that they will be wearing to the World Cup – Standard adult replica shirts cost £65.00 each, with juniors costing £50.00 each.

A replica France jersey costs €90.00, which works out as £78.63 at the exchange rates.

Germany’s online store is selling standard adult replica shirts for £79.00 each, while Spain’s online store is charging €89.95 for an adult top.

Most expensive replica tops in Premier League and EFL

Tottenham Hotspur: £75.00
England: £74.95
Chelsea: £74.95
Arsenal : £70.00
Fulham : £70.00
Manchester City : £70.00
Manchester United : £70.00
Liverpool : £69.95
Aston Villa: £65.00
Leeds United: £65.00
Newcastle United: £65.00
West Ham United: £65.00
Leicester City: £63.00
Everton : £60.00
Nottingham Forest: £59.50
Bournemouth : £55.00
Brighton & Hove Albion: £55.00
Crystal Palace : £55.00
Southampton : £55.00
Wolverhampton Wanderers: £55.00
Birmingham City: £55.00
Cardiff City: £55.00
Luton Town: £55.00
Norwich City: £55.00
Preston North End: £55.00
Sheffield United: £55.00
Sunderland: £55.00
Watford : £55.00
Charlton Athletic: £55.00
Portsmouth: £55.00
Bradford City: £55.00
West Bromwich Albion: £54.99

As mentioned, fans fume at the price of the new England shirts with it compared to Prem and EFL clubs…

@CZTranter95: Price for the New England kit is an absolute joke 🤣 £75? £115? Have a day off

@Foudyman: @England awesome new kit 👏 the price on the other hand is a joke!

@HanzOne: Underwhelmed by the England kit & overwhelmed with the price 😳

@Kititout1: £115 a this a joke, maybe @England can give some out to the poorest community’s because people can’t even afford to put the heating for their kids and your peddling World Cup kits at this price, this is shocking

@bethellwwfc: Possibly the worst England kit with a price range of £75-£115 😂😂😂

@JWMTFC: £75 for that hahahahaha

@JamesBottrill: I’m not overly fond of the design, it’s not bad (not particularly good either), the price of these shirts though is absolutely ludicrous. £60 for kids & £75 for adults, surely you can do it for half that and double the sales? 🤷🏻‍♂️💷

@ikeiscool1986: £75 do one 😠

@Lee8baldwin: Im sorry £60 for a kid to wear there nations shirt 🤢🤢🤢

@gazswain: 115 notes for that. It’s piss poor.

@HorsHorsfield: Not at those prices!! £60 for a kids shirt! I’m afraid completely out of touch with the times we live in and £115 for a adults!!

@StealthComic: The country’s in a cost of living crisis and you’re charging over 70 quid for a home shirt. You should be ashamed of yourselves

@BL10CBL: Alot of people worried about a cost of living crisis and you bring this for £115??? 👀

@Chairman_G: 75 quid each? Do you think that’s fair?

@53BFC53: £75 for a tie-dye monstrosity, no thanks. Can we please bin off Nike and their awful kits. 👎🏼

@AndyMullaney: Disgraceful prices for kids for worst home kit ever produced

@TommyRascalG: Anyone who buys this is a disgrace. Hopefully sales are low and they scrap it in time for the World Cup 💩

@BobbyTutton: @England Cost of living hampering millions and you want £115 for an England shirt and £60 for a child’s shirt…..are you feeling ok? Out of touch!!

@joemorgan2000: £75 for the shirt and £38 for the shorts 😂😂😂 football for the people my arse. Nice shirt though

@ftfcrob: £75 you’re taking the absolute piss there

@novicerne: Just wait 30-35 years and they’ll stick it in the “retro” section for 40 quid

@jamrobertspics: Can get on board with this design but the price point is unbelievably out of sync with the current cost of living crisis. No football shirt should cost what is effectively a full days wage for some. It’s no coincidence the retro market has boomed when it comes to tournaments.

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