West Ham are charging more for their new shirt than almost any other club in the Premier League.
So far, 12 of next season’s top flight sides have released either their home or away kits for 2017/18 - and there are some huge discrepancies between the costs levied on fans.
The Wharf has been through every Premier League club’s online store to find how much each one is charging for their standard adult jerseys.
Manchesters City and United have the most expensive replica tops at an eye watering £60 each. Someone on an average salary in the city - £13.74 an hour according to latest government figures – would have to work 4 hours and 22 minutes in order to pay for a jersey.
West Ham and Newcastle have the next most expensive shirts at £55 and £54.99 respectively.
For Hammers fans on the average Newham salary – £14.25 an hour – they would have to work 3 hours and 52 minutes to afford the top.
While the most expensive jerseys can be found in Manchester, a 30 mile trip up the M66 takes you to where the cheapest shirts in the Premier League can be found.
Burnley’s new home kit can be purchased for just £40, a whole £20 cheaper than the City and United equivalents.
Crystal Palace and Stoke are also charging much less than some of their top flight counterparts at £44.99 and £45 respectively.
The Palace shirt also comes with the bonus of not having a shirt sponsor so you don’t have to turn yourself into a walking billboard for a betting company whenever you wear it.
Premier League new boys Brighton are selling their shirt for £48, while Everton, Leicester, Liverpool and West Brom are charging £50.
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Premier League of shirts
Club: Home shirt price
- Manchester City: £60
- Manchester United: £60*
- West Ham: £55*
- Newcastle United: £54.99
- Everton: £50
- Leicester: £50
- Liverpool: £50
- West Brom: £50
- Brighton: £48
- Stoke: £45
- Crystal Palace: £44.99
- Burnley: £40
* only the away kit has been released
Clubs yet to release their 2017/18 kits
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