England Euro 2024 kit prices revealed as most expensive ever

Nike has confirmed prices for England’s new Euro 2024 home and away shirts and while fans have praised the simple designs the price is set to be the highest ever for the national team’s kit.

Nike and England have set prices at a staggering £85 for adults and £65 for children on the official England store and the Nike website, meaning that even the cheapest fan versions of the shirt are £10 more than the Qatar World Cup kit of 2022.

Fans who want a replica of the shirts worn by the players themselves will have to shell out £125 for adult sizes and £120 for children’s if they want to wear the higher quality ‘Stadium’ version of the home and away shirts.

Those who want to buy the new England kits will be able to from Thursday 21 March from the England store and the Nike website.


New England Euro 2024 home shirt

The new England Euro 2024 home shirt is the standard white kit with some nice design touches. The collar is a navy blue and it has navy stripes down the sides. The sleeves have red and blue cuffs and the shirts boast the St George’s cross on the back.

The shirt also features the single star above the badge but the white star does blend in to the kit when viewed from afar.

Simple and attractive, the shirts are more traditional than the Euro 1996-inspired white and light blue shirts worn at the Qatar World Cup. The new Euro 2024 shirts will be worn during the tournament in Germany where England face Serbia, Denmark and Slovenia in June.

New England Euro 2024 away shirt

The new England away shirt may be controversial as it ditches the nation’s famous red away shirt design worn in the 1966 World Cup final.

Instead it is a purple colour with a colourful pattern design down each side. It is a major departure from the norm for England and is being classed as a blend between the traditional red and often-worn blue away shirts worn by the Three Lions in the past.

You can order the England shirts here.

Stephen Hurrell
Stephen Hurrellhttps://subbuteo.online
Stephen is the founder and editor of The Hobby Online and The Hobby by Subbuteo.Online print magazine. He is a giant nerd and specialises in Subbuteo, retro football kits and consumer stories. A journalist and editor of 15 years, he has written about football for some of the UK's biggest publications.

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