How the price of the replica Hull City shirt compares to the rest of the Championship
The cost of wearing Hull City’s latest home and away jersey rose by £ 2 last season, although it remains one of the cheapest in the league.
City’s all-black strip has proven extremely popular since its reveal earlier this month, and pre-sale orders have been equally impressive since going on sale Monday morning.
This season’s strip will cost fans £ 46.99 compared to £ 44.99 last season, although only three second tier clubs are selling theirs cheaper than the Tigers.
Peterborough United, Swansea City and Millwall are the cheapest at £ 45, with Bournemouth, Cardiff, Sheffield United and West Brom the most expensive at £ 55, the league average is a few cents above £ 43.
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As for the junior kits, the Tigers take the crown by being the cheapest in the championship.
A junior Tigers shirt will cost £ 32.99, which is just over £ 1 less than Posh’s and over £ 10 less than the quartet of clubs charging the most for adult versions.
Albion, the Cherries, Blades and Baggies have all priced their junior offers at £ 45, meaning the average Championship cost for a youth kit is just over £ 34.
The only clubs that have yet to unveil their designs for the new season which takes place in just over two weeks are Fulham, Blackburn Rovers and Luton Town.
All Championship kit prices are considerably higher than the most expensive Premier League top, with Manchester City and Tottenham both charging £ 70.
On the other end of the spectrum, Wolves’ Castore number is £ 55, while City and Spurs charge £ 55 for a junior top with Norwich at £ 35 the cheapest.
If fans want to buy the premium ‘authentic’ top to match the players, you plan to pay north of £ 100 with Man City expecting fans to spit £ 110 and Spurs £ 105 and Manchester United at £ 100 , Cheapest Aston Villa at £ 90.
The home and away Umbro kits are now available to order through the Tigers website, with the pair available for fans to get their hands on the day before City takes on Preston North End in Deepdale on August 7.
Costs of adult jerseys in the championship
Bournemouth (Umbro): £ 55
Cardiff (Adidas): £ 55
Sheffield United (Adidas): £ 55
West Bromwich Albion (Puma): £ 55
Middlesbrough (Hummel): £ 50
Nottingham Forest (Macron): £ 50
Reading (Macron): £ 50
City of Bristol (Hummel): £ 50
Derby County (Umbro): £ 50
Birmingham City (Nike): £ 49.99
Preston North End (Nike): £ 49.95
Barnsley (Umbro): £ 48
Town of Huddersfield (Umbro): £ 48
Stoke City (Macron): £ 48
Blackpool (Puma): £ 48
QPR (errea): £ 47.99
Coventry (Hummel): £ 47
City of Hull (Umbro) 46.99 €
Millwall (Macron): £ 45
Swansea Town (Joma): £ 45
Peterborough United (Puma): £ 45
Costs of junior league jerseys
Bournemouth (Umbro): £ 45
Cardiff City: £ 45
Sheffield United: £ 45
West Bromwich Albion: £ 45
City of Coventry: £ 42
Middlesbrough: £ 42
Nottingham Forest: £ 40
Reading: £ 40
QPR (errea): £ 37.99
City of Birmingham: £ 37.50
Preston North End: £ 37.50
Derby County (Umbro): £ 38
Barnsley: £ 38
Town of Huddersfield: £ 38
Town of Stoke: £ 38
Millwall: £ 37
City of Bristol: £ 35
Blackpool: £ 35
Swansea Town: £ 35
Peterborough United: £ 34
City of Hull (Umbro) 32.99 €