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2017-18 Premier League Shirt Prices - Every Team Ranked By Price

We take a look at how much Premier League clubs want for their new 2017-18 football kits, revealing interesting price differences. We can already reveal that many of the 20 Premier League clubs, including Manchester City, Man Utd, Arsenal and Liverpool, have not changed the prices of their jerseys, while some clubs significantly increased the cost of their shirts.

2017-2018 Premier League Kit Prices Mostly Unchanged

Most prices of the Premier League jerseys have not been altered (pictures via @soccerdotcom / edited by Footy Headlines).



The club whose kits made the biggest price increase is Newcastle United, newly promoted to the Premier League from the Championship. The price for a shirt has increased from £47.99 to £54.99, a £7 rise. Watford, who changed from Dryworld to Adidas, and Bournemouth, who changed from JD Sports to Umbro, have both increased their shirts by £5, from £45 to £40 and £40 to £45 respectively.

While most Premier League giants have not touched the prices of their kit, Chelsea's new 2017-18 Nike kit is £5 more expensive than last season's Adidas kit (£55 -> £60).

The cheapest Premier League will still cost £40, while the most expensive costs £60. Below is a list of all Premier League 2017-2018 shirt prices, with Burnley's and Liverpool's shirt prices most remarkable.

20: Burnley - £40
15 (Tied): Crystal Palace - £45
15 (Tied): Bournemouth - £45
15 (Tied): Huddersfield - £45
15 (Tied): Stoke City - £45
15 (Tied): Swansea - £45
14: Brighton & Hove Albion - £48
8 (Tied): Everton - £50
8 (Tied): Leicester City - £50
8 (Tied): Liverpool - £50
8 (Tied): Southampton - £50
8 (Tied): Watford - £50
8 (Tied): West Bromwich Albion - £50
5 (Tied): Arsenal - £55
5 (Tied): Newcastle United - £55
5 Tied: West Ham United - £55)
1 (Tied): Chelsea - £60
1 (Tied): Manchester City - £60
1 (Tied): Manchester United - £60
1 (Tied): Tottenham - £60

However, Premier League shirt prices are still much lower than in other leagues, traditionally. This is amplified by the weak Pound. In example, Chelsea's kit costs 60 GBP (66 Euro), while fans from France have to pay 85 Euro for the new Nike PSG 17-18 home kit.

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