Premier League kits 2022/23: How expensive is Aston Villa’s strip compared to other PL teams?

Here’s how the Premier League kit prices compare

Following one of England’s biggest football clubs can be an expensive business, especially during a cost of living crisis.

Fans could have to fork out up to £115 to buy a replica shirt for their favourite Premier League club this season. Across all 20 Premier League clubs, an adult replica shirt comes in at an average of £63 for 2022/23, an inflation-busting 23% rise in five years.

Every Premier League club has seen shirt prices rise faster than inflation over the past five years, analysis shows.

Tottenham Hotspur has the priciest home kits this season, with its standard adult shirt costing £75, a child version priced at £60 and an ‘authentic’ replica of the shirt, as worn by players on the pitch, setting fans back a staggering £115.

The kits are produced by Nike. The prices at Spurs were very closely followed by those at Chelsea, which also has a kit produced by Nike. Its replica shirts cost £74.95 for adults, £59.95 for children and £114.95 for the ‘authentic’ adult version.

Brentford has the cheapest adult shirts in the Premier League. The club runs a two-year life cycle for its home kit to promote sustainability and its 2021-23 Umbro-produced jerseys cost £49 for adults. The club also has the joint-cheapest child replica shirts, at £40 - the same price as at Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Aston Villa’s 2022/23 home kit
Aston Villa’s 2022/23 home kit
Aston Villa’s 2022/23 home kit

What about Villa?

Villa have the eighth most expensive adult shirt in the Premier League, with the shirts costing £65 - the same as Leeds United and West Ham United.

Villa’s children’s kit costs £50. Wolves are 15th in the list, along with Southampton and Brighton, with those clubs adult shirts costing £55.


What’s been said about the prices?

A spokesman for Tottenham, which has the priciest kits in the league this season, said: “Price increases from 2021/22 are a result of the rise in general costs such as manufacturing, materials and shipping. The 2022/23 kits continue to reflect a commitment from both the club and Nike to serve fans with the most innovative and high-quality product possible.

“The club will be reducing the price of shirt printing on kids’ kit by £5. This means that the price of a kids’ shirt with a player’s name and number on the back will remain the same as last season.”

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