Check out the fa website it says £114.95 for the match day shirt
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So, to summarise my understanding, nike's 'top' teams (International teams, Chelsea, Liverpool) get a better quality 'performance' shirt that players wear on match days, which they charge a lot of money for. They then sell a cheaper 'stadium' version of the shirt for fans.
We (I'm talking about Brighton and Hover Albion now, not England) are not a top tier nike team, so our players wear the same 'stadium' quality shirts as the fans.
So far, so good. But £75 for a shirt that is the same quality as the ones we sell for £55 is really steep.
Good old Daily Mail style sensationalising, the kit is only £75, unless you are made of money and for some reason want to buy a players specification shirt at £114.95.
Yes, that's correct. Don;t think we've had 'Player Spec' shirts since maybe Admiral, or prior to that Ribero and Sports Express.