THE FA has been branded “disgusting” for charging parents £86 for a kids’ replica England World Cup kit.
The Three Lions today released their new Nike strips ahead of this summer’s tournament in Russia.
England’s official website has a Nike Vapor Kids’ England match home jersey at £64.95 – after originally posting it as £66.63.
Shorts are an extra £20.79, bringing the total kit cost to £85.74.
Mums and dads have slammed the FA for its “total disregard for fans”.
One supporter, Martin, wrote: “Prices for England kit sky rocketed when Nike got the contract to produce them.
“Worse designs ever. Basically £55/£65 for a t-shirt with a England badge.
“The FA have shown total disregard for the fans by allowing Nike in and with no price limit.”
Mum-of-one Louise tweeted: “Just Priced up an @England kit for Riley £85 with his Fav Player @vardy7 name on the back shocking price for a Kids Replica Kit.
“@Nike really need to sort out these prices for a basic template as it is Disgusting….How can you say No to a Football Bonkers 9 year old ⚽”