The new campaign begins in just a few days – here’s how much every single shirt in the second tier will set you back
Championship fixtures: Day one, boxing day and final day
The average price of a Championship replica top is just under the £50 mark this season.
All 24 clubs in the division have now launched their new shirts, with recently-relegated Fulham the most expensive.
The Cottagers’ Adidas-sponsored shirt comes in at £60 on their club shop for a standard adult top. The west London club’s shirt price is comfortably ahead of the average for the division, which stands at £49.83.
The equivalent tops of Middlesbrough, Nottingham Forest, and Reading, cost £50 apiece.
Peterborough, Swansea and Millwall, meanwhile, cost the least at £45 each.
While some teams are content with traditional ways of unveiling kits, Bristol City took it to another level when they used dogs to promote the new strip.
Various breeds modelled the new attire across the club’s Ashton Gate stadium. A variety of breeds wore the new kit, including labradors, pugs and cocker spaniels – with one even getting onto the stadium roof!
Championship kit prices for 2021-22, from highest to lowest
Fulham (Adidas): £60.00
Bournemouth (Umbro): £55.00
Cardiff City (Adidas): £55.00
Sheffield United (Adidas): £55.00
West Bromwich Albion (Puma): £55.00
Derby County (Umbro): £50.00
Middlesbrough (Hummel): £50.00
Nottingham Forest (Macron): £50.00
Reading (Macron): £50.00
Bristol City (Hummel): £50.00
Birmingham City (Nike): £49.99
Preston North End (Nike): £49.95
Luton Town (Umbro): £49.00
Barnsley (Umbro): £48.00
Huddersfield Town (Umbro): £48.00
Stoke City (Macron): £48.00
Blackpool (Puma): £48.00
Blackburn (Macron): £48.00
QPR (Errea): £47.99
Coventry City (Hummel): £47.00
Hull City (Umbro): £46.99
Millwall (Macron): £45.00
Swansea City (Joma): £45.00
Peterborough United (Puma): £45.00
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