How much would you be willing to spend on the new Croatia national team jersey?
As most of you are aware, the Croatian Football Federation officially presented the new Croatia national team kit to be worn at the World Cup in Russia this year, reports Index.hr on March 22, 2018.
While many Croatia fans are excited about the new fit, we can’t say they’ll be as thrilled to find out just how much wearing one will cost.
HNS continued to cooperate with long-time partner, Nike, for their striking new World Cup wardrobe. Namely, this is already the tenth Croatian national team jersey created in cooperation with the world’s largest sports manufacturer.
The Croatia team’s home jersey represents the classic red and white checkerboard, with a slightly different design than before, while the reserve jersey boasts a combination of black and blue, which some fans found a bit unusual.
Nevertheless, while most of us are probably tempted with getting our hands on one before the upcoming tournament in Russia, one thing is for sure: they are not cheap.
Precisely, Croatia’s new official jersey will cost 649 kuna (87.39 euro), but that’s only for the replica. The super official jersey made with the same technology the players will wear in the World Cup will break your bank at 1049 kuna.
If you are keen, the Croatia jerseys can officially be purchased from March 29th, and if you are teetering on edge with the price, it may also be comforting to know that the Croatia jersey is one of the most expensive among the teams we will watch in Russia.
Thankful we are not the most expensive, Germany, however, takes the cake. While their original official jersey will cost fans 129.95 euro, the replica is offered at a ‘modest’ 89.95 euro. Italy’s brand new jersey set is even more expensive than that, costing fans 150 euro. Unfortunately, we will not see the new Azzurri shirt in Russia this year.
If you’re looking to save a pretty penny and collect national team shirts as a hobby, the jerseys of Brazil, Argentina, and Columbia are the cheapest. The cheapest official jersey out of the three is that of Brazil, and this recognizable yellow shirt will throw you back around 57.50 euro.
A somewhat surprisingly high price can also be found in South Korea’s new jerseys, too, which are also amongst the most expensive in Russia. Getting your hands on one of these babies will set you back 98 euro.
Here’s a look at how some of the national team jersey prices rank for the World Cup in Russia this summer:
Germany 129.95 euro
South Korea 98 euro
Croatia 87.39 euro
France 84.99 euro
Australia 75 euro
Mexico 75 euro
England 74 euro
Serbia 68 euro
Argentina 66.75 euro
Colombia 61 euro
Brazil 57.5 euro
Translated from Index.hr