Chelsea are one of only six Premier League clubs have increased the cost of their replica jerseys this season - but the Blues have upped their price less than the other five sides.
A Chelsea jersey cost £53 last season according to the BBC Price of Football survey. The club’s 2016-17 top costs £55 though, an increase of just £2.
By contrast, West Ham, Manchester City, Leicester, and Bournemouth have all put up their adult replica tops up by £5.
Leicester City shirts have gone from £45 last season to £50 this season, an increase of 11%.
Manchester City’s new top is now the joint most expensive in the division at £60, a 9% increase, while West Ham’s shirt has gone up by 10% from £49.99 to £55.
Middlesbrough have increased the cost of their jerseys by £3.
Every other Premier League club to have announced their 2016-17 shirt costs have frozen their shirt prices though. Hull are the only ones yet to announce.
Liverpool’s top has increased in price but only by 1p, so it has been counted as a price freeze.
Manchester United have only announced the cost of their away shirt, but it has been assumed that the home one will be the same price.
Last season’s prices were taken from the BBC Price of Football survey while this season’s prices were taken from kit launches and clubs’ online stores.
Cheaper shirts may be available through sales and other online retailers.
Premier League shirt price increases in full
Man City: £5
West Ham: £5.01