Factory workers in Thailand are paid just £1 an hour to make £115 England football shirts, a Mirror investigation reveals.
Fans have expressed outrage at the prices for the current strip and costs have risen faster than inflation.
In 2008, an adult-sized shirt cost £40 – or £56 in today’s prices.
Now the equivalent “stadium” shirts start at just under £75, while the “match” shirts similar to the ones the players wear cost £40 more.
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