Thursday saw the new Newcastle United home kit go on sale for pre-order.

Newcastle fans shocked at the prices, an adult shirt costing £65, shorts £32 and socks £15, making it £112 for the full kit.

These were the prices at both the official NUFC club shop and Mike Ashley’s Sports Direct, Ashley charging Liverpool fans £15 less for their new home shirt, whilst the likes of Arsenal, Chelsea, Barcelona and other clubs’ fans paying £10 less than Newcastle supporters for their new shirts.

Ironically, an online charity auction is running at the moment, where official Newcastle United kit worn by players on matchdays last season is currently going for LESS than the price of the new replica kit.

There is also player worn training shirts and shorts going for even lower prices.

At the moment these are some of the winning bids in the charity auction:

£20 – Kenedy worn away shorts

£60 – DeAndre Yedlin worn home shirt

£10 – Ciaran Clark worn training shorts

£58 – Christian Atsu worn third shirt

£21 – Matt Ritchie worn training top

£20 – Jonjo Shelvey worn training shorts

£20 – Mikel Merino worn away shorts

£12.50 – Ayoze Perez worn training shorts

The player worn Newcastle United matchday and training kit have been donated by the NUFC first team squad.

All the items are being auctioned online for charity. To view and/or bid on the match worn NUFC kit go HERE.

The online charity auction includes all kinds of exclusive NUFC kit and memorabilia donated by the Newcastle United players from this past season, including shirts/training kit.

Every penny raised by this charity initiative will go to the club’s charity wing, Newcastle United Foundation, to use to help fund their work in the local community.

Every penny raised goes to help support local children and families (Registered charity no. 1124896), CLICK HERE to view this unique Newcastle United memorabilia and/or to make a bid.