Prices hike up for 2014 World Cup in Brazil

Prices hike up for World Cup
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England fans may have to pay out around £10,000 to watch the Three Lions in next year's World Cup in Brazil.

Fans are reportedly facing a bill worth thousands of pounds if they want to travel to Brazil to cheer on England in next year's World Cup.

Supporters are likely to begin their travel arrangements if the Three Lions defeat Poland in their final World Cup qualifier on Tuesday.

However, airlines have doubled the price of their return flights from Rio de Janiero to London, as have hotels in all host cities, with some fans facing a £10,000 overall payout, according to the Daily Star.

Reports have claimed that organisers calculate that supporters will need an average of £235 a day to cover everything.

England football squad member Leighton Baines speak to journalists during a press conference at the Grange Hotel near Watford, England, on October 13, 2013
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