The World Cup is finally kicking off today and the average England fan is expected to fork out £365 during the month-long footie-fest, according to Continental tyres.
The tyres manufacturer, which is an official sponsor of the event, commissioned a study which also claims supporters will drink 48 pints of beer and tune in to every minute of at least 16 games – including all England’s.
The survey even pinpoints where they will be watching the matches – that’s nine in the pub and seven at home.
On average, they will shell out £29 on food and drink while watching each game on TV in their local bar, while fans heading back from the pub will spend around £37 on takeaways.
And a further £67 will be spluged on alcohol, food and snacks to be consumed by supporters enjoying the games at home.
Tim Bailey, of Continental Tyres, said: “There’s so much expectation on the shoulders of our players.
“But they have a whole army of loyal supporters wishing them all the luck and cheering them on with mates either at home, at work or in the pub.”
Denna Bowman, Head office