England fans' trip to Brazil could cost £9,000

The famous Maracana stadium in the north of Rio de Janeiro. Credit: DPA

An England fan wanting to follow the team through Brazil 2014 could end up having to spend up to £9,000, according to some estimates.

The Sun calculates a cost of £1,110 on match tickets alone in the unlikely event of Roy Hodgson's men reaching the World Cup final.

And it factors in a total of £4,814 based on 32 nights of accommodation at around £150 per night.

It also warns of heavily-inflated food prices during the tournament including £11 on a McDonalds meal.

More: The England fan's guide to Brazil 2014


World Cup travel costs rocket

Flights to Brazil from England are increasing as Roy Hodgson's side qualified for next summer's World Cup. The official FA travel package costs fans £7,000 for the group stage.