The cheapest and most expensive Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games merchandise

Commonwealth Merchandise
The Commonwealth Games is well and truly underway Credit: PA

The Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Megastore has opened its doors in preparation for the city's biggest sporting event.

From mugs and headbands to silk scarfs and silver jewellery the Megashop has been busy supplying visitors with a range of Commonwealth Games merchandise.

Located in Centenary Square the store is open from 10am until 8pm.

Scotland, Wales, Jersey, or Team England no matter who you support the store has endless items with Commonwealth logos on them you can take home.

There is a dedicated Team England area with merchandise from other countries like Australia, Pakistan, India and New Zealand also available.

But how much is the Commonwealth Games merchandise?

  • B2022 Adult White Core Logo T-shirt - £23

  • B2022 Adult I Heart Brum T-Shirt - £22

  • B2022 Adult Sports Collection SS Jersey - £36

  • B2022 Adult Collegiate Bull Tee - £30

  • B2022 Adult Hoodies - £50

  • Official Kukri Team England Tech Hoodie - £60

  • Team England Spray Jacket - £70

  • B2022 Keyrings and bag tags £6

  • B2022 Games Car sticker - £10

  • B2022 Games Hats - £20

  • B2022 Games Mug - £12

  • B2022 Games Towel - £35

  • B2022 Perry the Bull soft toy 15cm - £13

  • B2022 Perry the Bull soft toy 25cm - £20

  • B2022 Perry the Bull soft toy 50cm - £40

  • B2022 Perry the Bull soft toy 100cm - £120

  • B2022 50p Silver Proof Coloured Commemorative Coin, by The Royal Mint - £67.50

  • B2022 Queen's Baton Relay Poster - £100

  • B2022 Square Games Luxe Silk Scarf - £245

  • B2022 Sterling silver earrings - £250

  • B2022 Sterling silver necklaces - £250

  • B2022 Sterling silver brooch - £350

  • B2022 Sterling silver cufflinks - £350

The cheapest items you can buy are e-sport stickers, keyrings, bag tags, and pins, and the most expensive are 'premium' items such as jewellery.

Each item of jewellery is handcrafted in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter.

Birmingham 2022 merchandise can also be purchased at the two other stores in the city. They are on High Street and at New Street Station.

The Games boast the biggest sporting and para-sporting programme for the region.

With over £700 million of public funding, including nearly £600 million from central government, Birmingham 2022 is the most significant investment in a major sporting event since the London 2012 Olympics.

The sporting extravaganza was planned in just four years - the quickest ever delivered Commonwealth Games in history.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson said: "The Commonwealth Games in Birmingham will be another fantastic opportunity to showcase the best of Britain on a global stage."

"Not only will we be celebrating sporting success, we will also be strengthening the crucial ties between our 72 nations and territories – bringing businesses and governments from across the world together to encourage trade and boost economic growth that will leave a lasting legacy for years to come."

Meanwhile, Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries noted the international recognition Birmingham will receive.

"Today the eyes of the world turn to Birmingham."

"Beyond the medals won and records broken, these Games will deliver a fantastic legacy - sporting, cultural and economic - for the people of Birmingham and the West Midlands."

The Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games have begun and finish on Monday 8 August.