Football’s Coming Home: the most wanted and most expensive football boots of all time

With football seasons across Europe slowly restarting behind closed doors, StockX, the world’s first ‘Stock Market of Things’ reveals the hottest football boots on the resale market.

It may not be the Euros summer we were dreaming of, but millions of football fans are raring to go.  Harper Beckham was snapped tying up her boots at the family’s country home earlier this week, and fans all over the country are getting back on the pitch as lockdown relaxes.

Whether you’re looking for the best all-rounder or a style classic, StockX rounds up the most popular boots on the resale market.



adidas-Cleat-BAPE-Camo – £200

BAPE and adidas joined forces to deliver an iconic model in BAPE’s instantly recognisable “1st Camo” pattern.

Nike-Mercurial-Superfly-360-Elite-FG-Triple-Black – £104

The Nike Mercurial Superfly 360 Elite FG is subtle yet effective, perfect for running on and off the pitch.

Nike-Mercurial-Vapor-360-Off-White – £280

For Nike, this silhouette was a key move in bringing high-fashion closer to their on-pitch aesthetic. The cleat is dressed in an orange micro-textured Flyknit upper with large blue and white dots designating optimal strike zones.


Part of a limited-edition capsule collection celebrating Super Bowl, this pair provides precision, pivot and release.


Worn by players such as Cristiano Ronaldo, Neymar, Kylian Mbappé and Eden Hazard, this model’s black base colour and golden details will leave your opponents watching your cleats more than the game.


This limited-edition model pays homage to Zidane’s 1998 World Cup win and looks like it should be kept in a trophy cabinet itself.



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