The BBC is reporting that the UK Office of Fair Trade’s Competition Appeal Tribunal has upheld fines against Manchester United, JJB Sports, Umbro, and Allsports for a price fixing scheme involving replica soccer kits. The tribunal reduced the fines imposed against Manchester, JJB, and Umbro, but Allsports saw their fine increase from £1.35 million ($2.5 million) to £1.42 million ($2.6 million).

The Football Association, Blacks Leisure, Sports Soccer, JD Sports, Sports Connection, and online store Sportsetail were also involved in the scheme, but they did not appeal the fines levied. All of the parties involved were accused of pushing Manchester United, Chelsea, Celtic, and Nottingham Forest soccer replica jersey prices up as high as £39.99, compared to the £25 price tag for which they are currently selling.