Some of the most overpriced and repulsive food in football has been shared by baffled supporters on social media, with burnt snacks and tiny hotdogs causing uproar.
From a cremated panini at Manchester United's Old Trafford to a bizarre take on cheesy chips, football clubs across the country have been guilty of overcharging for miserable meals.
Although many clubs have stepped up their game in the catering department of late, others have been guilty of cutting corners or taking their eye off the ball during fixtures.
Daily Star Sport has taken a dive into some of the most complained about offerings on Twitter account FootyScran, with some of the biggest clubs in the country being laughed at online.
From United's burnt sandwich to a £7 hotdog at Manchester City with no condiments, some lower league clubs have far better snacks on offer than their Premier League counterparts.
Hotdogs at both Burton and Luton have attracted attention for the wrong reasons, with one Luton spectator being served a burger that was overdone to say the least.
A classic offering of cheesy chips has also been laughed at, with Birmingham fans debating over where the food was served.
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One fan said of United's panini: "Been on the grill since they last won the league."
With a second adding: "I expect a tweet from the ‘catering team’ soon apologising and saying they need to be better but will stick together and come back stronger next week."
A third said: "Burnt to a crisp like Man Utd’s title ambitions."
With a fourth joking: "I thought he'd found it down the back of the seat!"
City announced an overhaul to their catering options before the current Premier League season, detailing their Garden Gourmet Vegan Sensational burger and zero alcohol lager – as well as edible coffee cup.
They said: "Fans can enjoy items such as vegan chilli nachos, pizza and loaded fries, with the Garden Gourmet Vegan Sensational burger also still available.
"With all the taste and zero alcohol, Heineken Zero will also now be available throughout the Etihad Stadium.
"Alongside new food and beverage offerings, City are also introducing 100% recyclable and zero plastic beer cups and will trial an ‘edible coffee cup’ this season."
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