The worst food at football grounds after Man Utd's lunch goes viral

Football stadium food

Jake Humphrey is not impressed by the lunch offering at Manchester United.

The BT Sport presenter shared a photo of the food provided as he hosted coverage of United’s game against Southampton on Sunday.

Humphrey’s scrambled egg and mashed potato was compared to prison food, it looked that bad.

“Are you…are you, in prison?!,” read one response.

Another fan wrote: “That’s a crime against humanity, eggs and potatoes.”

Worst food at football grounds

It got us thinking about what else is on offer around football grounds and using the delightful Twitter account Footy Scran, we’ve dug up some more culinary disasters.

Hot dog at Chelsea 

Nearly £6 for a hot dog where the sausage doesn’t even fill the entire bun?

Cheesy chips at Weymouth

Less cheesy chips, more simply cheese on chips.

Hot dog at Lancaster City

How much for a cooked one?

Cheese and ham panini at Man United

‘Ole’s at the grill’

Balti pie at Sheffield United

Sheffield United cook their pies using a flamethrower, apparently.

Cheeseburger at Luton Town

Just a little bit overcooked.

Hot dog at West Ham

You’ll be sold a dream if you get a hot dog at the London Stadium.

Double cheeseburger and chips at Arsenal

The food actually looks good. But £18?! 

Hot dog at Bradford City

That’s one sad looking sausage.

Cheesy chips at Birmingham

At least Weymouth bothered to grate the cheese.

Sausage roll at Airdrieonians FC

The worst thing is that he took a bite out of it.

The Footy Scran Twitter account

Tom Sibley is responsible for tracking ‘Footy Scran’ on Twitter and Instagram, with the Twitter account boasting more than 200,000 followers.

There’s clearly an interest in the type of football on offer at football grounds – good or bad – and the success of the account has shocked Sibley.

“Seeing how well this account has done and how quickly it has grown has been a complete shock to me, especially with how badly it went the first time,” he told GOAL.

“My initial thoughts would be that eventually the content will die down, but we’re still receiving so many messages per day that it’s flying.

“At times, it can get quite overwhelming, especially when I open up the app on my phone to see messages and tweets from people like AJ Tracey and Roman Kemp.”

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