The Best Football Food You Can Get Around Europe

What is the best scran around Europe?

Taking into account the price and the taste, we've grouped together our favourite scrans around Europe thanks to @FootyScrans.

From German football, to non-league in England - you'll be surprised at what you get at grounds these days!

Reading: not too shabby - 6/10

Fancy a Chinese after the game? Don't worry, Reading have got you covered! You can get a Chinese selection box for just £12.99, which although pricey for just one meal at a football game, considering you get an array of foods including chicken nuggets and chips, it should go down a treat for you and your mate.

We're not sure about you, but a Chinese during a football game doesn't quite add up. Nevertheless, a 6/10 because of the price.

Avro Town: doesn't get much better - 8/10

How about chicken and halloumi wraps at Avro United? Not bad for £4.50. You won't get a much better price elsewhere and it looks the part too. 8/10.

Burton Albion: Great price, debatable taste 8/10

Barm? Cod? Butty? Sandwich? Roll? Sarnie? Whatever you call it, you can get it from Burton Albion for £2.60.

You've probably got to try it to judge it, but for £2.60, you simply cannot complain and it gets an 8/10 from us for that reason.

Hungerford Town: flying the flag for non-league - 10/10

Down in the non-league ranks, you've got to do more than just entice fans for the football and the meal deals might just make the difference. Step forward, Hungerford Town and their "4 for a score" deal where you get a match ticket, a programme, a meal, and a drink.

To put that in perspective, the average Premier League price is around £32 and you'll be lucky to get a pint on an away day for less than £5.

The food over at Hungerford Town isn't too bad either with plenty of chips and a burger with a brioche bun. Up the Town!

It's a 10/10 this one, no doubt about it. A fantastic price and a great way to entice the local community to head down to the ground.

MK Dons: no complaints from us - 8/10

A pizza for a fiver and a pint for £3.60 isn't too bad in today's world. For a League One side, it's more than decent value but it looks like special food as well. It also comes straight from Papa Johns, as they sponsor the EFL Trophy and have got around the UK grounds a lot more now.

There's also a bit of fuss with this one as apparently it isn't available for away fans with the restaurant's stall being on the opposite side of the ground!

No complaints from us though, as it looks the part and is a relatively decent price given what you get elsewhere.

Borussia Dortmund: a German home run - 10/10

If you're talking about generosity and care amongst football club owners, German clubs will be in the conversation. From the cheapest season tickets across Europe's top five leagues, to some of the best meal deals you can get; you can always rely on the Bundesliga.

Over at Borussia Dortmund, you can get pints for just 3 euros and a massive bratwurst sandwich for only 3.50. So, if you're near the Yellow Wall, treat yourself to two pints and a bratwurst for just over a tenner - it doesn't get much better.

It's a 10/10 this one. The Germans just do it better than us all when it comes to the football club-fan relationship.

West Ham: Tasty but pricey - 6/10

Mark Gevaux, also known as, 'The Rib Man', supplies West Ham United supporters with a delightful rib meat roll.

It looks absolutely delicious, but, unfortunately, it falls within the Premier League price bracket and is there for an unnecessary £8. 6/10 as a result.

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