Does your soccer team charge odds for game day food?

For many football fans, the combination of a pie and a half-time pint is an essential part of the match experience.

Yet many clubs across the UK are raising money for dodgy food at eye-watering prices.

After fans felt the pinch of the Cost of life the crisis broke premier league club Arsenal for their £13 chip portion, MailOnline has taken a look at whether other football teams potentially charge more than matchday food odds.

Do you have pictures of your meals at football matches?

Prices include £10 for a fish and chips in curry sauce, £9.79 for a chicken tikka masala and a massive £19.95 for a pizza.

Here are some of the most surprising prices for game day food:

Arsenal FC, Emirates Stadium

Arsenal sparked furor in December after they revealed a burger and fries cost £18.05.

A picture of the £18.05 burger and fries showed it was served on a cardboard tray with two slices of cheese.

There was also some bacon and a slice of tomato to go with it.

The Gunners also charged £19.95 for a pizza, which is the price of several pints of beer.

An image posted to the Footy Scran Twitter account in December 2021 showed a burger and fries in the Emirates which cost £18.05

An image of the Emirates menu followed to show the prices were not a hoax

An image of the Emirates menu followed to show the prices were not a hoax

The Gunners also charged £19.95 for this pizza, the equivalent of several pints of beer

The Gunners also charged £19.95 for this pizza, the equivalent of several pints of beer

Birmingham City FC, St. Andrew’s

Championship side Birmingham City came under fire last year for their cheese crisps, which sold for £4.

A fan posted a photo of his portion, showing a slice of melted cheese sitting on top of the pile of chips.

In response, Twitter users said it would have been vastly improved if they had gone to the effort of grilling the cheese.

Another football fan admitted he was less than impressed to be charged £4 for a slice of melted cheese and chips (pictured) at Birmingham City

Another football fan admitted he was less than impressed to be charged £4 for a slice of melted cheese and chips (pictured) at Birmingham City

Burton Albion FC, Pirelli Princess Way Stadium

Fans also said clubs had scored their own goals with their tiny hot dogs.

A serve at Morecambe cost £4 and another at Burton Albion, another League One club, cost £3.

But the two had a tiny sausage that looked lost in the buns, with fans on Twitter calling the offer “shameful” and saying they would have “rejected” it.

A small sausage served at Burton Albion for £3 has been called a

A small sausage served at Burton Albion for £3 has been called ‘shameful’ by fans, who joked they would have rejected the food

West Brom, the Hawthorns

West Brom fans may feel a little uncomfortable having to pay £3.50 for a single slice of pizza.

However, they may feel sadder to see their chances of promotion to the Premier League fading after a promising start to the season.

West Brom fans may feel a bit uncomfortable having to pay £3.50 for a single slice of pizza

West Brom fans may feel a bit uncomfortable having to pay £3.50 for a single slice of pizza

Tranmere Rovers, Prenton Park

Tranmere Rovers have offered a rather lonely sausage in a hot dog bun for £3.50 to their fans.

Many football fans across the country are feeling the pinch of the cost of living crisis.

Tranmere Rovers offered a rather lonely sausage in a hot dog bun for £3.50 to their fans

Tranmere Rovers offered a rather lonely sausage in a hot dog bun for £3.50 to their fans

Chelsea F.C., Stamford Bridge

Fans ridiculed Chelsea’s ‘cauliflower wings’ dish on Twitter last month, joking that Abramovich should ‘see his penalties increased for it’.

The photo shows a box with just five pieces of cauliflower wings with four slices of celery which is priced at £7.95.

Many comments pointed to Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich’s punishment, with one saying it was ‘no wonder’ the Russian was sanctioned, describing the price as ‘ridiculous’.

Football fans hit Chelsea's 'cauliflower wings' dish sold to fans at Stamford Bridge last month

Football fans hit Chelsea’s ‘cauliflower wings’ dish sold to fans at Stamford Bridge last month

FC Barnsley, Oakwell Stadium

Fan Tristan Broadhead posted a picture of his crispy looking pie which he said he bought at Championship side Barnsley.

He said, “Standard pie quality at Oakwell.”

Steak and stale pie: Fan Tristan Broadhead posted a photo of his crispy looking pie which he said he bought at Championship side Barnsley.  He said:

Steak and stale pie: Fan Tristan Broadhead posted a photo of his crispy looking pie which he said he bought at Championship side Barnsley. He said, “Standard pie quality at Oakwell”

Frome Towne FC, Badgers Hill Stadium

A Frome Towne FC fan has taken to social media after receiving a charred sausage in an extra-large bap in exchange for his £2.

Embarrassed by their apologetic offer, the red-faced Southern League Division One team sent a message to Mr Tucker blaming the bad food on a new member of staff.

A rep said: ‘It’s embarrassing. Free ticket and a burger next time you come, let me know. It was a new member of staff, sorry! »

George then replied: ‘Thank you! It’s a very nice gesture.

A fan who ordered a £2 hot dog received a lone burnt sausage in a very large bap

A fan who ordered a £2 hot dog received a lone burnt sausage in a very large bap

Marske United FC, Mount Pleasant

A fan attending a Marske United game has shared a photo of the blackened pie and peas served to him.

The North Yorkshire stadium cooks appeared to have seared the pie until crisp, but decided to serve it anyway.

Fan Daniel Turner has shared a snap of his pie scorched beyond recognition at the non-league side’s Mount Pleasant Stadium.

One Twitter user joked, “Straight out of the incinerator, nice and clean.”

A pie, served with mashed peas, appears to have been burned but served anyway, at Marske United, tweeted fan Daniel Turner

A pie, served with mashed peas, appears to have been burned but served anyway, at Marske United, tweeted fan Daniel Turner

West Ham, London Stadium

Bagging a sausage and chips at half-time after watching the Hammers play for 45 minutes would cost you £8.

Clubs across the country are making money at sometimes eye-watering prices for dodgy food.

This sausage and chips with a dollop of tomato kethcup costs £8 at West Ham's London Stadium

This sausage and chips with a dollop of tomato kethcup costs £8 at West Ham’s London Stadium

Tottenham Hostpur, stadium of Tottenham Hostpur

Chicken tikka masala may be one of the finest meals served on matchdays across the UK, but it comes at a price.

It would cost nearly £10 (£9.79) to get your hands on this colorful assortment of food.

A Tottenham fan paid £9.79 for this pot of chicken tikka masala at Spurs' top stadium

A Tottenham fan paid £9.79 for this pot of chicken tikka masala at Spurs’ top stadium

City of Billericay, AGP Arena

These cheese crisps look a little less wearable, with what appears to be shredded cheddar cheese sitting on top of a serving of crisps.

However, many football fans were puzzled because the cheese was not melted. Even so, it costs £3.50.

These cheese crisps from Billericay Town cost £3.50 and have what looks like shredded cheddar cheese sitting on top of a portion of crisps

These cheese crisps from Billericay Town cost £3.50 and have what looks like shredded cheddar cheese sitting on top of a portion of crisps

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