Arsenal have been ranked ninth in the Premier League in terms of the food they have on offer on match-days.
The Daily Star looked at the ratings provided for each stadium on FootballGroundMap.com and averaged them out for every club to put together a list of all the Premier League teams from best-to-worst.
The full rankings are as follows:
- The Amex – Brighton
- St. Mary’s – Southampton
- The Etihad – Manchester City
- Anfield – Liverpool
- St. James’ Park – Newcastle
- The Hawthorns – West Brom
- Dean Court – Bournemouth
- The Liberty Stadium – Swansea
- The Emirates – Arsenal
- White Hart Lane – Tottenham
- The King Power – Leicester
- Old Trafford – Manchester United
- Bet365 Stadium – Stoke
- Stamford Bridge – Chelsea
- London Stadium – West Ham
- Vicarage Road – Watford
- Goodison Park – Everton
- Turf Moor – Burnley
- Selhurst Park – Crystal Palace
- The John Smith’s – Huddersfield
Firstly, it’s nice to see Tottenham have found a new way to be in Arsenal’s shadow. We Arsenal fans take what glory we can, these days.
Perhaps it should be no surprise that Arsenal, Spurs, Manchester United and Chelsea are all so far down the list, as they’re all near the top of the list when it comes to the price of pies and beer, as we reported previously.
When you’re paying more for your food, in addition to the cost of travel and tickets, it’s probably going to make you more likely to leave a bad review – or at least hold the food to a higher standard.
Manchester City are an anomaly in this regard, as they pay the second most in the league for a pint and seventh most for a pie, yet they still make the top three for their customer reviews.
Then again, the queues would be a lot shorter at the Etihad, so that helps.