The dining options at the Commerzbank Arena are solid if not spectacular – you can expect to see the usual footballing fare of Sausages, Pretzels, Fries and of coure lots of Pilsner on sale. The upside is that there are 22 kiosks that serve the fans – over 200 meters of counterspace that runs round the stadium so the queues shouldn’t be that bad!
Remember though – it is an all cashless stadium though!
There is one special drink which is unique in Germany’s stadiums. With the region that Frankfurt is located in being famous for their apple wine they also sell it in the stadium. Whether to have wine in a football stadium is up to you, in my opinion it is a cool alternation to the usual beer you get in every other venue in Germany. Apple wine, beer and soft drinks are 4,20€, prices are a bit higher than the Bundesliga average. To eat there is only “Bratwurst” which will cost you 3€, price is okay.
Eintracht use the widely disliked cashless system, so you’ll need to pick up a card from one of the vendors around the ground. They’re the folks in the light green hats and jackets. Inside the ground bratwursts are €3.50, beer is €4.30. Frankfurt are sponsored by Krombacher, and that’s the beer that you’ll get in the stadium. It’s pretty generic, but not terrible.
Watch out for so-called “risk games” where the police will enforce an alcohol ban, particularly in the away end.
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