Although the stadium is nearly 100 years old, it’s fair to say the food and drink facilities are fairly decent since the renovations. The food and drink for sale is the rather basic stuff that you will find in grounds all over the world with sausages (€2.50) and fries taking precedence as well as some good German Beer (€3.20 a pint). You will have to go through the effort of having to buy a cashless card and top it up to buy your half time refreshments though.
In my opinion, there could be some more food stands all around the catering area. Nevertheless, the food options you have include the standard “Bratwurst” as well as french fries. Prices are generally low , 2.50€ for a sausage. Of course, there is also beer which is also pretty cheap, we’re looking at 3.20€ for half a liter! The only issue is that you will have to get yourself a stadium card which must be charged with any money before you’re able to get yourself a snack or a drink.
The best there is! No really, Kaiserslautern won the award for the best bratwurst in Germany, voted for by fans. They cost just €2.50 too, which may or may not have featured in the judges’ decision but is certainly very affordable. Beer is Karlsberg – no, not that one – and that’ll set you back a similarly reasonable €3.20. Bear in mind that the Fritz-Walter-Stadion is cashless though, so you’ll have to top up your card to make any purchases.
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