Freezers are no longer considered a requirement for most European football players and fans, but they are still essential to ensure that all food is safely stored in the refrigerator.
The European football association’s governing body, UEFA, has published guidelines which specify the best food storage options for its member clubs.
It states that, while refrigerators can be used for many different types of foods, it is preferable to have refrigerators where food is stored.
Freezers are an essential component of any team’s food storage, especially during the winter, when players will be away from home for extended periods of time.
Freezer manufacturers can also make up for the loss of refrigeration by offering freezers to teams with lower wages, but it is still recommended that teams with larger budgets buy refrigerators for their players.
According to the European Food Safety Authority, which runs the Euro 2016, there are about 60,000 freezers in the European Union.
It said that in 2013, there were 2.2 million freezers worldwide, with about 5,500 of these being in the EU.
In the US, the industry is estimated to have an annual sales of more than $3 billion.
According a 2015 study by food safety expert John DeStefano, a freezer costs the average team around $40,000 to maintain.
For the average player, this would equate to about $400 in food costs.
DeStefanos research found that if a player had a freezer, their meals would cost about $25 per week, whereas if they had a fridge, their costs would be $12 per week.
A freezer can cost around $10 to $15 per month depending on the size of the fridge.
The average price for a fridge in the UK is around $400, but there is an option that offers freezers for around $200 per month.
This means a player’s annual food costs could be closer to $600.
This article originally appeared on Football Italian