Histon FC supporter Andy Clarke took a photo of the cold baguette containing three fish fingers on a bed of lettuce and drizzled with thick tartar sauce on Saturday.
Red onion was also added to the packed baguette.
Twenty-three-year-old recruitment consultant Andy shared an image of the meal on Twitter on Sunday, writing: “Histon against 2nd in the league but fell to a 2nd half Halesowen goal, and remain bottom of the league.
“Food is always a positive though!”
The post was reshared on Twitter page Footy Scran, which has 64,000 followers, where it attracted dozens of comments from foodies with mixed reactions.
The post, which attracted over 1,100 likes, read: “Fish finger and tartare sauce baguette at Histon FC. £4.50.”
They added: “If the baguette was cooked more this would be one of the best scrans on here. No doubt.”
Twitter user Raj Bithal said: “In a baguette? What the hell. Fish finger sandwiches should be in bread only.”
Sandra Von De Bougie wrote: “Are British people okay?”
Scott Sheehan commented: “If they didn’t serve a part-baked baguette then this would be banging.”
And Michael Nolan added: “I don’t know if I’m disgusted or if I want one.”
James Chivers was a fan of the baguette, writing: “Know what I’m having on Boxing Day. That is beautiful.”
Christopher Haslett said: “I’ll eat it but with my eyes closed.”
And Greg Walton added: “I’m down with this.”
Histon FC responded to the post, delighted that their food has been getting so much attention.
They wrote: “Beyond proud that we’ve made our debut on @FootyScran.”
Speaking today, Andy said: “ I enjoy non-league football and often walk down to Histon to watch their matches.
“Despite being bottom of the league at the moment, their food always makes it an enjoyable afternoon.
“Personally, I’m a big fan of the fish finger baguette. It’s something a little different, but it’s very tasty.
“They do a really good 1/2 lb cheeseburger and chips with cheese and chilli that I have my eyes on for future visits!”
Histon FC are currently members of the Northern Premier League Division One Midlands and play at Bridge Road in Impington.
It has proved to be a difficult season so far for the Stutes, who currently sit bottom of the league after 16 games, with only one win and 12 losses.