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Arsenal

​​This club has a magnificent stadium, a trophy-filled cabinet, worldwide support…and a pretty unhappy fan base. Arsenal is a giant club in slow-motion transition.

LOCATION: Islington, North London

CONTACT: arsenal.com, 020 7619 5003, #WeAreTheArsenal

NICKNAMES: The Gunners

Groundhopper Soccer Guides sells tickets and hospitality to Arsenal home games at The Emirates. Learn more about the options we offer.

History of Arsenal FC

Arsenal is, as you probably already know, one of the biggest and most successful clubs in the country. They were the first club from the South of England to join the Football League in 1893. Since then, they have won the league thirteen times, the FA Cup a record fourteen times, and two (minor) European titles. They were the first London club to…

Rivalries

Tottenham, of course, is a rival, but any game against the other big six will be a major

Women's Team

Arsenal Women FC is the most successful women’s club in the country, having won dozens of trophies since 1987, including a record fourteen Women’s FA Cups. Home games are at Meadow Park in Borehamwood, home of Boreham Wood FC. See arsenal.com/women for…

Songs

There is a traditional pregame chant, left over from the old stadium, with one end singing, “We are the Clock End” and the other responding with “We are the North Bank.” And if they score first, you will definitely hear “One-NIL to the Arsenal!” Another is an almost grunting-type, “It’s good good good to be a

Stadium

The Emirates is a palace, a canyon, almost a city unto itself. It holds just over 60,000, making it the fourth-largest club football stadium in the country. Every seat is padded, and there are lounges and clubs all over the place. It cost £390 million to build, and they spent another £130 million converting their nearby former ground into…

Going to a Game at the Emirates

GETTING THERE: The closest Tube station to the Emirates is Holloway Road on the Piccadilly line. There is also Drayton Park station, right next to the stadium, but it is closed on game days. Holloway Road will be closed after the game. You might as well be traditional and take the slightly longer walk from Arsenal station, also on the Piccadilly….

How to Buy Arsenal Tickets

It often seems that there is no such thing as an Arsenal ticket. If you’re a member of the public going on their website for a ticket, you will find it very hard to purchase one through the normal process unless it’s a Cup game or some meaningless Europa League game. The membership requirement (around £34 per year—and you’ll need one per person) and loyalty points system basically means if you haven’t already bought tickets many times, you aren’t going to.

There is a ticket resale process on their website, where season ticket holders can resell to members at face value.

So, what to do? There’s the third-party market, which is technically illegal and therefore can be dodgy. There are hospitality packages available from the club for astronomical prices, and from sellers like Groundhopper Guides for less. What we have for Arsenal is typically club level seats with lounge access, free drinks at halftime and a stadium tour on a non-game day.

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