The Emirates Stadium is the home of Arsenal Football Club.
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- Public transport:
- Arsenal - 3 minutes walk. Finsbury Park or Highbury & Islington - 10 minutes walk.
- By Road:
- Supporters are strongly advised not to drive to Emirates Stadium. The ground is situated in a mainly residential area with an extensive Event Day Parking Scheme in operation. Only car owners with resident's permits will be allowed to park on-street in the designated areas and any cars parked illegally will be towed away.
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do the tour, its great and loads of history from the old stadium as you can have a look around both.more
I visited The Emirates Stadium for the official tour, but unfortunately was not able to attend a match. However, the tour was excellent and I highly recommend it to Arsenal fans and sports fans in general.
The tour costs about 15 pounds, if my memory is correct, and last a little more than an hour. During that time you get to see the director's box and hospitality area, the home dressing...more
This stadium is at the cutting edge of sports entertainment venues. Once the football club made the decision to move from its beloved Highbury and build a new, larger stadium, it was obvious that only a clear step up would suffice.
There is not a bad seat in the house. There were some compaints during the first year that the stadium felt sterile, with bare concrete walls, etc., but I...more
I did a tour of Emirates when I was in London as part of my backpacking trip. Arsenal is my favorite squad so I couldn't miss the opportunity to see the stadium. Unfortunately, the night I was there, they were playing Chelsea, which means a ticket would have cost me several hundred quid. A little out of my traveling budget. So I settled going to the stadium the next day with some guys from my...more
after watching many matches on tv, nothing compares to the energy of being there live. the crowd is nothing like the crowds at sporting events in the states. football fans here are hyped, chant, and have a great spirit and loyalty to their football club of choice. i get it, and i see why people are so mad about the sport.
the new stadium can hold 60,000+, although tickets are often hard to...more