Events at Emirates Stadium
Venue Details & Map
Ashburton GroveLondonN5 1BU
- +44 20 7704 4504
- 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.
I usually give my own scores out of 5 to all of the actors and actresses that win Emmy awards. I call them my "Emmyratings." This stadium is where I announce these ratings each year, hence the name "Emmyratings Stadium."
The Emirates is a brand new stadium that replaced the beautiful Highbury which was a little neighborhood ground which was torn down some years ago and replaced by...more
Greatest place in the world. Season ticket holder northbank upper. Nothing quite like going to the Emirates and see the Arsenal playing on a nice sunny day. Stop by Piebury corner on the way, few pints with the lads. Great stadium great team.more
The only place in London to enjoy football!
Whilst the food leaves a little to be desired, there's no better place to enjoy the thrills and spills that Arsenal FC offer up on a weekly basis.
Also a good venue for stadium events such as concerts. Successful past headline acts have included Coldplay and Bruce Springsteen!more
Went to my first Arsenal match a few weeks ago.
Seemed strange to me to find this enormous stadium plunked down in the middle of a residential neighborhood. While this may not be too unusual for most, for someone who is used to Oracle Arena, Arco Arena, Staples Center, Candlestick Park - venues that are either in business districts or isolated in the middle of nowhere - it was stunning to me...more
This is a fantastic stadium!
The view from nearly every seat is good, and the seats are wide AND CUSHIONED. My butt has never been so comfortable while watching a live sporting match. This was my first football game in England and being surrounded by all those Arsenal home fans had me casting a wistful eye over the red 'gunners' scarves in the merch stand...
We went to a Capital One Cup...more