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All lower tier tickets are £5.00 for Concessions and £10.00 for Adults

Upper Tier are £10 for Concessions and £20 for Adults.

Tickets for Gold, Silver, Junior and Red members start to go on sale from the 30th September.

I can see the tickets going on General Sale as they normally do for the League Cup but no date released yet for general sale.

Will update the page when a date for General Sale has been confirmed.

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#41
TyrantJB
Much respect for AFC, big club run properly. Just a shame about the absolutely scandalous (usually, anyway) ticket prices.
KashMoney123

It's not that much worse than the other clubs in the Premier league. The media love to make a big deal out of it as they'll do anything to put Arsenal down.
TyrantJB

AFC are the most expensive in the league, by a long way. I'm talking a good £500 more for a season ticket than we pay here for an LFC equivalent at Anfield.

I think it's a mixed bag, but if you want to go to the big matches it is seriously expensive. The cheapest tickets for Category A games are £62 (e.g Liverpool game, going on sale to Red members on Wednesday), and if you want a half decent view in the upper tier it will be 80+.

As for season tickets, my offer this summer was for seats between £1300 - 2000, so the lower end in that bracket would equate to £50 a game (19 home league matches + 7 cup credits), and the higher end £77 a game. I'm sure season ticket holders would revolt if the £10 league cup tickets were included as one of their 7 cup credits. Didn't think it was reasonable value for money the past two summers in light of no money being spent on the squad, but I think after the Ozil signing I'll take up the offer next year if a decent spot is available.

£10 for a league cup match against Chelsea is great value, but I wouldn't expect to see the first team players in light of the fixture pile up around that point (Liverpool 4 days later, and Dortmund and United away the following week).
#42
Hi, Is this deal for Arsenal or Chelsea fans?
1 Like #43
I hope the Chelsea team show off their Champions league winners medals before the game. Would be a nice gesture. Maybe Drogba could make a guest appearance as a sub. He always scored against the goons.
#44
I think this game may see the under 12's trotted out given the fixture list and other priorities for both clubs.
#45
Wait so do i need a membership to buy the tickets or not so confused? I have no membership would i be ablr to buy a ticket and when will they be available?
1 Like #46
Wait so do i need a membership to buy the tickets or not so confused? I have no membership would i be ablr to buy a ticket and when will they be available?
#47
how do you get a ticket if you are a non member
#48
Watching out for this!
banned#49
Good luck Arsenal.
#50
nick1996
Wait so do i need a membership to buy the tickets or not so confused? I have no membership would i be ablr to buy a ticket and when will they be available?
avarose55
how do you get a ticket if you are a non member

You don't need to be a member.

Tickets will first be sold progressing down through the membership levels (Gold / Platinum - season ticket / club level members; Silver - fixed capacity list of long-term members, currently offered after about 9/10 seasons of continuous Red membership; Red - unlimited capacity base level of membership) before any remaining tickets are made available to the general public via general sale.

The date of the general sale will be at some point later than the 9th October (the Red member window starts on that date). General sale tickets will be able to be purchased from the Arsenal website once that period begins.

It should be borne in mind that the non-member booking fees this season (i.e supplementary to the ticket price) are £2.10 per ticket for online bookings, and £2.30 for telephone bookings. On top of that £2.20 will be payable per booking for postage, or £2 per booking for printable tickets through Ticketfast. This money goes to TicketMaster, and if you call the club's booking number you will go through to TicketMaster, not the stadium box office.
#51
Whats the best seat to go for? iv been a few times but never get to choose my own seat just have to pick whats left!

http://www.frenchgunner.com/images/EmiratesStadiumSeatingPlan.jpg
#52
Great deal - was thinking about posting myself.

Not sure if it will go to general, though. Man City in 11/12 is the best comparable example and that was only on general sale for a couple of days. This is a London derby, it'll be half term, and Arsenal are doing much better than they were in that season. If it does go to general, I advise every non member that is interested to phone at exactly the moment they go on sale (usually 10am on a weekday) - any later and you risk missing out.
1 Like #53
Nabz

Best depends on preference. Lower tier is better for atmosphere, Upper tier is better for view. Sit nearer the middle if you want the best view available - Block 91, 134, 112, 113 etc probably the best, but the best atmosphere is always behind the goals at somewhere like 24 - you still get a world class view because this is a modern stadium designed very well for this.

But if any do go on general sale (which again, I doubt will happen) then your choice will likely be limited to the upper tier.
1 Like #54
Wow! 22 men in shorts chasing pig's bladder for 90 minutes... To be honest I would rather watch 22 unemployed people with sticks chasing David Cameron and his few trusted banksters - sort of modern day MMA...
#55
heat added.
#56
Errr... tickets on sale to silver members on Tue 8th, red members on Wed 9th Oct!
#57
There is a better atmosphere in a microwave cooking popcorn than at the Emirates.........................
#58
Rys_Ochodzki
Wow! 22 men in shorts chasing pig's bladder for 90 minutes... To be honest I would rather watch 22 unemployed people with sticks chasing David Cameron and his few trusted banksters - sort of modern day MMA...

ok badman keep your pants on.
#59
iwearahalo2
There is a better atmosphere in a microwave cooking popcorn than at the Emirates.........................

And you know that because? Southampton play at the Emirates often? ;)
#60
Only thing to watch out for, i know the 2 times weve played spurs in this recently (ish, last 5 years or so) they never went to general sale due to the risk of rival fans causing trouble in the home end, not sure if the same will apply to chelsea being another london rival? I guess we will soon find out.

Also may be useful for some people, they usually once its been on sale for a bit to reds allow all members to buy extra tickets, so if it doesnt go to general but you know a member you could get one that way, hope thats useful to someone!
#61
emiratesstadium
NabzE17
Whats the best seat to go for? iv been a few times but never get to choose my own seat just have to pick whats left!

http://www.frenchgunner.com/images/EmiratesStadiumSeatingPlan.jpg

Depends on what you want.

Away fans sit in 4,5,6 so if you want to go near them then around those numbers is great if you like banter.

North bank is where I sit. Normally get the 2nd half playing towards you so anywhere in the 24,25,26 area.

TBH though, every seat gives a brilliant view of the game.

It's the other way round, away fans are in 20,21,22. 4,5&6 are home fans, and those blocks usually are the loudest - good to be near, but not great to be in if you are taking young kids. Block 31 is quite a good block. It's the same side as Highbury and Islington station (and the armory) so usually quite quick to get out after the game
2 Likes #62
will be full of drunk hooligans id rather go watch a family sport such as rugby league
#63
awesome!!!!
55 Likes #64
Rys_Ochodzki
Wow! 22 men in shorts chasing pig's bladder for 90 minutes... To be honest I would rather watch 22 unemployed people with sticks chasing David Cameron and his few trusted banksters - sort of modern day MMA...

Well it's 20 men, the other two are relatively immobile and pig's bladder hasn't been used for quite some time. This level of protestation comes from a highly energetic place in your psyche, I would suggest, probably driven by a fear of not being accepted, as you are "not a football fan" and can't quite muster up the interest to be involved. There will be times when this makes you feel "left out" of conversation. Add in a cheap pseudo political swipe and a TLA, and you've got a classic statement written more by your sub-conscious than your conscious brain. Just my professional opinion, of course.
#65
Folks Im not a member or anything, is it possible to book tickets still or must you register?
#66
Rys_Ochodzki
Wow! 22 men in shorts chasing pig's bladder for 90 minutes... To be honest I would rather watch 22 unemployed people with sticks chasing David Cameron and his few trusted banksters - sort of modern day MMA...

Why would you view this deal let alone post on it if you have no interest in football? Go back into your hole.
#67
fresno bob
I've given up going to League cup games, despite living 15 minutes walk from the stadium. The atmosphere is useless with all the day-trippers - better in pub.
I only do league games now.

It's a different atmosphere at the COC games, much more family oriented. I don't mind it at all, personally. Rather that than the club charge £30+ and have a half empty stadium.

Besides, it's not like there aren't absolutely loads of silent day trippers at league games too.
#68
Support Spurs so don't really like either team, but even I can see that this has the recipe to be a cracking game if they play enough big names. Two top clubs and a London Derby.
Like Tottenham, both Arsenal and Chelsea have a habit of shafting their fans with outrageous prices, I guess with the Emirates having a 60,000 capacity and this being a weeknight game that is bound to be televised, coupled with fans' concerns about understrength sides being fielded, Arsenal might be worried about playing with a half-empty stadium.
So, from the club's perspective, this makes perfect sense, as it's good PR to offer cheap tickets, makes the club accessible to fans previously priced out and indeed they might pick up new supporters in doing so. On top of that, fans that aren't regular attendees are more likely to buy merchandise in the club's shop(s).
From the fans' point of view it's a chance to get to see what could be a decent cup clash, and even if all the biggest names don't play they'll see lots of up-and-coming talent (which both clubs have in abundance). And a chance to take the wife and kids along without in costing the best part of £200.

So, heat added. I'll still be watching on TV mindyou.
#69
foxrocks
It's a different atmosphere at the COC games

I think the competition needs a better abbreviation than COC! Maybe C1C?

Edited By: crgritchie on Sep 30, 2013 10:12
#70
Immoraliste
TyrantJB
Much respect for AFC, big club run properly. Just a shame about the absolutely scandalous (usually, anyway) ticket prices.
KashMoney123

It's not that much worse than the other clubs in the Premier league. The media love to make a big deal out of it as they'll do anything to put Arsenal down.
TyrantJB

AFC are the most expensive in the league, by a long way. I'm talking a good £500 more for a season ticket than we pay here for an LFC equivalent at Anfield.

I think it's a mixed bag, but if you want to go to the big matches it is seriously expensive. The cheapest tickets for Category A games are £62 (e.g Liverpool game, going on sale to Red members on Wednesday), and if you want a half decent view in the upper tier it will be 80+.

As for season tickets, my offer this summer was for seats between £1300 - 2000, so the lower end in that bracket would equate to £50 a game (19 home league matches + 7 cup credits), and the higher end £77 a game. I'm sure season ticket holders would revolt if the £10 league cup tickets were included as one of their 7 cup credits. Didn't think it was reasonable value for money the past two summers in light of no money being spent on the squad, but I think after the Ozil signing I'll take up the offer next year if a decent spot is available.

£10 for a league cup match against Chelsea is great value, but I wouldn't expect to see the first team players in light of the fixture pile up around that point (Liverpool 4 days later, and Dortmund and United away the following week).

Tottenham have more expensive season tickets on a per-game basis (Arsenal costs more, but you get extra games included compared to a Spurs one).

Arsenal tickets are outrageously expensive, but then no other club has built a new stadium in a decent part of London, so you do have to take that into account.

One thing that does grate is the stick Arsenal got last season about away fan tickets for Man City, when some of their supporters kicked up a stink at being charged £60. While I agree that is far too much to charge away fans, it is absolutely not an Arsenal issue: Man City themselves charged me over £50 for my away ticket so that's hardly a massive difference. Norwich (Norwich ffs!) was about £55 too IIRC. It's pretty commonplace if you follow a 'Category A' team away from home, sadly.

As for the team to play Chelsea, it mostly won't be the first XI, but don't forget the side that played vs West Brom would have looked very different if not for all the injuries. Oxlade-Chamberlain, Podolski and Rosicky would all surely have played in that game if fit, rather than the likes of Eisfeld, Ryo and Hayden. If everyone is fit (lol) you'd expect something like Fabianski - Jenkinson, Mertesacker, Vermaelen, Monreal - Arteta, Chamberlain - Gnabry, Rosicky, Podolski - Bendtner which isn't too bad really.


Edited By: foxrocks on Sep 30, 2013 10:22
#71
fresno bob
I've given up going to League cup games, despite living 15 minutes walk from the stadium. The atmosphere is useless with all the day-trippers - better in pub.I only do league games now.

I went to the West Brom game last week in the League Cup - best atmosphere EVER!
The away supporters were fantastic! I love every mibute of it. I would've definitely gone to this as well if I wasn't going abroad.
#72
dietcoke2000
Folks Im not a member or anything, is it possible to book tickets still or must you register?

You have to waiti till the tickets go on General Sale then anyone can buy. At the moment it is members only.
1 Like #73
emiratesstadium
NabzE17
Whats the best seat to go for? iv been a few times but never get to choose my own seat just have to pick whats left!

http://www.frenchgunner.com/images/EmiratesStadiumSeatingPlan.jpg

Depends on what you want.

Away fans sit in 4,5,6 so if you want to go near them then around those numbers is great if you like banter.

North bank is where I sit. Normally get the 2nd half playing towards you so anywhere in the 24,25,26 area.

TBH though, every seat gives a brilliant view of the game.


YouDontWantToKnow
iwearahalo2
There is a better atmosphere in a microwave cooking popcorn than at the Emirates.........................



And you know that because? Southampton play at the Emirates often? ;)


No because its known as the library so its not just when I go there, its woeful sorry to say, an example of whats wrong in football, rugby loving fans wanting a day out with the commoners.
#74
Fair play. I went over the summer for the Emirates Cup games. The place was packed & buzzing. The only time things got quite is when about 50 or so Galatasaray fans were booted out by the police. lol
1 Like #75
barbiegirl
Rys_Ochodzki
Wow! 22 men in shorts chasing pig's bladder for 90 minutes... To be honest I would rather watch 22 unemployed people with sticks chasing David Cameron and his few trusted banksters - sort of modern day MMA...

Well it's 20 men, the other two are relatively immobile and pig's bladder hasn't been used for quite some time. This level of protestation comes from a highly energetic place in your psyche, I would suggest, probably driven by a fear of not being accepted, as you are "not a football fan" and can't quite muster up the interest to be involved. There will be times when this makes you feel "left out" of conversation. Add in a cheap pseudo political swipe and a TLA, and you've got a classic statement written more by your sub-conscious than your conscious brain. Just my professional opinion, of course.

http://31.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lsgr56vVs81qlsz95o1_500.gif
#76
barbiegirl
Rys_Ochodzki
Wow! 22 men in shorts chasing pig's bladder for 90 minutes... To be honest I would rather watch 22 unemployed people with sticks chasing David Cameron and his few trusted banksters - sort of modern day MMA...

Well it's 20 men, the other two are relatively immobile and pig's bladder hasn't been used for quite some time. This level of protestation comes from a highly energetic place in your psyche, I would suggest, probably driven by a fear of not being accepted, as you are "not a football fan" and can't quite muster up the interest to be involved. There will be times when this makes you feel "left out" of conversation. Add in a cheap pseudo political swipe and a TLA, and you've got a classic statement written more by your sub-conscious than your conscious brain. Just my professional opinion, of course.

I would like to say that the GFSN totally support this
#77
daalphamale
barbiegirl
Rys_Ochodzki
Wow! 22 men in shorts chasing pig's bladder for 90 minutes... To be honest I would rather watch 22 unemployed people with sticks chasing David Cameron and his few trusted banksters - sort of modern day MMA...

Well it's 20 men, the other two are relatively immobile and pig's bladder hasn't been used for quite some time. This level of protestation comes from a highly energetic place in your psyche, I would suggest, probably driven by a fear of not being accepted, as you are "not a football fan" and can't quite muster up the interest to be involved. There will be times when this makes you feel "left out" of conversation. Add in a cheap pseudo political swipe and a TLA, and you've got a classic statement written more by your sub-conscious than your conscious brain. Just my professional opinion, of course.

I would like to say that the GFSN totally support this

well I was being kind and not mentioning the reference to "shorts" that might be a slight hint of repressed homosexuality, you never know.. ;D
#78
jonnydowe
Anyone know how many tickets you can get from a single Junior Gunners membership? So could I buy one membership and get 5 tickets for friends?

Doubt it to be honest.. That wouldn't be fair on other existing paid up members would it?

It's on sale for Season Ticket holders (gold members) this week, then silver/JG's 8th, red 9th... Then to general sale sometime after that, but you'll probably have very limited availability (if any) lower tier £10/£5 tickets left by that time.
#79
Is this nationwide? :D
#80
Go watch the double header rugby league world cup semi finals at Wembley. Same price, better stadium and better entertainment

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