Arsenal vs Liverpool Carling Cup match tickets start from £5 for kids / £10 for adults - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HUKD app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
Game is being played on Wednesday 28th October

Tickets go on sale to Gold members on Friday 02/10/09, Silver members on 06/10/09 and red members on 09/10/09, General sale follows on the 12th October

All upper tier tickets £20.00 Adults and £10.00 Concessions If purchased early
All lower tier tickets £10.00 Adults and £5.00 Concessions If purchased early
More From arsenal.com:

All Comments

(191) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
Page:
#1
awesome! went to the last game with this deal!! 1st game at the stadium and loved it! this should be even better!! this will get very hot!!!
#2
Yep, awesome deal.
Shame i'm a Liverpool supporter lol.
HnR added
#3
do you not have to be a member to buy tickets?
i looked at this before, cheapest membership was £30
#4
Narfette
do you not have to be a member to buy tickets?
i looked at this before, cheapest membership was £30


general sale is on 12th october for any remaining tickets
#5
Can you explain anyone a little more. Looks interesting
#6
Adam2050
Can you explain anyone a little more. Looks interesting


what do u want to know?
#7
stephen2k5
general sale is on 12th october for any remaining tickets


thanks
#8
stephen2k5
what do u want to know?


How to purchase them?:p
#9
Adam2050
How to purchase them?:p


well general sale goes on the 12th october and you gotta call 0844 277 3625

you'll hve to register with them on the phone which takes a few minutes if you havent before to get a membership number and then proceed with your booking. only takes about 5 minutes.
#10
Nice :thumbsup:
#11
so if u call on the 12th ..
a. how likely will it be that there will be tickets remaining?
b. will u have to pay to become a member over the phone?
#12
Sweet deal! I missed out on the previous one but really want to see the likes of Wilshere, Carlos Vela and Ramsey....:thumbsup:
#13
Last game was great...Love being a member tickets for £5 I was litterally right on half way line and 5 rows from pitch...cant wait for the kids to show liverpool up!
1 Like #14
magicbeans
so if u call on the 12th ..
a. how likely will it be that there will be tickets remaining?
b. will u have to pay to become a member over the phone?


there is usually alot of tickets available. not sure how many but remember its a 60,000 seater stadium with about 4-6000 away tickets sold.

and no, becoming a member is free, its just a quick registration thing just incase you book with them again you will then have a membership number ready. Bear in mind that there is a booking fee and delivery charge as well. but if you get a ticket at £10 it will cost about £13-15 in total which is still really good
#15
bfjem
Last game was great...Love being a member tickets for £5 I was litterally right on half way line and 5 rows from pitch...cant wait for the kids to show liverpool up!


what quadrant were u sat in? i was in green, section 17 on the half way line!
#16
Hahaha! Stadium too big for you is it Gooners!?
#17
sharkalos
Hahaha! Stadium too big for you is it Gooners!?


na....its more along the lines of knowing that we can sponsor a good deal for our fans for carling cup games....alot more than we can say for our dirty neighbours :-D
#18
sharkalos
Hahaha! Stadium too big for you is it Gooners!?


lol silly spurs fans...I took my mrs to the stadium and she was in awe just as all of you envious spurs fans are.

I was in Yellow Block perfect view. I am red member hardly ever get tickets so close
#19
Fantastic deal. Obviously it does depend what team Liverpool turn up with, but Arsenal will no doubt line up with some young and exciting talent. Could well be a very open game, and should be well worth the price.
#20
bfjem
lol silly spurs fans...I took my mrs to the stadium and she was in awe just as all of you envious spurs fans are.

I was in Yellow Block perfect view. I am red member hardly ever get tickets so close


yeh i took my mrs as well....i took her to a saints game cos i live in southampton n she's lived here all her life n never gone to a game despite her dad being a steward n gettin us in free....bloody 0 - 0 first game so i told her were going to see arsenal n see some goals! She loved the stadium n had a really good time!
#21
0844:x
#22
phone number please
#23
chri1143
0844:x


couldnt us use one of these numbers

http://i303.photobucket.com/albums/nn121/faiza333/Untitled-23.jpg
#24
Crucial game. Probably the best chance either team has of winning anything this seaon. :thumbsup:
#25
magicbeans
thanks stephen. it will be god if i manage to get any as its during half term so my 6 yr old can go. i know very little about football :p so am easily confused.

they are liverpool fans....so there will be less tickets for them i guess...or can u sit wherever. also do they have 'family friendly' sections. as last time they went to a england match and my hubby said the use of the C word was non stop! they then sat in a family place for the next match and much preferred it. or is it a national games thing only?!


away fans have their own section in the stadium about 10% seat share so about 5000-6000 seats available.....and more than likely it will be full of the C word and others (thinking back to the west brom carling cup game). I was sat in a nice area....although i love to get involved with the singing and where i was sat there were a few foul mouthed people about but i just put it to either a bit of alcohol...or just complete ****heads. I thought it was good though, and most of the time it was fine. Mixed fans is not too often but most of the time fans are separated.
#26
Sweet ! Took my 9y old boy to watch WBA. Might be making another trip to THE Emirates for this if any tickets left on 12th.

BTW do it online, it's so much quicker !!!
#27
mint deal im going cheers
#28
I'm a Man-Yoo fan and went with an Arsenal fan and i ended up supporting the Gooners more than him. It was an amazing experience as our seats was right next to the bench third row from the pitch and we could see the whole bench,the first team players that showed up to support the kids as well as Le Professor prowling the touch line. Stadium is amazing, game was ok atmosphere was really good considering it was a Carling cup game as well. I really hope i can get tickets for this game going with at least 4-6 people this time hopefully alot of regular fans will want to stay away and i can get some good seats again.
#29
Cme on you reds!! Sadly i cant be there to see Liverpool win but its a hot deal H&R added
#30
sharkalos
Hahaha! Stadium too big for you is it Gooners!?


[SIZE="7"]Who are ya? Who are ya?
Same old Tottenham, always moaning :whistling:[/SIZE]
#31
Liverpool get 5% of the capacity for this game, so they will get 3,000.

In all honesty I think it will be very few tickets available on general sale.
1 Like #32
magicbeans
oo can u?! is linky in the 'go to deal' bit?


http://www.arsenal.com/membership/buy-tickets

Pre-register as a member (it's free) and keep your membership number to hand. :thumbsup:
#33
kyalion
http://www.arsenal.com/membership/buy-tickets

Pre-register as a member (it's free) and keep your membership number to hand. :thumbsup:


thanks!
#34
magicbeans
ok cool. so no family sections. to be fair it was going over my 6 yr olds head at the time....more my husband and his bro were there and they were like... yikes..hope he doenst pick this up!!! :p

will tell them about this deal and let them make their own minds up. its a wicked price and we live in kent (bro in law in barking) so its convienient! thanks for all ur help!


I go reasonably regularily with my 9y old boy. He is warned before every game that he'll hear bad language, but if I or his mother hear it from him, he'll never go to another game with me. To date, no bad language from him. They hear it in the playground these days, but I don't want to hear it from the mouth of my 9y old.
1 Like #35
I went to the WBA game (and last year Sheff Utd) as a neutral. Sat in Block 17, right on the half way line, 15 rows up. Seats couldn't be better. Will be trying for these on the 12th.

What annoyed me when I was there was the behaviour of the Arsenal fans. Singing 'Who Are Ya?' makes absolutely no sense when you are beating a smaller/ less well known team. The same thing happened against Sheffield Utd last year. They know who they are, they're championship level clubs that are unlikely to ever see anyone of the class of Arshavin or Fabregas or win the premier league ever again. They know this. Arsenal however are a big, established club that is regularly in the Champions League. There's a massive gulf of class between the two, and likely to remain until something drastic happens. If you're Blackpool and you're beating Newcastle, for example, then yes, the chant makes sense, but doing it to what is essentially a smaller, less glamorous team makes no sense. Do Man Utd fans sing Who Are Ya when they beat Bournemouth (for example?). I don't imagine they do (if they do, then it's still ridiculous). There were also a few too many over-aggresive teenagers getting riled by every referee decision at 2-0 up and 1 man advantage. But that I can probably excuse as they're not likely to be regular attendees.

Erm, anyway, hot deal if decent number of tickets go on general sale.
#36
kyalion
[SIZE="7"]Who are ya? Who are ya?
Same old Tottenham, always moaning :whistling:[/SIZE]


:thumbsup:

Great deal, heat added
#37
magicbeans
true. its just that he so innoccent...my little baby!!! hehe!!


We all want to think so, don't we? I suspect if mine were allowed to, they would embarrass a Glaswegian docker :p
#38
Alternatively come to White Hart Lane the night before to watch Tottenham v Everton where the tickets are £30-£45 each :(

Got mine as part of my season ticket but still, would be nice if the club could ****ing charge low prices every now and then.
#39
Winchy
Alternatively come to White Hart Lane the night before to watch Tottenham v Everton where the tickets are £30-£45 each :(

Got mine as part of my season ticket but still, would be nice if the club could ****ing charge low prices every now and then.


Not even if Mr Levy paid me the £30-£45 :w00t:
#40
Top deal, not a fan of either but good on Arsenal to reduce tickets. I've never understood why other clubs don't do this - surely taking a hit on the turnstiles for more people means a) more people spend inside b) better atmoshphere motivates players?

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!