⚽️ A huge four days in north London sees Arsenal take on Brentford in the Premier League on Saturday 9 March followed by a second-leg showdown with FC Porto on Tuesday 12 March in the last-16 of the Champions League.
🎟️🎫 Arsenal premium seats are available for both matches and all Premier League/Cup fixtures at Emirates Stadium!
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Arsenal had a season to remember in 2022/2023 remaining in title contention until they were ultimately overhauled by Manchester City. A second-placed finish and Champions League football was an impressive achievement for the Gunners. Now a new campaign in underway in north London and Arsenal premium seats are a great way to experience the action.
👀 READ ON for how to buy Arsenal premium seats, the season so far, Emirates Stadium fixture news and travel tips.
Arsenal premium seats are available in the Club Level area of Emirates Stadium. The Club Level package includes private lounge access pre and post-match, premium padded seats in the middle ring of the stadium, complimentary food and drinks/matchday programme and free entry to the Arsenal Museum.
Complete the short form below OR email email@example.com with ‘Arsenal premium seats’ in the subject box and details of the match you are interested in for *package/price information and how to book. Premium seats are on sale for all home matches this season (upcoming games below).
* Official packages only. SportonSpec works only with clubs and/or their authorised resellers to source the best prices.
General admission tickets should be purchased from Arsenal FC directly. Visit the Gunners website for more information.
SEASON SO FAR
Arsenal were emphatic in their recent 3-1 victory at Emirates Stadium over fellow title-challengers Liverpool. A result that saw the Gunners climb up to second in the Premier League table.
A tight affair on paper, this clash-of-the-titans Sunday thriller saw Mikel Arteta’s side secure a comprehensive win. An early goal from Bukayo Saka opened the scoring for the hosts. But they were disappointed to go into half-time level after an own goal gave Jurgen Klopp’s side a way back into the game. Nevertheless, the Gunners proved too strong – Gabriel Martinelli scored his fifth goal against Liverpool, after a mix up at the back. A late finish from Leo Trossard was the cherry on top for Arteta’s side.
Update: 17 February. Arsenal celebrated their 6-0 win over West Ham at London Stadium with another demolition job on the road. This time Burnley were the victims as the Gunners ran riot for a 5-0 win. The north Londoners remain second in the table, just two points behind leaders Liverpool.
Up next at Emirates Stadium, Gunners fans will be hoping Saturday night is all right as Arsenal take on Newcastle in an 8pm kick-off on Saturday 24 February.
ONES TO WATCH
England starboy Bukayo Saka continues to shine for the Gunners after setting a new club record against Fulham playing in his 83rd consecutive Premier League match earlier this season. Meanwhile defender William Saliba and captain Martin Odegaard have both had great campaigns so far.
MATCHES at Emirates Stadium – 2023/2024 season
PL = Premier League, Ch L = Champions League, FC = FA Cup, LC = League Cup
⚽️ Arsenal v Brentford on Saturday 9 March. Kick-off 5.30pm (PL).
⚽️ Arsenal v FC Porto on Tuesday 12 March. Kick-off 8pm (Ch L).
⚽️ Arsenal v Chelsea on Saturday 16 March. Kick-off 12.30pm (PL).
*⚽️ Arsenal v Luton on Saturday 2 April. Kick-off 3pm (PL).
*⚽️ Arsenal v Aston Villa on Saturday 13 April. Kick-off 3pm (PL).
*⚽️ Arsenal v Bournemouth on Saturday 4 May. Kick-off 3pm (PL).
*⚽️ Arsenal v Everton on Sunday 19 May. Kick-off 4pm (PL).
* Date/time subject to change when the TV schedules are confirmed
Arsenal (on the Piccadilly Line) is the nearest tube station, around three minutes’ walk from the ground. There is no step-free access leading from the station platforms to the station exit.
Finsbury Park (Victoria, Piccadilly Lines and Great Northern rail) around a 10-minute walk – is typically less crowded and wheelchair accessible . Likewise Highbury & Islington (Victoria Line, North London Line and Great Northern rail).
King’s Cross is the main connecting station for national rail and many underground lines. From here, travel to the ground via the Piccadilly Line (to Arsenal) or the Victoria Line (to Highbury & Islington). King’s Cross station is wheelchair accessible. Overground: alternatively, a short-overground rail journey of one stop will take you to Finsbury Park station. Plan your journey at the Transport for London website.
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