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Buy Arsenal tickets today and see your favourite team bring the game to life. As one of the top clubs in the Premier League, Arsenal tickets are always in high demand. Ticket Compare helps you find the best prices for 100% authentic Arsenal tickets from safe and secure vendors.

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How to Buy Arsenal Tickets: Home and Away

Arsenal tickets are difficult to secure, even with an Arsenal FC membership. With Ticket Compare, you can enjoy a hassle-free experience and make sure you get the tickets to your chosen game and avoid disappointment. Getting hold of Arsenal tickets can be complicated, so we’ll aim to answer the big questions about buying Arsenal tickets in our FAQ below.


Where Can I Buy Arsenal Tickets?

You can get hold of match-day tickets without Arsenal membership on Ticket Compare. You can choose where you'd like to sit, and if you want an unforgettable matchday experience, you can even consider the VIP tickets.

Due to high demand, it is tough to buy Arsenal tickets if you don’t have a membership. Very few tickets go on general sale to the public at the official Arsenal box office. Even if you are a member, there are no guarantees.

With Arsenal Membership you have to enter a ballot process for the chance to get Arsenal match tickets. If you’re successful in the ballot, you still don’t get to choose the location of your seat or the price of your ticket.

Can You Buy Arsenal Tickets without a Membership?

Yes, if you’re looking to purchase Arsenal football tickets, Ticket Compare can help you find tickets for all of their upcoming fixtures across various competitions.

Simply find the fixture you want to buy tickets for and click the ‘Tickets from £x’ button. From there, you’ll be taken to a ticket comparison screen. This outlines the various ticket outlets that have tickets available, along with their price. Choose your preferred Arsenal ticket price and click ‘Get Tickets’ to complete your purchase.

How to Buy Cheap Arsenal Tickets?

For many fans, the best option is to buy cheap Arsenal FC tickets from a secondary seller. Our site helps you find the best AFC ticket prices from the most reliable secondary sellers.

For the cheapest Arsenal tickets, it’s a good idea to search for seats behind the goals in the Lower Tier, or in the highest rows in the Upper Tier, also in the North Bank or Clock End.

Try to be flexible about the match you attend. For example, a fixture against a team at the bottom of the league will be cheaper than one against a close rival or EFL cup tickets.

Arsenal’s new ballot system makes it impossible to guarantee a ticket for a specific game. So, if you are travelling to see a game on a specific date, the secondary market is the only reliable way to ensure you get a ticket for a match.

When Do Arsenal Tickets Go on Sale?

Tickets to watch Arsenal typically go on sale two months before a given fixture. If you’re trying to buy tickets through the official box office, tickets become available to Arsenal Silver Members several weeks before Arsenal Red Members can buy them. Skip the queue and avoid the ballot by browsing the choice of tickets for Arsenal matches on Ticket Compare.

How to Get Arsenal Tickets Online?

Ticket Compare compiles a number of pre-vetted resellers, selling 100% authentic Arsenal tickets. So, if you need to get to a one-off match at short notice, the secondary ticket market is your best option.

How to Buy Arsenal Away Tickets?

Tickets for Arsenal away matches are sold on a loyalty points basis. AFC Season Ticket holders and long-term Arsenal Members have a massive advantage over everyone else in this process. Still, you can always use the secondary market to get Arsenal and Premier League away tickets.

Do I Need to Print or Collect my Arsenal Ticket?

Most tickets sold on the secondary market are downloadable, so all you’ll need is your phone. Occasionally, tickets need to be collected or delivered, and resale companies coordinate this process seamlessly.

How much is an Arsenal Season Ticket?

Arsenal season ticket prices vary. They range from £1,206 to £2,250 if Arsenal are in the UEFA Champions League. If Arsenal are not in Europe, the average General Admission season ticket price will be significantly cheaper.

The demand is extremely high, and the Arsenal season ticket waiting list is up to 20 years long.

How Does Arsenal Membership Work?

One way to get Arsenal tickets is by becoming an Arsenal Red Member. You have to pay an annual fee of £34 and will enter a ballot for each matchday ticket. Using this lottery system, your chances of securing a ticket can be extremely slim.

On average, someone with an Arsenal Red Membership will stand a 10% chance of getting a ticket for a given match via the ballot. The chances are even smaller for the biggest matches.

To avoid any doubt, many fans rely on the secondary market, especially if they are heading to London from abroad and need specific Premier League tickets.

There are several levels of Arsenal FC membership. Red is the basic level open to all, but there are long-term waiting lists for Arsenal Silver membership and Arsenal Gold Membership (Season Tickets). People wait many years to be eligible for these levels.

For season-long Arsenal Club Level tickets, there’s Platinum Membership, which is easier to obtain than Arsenal Gold Membership, but much more expensive.

What Are the Benefits of Being an Arsenal Member?

The main benefit of being an Arsenal member is the opportunity to purchase AFC tickets via the ballot.

You can also search for tickets on the Arsenal ticket exchange, while other perks include entry to the My Arsenal Rewards scheme for one-of-a-kind gifts and experiences, as well as a 10% discount online or at the stadium store.

How to Get Arsenal Champions League Tickets?

Head to the Champions League tickets section of our website to browse Arsenal tickets for Europe’s biggest stage.

As Arsenal have only just returned to the Champions League competition, tickets for their Champions League matches are in extremely high demand.

How Do I Buy North London Derby Tickets?

Arsenal Membership just isn’t enough if you want to snag Arsenal tickets for the biggest matches, like the North London Derby. The secondary market is the only option here.

How often Do Arsenal Tickets Go on General Sale?

While General Sale is a handy way to buy Arsenal tickets without Membership, very few matches are available this way. Usually midweek EFL Cup games, which have lower demand.

Why Are Arsenal Ticket Prices so Expensive?

The main reason for the higher price of tickets is that Arsenal is a London club with a huge international fanbase, so the prices reflect both the location and the sheer amount of people trying to get hold of tickets.

Arsenal ticket prices can vary depending on the opponents, the date of the match, the stadium, and the section. Going through official channels, General Admission prices range from around £30 to as much as £140. The Match Category makes a big difference, so FA Cup tickets for the later rounds and knockout Champions League tickets will be pricier.

What Arsenal Hospitality Tickets Are Available?

For fans willing to pay a premium, there are various Arsenal FC hospitality tickets and packages to consider at the Emirates Stadium, mostly set on Club Level. These include the following:

  • Foundry Legends
  • Executive Box N1
  • Executive Box N5
  • Executive Box N7
  • Inner Circle Club
  • Woolwich Hero Experience
  • The Heritage
  • The Avenell

As well as Arsenal club level tickets, each package offers a range of perks, from complimentary champagne to meet-and-greets with an Arsenal legend.

Is there a Dress Code for Arsenal Club Level?

Club Level dress code is smart/casual, accepting jeans and Arsenal shirts but prohibiting torn denim, sports shorts, and away team shirts.

Can I Buy Arsenal Tickets outside the EU?

Yes, you can buy Arsenal tickets securely online from outside the European Union from the secondary sellers that we recommend on our site, even if box office tickets are sold out.

Where is the Best Place to Sit in Emirates Stadium?

For the atmosphere, head to the North Bank and Clock End, while the East Stand and West Stand offer the best views. For a clearer idea of where to sit, look through the Emirates Stadium seating plan.

About Arsenal Tickets 2024-25

Known for innovation, a sense of tradition, and a touch of class, Arsenal are a club like no other in the Premier League.

In 1931 Arsenal became the first London team to win a top-flight title, and in 2003-04 became the first team in the history of the Premier League to go an entire season unbeaten.

As of today, they have won the third-most top-flight league titles (13) and hold the record for most FA Cup wins (14).

Arsenal are known for their iconic red shirts with white sleeves, and for sticking with their managers for a long time. The Gunners have a reputation for an entertaining, technical style first introduced by the long-term previous manager Arsène Wenger in the 1990s.

A Whirlwind Tour through Arsenal’s History

Foundation and Herbert Chapman Years

Arsenal Football Club was founded in 1886 by munitions workers at the Royal Arsenal in Woolwich, south-east London. The club joined the Football League in 1893 and reached the First Division in 1904. In 1913, to boost the team’s popularity, Arsenal relocated from south-east London to Highbury, just north of central London.

Since promotion in 1919, the club has never been relegated from the top flight of English football. Arsenal’s first real period of success began in 1925 when the club appointed legendary manager, Herbert Chapman.

He is remembered as one of football’s great innovators, modernising both Arsenal and the English game. One Chapman innovation was the WM formation, similar to today’s 3-4-3, which dominated English football from the mid-1920s until the late 1960s.

Arsenal also wore their famous red shirts with white sleeves for the first time under Chapman. In 1932 Chapman ordered the club to install floodlights in Highbury’s new West Stand. These were the first floodlights at any English football stadium. Chapman also helped change the name of Gillespie Road Tube station to “Arsenal”, introduced numbered shirts for the first time, and advocated for white footballs instead of the traditional tan colour.

Chapman died from pneumonia in 1934 after attending an Arsenal third team match with a cold. In his time at the club, he achieved three league titles, an FA Cup and three charity shields, but his legacy extends far beyond club honours.

Double-Winning Season and George Graham

Arsenal achieved a clutch of titles in the post-war years, but the most remarkable spell came under manager Bertie Mee, hired in 1966. He took over when the club was enduring a long spell of mid-table anonymity and gradually lifted its profile.

He won Arsenal’s first European trophy with the defunct Inter Cities Fairs Cup in 1969-70, and followed this up with an historic league and cup double in 1970-71. With the likes of Frank McLintock, Pat Rice, Charlie George and George Graham, this is regarded as one of the club’s greatest ever teams.

After that came an 18-year period of mediocrity, punctuated by a dramatic FA Cup win in 1978-79 against Manchester United.

George Graham, one of the stars of Arsenal’s 1970-71 double season, was hired as manager in 1986 and changed the club’s fortunes. A taskmaster on the training ground, Graham drilled Arsenal with defensive structure. Arsenal played a rigid 4-4-2, with an offside trap that ran like clockwork. Neutral fans found the style boring, but Arsenal used it as the foundation for a period of success.

Arsenal won the EFL Cup for the first time in 1987 and improved in the league until 1988-89, when they won the First Division with the last kick of the game on the final day, in a dramatic showdown against title rivals Liverpool. This is regarded as the single greatest moment in the club’s history.

Another league title followed in 1991, and as time went on, Graham’s Arsenal became increasingly defensive, which made them formidable cup opponents. They won a domestic cup double in 1992-93 and went on to lift the European Cup Winners’ Cup in 1993-94, beating PSG and Parma along the way. This remains the club’s greatest European achievement.

The Arsène Wenger Years

Arsenal’s longest-serving manager took over in autumn 1996 and transformed a club that had slipped a little. With the help of fresh training methods, strict dietary requirements and up-and-coming French players, Wenger brought an exciting counter-attacking style.

Stars like Dennis Bergkamp and Tony Adams found a whole new level, while long-serving squad players like Martin Keown and Ray Parlour became international footballers.

Arsenal won the league and cup double in 1997-98, in Wenger’s first full season. After a rebuild, another double followed in 2001-02, paving the way for Wenger and Arsenal’s greatest achievement.

Led by the likes of Thierry Henry, Robert Pires and Sol Campbell, the Arsenal Invincibles Squad did not lose a single league game on their way to the league title in 2003-04. This proved to be the high point of Wenger’s Arsenal career.

Two years later the club moved from their historic home ground at Highbury to the new Emirates Stadium, which brought a financial strain to the club. For the next decade Arsenal tightened their budgets, developing young players like Cesc Fabregas and Robin van Persie, and selling them for a profit.

Arsenal remained a part of the top four and constantly qualified for the Champions League, until 2017 when they slipped down to 5th, and then 6th the following season, when Wenger finally retired.

Arsenal in the 2020s

When Wenger departed Arsenal in 2018 after 22 years, the club had a straight choice: They could hire former captain Mikel Arteta, who was an assistant at Manchester City, or opt for an experienced manager with proven credentials.

They chose the latter in Unai Emery, who had just completed a spell at PSG. Things went well at first, with a long unbeaten run in the first few months. But a limited squad and communication problems soon took their toll. Arsenal slumped at the end of 2018-19, falling out of the Champions League places and getting thrashed by Chelsea in the Europa League final.

The poor form spilled over to 2019-20, and Emery was sacked in November with Arsenal in mid-table. This time Arteta was chosen, and he set about the difficult task of rebuilding the squad and instituting a new style against the backdrop of the Covid-19 pandemic.

After two difficult campaigns Arsenal’s faith in Arteta started to pay off with a 5th place finish in 2021-22. The following season a young Arsenal team surprised everyone with a spirited title push that eventually fell away in the spring, but achieved 2nd place finish and Champions League qualification.

The club’s position at the upper end of the table was consolidated the following season when Arsenal pushed Manchester City to the final day of the season, falling short of the title by just two points.

Arsenal Nicknames

Arsenal’s main nickname is The Gunners. This goes back to when the club was founded in 1886 by munitions workers at the Royal Arsenal complex in Woolwich, southeast London.

Arsenal FC supporters also call themselves “The Gooners”, which comes from Gunners and was adopted in the rowdy days of the 1970s.

The famous Arsenal team that won the Premier League in 2003-04 without losing a single game, is remembered as The Invincibles.

Arsenal Stadium Information

Emirates Stadium is located in Holloway, London, England. With a capacity of 60,260 it is the fourth-largest football stadium in England.

The only larger stadiums are Wembley, Old Trafford, and Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The address is Hornsey Rd, London N7 7AJ. For information on exactly where to sit, please check out our Emirates Stadium seating plan.

You don’t need to be an Arsenal member to take part in an Arsenal stadium tour. There’s a wide variety of Arsenal stadium tour tickets available. These run the gamut from a behind-the-scenes tour (£30) to a VIP Legend Experience in the company of an Arsenal hero like David Seaman.

Arsenal Historic Accomplishments

Arsenal’s major honours include:

  • 13 League Trophies
  • 14 FA Cups*
  • 2 EFL Cups
  • 1 UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup (now defunct)
  • 1 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup (now defunct)

*It’s worth noting that Arsenal hold more FA Cups than any other team.

Arsenal’s Current League

Arsenal currently plays football in the Premier League, the top flight of the English football pyramid. Since rejoining the top flight in 1919, Arsenal have never been relegated, and this is the longest spell in the top flight.

Arsenal Past Season Results

In 2023-24, Arsenal took the title race to the final day of the season but finished two points below Manchester City. The Gunners broke their Premier League club records for goals and matches won.

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Famous Arsenal Players

Some of the best players in Premier League history have played for Arsenal. From Thierry Henry to Dennis Bergkamp and Patrick Vieira, these players have lit up the pitch and entertained fans all over the world.

Henry is easily one of the best players to ever wear an Arsenal shirt. He is the club's all-time leading scorer and was part of two Premier League-winning teams. He was also voted Footballer of the Year three times and is the only player in the history of the Premier League to register 20+ goals and 20+ assists in the same season (2002/03).

The Dutch technician, Bergkamp, is another Arsenal legend. He scored 120 goals for the club and was part of three Premier League-winning sides. Famous for his touch and vision, he is considered one of the greatest players to play in England and was named Footballer of the Year in 2002.

Completing this trio is French midfielder Patrick Vieira, who was the heartbeat of Arsenal’s league-winning teams under Arsène Wenger in the late 1990s and early 2000s. He combined a combative style with athletic prowess, technical ability and vision.

Before Wenger arrived in 1996, Arsenal were known for being gritty and defensively solid. Wenger built his 1998 title-winning team on the foundation of a strong defensive backline, made up of the likes of Tony Adams, David Seaman, Martin Keown and Lee Dixon.

Arsenal’s Biggest Rivalries

Arsenal’s two biggest rivalries are with Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United. After that, every match against a London team, whether it’s Chelsea or West Ham United, is a derby.

Tottenham Hotspur

Arsenal's biggest rival is without doubt Tottenham Hotspur. The two clubs are based just a few miles from each other in North London, and enjoy one of the fiercest rivalries in English football. Arsenal and Spurs have met more than 200 times, and the fixtures between them are always eagerly anticipated by fans of both clubs.

The mutual dislike between the teams has deep roots. In 1913, Arsenal relocated from Woolwich in southeast London to Highbury in the north. Tottenham Hotspur still see Arsenal as interlopers, and not a real North London club.

The intense rivalry heated up in 1919, when the old First Division was expanded after the First World War. With the help of some alleged bribery, Arsenal secured enough votes to earn a place in the top league at Tottenham’s expense. Arsenal have never been relegated since that day.

Manchester United

Arsenal’s other main rivalry is with Manchester United. Matches between the two clubs are always intense. During a match in 1990, a mass brawl broke out on the pitch, resulting in a two-point deduction for Arsenal. Arsenal won the league that season anyway.

Later, in the late 1990s and early 2000s, the two teams battled for all of the domestic English titles. Off the pitch, managers Arsène Wenger and Alex Ferguson maintained a long-running war of words in the media.

On the pitch, famous Premier League midfielders Roy Keane and Patrick Vieira typified the rivalry with physical confrontations and a lot of intensity.

Arsenal 2024-25 Schedule

Where Are Arsenal Playing this Season?

Arsenal will be travelling to the following stadiums in the Premier League this season:

Villa Park in Birmingham

Vitality Stadium in Bournemouth

Community Stadium in Brentford

Amex Stadium in Brighton

Stamford Bridge home of Chelsea in Fulham

Selhurst Park home of Crystal Palace in South London

Goodison Park home of Everton in Liverpool

Craven Cottage in Fulham

Portman Road in Ipswich

King Power Stadium in Leicester

Anfield in Liverpool

Etihad Stadium in Manchester

Old Trafford in Manchester

St James’ Park in Newcastle

The City Ground in Nottingham

St Mary’s Stadium in Southampton

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London

London Stadium home of West Ham in East London

Molineux Stadium in Wolverhampton

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