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INFO The Emirates Stadium, or known less formally as “The Emirates” is located on an estate in Ashburton Grove in North London. The stadium houses the Arsenal Football Club and seats 60,361 fans, making it the third biggest... ... read more

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Emirates Stadium Information

Emirates Stadium - Stadium in London.

The Emirates Stadium, or known less formally as “The Emirates” is located on an estate in Ashburton Grove in North London. The stadium houses the Arsenal Football Club and seats 60,361 fans, making it the third biggest football stadium in England and fourth largest throughout the entire United Kingdom. Events at the Emirates Stadium include many music concerts, football matches with international teams like the Brazil national football team, and in 2015 the Emirates Stadium is set to host the Rugby World Cup.

Before making its home in Ashburton Grove, Arsenal had wanted to expand its stadium for quite some time. In August 2002, upon finally relocating and beginning to work on the stadium, financial troubles caused Arsenal to halt the project until February 2004. After gaining sponsorship, the stadium was completed in July 2006 for around £390 million.

Emirates Stadium User Reviews

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Brilliant and insane
Craig B. Dec 9, 2012
A friend of mine managed to score tickets to an Arsenal-Chelsea match at the Emirates and took me along to make sure he got home alive. To dispel any worries you might have just let me say, mission accomplished. But the match itself was absolutely insane. Chelsea ended up besting Arsenal 3-0, but it was a spirited match and the fans certainly didn't hold back. As I'm sure is the case with most Premier League teams and stadiums, the miles surrounding the venue are full of drunken fans singing anthems and shouting slurred insults about the opposition. But Emirates Stadium has got to be one of the best around. Definitely not to be missed. Go Gunners!
Different to Highbury but still pretty impressive
Alisa S. Nov 3, 2012
The first thing you notice about the Emirates is just how MASSIVE the place is, all glassy and modern looking, especially in comparison to Arsenal's former home Highbury (just around the corner) with its old-school Art Deco features. Inside, there is no longer the closeness to the pitch that Highbury had, which took some getting used to for many Arsenal fans, but in a positive way. The seats are larger - and even padded - than other football grounds which also took a bit of getting use to in not being cramped for two hours watching a game, but the added luxury comes at a price of the most expensive tickets in the league. Unless you're a season ticket holder (and that has a long waiting list in itself), getting to see an Arsenal match against the major clubs (and for the North London derby) here is pretty unlikely though there are often opportunities throughout the year to catch a game even for non members. From near close to the pitch to the upper tiers, you would be able get a good view from pretty much anywhere.
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