Home of Arsenal Football Club
Eventmasters are delighted to offer a wide range of VIP & Corporate Hospitality Packages at Emirates Stadium for major sporting events in 2023/24.
Since 2006, Arsenal has called Emirates Stadium their home. This replaced the previous stadium at Highbury which only had a capacity of 38,419 people. Accomplishing the mission for expansion, Emirates is able to hold 60,260, making it the fourth largest football stadium in England.
Three years after its opening, Arsenal fans requested for the new stadium to undergo a programme of ‘Arsenalisation’. The Gunners felt as though the stadium needed a further injection of Arsenal aesthetics. In a bid to please the fans, white seats were installed in the pattern of the cannon shown in the club’s crest. A shrine was also erected at the front of the stadium, which included every player to have ever played for Arsenal, entitled ‘The Spirit of Highbury’.
Arsenal has proved themselves to be tenacious contenders within the Premier League. The Club has won 13 League titles, 13 FA Cups, 2 League Cups, 15 FA Community Shields, 1 League Centenary Trophy, 1 UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup and 1 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup!
Fans can look forward to a matchday experience like no other with VIP and hospitality tickets for the 2023/24 Premier League and other exciting events with Eventmasters at Emirates Stadium.
Emirates Stadium Hospitality
Eventmasters are delighted to offer amazing hospitality packages at Emirates Stadium. For further details, please click the hospitality button below.
Witnessing The Gunners at the impressive Emirates Stadium is always a thrilling event.Come and enjoy the 2023/24 Premier League fixtures at the Emirates Stadium with our Official Arsenal VIP Hospitality Packages. You will receive outstanding match day tickets to see Arsenal FC in action, combined with a memorable football hospitality experience with a choice of two of our packages: Club Arsenal Package or The Superbox Package.
Don’t hesitate to purchase your tickets today to watch The Gunners in action! Head over to our hospitality page to discover our range of Arsenal hospitality packages.
Emirates Stadium – Upcoming Fixtures
Travelling to Emirates Stadium
Please use the Google map provided for further information.
How do I get to Emirates Stadium by car?
You are recommended not to arrive at the Emirates Stadium by car, and only those with resident’s permits will be allowed to park on the street. If you are in possession of a Blue Badge, you can apply to park in the Emirates Stadium’s car park as long as you have a valid match ticket.
How do I get to Emirates Stadium by tube?
There are three Tube stations located close to the Emirates Stadium. One is ‘Arsenal’ on the Piccadilly Line, just a three-minute walk from the ground. Note that there is no step free access.
Then there is Finsbury Park, located on the Victoria and Piccadilly Lines as well as via the Great Northern Railway. The station is approximately a 10 minute walk away, and it is wheelchair accessible.
Finally, the Highbury & Islington station (Victoria Line, North London Line and Great Northern Rail) is 10 minutes from the Emirates Stadium. This station is also wheelchair accessible.
How do I get to Emirates Stadium by train?
Two train stations are located close to the Emirates Stadium. One is King’s Cross Station which connects to the national rail and many underground lines. The Piccadilly Line to Arsenal Station and the Victoria Line to the Highbury & Islington Station are available from King’s Cross. This station is also accessible by wheelchair. The Overground is another station you can use, where Finsbury Park Station will be one stop away.
How do I get to Emirates Stadium by bus?
There are a plethora of bus stops located near the Emirates Stadium. Such bus stops are on Holloway Road, Nag’s Head, Seven Sisters Road, Blackstock Road and Highbury Corner. ALL Transport for London bus routes is wheelchair accessible, with priority seats also available.
Emirates Stadium FAQs
Can I purchase hospitality for Arsenal home games in the 2023/24 Premier League season?
Our VIP Hospitality for all of Arsenal’s home games this season is now available. Prices will, of course, depend on the fixture and the package that you select.
Is the Emirates Stadium a cashless venue?
Yes, this stadium is entirely cashless. Card payment is accepted at all bars, restaurants, kiosks, programme sellers and retail outlets.
What accessibility features are available at the Emirates Stadium?
There is a Disability Liaison team available to help on matchdays. There are accessible viewing areas in the lower and upper tiers and on club level. There are sensory rooms, accessible toilets, audio description matchday commentary and an audio matchday programme. Guide Dogs are allowed, and there are guide dog toilet facilities available.
What is the dress code for the hospitality areas?
You can wear casual clothing or your Arsenal shirt at the seated club level, but if you bring any guests for your VIP Hospitality, you must dress with sophistication. For men, this is a button-up shirt and black tie attire. For the Ladies, this is formal daywear. Away team colours are NOT permitted.
Do I need to be a season ticket holder to buy your VIP Hospitality Packages?
No, you do NOT need to be a season ticket holder to purchase our VIP Arsenal Hospitality Packages.
More about Emirates Stadium
History of the stadium
The initial home for the club was Arsenal Stadium but, due to its location, was often simply known as Highbury. The stadium opened on 6th September 1913 but, despite two renovations, the club eventually outgrew the venue and headed over to the new Emirates stadium in 2006. The beloved Highbury was eventually converted into flats and is now known as Highbury Square.
Arsenal actually won the First Divison and the Premier League 13 times and the FA Cup 10 times. Back in the 2003/04 season, The Gunners broke the record for the longest unbeaten run in all of the competitions over a season of 38 games! After this, they were known as ‘The Invincibles’.
They are also the only football club that has gone the longest in the Premier League season without being relegated! The club was last relegated back in WW1 over 90 years ago.
Facilities and structure
The Emirates Stadium is called a modern ‘bowl’ and this means that each of the stands in the stadium has the same amount of tiers. The four stands in the stadium are called The North Bank, East Stand, The Clock End (Stand) and The West Stand. The stadium was made into a compact ‘bowl’ shape due to the location of the ground. The stadium is located in a residential area which becomes very overcrowded when match days are taking place due to the club’s popularity. The design of the stadium ensures that it can meet capacity demands, Arsenals aim was to build a modern stadium with modern facilities.
The stadium has been used for a number of uses other than sport. In 2008, the stadium played host to a summit between Gordon Brown and Nicolas Sarkozy. Furthermore, the venue has also hosted several concerts, including Bruce Springsteen, Arctic Monkeys Green Day and Coldplay.
X-Factor and Britain’s Got Talent have both held auditions at the stadium.
Emirates Stadium is a fantastic venue for witnessing top quality football and ensuring your guests experience the game in style.
Eventmasters proudly offer VIP tickets for Arsenal fixtures as well as the finest hospitality packages. Take a look at the 2023/24 Arsenal hospitality page now.
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