Book Your Arsenal FC: Emirates Stadium Tour Tickets

Joan Agie
Sep 26, 2023 By Joan Agie
Originally Published on Sep 26, 2023
Book Your Arsenal FC: Emirates Stadium Tour Tickets

Gooners will relish the chance to explore their favourite stadium in all its entirety and that's just what this Emirates Stadium tour entitles you to.

Get on this behind-the-scenes self-guided tour of your favourite stadium and explore the players' tunnel, check out the home dugout, press conference room, directors' box, and later the beautiful Arsenal museum.

Your audio guide will include the voices of Charlie George, Lee Dixon, and Nigel Mitchell, who will talk about their match day experiences, the history of the stadium and the club, and much more.

See some spectacular never-seen-before footage of match day, the tour cam, 360-degree footage, click a picture in front of the FA Cup (for a fee), and become nostalgic at the presence of this great club.

On this self-guided audio Emirates Stadium tour, you get entry to the stadium, the museum, access to all the interactive areas, and a lot more.

The audio guide is even available in nine languages. Walk where the legends of Arsenal Football Club do and become a part of the history of this beautiful team.

Book Emirates Stadium tour tickets in London today.

About the Emirates Stadium Tour

What is Emirates Stadium famous for?

Emirates Stadium in London has been known by many different names, including Arsenal Stadium and Ashburton Grove. Emirates Stadium got its name as Emirates is the sponsor for the club and has the naming rights of the stadium. Emirates Stadium is the home of Arsenal Football Club and is known all over the world.

We all know Wembley Stadium is the largest stadium in England, but at 60,260 capacity, Emirates Stadium is also massive, and the fourth largest in the country. Old Trafford of Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur Stadium of Spurs takes second and third position.

In 1997 Arsenal decided to move to a new stadium when they weren't allowed to expand the club's old stadium, Highbury of London. Arsenal FC even decided that they would buy Wembley, but later bought the site in Ashburton Grove in 2000.

In 2001, the council approved the construction of the new stadium. In 2002, the relocation began, but due to financial issues, the work was delayed until February 2004.

Emirates was then announced as the new sponsor. In 2006, the entire stadium in London was completed, so it's now a little over 15 years old.

Emirates Stadium has also hosted many musical concerts and international matches apart from the usual match day of Arsenal Football Club.

What is included in the Emirates Stadium tour?

This is your chance to see the behind-the-scenes areas of Arsenal FC. Many Arsenal superstars will share their experiences of match day with you.

Take your place in the dressing room, and changing rooms, walk down the players' tunnel just like Bukayo Saka and Martin Odegaard do, and be a star for the day as you imagine 60,000-odd fans cheering your name.

The tour cam will show you footage of never-seen-before moments while the shirt cam will show you stats and highlights of the legendary moments of the players.

Your audio guide in this self-guided audio Emirates Stadium tour will give you access to languages like English, Dutch, Spanish, Portuguese, German, French, Italian, Japanese, Chinese, and British Sign Language. You'll also be provided with interactive handsets with touchscreen and large screens to view.

You visit the Arsenal Museum next, where the club's history at all of its stadiums is shown. There are many exciting exhibits inside the Arsenal Museum which was established in 1886.

You will find many items inside the museum which were donated by former players of the club who have a great history attached.

You will find the goalkeeper gloves of Jens Lehmann which he wore in every match of the best season of Arsenal in the Premier League. There are also items like the boots of Michael Thomas and the FA Cup final shirt of Charlie George.

Walk around the Arsenal Museum and you will also find 20 displays showing the glowing history of Arsenal and two stunning video theatres.

What can I expect from this tour?

Emirates Stadium in London has a lot to see, from the player dressing rooms, physio room, press room, dugout, tunnel, director's box, diamond club, and more. You'll also get to see the stunning Arsenal Museum on this tour, which is helpful to learn about the history of the club.

There are benches in Armoury Square where you can sit leisurely and enjoy your drinks and food while looking at the Emirates Stadium and Armoury Store.

There are even other stadium tours you can go to, like the Old Trafford tour, Anfield tour, Etihad Stadium tour, and more. Did you know that the Etihad Stadium (home of Manchester City FC) is owned by the Manchester City Council?

What age is this tour suitable for?

This Etihad Stadium tour is suitable for everyone, however, adults must accompany children on this tour in London.

How long does this tour take?

The Etihad Stadium tour takes around two hours to complete.

When is the best time to visit Emirates Stadium?

You can visit all around the year.

Directions, Venue Info, And Attendee FAQs

Where is the meeting point for an Emirates Stadium tour?

The address of the location is Emirates Stadium, Hornsey Road, N7 7AJ, London.

How do I get to Emirates Stadium?

Take the A5203 to reach the destination in the shortest possible time if you're travelling by car.

Drayton Park and Finsbury Park are the nearest train stations.

Arsenal is the nearest tube station.

Holloway Road is the nearest bus stop, along with Highbury Corner. Buses 30, 17, 91, 259, and 393 run through these stops.

When should I arrive at the meeting point?

There's no set time for the tour. The gates open at 10 a.m.

Where can I park?

There is a car park available at the stadium. Waitrose car park is also close by.

Where are the toilet facilities at Emirates Stadium?

There are many toilets all over the place. 38 accessible toilets are available along with a changing place accessible toilet.

Is this tour accessible?

The tour is accessible.

Where can I eat nearby?

Some popular recommendations are Little Wonder Cafe, Xi'an Impression, Alcedo Bistro & Bar, and Strong Grub.

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Written by Joan Agie

Bachelor of Science specializing in Human Anatomy

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Joan AgieBachelor of Science specializing in Human Anatomy

With 3+ years of research and content writing experience across several niches, especially on education, technology, and business topics. Joan holds a Bachelor’s degree in Human Anatomy from the Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria, and has worked as a researcher and writer for organizations across Nigeria, the US, the UK, and Germany. Joan enjoys meditation, watching movies, and learning new languages in her free time.

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