Arsenal are one of England’s most successful football clubs and our most popular team when it comes to purchasing Arsenal FC tickets from Football Ticket Pad. Arsenal are famed for their luxurious, free flowing brand of football which is fascinating to watch, making ‘The Gunners’ a firm favourite with football purists when it comes to buying Arsenal tickets.
Renowned for having teams that centre on creativity, flair and lightning quick players; they are often a joy to watch and on their day quite simply unplayable. The Gunners boast an impressive history which includes: 13 League titles, 2 League Cups and 12 FA Cups - the most of any English club.
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The Emirates Stadium is the third largest stadium in England behind Wembley and Old Trafford. It is viewed as the benchmark for modern football stadia with it’s bowl design, meaning ‘bad seats’ are difficult to come by when purchasing your Arsenal tickets.
The four stands have inherited the same names as those from their previous stadium, Highbury: North Bank, East Stand, Clock End and West Stand. Customers can choose the stand of their choice when buying Arsenal football tickets and a trip to The Emirates is certainly one not to miss!
Its four-tiered structure consists of a large and shallow lower tier which is set back from the playing surface. A small second tier known as the ‘Club Tier’ has only eight rows and houses numerous hospitality lounges. The third tier is even smaller and consists entirely of 150 Executive Boxes around the stadium. The fourth tier is the upper tier and offers stunning views across The Emirates which are completely unrestricted.
The stadium is just as impressive on the outside. On matchday why not pay a visit to the statues dedicated to managers Herbert Chapman or Arsene Wenger. Or maybe take a look at the Tony Adams, Dennis Bergkamp and Thierry Henry sculptures. The famous Arsenal cannons can also be seen in the South West corner of the stadium outside the club shop.
Perhaps if you are sat at The Clock End why not take a trip down memory lane and visit ‘The Spirit of Highbury’ shrine which lists every player to have played for Arsenal during it 93-year residence.
Emirates Stadium Seating
Clock End / South Stand: The iconic Highbury clock took pride of place on the South Stand when the new stadium opened, however, it has since been replaced by a larger replica. Here fans are sat adjacent to the away support who are housed in the lower tier of the South East corner. Ticket holders are sat behind the goal and Football Ticket Pad has a range of tickets in this section of the stadium. The lower tiers offer more of an atmosphere, therefore short side lower tickets may be the option for you want to be amongst the more ardent Gunners support.
West Stand: This is regarded as Arsenal’s ‘Main Stand’ and is located on the same side as the players tunnel and technical area. This is where a number of our private boxes and Arsenal VIP tickets are housed. Longside Upper and Longside Lower tickets are also available and both ticket options offer exceptional views. On arrival to their turnstile, fans can also catch a glimpse of the Dennis Bergkamp statue outside of the stand.
North Bank: On matchday, Arsenal fans can often be heard singing ‘We’re the North Bank’ and this is one of the most popular places to sit inside the Emirates Stadium. This stand is situated behind the goal at the opposite end to the away supporters.
Here they also have a singing section in blocks 5 and 6 and customers can secure their seats in this part of the stadium for every Arsenal match this season. North Bank Lower tier is where many fans would say the best atmosphere is. The North Stand was renamed The North Bank after the famous stand at Highbury. It is one of the most popular places to sit at the ground and customers can purchase their Shortside Lower tickets if they would like to sit by part of ‘The North Bank.’ faithful.
East Stand: The East Stand offers stunning views of the action especially from the Club Level seats which provide a panoramic unrestricted view of the action and the rest of the iconic stadium. Upper and Lower tier seats are provided by Football Ticket Pad giving customers the choice of their preferred seating. Seats here also provide customers with a clear view of the players emerging from the tunnel as they are sat directly opposite the West Stand.
Season / Members Card: These are reserved seats which are available for every single home match at The Emirates Stadium. Football Ticket Pad customers will receive these their Season/Members Card before the game away from the stadium before returning them after the game in a pre-paid envelope.
E-tickets: Arsenal FC tickets also carry an e-ticket option but this is only applicable for customers purchasing Arsenal VIP hospitality tickets. E-tickets are sent out as an email once payment confirmation is confirmed and customers can then scan the email barcode on entry to the stadium. For example, Football Ticket Pad customers will receive an e-ticket when they purchase their Arsenal VIP Club Level tickets.
Paper tickets: This is the more traditional way of receiving your Arsenal tickets. Once your payment has been confirmed on Football Ticket Pad your tickets are then sent out by post to the address provided in your payment. Customers often receive their AFC tickets 3-4 days prior to the match and they will be sent an email confirmation once their payment has been confirmed and when their tickets have been dispatched. Arsenal ticket holders can then gain entry with their paper ticket at the turnstile at The Emirates Stadium.
Arsenal FC: Last Season
Arsenal had to settle for a second-place finish in the 2015/16 Premier League season after pipping north London rivals, Tottenham Hotspur to second place on the final day of the season, with Leicester City crowned champions.
The Gunners wait for a Premier League title at The Emirates goes on as Arsene Wenger secured a top four finish for the nineteenth consecutive season. The season promised so much for Arsenal but they will certainly look at the positives after finishing as runners-up, their highest place finish since moving to The Emirates in 2006.
Mesut Ozil was the star of the season for Arsenal. The performances of Petr Cech and Hector Bellerin should also be highlighted as they played leading roles in Arsenal’s season. Arsenal had to bare without key players like Alexis Sanchez, Jack Wilshere and Danny Welbeck for the majority of the campaign after their seasons were curtailed by injuries.
This was perhaps Arsenal’s best chance for Premier League success, however, they managed to fall short in a season that promised so much. Early victories against Leicester City at the King Power Stadium and a 3-0 triumph at home to Manchester United looked promising.
Victories also followed against Manchester City but it was defeats against West Bromwich Albion, Southampton, and Swansea City which caused the damage. Not to mention a shock EFL Cup Fourth Round defeat to Sheffield Wednesday. Their Champions League hopes also came to a crushing end with a 5-1 aggregate defeat to a ruthless Barcelona at the last 16 stage.