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Date

Aug 13 2022

Time

15:00

Location

Emirates Stadium

Arsenal v Leicester Hospitality Packages, VIP Tickets & Events

Arsenal face a tricky tie against Leicester City in their first home game of the 22/23 season. This game has been confirmed as a 3pm kick off on the Saturday.

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Club Level

Ticket-only package
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  • Reserved premium seat behind the goals/on the corner flags on Club Level
  • Exclusive VIP entrance to the Club level
  • Full access to the range of bars, restaurants and lounges on Club Level
  • Option to book hospitality subject to availability
  • Complimentary drink at half time

Club Arsenal

Hospitality Package
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  • Premium match seats in a shared Executive Box
  • Private table pre-match in our exclusive Foundry restaurant (groups of 4 or above)
  • Champagne upon arrival
  • Pre-match three-course dining
  • Half-time and post-match refreshments
  • Complimentary selected wines, beers and soft drinks throughout the entire matchday
  • Official matchday programme for each guest

The Heritage

Hospitality Package
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  • Premium Club Level match seats situated in the midfield area
  • Private table in our exclusive The WM restaurant
  • Signature cocktail on arrival
  • Five-course à la carte meal
  • Half-time and post-match refreshments
  • Complimentary drinks throughout the entire matchday including champagne, house spirits, premium wines, beers and soft drinks
  • Official matchday programme for each guest

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Contact us today to enquire about our hospitality packages and VIP tickets.

FAQs

We answer some of your questions on Emirates Stadium

At Events Hospitality, we provide Club Level tickets for all Arsenal games at The Emirates. These can be ticket only or include hospitality if required. You can view the packages available for each game on the event page or email us on [email protected] for any requests.

At Arsenal we sell tickets for every Premier League, Cup and European home game. If there are other events at The Emirates we can get access, so please do contact us on [email protected] to help.

At Events Hospitality we only offer premium tickets and official hospitality packages. We also only sell tickets or packages that we have in hand, to ensure availability for our clients (many companies out there will sell the tickets and then attempt to procure them afterwards to fulfil the order).

We know how stressful it can be trying to work out which companies are genuine, especially when there are so many out there. As one of the newer ones, we also know how much harder we have to work to prove ourselves. That’s why we offer a 100% money back guarantee if we don’t deliver your tickets. To ensure you’re dealing with a reputable company please call us on 0208 053 0278 to ask any questions, or view more information about us here.

Wherever you are buying your tickets from, make sure you do your research. Take a look at online reviews, ask to speak to previous customers or verify with the venue that the company you are using are official hospitality agents.

Bags over A4 size are now allowed. All bags will be searched, as will each person on entry. There are no bag storage areas in the Stadium.

All tickets for Arsenal games are e-tickets, sent via email around 5-7 days before the event. There may be some occasions these are paper tickets, which will either be posted to you or collected at the Stadium, but these are rare occasions.

This will be explained to you during the purchase, they will be located on Club Level at The Emirates. You can see Stadium maps at the bottom of the page to see each block.

Every person, regardless of age, must have a ticket for the game. Any children 14 or under must be accompanied by an adult, particularly in hospitality areas. Children under 3 cannot be in Row 1 of Club Level.

At Events Hospitality we provide Club Level tickets, which are the premium tickets for Arsenal games. We don’t sell general admission tickets. As standard, the package is a VIP ticket for Arsenal games, with the option to add hospitality on top of this. If you have any specific questions on a package please email [email protected] and we will be able to help.

The cost of Club tickets for Arsenal differ for each game and are dependant on the opponent and competition. Where possible we list price on our website, but if you require a quote for a game please contact us on 0208 053 0278 to enquire.

Yes, we can help with these. If you are interested in an away game for Arsenal then please email us on [email protected] for availability.

The Emirates is extremely well served by public transport. Highbury & Islington, Arsenal and Finsbury Park are all within walking distance. You could also come from Holloway Road. These lines are well served on the tube, but just bear in mind the stations get busy before and after each game. There are also several buses around the Stadium.

Driving is a lot more challenging to get to The Emirates, as is getting a taxi near the ground. As its largely residential and in London, parking is limited.

The Emirates is a modern, well-designed Stadium, with excellent facilities throughout. The Club Level, which is the Hospitality level, spans the whole level and has extensive hospitality lounges and areas. Our packages give full access to this level, with options to add dining and hospitality on top of this. Please email [email protected] to discuss the options.

The dress code for Club Level is casual. Jeans and club shirts are allowed, although they don’t allow torn jeans, sports shoes or away shirts.

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Stadium Guide

A Guide to Emirates Stadium

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Emirates Guide - Intro

Introduction

When you mention The Emirates Stadium, it will conjur mixed emotions for not only Arsenal fans, but for anyone who has had the pleasure of visiting. A fantastic stadium, with excellent facilities inside and out, it none the less has a reputation for a more ‘sedate’ atmosphere during matches. Arsenal fans will dispute this, but may have more trouble putting up a robust defence of some of the football they have witnessed since Highbury was replaced.

A brief history

Built in 2006, The Emirates was a direct replacement for the hallowed Highbury ground that proceeded it. The future forward design and impressive quality of the stadium helped cushion the blow of losing Highbury. The Emirates corporate sponsored name wasn’t immediately popular, but has since become synonymous with the ground.

The original Highbury went through many iterations from its initial construction in 1913, including rebuilding damage from both World Wars. Its capacity all-seated was 38,000 but achieved its biggest attendance of 73,295 in a game against Sunderland in 1935. Typically of Arsenal, the game ended in a 0-0 draw. Since 2006, the area where Highbury once sat has now been redeveloped into luxury flats (this is London after all), which preserved some of the features of the original stadium.

Emirates - Brief history
Emirates Guide - quick facts

Quick Facts

With a capacity of 61,000, The Emirates was the biggest club Stadium in London for several years, now trumped by a certain North London rivals new ground (although at £390m, it cost nearly a 3rd to build). It’s a four-tiered round bowl, which has won several design awards and uses its exterior to draw on its Arsenal’s history, with several statues and visual celebrations of its previous players, which are actually quite interesting.

While Thierry Henry was the last person to score a hattrick at Highbury (in its last ever game no less), Jay Simpson holds the honour of scoring the first hattrick at The Emirates.

Why go?

Largely because you’re an Arsenal fan…or an away fan…

In all seriousness, its ‘Club’ level hospitality still ranks as one of the best in the country, with plenty of excellent options. It also a generally all-round good experience, being easy to get to, with several great areas around it and a well-designed stadium itself. We’ll wait to see how Arsenal fare this season before commenting any further on the matchday viewing.

Emirates- Why go
Arsenal - Facilities

What are the facilities like?

The Emirates certainly ranks in the top few Premiership stadiums, in our opinion. From the approach it looks impressive on the walk up (even more so when you consider its built in a heavily residential area). The facilities still feel modern and upmarket, while retaining a ‘proper’ football feel, including several nods to Highbury and Arsenal’s history. The concourse is wide and open with plenty of bars and eateries. While the quality of beer has improved with their partnership with Camden, just remember you’re in London, so will pay London prices. On top of this, The Emirates really comes into its own with the matchday viewing – seats are padded, with plenty of legroom and there isn’t a bad view in the house.

What are the premium tickets, VIP and Hospitality options?

With The Emirate’s ‘Club’ Level being one of the largest corporate areas in the Premier League, some might say this contributes to the reputation of its quiet atmosphere. We’re a big fan however and think the hospitality packages available for Arsenal games are some of the best in football.

The Club Level runs around the whole of the middle tier of the Stadium, covering about 7,000 seats. It houses most of the premium options, from informal lounges and bars available to all Club level attendees, to a variety of buffet, sit-down and formal restaurants that need to be pre-booked. Sitting above Club Level, there are 146 Executive Boxes, for 10, 12 or 15 guests. These are smaller than some grounds (Wembley, many racecourses) but more than hold their own in terms of size against other Premier League grounds.

There is a lot to choose from in terms of VIP experiences at The Emirates, so if you’re looking for packages then do give us a call on 0208 053 0278 to discuss. For many, spending the day on Club Level will be the right way to do it, with just enough luxury to their football experience. For those looking for a more comprehensive option, The Heritage package will work well. Eating in The WM restaurant is a fine-dining experience, with a five course a la carte meal, alongside inclusive champagne, cocktails, spirits, beer and wine. There aren’t many better options in football, especially with halfway line seats included.

Finally, if you can’t decide between Club and Box level, the Club Arsenal package gives you a dining experience in The Foundry, before taking your seats for the game in one of the Executive Boxes. It’s a compromise option, with a bit of walking between the two, but luxury at both ends.

Arsenal - VIP facilities
Arsenal - how to get there

How to get to there?

The Emirates is one of the best connected stadiums around, with plenty of travel routes. Crossing off the worst one first, driving is a bit of a nightmare. As with other London grounds, its residential, roads get closed and parking is limited. In short, you’ll struggle to do it, so if you do want to drive then we recommend parking further out and getting the tube in – many people do this from Cockfosters.

In terms of tubes, The Emirates is served by Arsenal, Hollway Road (both Piccadilly), Highbury & Islington (Victoria) and Finsbury Park (Piccadilly, Victoria and National Rail). Arsenal is the closest so the best pre-match, although all the others are not much more than 10 minutes away. After the game Arsenal and Holloway Road can sometimes be closed, so either wait a bit or walk to one of the other two with the crowds. There are plenty of buses as well, although traffic can be heavy.

What is the area around The Emirates like?

As we’ve mentioned, its happening. Although we doubt the well-heeled residents enjoy matchday as much as the 60,000 fans.

Where you go will depend on your vibe. Finsbury Park has loads of Arsenal pubs, from The Twelve Pins, to several good solid boozers such as The Arsenal Tavern, Woodbine and Bank of Friendship. Islington is chock full of middle-class cafes, restaurants and bars and somewhere you’ll go if you want a more relaxed and refined pre-match experience. Holloway Road has several more pubs (including your obligatory Wetherspoons) and restaurants, with some excellent international options and Piebury Corner a fans dining favourite.

The Emirates - Whats the area like
The Emirates - how to get tickets

How can I get tickets to The Emirates?

What else can we say, but through Events Hospitality! We offer Club level tickets and hospitality for all Arsenal games at The Emirates. The packages are listed for each event, but any questions just email us on [email protected]

For general admission tickets, the only legitimate way is to buy them through Arsenal themselves. These are for members-only, so you’ll need to sign up and pay the membership fee, or get on the waiting list for a season ticket. This was 40,000 strong last time we heard, although the standard of football may have seen that gone down in recent years…

Best event?

The North London derby remains as competitive as it ever has been and is a massive day. If and when they return, Champions League nights are always special at The Emirates.

Most niche event?

It doesn’t hold many events outside of football and a few concerts, but it does host some local auditions for Britains Got Talent.

Cost

Ranges for just £30 for season ticket holders in general admission to £1500 per person and more for the top hospitality packages at the biggest games.

Type of events

Football & concerts.

Top tip

Every person on Club Level gets a complimentary halftime drink (or more if you can handle it).

If you would like any further information on Club Level tickets or hospitality at Arsenal games, please contact Events Hospitality on [email protected] with any questions or requests.