The Club are delighted to announce the installation of a new web cam, which is now transmitting live images on from inside Emirates Stadium. The previous web cam, set up on top of the nearby Harvist Estate's tallest building, enabled viewers to track the external progression of the stadium. However, now the main structure is almost complete, the attention has been switched to the interior of the stadium so that Arsenal fans worldwide can view, in real time, the development of Emirates Stadium from the inside.

Installed at the top of the north west corner's upper terracing, people who log onto the website,, between the hours of 8am and 6pm on weekdays will be able to see live images from the stadium. The new web cam has also been programmed to take a still image of the stadium site every ten minutes.

The external web cam is still in place and will also continue to take images of the stadium every ten minutes enabling the Club to present a time lapse film of the project from start to finish.

Club photographer David Price was recently proving once again he has a head for heights, by snapping the Emirates Stadium site from the top of the last remaining tower crane within the stadium bowl.

Actor, comedian, writer and above all, massive Arsenal fan, Paul Kaye, had a guided tour of Emirates Stadium recently. Paul, whose TV credits include 2,000 Acres of Sky, Spaced, Perfect World and Little Britain has also appeared in a number of feature films, including the starring role in the recent hit 'It's All Gone Pete Tong', but he's perhaps best known for his character Dennis Pennis who famously terrorised celebrities through the 1990s, in fact a DVD of the best bits of Pennis is available now, including loads of extras. Paul writes a monthly column in the Official Arsenal Magazine, and you can read his thoughts on the new stadium in this month's issue, on sale now.

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18 Dec 2005