The club will use the same ticket allocation process as the FA Cup final for the Community Shield match against Manchester City.
Arsenal take on Manuel Pellegrini's side at Wembley Stadium on Sunday, August, 10 (kick-off 3pm) in the traditional curtain-raiser between the league champions and FA Cup winners.
The club has received an official ticket allocation of 25,724 from the Football Association, with ticket prices ranging from £20 to £45.
Due to the expected demand of tickets from our supporters, the club has once again had to implement a ticket allocation process based on the following priority:
1. Current registered members for season 2014/2015 of the Away Scheme (Away Season Ticket Subscription)
2. Current Platinum and Gold registered members for season 2014/15 who have attended three and above away fixtures over the last two consecutive seasons from August 26, 2012 to May 11, 2014.
Season-ticket holders who have attended two or less away fixtures over the last two consecutive seasons from August 26, 2012 to May 11, 2014 can register their interest for remaining available tickets online via Arsenal.com.
Chief executive Ivan Gazidis, said: “We are all looking forward to playing Manchester City in the FA Community Shield at Wembley in August. We have implemented a ticket allocation policy which we feel is as fair to our supporters as possible, but know that many of our loyal supporters will be unable to obtain tickets for this match. We have expressed our disappointment to the FA regarding the ticket allocation for both the FA Cup final and FA Community Shield.”
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