Emirates Stadium

Emirates Stadium - Women's Matchday Guide

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Getting to Emirates Stadium

Emirates Stadium is extremely well served by public transport - click here to read our comprehensive guide on how to get to Emirates Stadium. 

Please note: For some games Holloway Road station will be exit-only before the match and closed for up to 2 hours after the match and pre-match eastbound trains are non-stopping. Please check the TFL Website before you travel to check any potential disruptions.

 

Arriving at the stadium

We strongly recommend that all supporters arrive a minimum of 60 minutes before kick-off to avoid queues and delays entering the stadium. Emirates Stadium can be accessed by the North Bank Bridge, Clock End Bridge or the stairs by the Armoury megastore as shown on the map below. If coming from Arsenal tube station, we encourage supporters to use the Clock End Bridge by the Arsenal letters as it’s just a short walk from the North Bank Bridge but is often much quieter. 

what3words 

Supporters can use what3words to help find meeting points and precise locations at the venue, such as the ticket office, bridges, entrances/exits and other key locations. Every 3m square has been given a unique combination of three words: a what3words address. Click here to find out more.

Emirates Stadium Quadrant Guide

Ticket Information

All tickets will be emailed to fans as a PDF attachment. We recommend that fans scan these on their phones at the turnstiles, however they can also be printed out. Tickets which were purchased before the date of the game was confirmed may show the incorrect date, but they will still be valid for the game. 

Arsenal Women Season Ticket Cards will not work at the Emirates. 

Bag Policy

We strongly advise supporters not to bring bags to Emirates Stadium unless absolutely necessary. Any bags larger than A5 (a standard rucksack / handbag) will not be permitted. All bags will be subject to search which will delay your entry to the stadium. Luggage storage facilities are available at London King's Cross station if required.

Please take a moment to check the full list of prohibited items before you travel to the stadium and ensure you plan your journey accordingly to avoid queues ahead of kick-off.

 

Children at the Emirates 

For those with children attending the game, please note that all babies and young children are required to have their own ticket. Children who are under 14 years of age must also be accompanied by an adult aged 18 or over when attending the match. Buggies and prams are not permitted in the stadium. 

Children aged 3 and under are not permitted to sit in the following rows when attending fixtures at Emirates Stadium: 

  • Lower Tier - Rows 1-20 
  • Club Level - Row 1 
  • Upper Tier - Row 1 

If you have purchased a seat for a child 3 and under in the above sections please go to the Match Day Box Office next to the Armoury on matchday and a member of our team will assist in relocating your seats. Please note the box office will be open from 3 hours before kick off. 

We also recommend that young children do not sit in the first two rows so they might see better the on-pitch action. 

Food and Drink

There is a wide-ranging selection of food and beverage options, catering to all dietary requirements, on offer at Emirates Stadium, click here to find out more information about what's available to purchase on match days. 

 

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