If you’re new to women’s football or a new supporter of Arsenal, welcome!
Who we are
Arsenal Women are one of the most successful football teams in the Barclay’s FA Women’s Super League.
Amongst our many honours, we’re the first – and so far only – British team to claim the UEFA Women’s Cup (before it was rebranded as the Women’s Champions League).
Find out more about our history
Our current squad
Lead by Head Coach, Jonas Eidevall, our squad features international stars.
You may have seen some of our players representing their country at this summer’s Olympic Games; Kim Little, Vivianne Miedema, Nikita Parris, Leah Williamson and Mana Iwabuchi to name but a few.
Find out more about our squad
Our home ground
We play our home games at Meadow Park, Boreham Wood.
Located near the famous Elstree Studios, the stadium is convenient to travel to by car or public transport. Directions can be found here: How to get to Meadow Park
On matchdays, you can choose either a reserved seat in the Main Stand or unreserved seating or standing in the West Stand, North Terrace or South Terrace.
Tickets go on sale 4 weeks before the game and start from just £8 for adults.
We always advise that you buy in advance as tickets prices increase on the day of the game.
Full ticket details and pricing can be found here: Ticketing Information
Our home matches are usually held at 3pm on a Sunday, however this can often be moved due to broadcasting requirements.
We keep our website up-to-date with all our fixtures: Arsenal Women’s Fixtures
Where can you watch us
Whilst we’d love to have all our fans supporting us in person, we understand that sometimes this is not possible.
From the 2021/22 season, all Barclays FA Women’s Super League games will be broadcast in the UK on Sky Sports, BBC 1, BBC 2 or via The FA Player (free streaming).
For more information, or to find out where you can watch our games internationally, please visit the Barclays FA Women’s Super League website
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