Don't miss out on our women's Home Advantage Pack

Home Advantage Pack - 5 WSL games at Emirates Stadium for £50

Our Home Advantage Pack, covering five Barclays Women’s Super League matches at Emirates Stadium this season, is now on sale.

Priced at £50 for General Admission or £150 for Club Level, the Home Advantage Pack provides supporters with a chance to lock in the best seats in the house for Arsenal Women’s 2023/24 WSL campaign in N5. Supporters can purchase up to four Home Advantage Packs each.

Book yours now!

Supporters with disability access requirements who would like to purchase a Home Advantage Pack can contact our Disability Liaison Team on +44 (0)20 7619 5000 (option 2).

Key benefits

- Best seats in the house: Select the Club Level or Lower Tier seat you will have for all 5 WSL games when you purchase the Home Advantage Pack

- Great savings: Compared to buying individual match tickets, save up to 50% compared to general sale prices and 21% compared to early bird prices!

- Ticket Exchange: If you can't make a game, you can sell your ticket on Ticket Exchange once the Lower Tier / Club Level is sold out for each match. 

- Straightforward tickets: PDF tickets automatically sent to you before each match

Our supporters make matchdays electric, and to help preserve that special atmosphere, we want to ensure every seat is full at every home game. Supporters with a Home Advantage Pack must utilise their seat at a minimum of 3 of the 5 games or your tickets to future games may be cancelled and refunded.

Posting your ticket on Ticket Exchange or using Ticket Transfer qualifies as your ticket being utilised. More information will on this will be circulated ahead of the season.

Matches included

Liverpool: Sunday, October 1 
Aston Villa: Sunday, October 15
Chelsea: Sunday, December 10
Manchester United: Sunday, February 18
Tottenham Hotspur: Sunday, March 3

Please note: all fixture dates and times other than Liverpool are subject to change due to broadcast picks


Home Advantage Pack Pricing

Please note: Junior Disability Access Supporters will receive the Junior price along with a complimentary companion. 

Don't miss out on this season's Home Advantage Pack!


September internationals: Who's playing and when

Russo England

13 members of our Women's first team have been called up for international duty in September.

Alessia Russo has been called up to the England squad as they prepare for their first matches in the inaugural UEFA Women’s Nations League. 

Sarina Wiegman confirmed that Russo has been granted a few extra days of rest and will not be involved against Scotland (September 22), but our number 23 should be in action against the Netherlands (September 26). 

Lotte Wubben-Moy was called up to the Lionesses’ camp but withdrew through injury. Beth Mead and Leah Williamson continue their recovery from respective knee injuries.

Before a match-up with England, Victoria Pelova and the Netherlands’s first test in Group A is Belgium on September 22

Manuela Zinsberger is back between the sticks for Austria for their opening Nations League game against Frida Maanum’s Norway. Austria will then face France in their second Group B fixture on September 26, while Norway meet Portugal. 

In Group C, Kathrine Kuhl joins her Danish teammates for matches against Germany (September 22) and Wales (September 26).

Amanda Ilestedt, Stina Blackstenius and Lina Hurtig have all been called up for Sweden as they play recent World Cup winners, Spain on Friday night (September 22). The Swedes will close their international break with a clash against Italy on September 26. 

Elsewhere in Group D, Lia Walti and Noelle Maritz will be in action for Switzerland as they tackle Italy (September 22) and Spain (September 26). 

Fresh from their World Cup debut, Katie McCabe will once again captain Ireland in their Nations League B clashes with Northern Ireland (September 23) and Hungary (September 26). 

Outside of Nations League action, Cloe Lacasse and Sabrina D’Angelo are set to feature for Canada with a critical double header against Jamaica in CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying on September 22 and September 26. Only one side can qualify for the Olympic Games in Paris next year.

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