Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium is often voted by supporters as one of the best new grounds in England and it’s not hard to see why.
This 60,000 arena oozes style and sophistication. Its sweeping curves have a real European feel, while the Club Level between the lower and upper tiers offer fantastic views and hospitality.
Based in the heart of North London, just a short walk from Arsenal tube station, it offers the best of both worlds – ultra-modern stadium facilities in a traditional setting, where you can enjoy pie and chips in the local café or a pint in a traditional London pub.
The Emirates Stadium has been the home of Arsenal since 2006 when they made the short journey, all of a few hundred yards, from their beloved but ageing Highbury ground.
The move has ensured that the Gunners can financially compete with the biggest clubs in the continent year after year in European competition.
Under manager Arsene Wenger’s 22 years in charge the club enjoyed the most successful period of their history. It included two league and FA Cup doubles, the famous Invincibles season of 2003-4 when the club went unbeaten throughout the league campaign, and they made a Champions League final appearance, losing to Barcelona.
Wenger also won a record seven FA Cup trophies during his tenure.
Arsenal became renowned for their attractive style of play as Wenger revolutionised the English game both on and off the field with his attention to training and diet.
Wenger departed in the summer of 2018 and Unai Emery, formerly the head coach of Sevilla in Spain and French giants PSG, took over in the hot seat to begin a new era at The Emirates.
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