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Arsenal FC Tickets. Official Arsenal FC Tickets are available at Arsenal Tickets. HotelCity always recommends purchasing your tickets directly from an official ticket provider or partner. Arsenal FC Hospitality. Arsenal FC Official Hospitality packages are always in high demand for the Arsenal FC matches. For more information and availability,
<h2>Arsenal FC Tickets</h2><p>Official Arsenal FC Tickets are available at <a href="https://www.eticketing.co.uk/arsenal/" target="_blank">Arsenal Tickets</a>. HotelCity always recommends purchasing your tickets directly from an official ticket provider or partner.</p><h2>Arsenal FC Hospitality</h2><p>Arsenal FC Official Hospitality packages are always in high demand for the Arsenal FC matches. For more information and availability, please visit <a href="https://hotelcity.com/premier-league/arsenal" target="_blank">Arsenal Hospitality</a>&nbsp;</p><p>HOTEL CITY the marketplace for hard to get hotel rooms</p><h2>Arsenal FC Away Fan Packages</h2><p>Arsenal FC Football Club appreciates the dedication and loyalty of the travelling fans. To ensure that your away match experience is an enjoyable one, Hotel City has hotel fan packages and information you will find helpful when planning your trip.</p><p>Please click on the relevant competition for more information on <a href="https://hotelcity.com/premier-league/arsenal" target="_blank">hotels and packages</a>.</p><p>We hope you enjoy the match!</p><h2>Arsenal FC Fixtures and Schedules</h2><p>Due to COVID-19, Fixtures and Schedules are subject to change. For the most up-to-date Fixtures for Arsenal FC Football Club, visit <a href="https://www.arsenal.com/fixtures" target="_blank">Arsenal Fixtures and Schedule</a>.&nbsp;</p><h2>Arsenal FC Stadium Information</h2><p>The Emirates Stadium is a football stadium in Holloway, London, England, and the home of Arsenal. With a capacity of 60,704 it is the fourth-largest football stadium in England after Wembley Stadium, Old Trafford, and Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The stadium has undergone a process of "Arsenalisation" since 2009 with the aim of restoring Arsenal's heritage and history.&nbsp;</p><h2>Hotels Near Emirates Stadium</h2><p>Hotel City is the marketplace for hard to get <b>hotels near Emirates Stadium</b>. For the best matchday experience, a <b>hotel near Emirates Stadium</b> will provide you a total fan experience. Having a hotel close to the stadium is very important, and Hotel City is your source for hard to get accommodations.&nbsp;</p><h2>Arsenal FC Stadium Tours</h2><p>Are you interested in an Official Stadium Tour? Arsenal FC fans from around the world are welcome to visit Emirates Stadium, for more information visit <a href="https://arsenaldirect.arsenal.com/tour/home" target="_blank">Arsenal Official Emirates Stadium Tour</a></p><h2>Where is the best local Arsenal FC Pubs to go to before the match?</h2>The Tollington<p>The Tollington pub, 115 Hornsey Road. A bit tricky to find but well worth it. It feels like you’re drinking in a renovated village pub away from the noise and bustle. Arsenal fans from Scandinavia tend to come here and drink real ale and spill out into the lane. You might even spot one or two celebrated Gooners there. Friendly staff and tasty comfort food. Distance to ground: Walk 7 minutes.</p>The Coronet<p>The huge Coronet pub in 338-346 Holloway Road. “I have been going to this pub regularly since it opened, and never had a bad pint in all that time”; one regular told when I visited this spacious pub after match. The Coronet gets very crowded when Arsenal play football matches, all the supporters are kitted up in red/white, and getting a table is difficult. Here I met brothers Frankie and Brian McMullen originally from Liverpool, one supporting Everton, and the other fan of Liverpool.</p>El Comandante<p>El Comandante in 10 Annette Road. This pub has a sparkling atmosphere and superb location next to Emirates and Arsenal. El Comandante is something of a surprise. From the outside it appears to be a traditional English pub, inside it becomes clear it is a colourful Bolivian bar. Its sparkling atmosphere and superb location make it an increasingly popular choice for Arsenal fans. William the owner has pretty much opened the pub just so his mates can come in and drink cheap San Miguel. Distance to ground: 3 minutes.</p>The Famous Cock Tavern<p>Cock Tavern in 259 Upper St Islington. This is popular as it is right beside Highbury &amp; Islington station. Nothing spectacular about the place, but a busy, clean and comfortable London-type pub. Quite popular and convenient for away fans who are using the station. Distance to ground: 15 minutes.</p>Tommy Flynn’s<p>The Irish pub Tommy Flynn´s in 504 Hollyway Road. The host Helena Gannon runs this laid back pub with kitsch décor. Friday and Saturday with live music in the evening. Perfect for a big group of fans gather together for after match celebration. Irish food and drinks for reasonable prices. Distance to ground: 15 minutes.</p>Filthy´s Bar<p><span style="font-size: 1rem;">Filthy´s Bar in 274-276 Holloway Road. This is a live music venue that provides entertainment every night of the week. Perfect for after match party. Distance to ground: 10 minutes.</span></p><p><span style="font-size: 1rem;"><br></span><span style="font-size: 2rem;">Who is the Arsenal FC manager?</span><br></p><p>The club's current manager is Mikel Arteta. The club's previous manager was Unai Emery, who was appointed in May 2018. There have been nineteen permanent and six caretaker managers of Arsenal since the appointment of the club's first professional manager, Thomas Mitchell in 1897. The club's longest-serving manager, in terms of both length of tenure and number of games overseen, is Arsène Wenger, who managed the club between 1996 and 2018. Two Arsenal managers have died in the job – Herbert Chapman and Tom Whittaker.</p><h2>Who are Arsenal FC supporters?</h2><p>Arsenal's fanbase is referred to as "Gooners" - the name derived from the club's nickname "The Gunners". Virtually all home matches sell out and Arsenal had the second-highest average League attendance for an English club (60,070, which was 99.5% of available capacity), and the third-highest all-time average attendance. Arsenal has the seventh-highest average attendance of European football clubs only behind Borussia Dortmund, FC Barcelona, Manchester United, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, and Schalke. The club's location, adjoining wealthy areas and largely working-class areas, has meant that Arsenal's supporters have come from a variety of social classes.</p><h2>Who are Arsenal FC biggest rivals?</h2><p>Arsenal's longest-running and deepest rivalry is with Tottenham Hotspur; matches between the two are referred to as North London derbies. Other rivalries within London include those with Chelsea, Fulham, and West Ham United. In addition, Arsenal and Manchester United developed a strong on-pitch rivalry in the late 1980s, which intensified in recent years when both clubs were competing for the Premier League title – so much so that a 2003 online poll by the Football Fans Census listed Manchester United as Arsenal's biggest rivals, followed by Tottenham and Chelsea. A 2008 poll listed the Tottenham rivalry as more important.&nbsp;</p><h2>Who are some great Arsenal FC legends?</h2><p>Thierry Henry is the club's top goalscorer with 228 goals in all competitions between 1999 and 2012, having surpassed Ian Wright's total of 185 in October 2005. Wright's record had stood since September 1997, when he overtook the longstanding total of 178 goals set by winger Cliff Bastin in 1939. Henry also holds the club record for goals scored in the League, with 175, a record that had been held by Bastin until February 2006.</p><h2>What are some Arsenal FC fan traditions?</h2><p>The pre-match pint is as much part of English football as Boxing Day fixtures and the FA Cup.</p><p>For first-time visitors, The Gunners pub is a great spot to visit. It is decked out in Arsenal memorabilia and is frequently home to rowdy singing on a match-day. Arsenal fans may not be the noisiest, but they still find their voice. When they sing in unison, the bowl of the Emirates Stadium vibrates. The most iconic chant is obviously "One Nil to the Arsenal," sung to the tune of "Go West" by the Village People. The North Back Lower is home to the RedSection, a specially designated singing section for hardcore Arsenal fans. In this area, Gunners supporters stand for the entire match.</p><p><br></p>
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