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February 29 2020 12.48pm

Arsenal Travel

Emirates Stadium, Highbury House, 75 Drayton Park, London, N5 1BU. Capacity: 60,432

Ticket Info

Call Palace Box Office 08712 00 00 71.

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By Coach

Call Palace Box Office 08712 00 00 71.

By Car

Head for the Thames and go over the river at London Bridge, then follow signs for 'Bank of England' then to Angel (Islington).

At the traffic lights turn right (signposted 'The North') and after a mile go straight across the roundabout for Holloway Road.

Take the third turning on the right into Drayton Park Road and three quarters of a mile later turn right for Avenell Road. Then find somewhere to park in the surrounding streets.

Parking
Parking near the ground is not advisable due to strict matchday controls within a mile of the stadium. Best bet is to park near a London underground station and travel to the ground by Tube. Cockfosters is a good option as it has a car park, but it does get full quickly.

By Train

Nearest Station
Arsenal Tube (Piccadilly Line) or Highbury & Islington Tube (Victoria Line) - both a short walk to the stadium. Expect long queues into the station after the game unless you leave slightly before the final whistle.

Finsbury Park (on line from Kings Cross) is about 10 to 15 minutes away by foot.

Check train times and tickets at The Trainline. For more information, call National Rail Enquiries on 08457 48 49 50.

Emirates Stadium Photos

Emirates Stadium
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Where to Eat?

The are loads of eateries from the station to the Emirates and a big selection of food in the ground too.

Where to Drink?

The Drayton Arms near Arsenal tube station and Drayton Park railway stations is worth a visit if you get there early. There's the Twelve Pins and The Blackstock, both near Finsbury Park Tube, or a Wetherspoon's pub close to Finsbury Park Station on Stroud Green Road. Shillibeers Bar & Grill (near Caledonian Road Tube) serves real ale and decent grub. Alcohol is served in the away end.

What's their ground like?

The Emirates Stadium, built in 2006 at a cost of 390million, is simply breathtaking. By far the best arena in the Premier League is an impressive sight with superb seats, views and facilities. It's fully enclosed with three tiers and 150 corporate boxes, with a capacity of 60,000.

Palace fans get the South East corner of the stadium with a 3,000 allocation and expect a padded seat, nice leg room and a large choice of food.

What do they sing?

"Arsenal, Arsenal, Arsenal, Arsenal..."

Songs to sing back

"You're supposed to be at home!"

Who do they hate?

Tottenham Hotspur.

Summary


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