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Match Guide: Arsenal

4 May 2018

Information for all supporters travelling to London ahead of Burnley's fixture to Arsenal on Sunday 6th May, in the Premier League.

Supporters attending this match are advised to arrive no later than 60-minutes prior to kick off.

Arsenals visiting supporter guide is available HERE, filled with information supporters may need for the day. Any changes or updates regarding the fixture will be posted on and on their official twitter account @Arsenal.

For information on the different ways to get to the Emirates and useful travel links, visit the ‘Get to emirates Stadium’ page on, which can be found HERE

The most up to date transport updates can be found at the Transport for London's twitter account @Tfl or their website

The Visiting Supporters’ Area is located in the South East corner of Emirates Stadium. Turnstiles open two hours prior to kick-off.

Please note, there are no ‘left luggage’ facilities at Emirates Stadium and a full list of banned items can be found HERE.

Refreshments are available in the Visiting Supporters’ Area at Emirates Stadium two hours ahead of kick off. There is an ‘Early Bird’ special on offer up to 45 minutes before kick-off, where you will be able to purchase a pie and pint/large soft drink for £5.

To view a full concession menu, please click HERE.

There are no cash machines inside Emirates Stadium so if you wish to purchase refreshments you are advised to bring cash. Queues to pay by card are sometimes significantly longer. ATM machines can be found by the Tesco on Drayton Park and next to The Arsenal Highbury House store on Drayton Park.

Visiting supporters play a key part in making the atmosphere at Emirates Stadium what it is, and you are welcome to bring flags and banners to the ground, as long as they meet the club’s safety requirements. They must not exceed 1m in height or width, and be displayed on a pole no thicker than a pencil. Please note that the club reserves the right to turn banners away on the grounds of offensive content. See the ground regulations for more details.


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