With over 60,000 seats available there are plenty of options available and although all of the away seats are in the South East corner many people have boasted about them being some of the most comfortable stadium seats with plenty of leg room. One of the best parts about purchasing tickets from Emirates directly means you can see the viewing options of each seat before you reserve or purchase them which makes it very unlikely you get a restricted seat on the day.
Although there are very few “bad” seats at Emirates it comes down to the view, anything on the upper tier gives the best view (if you can’t afford the club level seats which are the best – and the pricey-est) and rows 1 to 7 from block 133 – 93 in the West Stands or 110-115 in the East are some of the front and center non-priority seats.
If you are looking for atmosphere, North Bank tends to create the most noise or near the away supporters can be the most fun for banter so it depends on what you are going for.
As a non-member you can expect to pay between £56.50 and £97 for category A or B (the better seats) seating or if you are looking for something more cheap and cheerful you can expect to pay £27 in the Goal lower section or £39.50 for the back of the upper in the category C seats.
The Emirates prides itself on being a new and modern stadium and as such there isn’t a ‘bad’ seat in the house. Unlike older stadiums it doesn’t have the problem of restricted views. The best views are in the upper tiers as you can see the whole pitch from above. The most noise and action happens in the North Bank Lower Stand, which is where you fill find fans singing at chanting.
The away fans are always seated in the South East Corner, and with home supporters seated near them, it can get quite rowdy. The seats themselves are modern and comfortable with ample leg room, however, as the stadium isn’t especially steep, those seats right at the back can feel like they are far away from the action. Arsenal offers a fantastic app on their website which lets you see the pitch from any seat, so you can have a preview of what your view will be like before you buy!
The best seats in the house will go for just under £100, with the cheapest option at nearly £30. Away fans will be charged a maximum of £30 for adults. The padded seats and sufficient leg room don’t make up for the poor viewing angles of any bottom-tier seating, especially behind the goals. It’s a modern stadium, but you’ll want to be as high off the ground as possible for a good view.
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