How to buy Arsenal tickets
Do you want to visit an Arsenal match? Follow these steps to buy your Arsenal tickets:
- Choose your Arsenal match from the list below
- Select the tickets and quantity you wish to book
- Click on the green "buy" button
- Select your preferred shipment method and Fill in your details and click on "make payment"
Your order is complete and the only thing you need to do is sit back and wait for the tickets.
The LiveFootballTickets.com is a reliable website that has a real-time inventory of all the best Arsenal tickets on sale for upcoming match-day seats with a variety of prices, and sections of the football stadiums to watch the Gunners battle in the beautiful game of football! You can buy cheap and hard to get premium tickets for Arsenal to enjoy the atmosphere, excitement, and energy of live football at Emirates Stadium and away games. We get a lot of questions concerning Arsenal FC tickets and how to book them. We've decided to help you and we have collected the most asked question. Find these questions and their answers below.
How to get Arsenal away tickets?
Arsenal away tickets are a bit harder to find than tickets for the home matches. This is due to the fact that there is much more space for home fans in the Emirates, than there is for away fans in every Premier League stadium. We managed to get our hands on Arsenal football tickets for almost every Premier League match. Select the away match you want to attend and then look at the ticket inventory. All our away match tickets are labelled. The most used labels for the Gunners' away matches are: Arsenal section, Away section, Arsenal fans section and away end. When the section label isn't similar to these labels, the tickets are for the home team. The most exciting away matches are of course those against other title candidates like Chelsea, Manchester United, Liverpool, Manchester City and of course the big North-London derby against Tottenham Hotspur.
Where to buy Arsenal tickets online?
The best way to visit an Arsenal match is with your own season ticket. Unfortunately, it's really hard to get your hands on one. This is the reason Livefootballtickets.com started their business in 2004. We know our way around the Premier League and Arsenal in specific. We have a big collection with Arsenal tickets for sale. Compared to other sites, we are the cheapest on the internet. Livefootballtickets.com is the place to buy your Arsenal tickets online.
How much are Arsenal tickets?
You're looking for cheap Arsenal tickets, but you want to know how expensive they will be? There isn't one specific answer for this question. The price depends on several variables. The section in the stadium, supply and demand, opponents, date of the match, which competition it's for, and some other factors can influence the Arsenal ticket prices. We will give you a rough estimate of the Arsenal ticket prices per League you will find on our website. Finals are not included in this table, because those prices are very different compared to the regular league and cup matches.
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How to get tickets without an Arsenal membership?
It can be hard to find Arsenal match tickets without a club membership. Not with us! We are specialized in arranging football tickets for fans without any club membership. You are free to order your preferred tickets without membership on our website.
Can I order tickets from outside the UK?
Arsenal is popular among football fans all around the world. We get a lot of requests from people all around the world if they can buy Arsenal tickets on our website. Livefootballtickets.com receives many orders from countries outside the UK. We noticed Arsenal has fans in countries like Australia, Canada and the United States. So, if you're wondering if it's possible to book tickets from foreign countries, the answer is short but clear: Yes you can! There is a bit of doubt whether the tickets will arrive in time. Therefore, we recommend using your hotel as shipment address for the tickets. This way we're sure the tickets will be in time in your possession. Don't forget to tell your hotel there will be a delivery for you. Otherwise they might refuse to receive them.
Arsenal was originally a factory football team. Employees of the Woolwich Arsenal Armament Factory decided to form a football team in 1886. As a reference to the sundial atop the entrance to the factory they called themselves Dial Square. They manufactured guns and ammunition, which explains the cannon of the logo and the reason why the club is often referred to as “the Gunners”. A lot has happened since then. The club switched names a few times before it ended up in being named Arsenal Football Club. They won 13 top tier trophies in English football and hold the record of most FA Cup trophies (13). Arsenal fans are still waiting for their club to win that one big trophy: the UEFA Champions League. For a big club with their allure, it's almost a must to have a Champions League in their trophy cabinet.
History in Europe
Arsenal is one of the biggest clubs in the Premier League. For a club with such a big history, their European adventures are a little bit dissapointing. The Gunners only managed to win two European trophies since they started their journey across Europe in 1963. In this table you will find a year-by-year overview of Arsenal in Europe.
|Season||European Tournament||Final Result
| 1963/1964||Inter-Cities Fairs Cup||Round 3|
| 1969/1970||Inter-Cities Fairs Cup||Won|
| 1970/1971||Inter-Cities Fairs Cup||Quarter final|
| 1971/1972||European Cup||Quarter final|
| 1978/1979||UEFA Cup||Round 3|
| 1979/1980||UEFA Cup Winners' Cup||Runners-up|
| 1981/1982||UEFA Cup||Round 2|
| 1982/1983||UEFA Cup||Round 1|
| 1991/1992||Inter-Cities Fairs Cup||Round 2|
| 1993/1994||European Cup Winners' Cup||Won|
| 1994||UEFA Cup Winners' Cup||Runners-up|
| 1994/1995||UEFA Cup Winners' Cup||Runners-up|
| 1996/1997||UEFA Cup||Round 1|
| 1997/1998||UEFA Cup||Round 1|
| 1998/1999||UEFA Champions League||Group stage|
| 1999/2000||UEFA Champions League||Group stage|
| 1999/2000||UEFA Cup||Runners-up|
| 2000/2001||UEFA Champions League||Quarter Finals|
| 2001/2002||UEFA Champions League||Second Group Stage|
| 2002/2003||UEFA Champions League||Second Group Stage|
| 2003/2004||UEFA Champions League||Quarter Final|
| 2004/2005||UEFA Champions League||Round of 16|
| 2005/2006||UEFA Champions League||Runners-up|
| 2006/2007||UEFA Champions League||Round of 16|
| 2007/2008||UEFA Champions League||Quarter Final|
| 2008/2009||UEFA Champions League||Semi final|
| 2009/2010||UEFA Champions League||Quarter Final|
| 2010/2011||UEFA Champions League||Round of 16|
| 2011/2012||UEFA Champions League||Round of 16|
| 2012/2013||UEFA Champions League||Round of 16|
| 2013/2014||UEFA Champions League||Round of 16|
| 2014/2015||UEFA Champions League||Round of 16|
| 2015/2016||UEFA Champions League||Round of 16|
| 2016/2017||UEFA Champions League||Round of 16|
| 2017/2018||UEFA Europa League||Semi-final|