Arsenal to play three Women’s Super League games at Emirates Stadium in bid to build on Euros success

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Arsenal have booked in three WSL games at the Emirates Stadium  (Arsenal FC via Getty Images)
Arsenal have booked in three WSL games at the Emirates Stadium (Arsenal FC via Getty Images)

Arsenal will host three Women’s Super League matches at Emirates Stadium next season as they look to build on the success of this summer’s home Women’s Euro 2022.

The games with Chelsea, Manchester United and Tottenham will take place at the ground and, if the club reaches the group stage of the Women’s Champions League, all three of those matches will be hosted at Emirates Stadium too.

Arsenal hosted Chelsea and Tottenham at Emirates Stadium last season, selling over 20,000 tickets across the two games, and they will hope to build on that after the success of this summer’s home Euros.

“The north London derby is a fixture that belongs at Emirates Stadium, so we’re delighted to be able to confirm the match will be played there once again this season,” said Arsenal Women manager Jonas Eidevall.

“The support we had from the fans at the Emirates last season was incredible and we’ve seen during the Euros how much demand there is to watch the biggest games at the best venues. I can’t wait to get back out there in front of the Arsenal supporters.”

Arsenal’s match with Tottenham is due to be played at Emirates Stadium on Sunday 25 September and tickets go on sale today.

“We are fully committed to driving the long-term growth of Arsenal Women, and hosting key matches such as the North London Derby at Emirates Stadium is an integral part of that strategy,” said Arsenal’s chief commercial officer Juliet Slot.

“The appetite for women’s football in this country has never been clearer and we want to ensure that as many supporters as possible can watch our brilliant team in person.”

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