Over 51,000 tickets have been sold for today’s huge showdown at the Emirates Stadium, while they remain on sale until half-time of a match that is set to shatter the WSL’s existing attendance record of 38,262, recorded in the reverse fixture at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in 2019.
Indeed, the record crowd for a domestic women’s fixture in England - which has stood at 53,000 for more than one hundred years - could also finally fall on a historic afternoon in the capital.
A sold-out crowd packed into Meadow Park in Borehamwood to watch Jonas Eidevall’s Arsenal - who agonisingly missed out on the title to Chelsea by a solitary point on the final day in 2021/22 - began the delayed season with a 4-0 rout of Brighton last weekend, while the Gunners have work to do to reach the group stages of the Champions League after being held to a frustrsting 2-2 draw by Ajax in the home leg of their second-round qualifier.
Spurs, meanwhile, finished fifth last term and held off a late fightback from Leicester to kick off the new campaign with a hard-fought 2-1 triumph.
Here’s everything you need to know about how to watch today’s derby.
Where to watch Arsenal vs Tottenham
TV channel: In the UK, today’s game is being broadcast live on BBC One, with coverage beginning at 1:15pm BST ahead of a 1:30pm kick-off time.
LIVE stream: Fans can also watch the game unfold live online via the BBC Sport website or iPlayer.
Live coverage: You can also follow all the action from the Emirates this afternoon with Standard Sport’s LIVE blog.