Arsenal Women season tickets: Everything you need to know after Emirates Stadium move

A general view of Emirates Stadium before the UEFA Champions League quarter-final first leg match between Arsenal FC and FC Bayern Munich.
Arsenal Women will make the Emirates their main home next season -Credit:Stuart MacFarlane/Arsenal FC via Getty Images

Arsenal have confirmed their Women's team will make the Emirates Stadium their primary home from next season.

Jonas Eidevall's side are set to play a total of 11 matches at the north London venue, including both Women's Super League (WSL) and Champions League fixtures. The rest of Arsenal's games will be played at Meadow Park in Borehamwood, which has been the team's home for more than three decades.

It is another trailblazing move by the Gunners, who have played six of their 11 WSL home games at the Emirates this term. Two of those games have been sell-outs, with the club having recorded an average attendance of 32,618 across the season so far.

Supporters will be able to buy season tickets, which entitle them to watch all of Arsenal's home league games, or a Home Advantage Pack, which guarantees admission to matches at the Emirates.

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Which Arsenal Women's games will be played at the Emirates?

Arsenal have committed to playing 11 games at the Emirates next season. Eight of those matches will be in the Women's Super League and three in the Champions League, provided the team progresses to the group stages.

Any home fixtures during the knock-out rounds of the Champions League will also grace the Emirates pitch. The remaining games, including domestic cup ties, will continue to be played at Meadow Park.

The exact fixtures that will be played at the Emirates will be confirmed later this summer after the 2024/25 WSL fixtures have been released.

Why have Arsenal Women made the Emirates their primary home?

Arsenal Women have played at Meadow Park since the early 1990s but, in recent years, they have steadily started to outgrow the National League ground. Playing at the Emirates allows the Gunners to accommodate their growing supporter-base while also generated crucial matchday revenue that can be reinvested back into the team.

Vinai Venkatesham, Arsenal's chief executive, expressed his enthusiasm for the move, commenting: "We have recently seen extraordinary growth in supporters coming to Emirates Stadium for games held here, which include two complete sell-outs this season.

"The next step in our journey is to make Emirates Stadium our main home for Arsenal Women. We are looking forward to giving more supporters the chance to watch our women's team play."

Manager Eidevall added: "We have a special connection with our supporters, who have shown up in huge numbers and pushed us forward every step of the way. Next season, Emirates Stadium becomes our main home and we are all excited to play in front of bigger crowds every week."

How to buy Arsenal Women season tickets

All season ticket holders will be able to renew for next season, providing they hit the club’s seat utilisation requirements. Season ticket holders will be able to choose their same seat(s) from the current season.

The Arsenal Women season ticket will include 11 Women’s Super League home matches, to be played at Emirates Stadium and Meadow Park. If Arsenal fail to qualify for the UEFA Women’s Champions League, all 11 WSL games will be played at the Emirates, and all will be included in the season ticket.

Season ticket holders will continue to have priority access for all games not included in the season ticket. Full information will be communicated to fans after the conclusion of the 2023/24 season.

Alternatively, fans can purchase an Emirates Home Advantage Pack +, which will grant them access to all eight WSL games at a discounted rate. Arsenal introduced a Home Advantage Pack at the start of 2023/24 in order for supporters to secure their seats at five Emirates Stadium matches at a discounted rate, and this has been developed for next season.

Fans who purchase the Emirates Home Advantage Pack + will have a priority to purchase tickets for every away fixture sold by Arsenal. The aforementioned five-game Home Advantage Pack from last season will also return. You can also find out more information via the club's official website.

How much do Arsenal Women tickets cost?

Arsenal Women ticket prices are set to increase next season. Fans have the option of eight season ticket categories, depending on their seat preference at both Emirates Stadium and Meadow Park.

General Admission- Tier 1 at the Emirates will be priced at £135 for fans wanting a Meadow Park East Stand seat. For those choosing the North Bank or South Stand at Meadow Park, it will cost £120.

General Admission- Tier 2 is £115 for the East Stand, and £100 for the North/South Stand. At Club Level, Tier 1 seats are £315 (East Stand) and £300 (North/South Stand). Tier 2 Club level seats are £295 (East Stand) and £280 (North/South Stand).

The price of a Home Advantage Pack + ranges from £80 to £280 while a Home Advantage Pack will cost between £60 and £200.