Tours of Emirates Stadium, London: Arsenal Football Club

Arsenal; a Football Club with almost a century of success: thirteen premier league titles, first division titles, and ten FA cups. In 2006 they moved to Emirates Stadium, hailed as one of the most spectacular sports stadiums in England, and now one of its most popular attractions. A visit here is indeed money well spent!

‘Gift Tours’ offer three excellent and reasonably priced tours of Emirates Stadium, as well as gift vouchers for football lovers and visitors to London.

Standard Tours at The Arsenal Emirates Stadium, London

‘Standard Tours’ of Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium allows you a glimpse into the places where the Arsenal players prepare for their big matches with manager Arsène Wenger, and other areas that are normally reserved exclusively for players and press. This Tour also allows you to visit:

  • the famous Arsenal players’ tunnel leading out onto the pitch;
  • the Arsenal Emirates Stadium press conference room where the players take questions from television and newspaper journalists;
  • the Arsenal home changing room and state-of-the art facilities like the new team bath;
  • the Arsenal director’s box;
  • the marvelous Arsenal museum, which shows visitors the full and glorious history of this top-class London club through interactive presentations .

It is also possible to book for large school groups or families. For more information on group tour options, please contact us. Book now for ‘Standard Tours.’

‘Legend Tours’ of The Arsenal Emirates Stadium, London.

The Legend Tour allows visitors to be accompanied around the London Arsenal Emirates Stadium by a former Arsenal player. Visitors can select an Arsenal legend to guide you through the interior of the London Stadium. Throughout the tour, your guide will prvide you with historical information as well as answer any questions . You also have the opportunity to ask your Arsenal guide to share stories about his experiences with The Gunners. With this experience, you will go away from the Arsenal Legends Tour with a limited-edition gift and a special signed photo from your Legend tour guide.

Legends conducting these tours include:

  • Charlie George (Arsenal FA cup final hero 1971)
  • Perry Groves (1989 league winner and cult figure)
  • Eddie Kelly (1970 European Cup final hero)
  • Sammy Nelson (FA cup winner)
  • Kenny Sansom (victorious captain league cup matches)
  • Paul Davis (1989 and 1991 league winner)
  • John Radford (1971 double winning striker)

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Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium Museum in London

The superb Arsenal Museum in the Emirates Stadium, London is highly recommended for those interested in the enthralling history of the London club. The interactive presentations in the Arsenal Museum allow visitors to get involved - great for kids!

Visitors of all ages and hard-core Arsenal fans will be delighted by the array of historical items on display. A few itmes include Michael Thomas’s football boots he wore in Anfield in 1989, the legendary Charlie George’s shirt from the FA cup final in 1971, and a shirt worn by the ruthless Alan “Smudger” Smith in Arsenal’s European Cup Winners Cup Final Victory of 1994. The spectacular trophy located in the ‘Invincibles’ section is a particular favourite.

Gift Vouchers for Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium

Gift vouchers are ideal gifts for football lovers and Arsenal supporters because it allows them to choose when (date and time) and which tour (‘Standard Tour’ or ‘Legend Tour’) of the Arsenal Emirates Stadium in London they would like to go on.

Vouchers validity: 12 months from purchase date.

How to get to the Arsenal Emirates Stadium, London

It is very easy to travel to the Emirates Stadium, which is located in Arsenal, North London. The nearest tube stop is Arsenal (on the Piccadilly Line, just a 3 minute walk from the Emirates). You can also get there via Finsbury park (Piccadilly and Victoria Lines and GN Rail) and Highbury and Islington (Victoria Line, North London Line and Great Northern Line) with about a 10 minute walk.