Arsenal FC, originally known as Dial Square when they formed back in 1886, is one of the most successful football clubs in England, even earning the nickname ‘The Invincibles’ in the 2003/04 season, after going undefeated for a record 49 games.
Arsenal’s fans or “Gooners” are some of the most loyal in the world, with home games nearly always sold out. The club attracts a diverse following, thanks to its location adjacent to wealthy areas and working-class neighbourhoods.
Matchday experiences at The Gunners home turf of Emirates Stadium are varied and numerous, ranging from well-presented bar areas to full fine-dining extravaganzas that tickle the culinary senses.
The majority of corporate hospitality packages within Emirates Stadium take place in the middle tier, with seats in either the club or box level, these enjoy sweeping views of the pitch and the action below.
Hospitality Packages Available: 16
Attendees: 47,589 on average per game
The Emirates Lounge is a Platinum Members only bar area in the corner of the stadium on North Bank and East Stand Corner which has large floor to ceiling windows that let in plenty of light.
The recently redeveloped Highbury Restaurant is a lively and informal street-food market offering the likes of burgers, burritos, Asian fusion and macaroni cheese.
Dial Square captures the industrial spirit that formed the first competitive Arsenal team and morphs it into a premium and social environment for Platinum Members of the club.