The Emirates stadium layout has been modified so as to copy the layout of the late Highbury stadium. Namely recreating the old North Bank, East Stand, West Stand and Clock End, and putting the old clock in the “new” stadium (all maps and graphics courtesy of Arsenal FC).
The club named the four sides of the stadium like it was at Highbury!
Away Fans: They generally seat in Blocks 20, 21, 22 & 23 (league games, Champions’ League) and sometimes even take from Block 20 till 26 (FA Cup games).
Block 22 & 23: These blocks are generally reserved for the away fans. But, if the travelling club’s allocation is small, then these 2 blocks will become available to Arsenal fans who wish to buy tickets there. This is the case for the Arsenal v Newcastle game on 29.12.2012. I spoke to the Box Office today (29.11.2012) and they confirmed that all Arsenal fans can buy in those sections.
Here is a good FAQ from the club regarding the Emirates Stadium, I would advise any travelling supporter not familiar with the Emirates stadium to check it out.
If you seat in the Lower Tier from Blocks 2 to 15 (front rows), you should have a good glimpse of the Arsenal team training before games… and that is generally the side of the pitch towards which the home team attack in the second half.
For more information on where the best seats are, and what kind of view you get from them, check this link… In recent games, I have taken pictures from where I was seated, and indicated the location of my seat (including some comments). Or check Arsenal own modelisation tool here.
Here is the Emirates Stadium seating plan, if you just need the Block numbers and their situation in the stadium as a whole:
And the club level still has the same layout as before:
Feel free to leave a comment on this post, or ask a question and I will try and answer it asap. Also try and click on the links provided on the right handside, and the various blog owners may have more info than me. Last but not least, the club: Arsenal will always know the answer to whatever question you may have. Hope you enjoy your visit to the Emirates Stadium!
Here are a few questions that people search on Google before they reach this post. I will try and answer a few here:
: use this tool to find how many seats there are in your row.