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Away Day Guide – Arsenal

25th August 2022

Away Day Guide – Arsenal
Emirates Stadium. Photo : Ank Kumar

Fulham’s second away trip of the season is another London derby with the Whites making the short journey to North London for a Saturday evening kick-off, screened live on Sky Sports at 5.30pm on Saturday 27 August.


Fulham have been allocated 3,003 tickets at the Emirates Stadium and they will be allocated via loyalty points from Wednesday 10 August at 10am.

Tickets for this match are priced at £27 for adults, £11.50 for senior citizens and under 21s and £10 for under 17s. Fulham fans can earn two loyalty points for this fixture. You can purchase your tickets via the club’s official website, by popping into the ticket office on Stevenage Road or by calling 0203 871 0810.

As of Tuesday 23 August, tickets have sold out. However the Club is running a waiting list for returns.



Fans are encouraged not to drive to the stadium. Parking is in short supply around the Emirates and only available to local residents.


The Emirates Stadium is well served by public transport links. Arsenal – on the Piccadilly Line – is the closest underground station to the ground, just three minutes walk away. Finsbury Park (served by the Victoria, Piccadilly lines and Great Northern rail) is approximately ten minutes away on foot, as is Highbury and Islington (Victoria Line, North London line and Great Northern rail). Fulham fans should be advised that a queuing system will be in operation at these stations both before and after the game to manage the crowds – so patience may well be necessary.


Official club coaches will leave Craven Cottage and Motspur Park at 1.45pm. Tickets for season ticket holders and members are priced at £17 for adults and £10 for juniors or senior citizens. They will cost £22 for adults and £17 for juniors for non-season ticket holders or members.


Two of the usual haunts for away fans at Arsenal (The Drayton Park and The Courage) are currently closed. This leaves The Twelve Pins (263 Seven Sisters Rd, Finsbury Park, N4 2DE), previously known as The Finsbury Park Tavern and within walking distance of Finsbury Park station, which has always welcomed home and away fans without trouble. Opposite the Twelve Pins is the BlackStock (284 Seven Sisters Rd, Finsbury Park, N4 2DE), whilst The Coronet (338-346 Holloway Rd, N7 6NJ) is the nearest Wetherspoons option, located further along the Holloway Road and about ten minutes’ walk from the stadium. Alcohol is available inside the Emirates, but like the food offer at Arsenal, is pretty expensive – starting from £6 a bottle.

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