Business Leader Launches – Emirates Stadium hospitality

Business Leader Launches

With one of the world’s best stadiums and as one of the most established and celebrated names in English football, Arsenal are one of the most revered names in world sport.

The 60,000-seater Emirates Stadium was opened in 2006, and was immediately recognised as one of the world’s leading modern stadiums, with over 150 executive suites. The VIP areas of the stadium also include restaurants, and personal boxes where fans of The Gunners could enjoy a game.

All matchday packages (prices below) include complimentary food and drinks throughout the day, and no matter what the occasion is for using one of these hospitality experiences, the Emirates Stadiums caters for it.

Whether a business is looking for a networking opportunity with potential clients or a day out with friends and family watching football – there is a matchday experience available.

These packages are available at all home games in the Premier League, UEFA League, FA Cup and League Cup.

Every hospitality package includes an official ticket on either Club Level or Box Level, fine dining and a complimentary bar. Facilities at the Emirates are open up to two and a half hours before kick-off and stay open up to two hours post-match, allowing you ample time to enjoy the hospitality experience before and after the game.

BL Review

Barney Cotton, Assistant Editor

The Business Leader team were invited to attend the UEFA League match between Arsenal and BATE Borisov on the 21st February. The game saw The Gunners walk away 3-0 winners and booked their place in the last 16 of the tournament.

However, it wasn’t just the football that entertained the team for the evening, but the whole matchday experience.

Away from the football, the food, the drink and the VIP aspect of the evening – the most impressive part of the Emirates Stadium hospitality was the matchday staff.

Whether it was people guiding you to the correct area of the ground, serving you food and drink or being hosts at the bars and restaurants – they were polite, helpful and extremely efficient.

Despite being one of the largest stadium in the country, they made it a slick operation, meaning guests and fans alike could just enjoy themselves.

The complimentary food and drink were always available and of a very high standard, meaning that the experience was an all-round success.


Website: Arsenal Matchday Hospitality

Prices (per person): Club Arsenal (from £360), Executive Box (from £360), Club Level VIP (£420), The Armoury (from £450), The Armoury (from £540), and Matchball (£750)

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