Arsenal Stadium Tour

The Arsenal Stadium Tour takes visitors into some of the most intimate areas of the club and gives them a taste of what it is like on Match Day.

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Emirates Arsenal Stadium
Arsenal Stadium

What you'll do

Enjoy Access to the Arsenal Stadium Tour with The London Pass®

  • Pay nothing at the door, simply show your pass.
  • Enjoy an all-access behind-the-scenes tour of Emirates Stadium.
  • View the players’ entrance, directors box, diamond club area, home changing room, players Tunnel and pitchside and more.
  • Receive a pair of free Arsenal branded headphones.

Go behind-the-scenes and tour one of London’s most historic football clubs, Arsenal FC, at their home. Get ready to take your place in the home changing room, walk down the tunnel and soak up the atmosphere of a roaring crowd of 60,000 fans. In addition, catch a glimpse of the Directors Box and Diamond Club as you walk through the players' tunnel and take in the pitchside views.

Two new areas added to the Arsenal tours are the Head Coach's office, where you can see where the manager preps before a game, and the Physio Room where players get their pre-match massages.

Tour guests also have access to exclusive video content with Arsenal's interactive shirt and tour cam features, including behind-the-scenes footage and player interviews.

Enjoy an all-access behind-the-scenes tour of Arsenal Stadium including...

  • Players' entrance
  • Directors box
  • Diamond club area
  • Home changing room
  • Players' Tunnel and pitchside
  • Home dugout
  • Flash Interview Rooms
  • Press Conference Room
  • Media Lounge
  • Choose commentary from Lee Dixon, Charlie George or Nigel Mitchell - available in English only.
  • Walk in the footsteps of Arsenal's heroes, listen to their matchday experiences and explore never-seen-before footage.
  • Receive a pair of free Arsenal-branded headphones.

Arsenal FC History

Arsenal has an incredible history dating back to 1886 when a group of workers from Woolwich Arsenal Armament Factory decided to form a football team. The squad called themselves Dial Square, after the sundial atop the entrance to the factory. The iconic red kit we know today manifested in 1895, two years before the team became professional. Fred Beardsley, Bill Parr and Charlie Bates left Nottingham Forest to join Dial Square, bringing their old red kit with them. The club decided that the most inexpensive way to kit out the whole team was to match their outfit to the same colour as the ex-Forest players.

Arsenal Stadium facts

  • The Arsenal Stadium goes by many names and is also known as ‘Ashburton Grove’.
  • It is is the third-largest stadium in England, after Old Trafford and Wembley Stadium. It can hold around 60,000 visitors.
  • The pitch size is 105 metres by 68 metres and the grass area is 13 metres by 76 metres in size.
  • The surface of the pitch is covered by GrassMaster, a hybrid of grass and artificial fibres.

Arsenal Museum

Many of the items on display were kindly donated by former players who hold a special place in Arsenal’s history. Highlights include Jens Lehmann’s goalkeeper gloves that he wore for every league match of the unbeaten Invincibles season in 2003/4, Michael Thomas’ boots from Anfield ’89 and Charlie George’s FA Final Cup shirt from 1971. Charlie George attended the re-opening and currently leads Legends Tours of Emirates Stadium alongside Perry Groves and Nigel Winterburn.

The museum also features two impressive video theatres and twenty primary displays based on Arsenal’s proud history, from its formation in 1886 to the present day. These displays include a selection of iconic shirts including those worn by Alex James in 1936 FA Cup Final and the 2015 FA Cup Final shirt signed by the winning squad. Visitors can also see a collection of shirts, medals and trophies from former Arsenal captain Joe Mercer and the shield commemorating the club’s hat-trick of League Championships from 1933-1935.

Know before you go

Getting in

Present your pass at the tour entrance inside the shop. The Arsenal museum is situated opposite turnstile E in the Northern Triangle Building, next to the Ken Friar bridge. The stadium tours entrance is located within the Armoury Store.

Please note: the stadium is a working building. As a result, both tour route and content are subject to change without notice. All tours are subject to availability and customers may need to wait for the next available time slot.

For more information, please visit the Emirates Arsenal Stadium Tours website

Where you'll be

Operating hours

Monday to Saturday: 9:30AM to 6PM (last entry 5PM)
Sunday: 10AM to 4PM (last entry 3PM)
The Arsenal Museum closes 30 minutes after the Stadium Tours.

Amended hours will be in place on the days around weekend home matches. Please check the official website for changes in opening hours, tour times or exceptional closure dates.

Matchday Schedule

Sunday 19 May: Arsenal vs Everton

  • No tours.
  • The museum will be open from 10AM to 3.30PM (last admission at 3PM)

Closings & holidays

Self-guided tours are not available on matchdays.

31st May
1st & 7th June

Arsenal Stadium Tour

+44 207 619 5000

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