Arsenal Tickets Sold Out

Thursday 22 August 2013 15:00


  • 2012/13 record: P38, W21, D10, L7 (4th)
  • Nickname: The Gunners
  • Club colours: Red and white
  • Founded: 1886
  • Ground: The Emirates Stadium
  • Major Honours: Premier League (13),
    FA Cup (10), League Cup (2),
    European Cup Winners’ Cup (1).
  • Record goalscorer: Thierry Henry, 228
  • Record appearances: David O'Leary, 722

Tickets for the first Barclays Premier League game of the 2013/14 at Craven Cottage – against Arsenal on 24th August (12.45pm) – are now sold out.

There are only a couple of ways you will be able to see the Whites take on the Gunners this weekend: first by getting yourself a Season Ticket and securing your seat for all 19 home games by the river this season. Go to to find out more.

Or purchase a Hospitality Package for the game which will see you enjoy a two-course grazing buffet prior to kick-off and inclusive drinks throughout the day, or take a seat in our Television Studio, where you’ll enjoy a hot dish before kick-off and have access to a private cash bar.

Arsenal Hospitality starts from just £195 per person* and can be purchased online at any time, or by phone on (+44) 020 8336 7555, 9am to 5pm, Mon-Fri. *Price excludes VAT

Finally, you can also try your luck on Viagogo - the official ticket marketplace of Fulham FC - and fans are advised to keep looking in case of any late returns or released seats that become available.

Inside the opposition

Historically one of the most successful clubs in the Premier League, Arsenal have established themselves as the longest-running side in the top flight - having been there since 1919. They have won the First Division/Premier League title on 13 occasions and also went the entire 2003/04 season unbeaten.

Their first period of success came in 1930 under Herbert Chapman, when they won five titles and two FA Cups, then claimed the league and cup double in 1970/71. Under manager Arsene Wenger, who arrived in 1997, the club picked up two more doubles: 1997/98 and 2001/02.

Despite a rich history of success, there has been something of a barren spell in recent years as they have not won a trophy for eight years – the last being the 2005 FA Cup. However, with a commitment to attacking football and one of the finest youth programmes in the world, the Gunners remain a fearsome prospect.

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