Arsenal will not get full away allocation

28 Oct, 2023
written by Sean Whetstone

Arsenal will NOT receive the total away allocation of 6,250 they are entitled to due to segregation restrictions at the London Stadium. The 1st November game against West Ham in the Carabao Cup will see less than 10% of the 62,500 capacity stadium allocated to the North London club according to sources close to the club,

West Ham Season ticket holders in Blocks 221-225 have been displaced, suggesting an away allocation of between 5,000 and 6,000. In 2016, Chelsea received an away allocation of 5,200 when the London Stadium capacity was just 57,000.

West Ham will need to match the ticket pricing. fo home supporters for away supporters.

Since the sections are bands 3 and 4, Arsenal fans will be charged as little as £10 for adults and one pound for under 18’s for all band four seats.

Band 3 sats will cost £15 for adults and £5 for under 18 to match prices offered to West Ham fans.

Tickets for the Carabao Cup game went on sale to West Ham season ticket holders today.


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  1. Is Sean on holiday? Has this site died a death?

  2. The game v Everton yesterday was a sobering experience. The Euro game in Greece (6000 mile round trip) looked to have knocked the pan out of West Hams regulars, with Micky in particular looking in need of a week at the beach. Should have left him in Greece! Hes 34 now, and hes playing the most demanding role on the pitch, no wonder he needs a break sometimes. Most of the others were 10% down, and Everton had had a weeks break after their best result of the season. I hope Moyes plays the reserves v Arsenal… Maybe he can talk Arteta into replaying the Youth Cup Final!


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