Wanderers members first in line to purchase Arsenal tickets

With general public tickets set to go on sale on Tuesday 19 July 2016, Wanderers Members will be given the opportunity to get in first from 10am Friday 15 July 2016 – exactly one year out from the match!

Tickets start from just $39 and Wanderers Members will have the chance to get in early with an eight (8) ticket limit for each member to purchase into this must see football event. Wanderers Members can also purchase a single ticket in the Active End for this match which is set to replicate the Clock End of Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium.
      
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All Wanderers 2015/16 Members will be given the opportunity to buy into this allocation of in the pre-sale window with Purchase Codes to be sent to Members on Tuesday 12 July.
 
Non-Members will have the opportunity to purchase tickets from 19 July 2016 when they are released to the general public.
  
It’s been 40 years since Arsenal last visited Australia and football fans are encouraged to move quickly to secure their seats for the exclusive matches as Arsenal take on the 2014 Champions League winners at ANZ Stadium on Saturday 15 July 2017.
  
To ensure as many football supporters are able to attend, ticket prices have been kept affordable with family tickets of four available from $99 and more than 50 per cent of all tickets priced under $99.
  
Arsenal intend to bring their strongest possible squad led by their legendary manager Arsene Wegner.

For those craving the ultimate match day experience, join Wanderers and Gunners fans for our official Wanderers function, which will feature a three course sit down meal, four hour beverage package, merchandise item, prime level 5 seating and lots of entertainment. Click here for function prices.
  
Arsenal are true giants of English football. The Gunners’ tally of 13 League Championships is the third highest in English football, after Manchester United (20) and Liverpool (18), and they were the first club to reach eight League Championships. They hold the equal highest number of FA Cup trophies (12).
  
In an extraordinary achievement, Arsenal have not finished below fourth place in the EPL in the last twenty years.
  
The Wanderers are just as trailblazing, becoming the first Australian club to win the AFC Champions League and the first Hyundai A-League club to feature in three Grand Finals in their first four seasons of existence.