Main intention coming to Arsenal FC and Emirates stadium is to buy a football jersey for a fanatic Arsenal FC supporter, our son. There is a smaller merchandise store at the back of the stadium, you wouldn’t miss it if coming from Arsenal underground and a much larger store at the entrance.
In the store, you’ll have difficulty choosing what you want from the huge varieties of merchandise available. There are sizes for adult, youth and kids. Just bring your wallet.
This is the entrance to the smaller store at the back of the stadium – Highbury House, just next the box office.
This is the entrance to the larger store at the main stadium entrance. … Armoury. No weapon or cannon sold here.
Need your name on your jersey? No problem. Pay and you shall have your name in print.
My son an ardent fan of Arsenal FC insisted his mom buy him an authentic Arsenal jersey. Me, I’m a F1 fan. Anyway, we did entertain his request and off we went to Arsenal. From our hotel in Paddington, it was just over ½ hour’s train ride.
From the Arsenal station, it’s a couple of minutes walk to the Emirates Stadium, home of Arsenal FC. As you exit the station, turn right and just walk on. See the picture of the station below? How the chaos will be during full capacity crowd of 60k+ on match day. It’s a small station in between residential premises. And the residents?
Arsenal box office.
Emirates stadium. Home of Arsenal FC.
Front portion of the Emirates Stadium with it’s cannon.
Yea, yea, yea. You’re the winner. For me it’s Hamilton. OK ?
The armoury shop is where you buy Arsenal merchandise not arms. No M16 or AK47 sold here.