On The Road: Arsenal

By SFC Media time Tue 29 Nov Arsenal vs Saints

We provide Saints fans travelling to the EFL Cup quarter final at Arsenal, with a guide to the Emirates Stadium.

Club Details

Address: Highbury House, 75 Drayton Park, London N5 1BU
Telephone: 0161 444 1894
Capacity: 60,272
Website: www.arsenal.com
Nickname: The Gunners
Colours: Red and white

Away Supporters

Saints fans will be housed in the clock end upper and lower tiers and tickets will go off sale at midday at Wednesday.

Getting There By Car

Leave the M1 at Junction 2 and head onto the A1, following the signs for City (Central London). Proceed on the A1 for around six miles, until you see Holloway Road Tube Station on your right. Take the next left at the traffic lights into Hornsey Road and the stadium is about a quarter of a mile further down.

Car Parking

A residents only parking scheme is in operation surrounding the Emirates Stadium on a matchday. Parking away from the ground at a local tube station may be preferable and getting to the ground via the underground.

Getting There By Train

The nearest London Underground tube station to Emirates Stadium is Holloway Road on the Piccadilly Line.

This is closed on a matchday, so supporters are best to get off at Arsenal tube station, which is only a few minutes walk away.

Finsbury Park on the Piccadilly Line and Highbury & Islington on the Victoria Line are also within walking distance.

Supporters travelling to tonight's EFL Cup quarter-final are advised that the Piccadilly Line is operating a significantly reduced service between Heathrow Airport and Cockfosters.

This is due to London Underground carrying out repairs to damaged wheels on a number of trains across the fleet.

The nearest stations to the ground - Arsenal and Holloway Road - will be extremely busy, as will Finsbury Park.

If it becomes necessary to prevent overcrowding, trains may not be able to stop at these stations.

Please ensure you allow more time for your journey, especially before the match and consider using these alternative routes:
• Northern line to Angel then walk via signed walking route
• Northern line to Archway then walk via signed walking route
• Walk from King’s Cross St Pancras
• Use National Rail services from London King’s Cross station to Finsbury Park station:

After the match we expect longer queuing times to enter nearby stations.

Coach Travel

Coaches will depart St Mary’s at 14:30, Eastleigh at 14:45, Winchester at 15:00 and Fleet at 15:30.

Download Carlsberg's full away guide for the EFL Cup quarter final at the Emirates Stadium by clicking here.

Please be aware that additional security checks will be taking place around the stadium ahead of kick-off, so supporters are advised to arrive in plenty of time. Download Arsenal's full visiting supporters guide by clicking here.

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