Tickets for Arsenal FC continue to be in high demand

By on December 19, 2022


Arsenal Tickets continue to be in high demand for the remaining season.

The 2022/2023 season has seen Arsenal go from finishing in fifth place to now becoming serious contenders to win the Premier League. Manager Mikel Arteta and the backroom staff have transformed them into the best team in the league so far this season.

Even though Arsenal spent north of £100 million in new signings, Mikel Arteta’s team was not expected to improve its fifth place finish. However, they have more than exceeded expectations in the first half of the campaign, losing only once in the opening 14 league games.

The Gunners purchased Gabriel Jesus, Oleksandr Zinchenko, Marquinhos, Fabio Veira and Matt Turner, all of which made a positive impact for the North London club.

Whilst there are many fixtures remaining, the demand from Arsenal fans for tickets have been noticed on the biggest ticket website online.

Seat Compare, the safe ticket search engine, has seen a huge interest in Arsenal tickets. Prices for home matches at the Emirates stadium have increased around 20% since previous seasons, simply because of the high demand.

“Arsenal have always had a huge fanbase, not only in London but around the world. Now that the team is winning consistently, 12 out of the first 14 games, and playing like the Arsenal of old, demand for tickets is increasing faster than any other team. We have not only seen prices increase but also fewer people are now selling tickets for the games.

Arsenal fans are desperate for success on the field and are hopeful that they are now in contention to win trophies, something they have lacked in the previous years. We expect demand for Arsenal FC tickets to remain high for the rest of the season. We have seen an increase in searches and traffic for Arsenal FC to be at their highest levels since we started 5 years ago.” Seat Compare analyst Peter Williams explains.

Arsenal are currently still in the race for the Premier League, Europa League and the FA Cup, whether they can win them remains to be seen but it is definitely an exciting time to be a fan.

Arsenal will be without Gabriel Jesus for the near future after the striker underwent successful knee surgery. The Brazilian international required treatment after suffering an injury whilst on duty at the World Cup.

Jesus has been a standout performer in his first season in north London, scoring five goals and providing five assists for the Premier League table toppers. With the transfer window opening again in January, whether Arsenal make any big signings remains to be seen. They are reportedly leading the race to sign Leicester City midfielder Youri Tielemans.

Arsenal will continue the Premier League season with games against their biggest rivals, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Liverpool and Manchester United all remaining. 

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