ARSENAL fans will finally be allowed back into the Emirates to watch football… but they must fork out at least £49 to watch their side in action against Manchester City.
The Gunners are showing their clash at the Etihad on the screens inside the stadium’s restaurants a week on Saturday, with 368 fans allowed back into the ground.
It will be the first time that the Arsenal fanbase will be able to step back inside the Emirates to watch a game since their 1-0 win against West Ham in March.
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Those attending will not only be subject to face temperature’s and ID checks, but they will have to pay at least £49 to enter.
Arsenal are offering out two packages, one named the ‘Invincibles Package’ for £49 (£29 for children) and the ‘Marble Package’ for £169.
With the ‘Invincibles Package’, fans will receive a meal at the Dial Square restaurant.
They will also have the opportunity to have a picture with the Community Shield.
Meanwhile the ‘Marble Package’ allows supporters to enjoy a three-course meal at the plush WM Club restaurant.
And they will also have their picture taken with the FA Cup, engage in a Q&A with a club legend, and they will also recieve a free gift and entry into a prize draw.
All those attending will have to adhere to government guidelines and will have to wear a face mask unless they are eating or drinking.
They will only be allowed to enter the Emirates one hour before kick-off.
Arsenal fans will be hoping to see Thomas Partey in the line-up following his £45million move from Atletico Madrid.
The Ghanaian midfielder sent a message out to Gooners on Thursday where he thanked them for the messages he has received.
He said: “Hello Gunners! Thanks so much for the love, for the messages I’ve received.
“I can’t wait to be part of you guys, I can’t wait to join the team. It’s a great feeling to be part of a family like this.
Thanks so much to everyone for the love, I feel so grateful and I feel so amazed to be part of you.
“I can’t wait to join you guys. And don’t forget, no Thomas, no Partey!”