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Arsenal vs Porto tickets 12th March 2024

Arsenal face Portuguese giants FC Porto later this month in the second leg of the Round of 16 of the UEFA Champions League at the Emirates Stadium. FC Porto enters this crucial clash with a one-goal advantage thanks to a wonder strike from Wenderson Galeno in the dying minutes of the first leg.

Regardless of who you support, this second-leg tie between two giants of Europe is surely one to not miss. Any Arsenal vs Porto tickets still up for grabs will be snapped up pretty quickly with many people wanting to get their hands on one.

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An exterior view of Arsenal's incredible Emirates Stadium – Photo by Icon Sport

Is Arsenal vs Porto sold out?

There are tickets still available for this UEFA Champions League clash between North London side Arsenal and Portuguese side FC Porto. However, to purchase a ticket through the Arsenal official website, you must have an active ticketing account and a membership which costs around £35. This fixture has been given Category A status meaning tickets will be more expensive than other matches.

Where can I get Arsenal vs Porto tickets?

Seatpick is a very good website to go to when looking for tickets for European matches. The cheapest ticket for Arsenal vs Porto this website has is an upper tier seat which will set you back around £200. The most expensive tickets will cost you over £2,000. Livefootballticket is also an option that is available for buying tickets. Prices are between £280 and £3,000 with the higher priced tickets being hospitality tickets.

When did tickets go on sale?

The priority window for Arsenal vs Porto tickets for season ticket holders opened on 18th January at 2 pm and then closed on 22nd January, exactly four days later. There was also a ballot opened for this match which opened on 12th January and then closed three days later.

Ballot prices for Arsenal vs Porto tickets were between £70 and £136. If you purchased a ticket through an official Arsenal website, you would be entitled to 50 Arsenal reward points per ticket should you have a valid membership.

How to get hospitality tickets?

Unless you are good friends with celebrities such as KSI who has his private box at the Emirates Stadium then you will have to pay a pretty penny to purchase any hospitality tickets for this match.

There are six options available at the Emirates Stadium with prices ranging from £1,155 to around £13,000. The Royal Arsenal which costs £1,700, Foundry Legends which costs £1,155, The Heritage which costs £3,230, The Avenell which costs £3,110 and then the Executive Box N6 which costs a staggering £12,155 are all sold out for this clash.

The only available hospitality option is the Executive Box N5 which will set you back a minimum of £11,400. This package comes with a private 10, 12 or 15-seat box, Champagne on arrival, complimentary drinks through the matchday, three-course pre-match dining and half-time and full-time refreshments.

In addition, there is a dedicated host for the whole matchday, a personalised official matchday programme, an exclusive gift for each guest and finally, there will be an appearance from an Arsenal legend.

Away section tickets

There are no Arsenal vs Porto tickets for sale via FC Porto's official website but reselling websites such as footballticketnet have tickets available for sale in the away section. The cheapest tickets that footballticketnet has for sale will set you back around £300. FC Porto tends to usually have an incredibly dedicated and loyal fan base who travel in their thousands to watch their team play in Europe and this match is no different with thousands supporters expected to embark on London on matchday.


Callum Jones-Bowman

Callum is fairly new to writing having been a football scout since 2019 but since having a baby with his wife in late 2022, he has chosen this new career path to ensure he can be a hands on father while still being involved in his biggest passion - football.

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