Unfortunately, food and drink costs inside the venue are pretty outrageous, and are higher than most of the teams in English football. The selection is decent (pizza, sausages and veggie options) but much cheaper food can be found at Holloway road where you can get Greggs/Sainsbury’s and McDonald’s.
You can bring snacks of your own to tide you over until dinner time.
There are food facilities at the stadium and Emirates also permit you to bring your own (within reason) although cans and alcohol are not allowed to be brought into the stadium (you will be searched). Always bring your ID to buy alcohol from them, but it is important to note that alcohol isn’t served on UEFA Champion league nights. Water is available free as long as you queue at the refreshment stations.
For away supporters the refreshments are available in their area from two hours before kick-off (or 6:30pm onwards for evening matches). You can reduce your queuing time when purchasing food and drink by taking cash with you and paying for refreshments that way but you can’t get cash out at the stadium as there are no services available.
You can expect to pay around £3-£4 per pint and £2-£3 for soft drinks and there are vendors that offer hot and cold drinks and snacks before the game and at half time.
Club and executive club members have the most food options and access to the private members-only dining restaurants that are available on site. In addition to this there are 4 corner bars available that cater pre and post-match as well as during half time offering hot and cold snacks.
Emirates Stadium has a variety of food and drink options to suit every budget. The stadium is home to several restaurants and bars on the club level – however these are only available though hospitality packages that can cost from £420 per person and can go up to £800 per person.
There is of course your standard concourses inside the ground which offer pies, hot dogs and burgers. The average cost of a pie here is £3,70, slightly higher than the national average, where a cup of tea will cost you £2.30, again just slightly higher than the average. A good tip is the ‘Early Bird’ special, available 45 minutes before kickoff which will get you a pie and a pint/large soft drink for £5.
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