Arsenal Women


Emirates Stadium to host more AWFC matches

We are delighted to announce that Emirates Stadium will host at least six Arsenal Women matches during the forthcoming 2022/23 season.

Building on the success of the 2021/22 campaign, when our women’s first team played four games at Emirates Stadium in front of tens of thousands of fans, our intention is to host a further three Barclays FA Women’s Super League fixtures at the stadium.

In addition to this, subject to our result in Round 2 of UEFA Women’s Champions League qualifying, we also plan to play all three UWCL group stage fixtures at Emirates Stadium.

“On behalf of the whole team at Arsenal Women, I would like to thank all our fans for their support during the 2021/22 season,” said Head Coach Jonas Eidevall, commenting on the news. “The backing we received both at Meadow Park and Emirates Stadium was unbelievable. Whether you sit in the stands or are playing in the match, we are all part of one team – one family. That’s what makes this club so special. It’s wonderful news that we will be returning to Emirates Stadium for more games next year and we can’t wait to see our fans there and at Meadow Park very soon.”

Click play on the video above for reaction from Arsenal captain Kim Little on the news that we will be returning to Emirates Stadium next season!

Current Arsenal Women Season Ticket Holders will be invited to renew their Season Tickets from mid-July, following the release of the WSL fixture schedule.

The 2022/23 Arsenal Women Season Ticket will provide access to all 11 home matches in the WSL, including the three matches at Emirates Stadium. Season Tickets will also include two cup fixtures – the UWCL Round 2 qualifying match and our first domestic cup clash of the season.

And this year, for the first time ever, Gold Season Ticket Holders for our Men’s First Team will be able to purchase a bolt-on giving them access to tickets for the six Arsenal Women matches at Emirates Stadium.

More information will be communicated in due course, following the release of the Men’s and Women’s First Team fixture schedules for the 2022/23 campaign.



‘I still feel like we’ve got so much to achieve'

Jen Beattie is convinced that we’re on the verge of something special. 

Our No 5 has played with some exceptional talent throughout her career, and believes that this current crop of players are right up there with the best. 

So when the club came calling with the offer of a contract extension, Jen simply couldn’t turn it down. 

“I've really enjoyed the past three seasons, but I still feel like I've got so much to achieve as part of this club, and I'm excited to extend,” said Beattie, speaking exclusively to 

“I feel like with this team, there's still a feeling that we've maybe underachieved and there's still so much that we can do as a team, and I'm almost 31 and I've played in a fair few teams with a lot of different players, but this feeling here is just so enjoyable on a day to day basis. And not just the quality of players, but the people that we have. I think on the staff front and the player front, it just makes it so enjoyable, and that's why I'm probably the happiest to stay and extend my contract.

“I think my message to the fans would just be, we all have this feeling that we've maybe underachieved this year and we still have so much more to give. It's a special group and everyone is hungry to lift trophies and be even more successful next year. So my message would be there's so much more to give, and we can't wait to get going again next season.”

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