Arsenal and Chelsea have always had a rather storied rivalry since the inception of the Premier League and it is a fixture that does not show any signs of being one whereby anyone loses interest. Fans of both clubs will look to mark it in their diaries as soon as the schedule is released, as each team will look to fight it out to take bragging rights of the capital.
With that being said, it is no surprise that the Emirates Stadium becomes a packed-house on matchday, with the 60,704-seater capacity being fully filled for what is always an entertaining spectacle. There are not many other venues in the Premier League that will be able to hold that many people in attendance, either, with Manchester United’s Old Trafford and Tottenham Hotspur’s New Tottenham Hotspur Stadium the only two bigger than the Gunners’ home.
When the Blues come to visit north London, a thrilling encounter is always on the cards and one that can provide some top-quality first-class football, with plenty of superstars being on show and strutting their stuff. Both sides have a storied history with the Premier League, which helps build the rivalry even further and whet the appetite of those eagerly awaiting the fixture.
However, to say the Gunners have struggled against Chelsea in the past when the Blues travel up the road to their near neighbours would be putting it rather mildly. Although there have been victories of 2-0 and 3-0 in recent memory, there have been plenty of defeats as well with heavy score lines such as 1-4 and 1-3.
The contest between the two clubs has seen big names like Thierry Henry and Robert Pires in the past, as well as the likes of Mesut Ozil and Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang, whilst Chelsea has had the likes of Gianfranco Zola, Eden Hazard and Frank Lampard all take to the stage and ensure a potentially thrilling encounter is on view in a fixture that always guarantees to be a watch with plenty of moments to talk about. Men such as Petr Cech, Ashley Cole, William Gallas and Cesc Fabregas have all played for each side in the past, which has only added fuel to the fire in the past.
When being played at the Emirates Stadium, Arsenal vs Chelsea always proves to be a highly competitive affair whenever the two take to the field next and one that will more often than not put on a show that can not be missed and needs to be experienced in the stadium.
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Below you can find how the cost of Arsenal vs Chelsea tickets fluctuates during the season for each event. Arsenal vs Chelsea ticket prices can vary greatly based on many factors such as the day of the week, the opponent team and supply and demand.
|Arsenal vs Chelsea||London||2020||£445|
|Chelsea vs Arsenal||London||2020||£303|
|Arsenal vs Chelsea||London||2019||£421|
|Chelsea vs Arsenal||London||2019||£344|
|Arsenal vs Chelsea||London||2018||£415|
|Chelsea vs Arsenal||London||2018||£318|
|Arsenal vs Chelsea||London||2017||£343|
|Chelsea vs Arsenal||London||2017||£390|
|Arsenal vs Chelsea||London||2016||£390|
|Chelsea vs Arsenal||London||2016||£349|
|Arsenal vs Chelsea||London||2015||£401|
|Chelsea vs Arsenal||London||2015||£413|
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