Arsenal vs Leicester City may not have been one of the spectacles many would have looked out for a few years ago, however it is certainly a fixture that has grown with popularity over the last couple of seasons. With both sides continuing their pursuits of playing in European football, there is always plenty to play for when the two sides do meet.
Of course, the Gunners’ home is the 60,704-seater state of the art Emirates Stadium which boasts the tag of being the third-largest stadium in club football, behind both Manchester United’s legendary Old Trafford and Tottenham Hotspur’s modern New Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. It is one of the newest venues in the Premier League as well, which makes it one of the very best to visit as well.
With both sides having been crowned champions in the league’s history, it is no surprise anticipation for the game is always at a high.
Arsenal versus Leicester can promise to be an entertaining day of football when played in north London, with the Gunners generally enjoying success against another previous Premier League champion in their own stadium.
Results such as 2-1, 3-1 and 4-3 have all been recorded by the hosts at the Emirates Stadium in recent fixtures and have truly given them the upper-hand when heading into the match every time it has been played.
The contest between the two clubs has seen big names like Mesut Ozil, Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang, Jamie Vardy and Kasper Schmeichel all take to the stage and ensure the lights shine bright on a fixture that always promises to be an enjoyable watch for those in the home sections at the venue.
With a positive record of results when the fixture is hosted in north London, Arsenal vs Leicester City promises to be a highly competitive affair whenever the two take to the field next and one the Gunners will always remain favourites to pick up the victory.
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Below you can find how the cost of Arsenal vs Leicester City tickets fluctuates during the season for each event. Arsenal vs Leicester City 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 Leicester City||London||2020||£169|
|Leicester City vs Arsenal||Leicester||2020||£208|
|Arsenal vs Leicester City||London||2019||£150|
|Leicester City vs Arsenal||Leicester||2019||£207|
|Arsenal vs Leicester City||London||2018||£203|
|Leicester City vs Arsenal||Leicester||2018||£188|
|Arsenal vs Leicester City||London||2017||£187|
|Leicester City vs Arsenal||Leicester||2017||£222|
|Arsenal vs Leicester City||London||2016||£215|
|Leicester City vs Arsenal||Leicester||2016||£172|
|Arsenal vs Leicester City||London||2015||£166|
|Leicester City vs Arsenal||Leicester||2015||£205|
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