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About Arsenal vs Real Madrid Tickets 2024/25

The Emirates Stadium has never before hosted Los Blancos, though the ground will be rocking the next time this particular European fixture takes place.

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Arsenal vs Real Madrid History

Both these teams have had a major presence in the UEFA Champions League over the years, though of course no club comes close to the success of Real Madrid in this competition. Los Blancos won each of the first five editions of the European Cup, with the inaugural edition taking place during the 1955/56 season. A sixth title followed in 1966, but Real Madrid would then go more than three decades without lifting this prestigious trophy again.

In the modern Champions League era, RMCF have been crowned the winners of this tournament on no fewer than eight occasions. The Madrid outfit reclaimed the title in 1998 and again two years later, beating Juventus & Valencia, respectively. Another triumph followed in 2002, with victory over Bayer Leverkusen in the Champions League final.

Real Madrid won this pretigious competition four times in the span of five season, including an unprecedented three-peat from 2016-18. Atletico Madrid (twice), Juventus & Liverpool were the losing finalists. Title no.14 came in 2022, with Liverpool once more outdone by the mighty Los Blancos.

Arsenal, on the other hand, are still seeking a maiden Champions League title, having come agonisingly close to capturing the trophy in 2006. Arsène Wenger's team lost out to FC Barcelona in the final, having been ahead for most of the second half. This remains the closest Arsenal have come to claiming the European throne.

The Gunners were a mainstay in the Champions League for much of Wenger's 21 years at the helm. They reached the semi-finals in 2008/09, but ultimately lost out to Premier League rivals Manchester United. Wenger stepped down as Arsenal manager in 2017, and subsequently the north London side didn't feature in UEFA's premier club competition again until the 2023/24 season, under the tutelage of Mikel Arteta.

Arsenal vs Real Madrid Stats & Mutual Connections

Thierry Henry was the scorer of the first goal between these two sides. The former France attacker netted the decisive goal as the Gunners ran out 1-0 winners at the Santiago Bernabéu in 2006.

Several players have represented both these clubs, including some high-profile international stars.

  • Arsenal signed Nicolas Anelka from Paris Saint-Germain in 1997. The young striker made his name at Highbury, earning a maiden cap for France followed by a transfer to Real Madrid, valued at £23m. Anelka, however, didn't live up to the expectations in the Spanish capital and subsequently returned to PSG in 2000.

  • Former Spain winger José Antonio Reyes joined Arsenal from Sevilla in January 2004, just a few months before the Gunners wrapped up their 'Invincibles' season. Reyes moved to Real Madrid, on loan, for the 2006/07 season before switching to Atletico Madrid on a permanent deal.

  • Although he didn't move directly between the clubs, Emmanuel Adebayor spent the second half of the 2010/11 season with Real Madrid, on loan from Manchester City. The Togo striker had previously scored 62 goals in 142 appearances for Arsenal.

  • Arsenal acquired Mesut Özil from Real Madrid on deadline day of the 2013 summer transfer window, in a deal worth a reported £42,5m. The Germany playmaker became a favourite for many supporters of the Gunners, contributing 44 goals & 79 assists in his 254 games for the north London side.

  • Martin Ødegaard was 16 when he was signed by Real Madrid in January 2015, and he made his senior debut for the Spanish giants at the end of that season. The Norway midfielder was subject to several loans away from Los Blancos, including to Arsenal in 2021. Ødegaard agreed a long-term deal with the Gunners and he was named club captain by Mikel Arteta ahead of the 2022/23 season, still aged just 23 at the time.

Arsenal vs Real Madrid Head-to-Head

The first time these teams crossed paths was during the 2005/06 season, as Arsenal clashed with Real Madrid in the Champions League last-16. Both of the two legs were close encounters, with only one goal across 180 minutes of football.

Thierry Henry broke the deadlock shortly after half-time at the Santiago Bernabéu, before the sides played out a goalless draw at Highbury for the Gunners to advance to the quarter-finals.

Of course, that season, Arsenal progressed all the way to the Champions League final, only to lose to Real Madrid’s arch-rivals Barcelona.

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Where do Arsenal vs Real Madrid matches take place?

When Arsenal are at home, they'll play at Emirates Stadium in London, United Kingdom. 60,704 is the stadium capacity. Real Madrid host their home games at Santiago Bernabeu in Madrid, Spain. The venue has a seating capacity of 85,454.

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Expect to pay anywhere between $39 and $193 for face value tickets to Champions League matches. But, it can often be a struggle to purchase AFC vs Real Madrid tickets directly from the teams involved.

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