Emirates – Fortress of victories
With a capacity of 60,355 people, Emirates is the second largest football field in the UK after Old Trafford of MU and third largest in the UK.
Emirates, formerly known as Ashburton Grove, is located in Holloway, London. The yard opened in July 2006. The former name Ashburton Grove was named after the street in which the stadium was located. Then, in October 2004, the stadium was renamed Emirates after an airline in the UK.
The stadium looks like a bowl with four floors, including the roof. The pitch design team is the leading architects of HOK Sport (now renamed Populous), AYH construction consultant, and engineering firm Buro Happold.
The pitch is 105 meters long and 68 meters wide, while Arsenal’s Highbury home is only 100 meters long and 66.7 meters wide. The players’ tunnels to the pitch and the main cameras of the TV stations hidden on the sidelines are designed and built exactly like Highbury before.
The away team fans were seated in the southeast corner of the field, the lower row of seats. This area ranges from 1,500 to 4,500 seats behind the south golf bridge, and on the floor directly above the course management can also provide an additional 4,500 seats to the away team fans, depending on the match. match.
The upper floors leave plenty of open space at the corners for the stadium, and the pitch roof is slanted diagonally inwards.