The closest tube station to the Emirates Stadium is Arsenal (Piccadilly Line) which is around a 3-minute walk. Other options are Finsbury Park (Victoria, Piccadilly Lines and Great Northern rail) and Highbury & Islington (Victoria Line, North London Line and Great Northern rail) which should be slightly less crowded and around a 10-minute walk.
Travelling by car is not recommended.
Away Day PA recommends the Coronet on Holloway Road which is a retro Savoy cinema conversion by Wetherspoons serving both home and away supporters.
did you know
Arsenal's home shirt colours of red and white derived from the East Midlands.
In 1886, three players named Bill Parr, Charlie Bates and Fred Beardsley joined Dial Square FC (Arsenal's original name) from Nottingham Forest and brought their old kit with them. To save on costs, the rest of the team acquired the same style kit and they still wear red and white to this day.
The closest train station is Bletchley which is approximately a 30 minute walk from the stadium. Alternatively you can arrive at Milton Keynes Central although this is around a 45-60 minute walk.
There is limited parking at the stadium and costs a whopping £7 anyway so a slightly cheaper option is to park at Castle House on Dawson Road at a price of £5 (MK1 1QT).
Drinking near the ground is very limited so we'd recommend stopping off at Fenny Stratford where there are a number of options including the Red Lion, The Bull & Butcher and the Chequers . The stadium is around a 20 minute walk from here.
did you know
Prior to moving into their 31,000 seater MK Stadium, MK Dons played home matches at the England National Hockey Stadium (2004 until 2007).