Arsenal 2-0 Bayern Munich Women

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Ticket information: Women's UWCL home semi-final

Arsenal Women celebrates scoring in the Women's Champions League quarter-final

After beating Bayern Munich in the quarter-final of the UEFA Women's Champions League, we progress to the semi-finals where we will play VfL Wolfsburg.

We will head back to Germany for the first leg on the weekend of April 22, before returning to Emirates Stadium on May 1 and you can buy tickets for that home game now!

 Fixture details

  • Date: May 1
  • Time: TBC
  • Location: Emirates Stadium
  • Opponent: VfL Wolfsburg 

Ticket prices

Early Bird Window: Wednesday, March 29 - Tuesday, April 4 at 17:00 

  • General admission: £9 adults / £4.50 concessions (U16 & O65)
  • Club Level: £30 adults / £15 concessions (U16 & O65) - includes a half-time drink and programme

General Sale Window: Tuesday, April 4 - Sunday, April 30

  • General admission: £12 adults / £6 concessions (U16 & O65)
  • Club Level: £35 adults / £17.50 concessions (U16 & O65) - includes a half-time drink and programme 

Last chance to buy: Monday, May 1

  • General admission: £15 adults / £7.50 concessions (U16 & O65)
  • Club Level: £40 adults / £20 concessions (U16 & O65) - includes a half-time drink and programme

A 15 per cent discount is available for general admission and Club Level group bookings of six tickets or more. To take up this offer, use GROUP6 in the promotional code box at the checkout, and you can purchase up to 20 tickets per transaction.

Hospitality packages will be on sale when the time of the game is confirmed - find out more

 Ticket information

Tickets for this game can be purchased now and will be issued as PDF tickets and will be emailed to purchasers prior to the matchday.

Supporters with disability access requirements can purchase tickets by calling our Disability Liaison Team on +44 (0)20 7619 5000 (option 2).

Please note, if you purchase multiple tickets and intend on using your mobile device to access Emirates Stadium, please forward the relevant PDF ticket to the attendee. Scanning multiple tickets on one device causes severe delays at the turnstiles.

My Arsenal Rewards members will earn a total of 200 points for any quantity of tickets purchased.

Booking information 

Please note, children under 14 years of age must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 or over when attending fixtures at Emirates Stadium.

Children aged 3 and under are not permitted to sit in the following rows:

  • Lower Tier - Rows 1-20

  • Club Level -  Row 1

  • Upper Tier -  Row 1

We recommend that young children do not sit in the first two rows due to restricted views.

All babies and young children are required to have their own ticket. Buggies are not permitted at Emirates Stadium.

Please note this game is not included in the Arsenal Women's season ticket or for Arsenal Members who took advantage of the exclusive six-game package. 


How social reacted to our win over Bayern Munich

Manu Zinsberger and Lia Walti celebrate at full-time

A wet Wednesday night in North London provided the perfect conditions for a magnificent UEFA Women’s Champions League turnaround against Bayern Munich, securing our spot in the semi-finals.

Let’s look at some reactions from Twitter as the night unfolded.

On paper, this wasn’t an easy fixture. Fighting for our place in the UEFA Women’s Champions League semi-finals for the first time in a decade whilst facing a 1-0 deficit from our away visit to Allianz Arena a week prior, our Gunners had a mountain to climb on Wednesday evening.

From the outset, we chose tenacity and composure, with Frida Manuum securing her place on the scoresheet with a beautiful strike into the top corner after just under 20 minutes of play.

With skipper Kim Little fouled and forced to retire to the sidelines early in the first-half, Leah Williamson stepped up to lead the team to victory on Little’s behalf.

A lovely backheel pass from Williamson for Manuum to convert seemed to be the icing on the cake for the birthday girl.

After levelling the tie on aggregate, it became increasingly apparent there was no stopping our Gunners as they pressed forward with Stina Blackstenius grabbing that crucial second goal via a perfectly placed header on the end of Katie McCabe’s cross.

Despite Bayern upping the ante in the later stages of the game, we remained composed and finished the job after 7 minutes of added time.

Leah Williamson and Stina Blackstenius shared a celebratory hug at full time.

Overall, a night to remember for over 20,000 Gooners at Emirates Stadium.

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