In a statement via the official website, Arsenal have announced a freeze on ticket prices for the 2019-20 season.
It’s the fifth successive year in which there have been no increases in general admission, and the club’s Managing Director Vinai Venkatesham said, “We have fantastic support from our fans at Emirates Stadium, and are pleased to confirm that ticket prices will be held flat again for next season.”
The fees also apply to memberships, with the club continuing to provide discounted tickets for the Carabao Cup.
They do make the point that Champions League qualification would have an impact, saying, “All prices on GA and Club Level were discounted this season as a result of our participation in the Europa League. UEFA Champions League qualification would mean this discount would no longer apply.”
At a time when things are a little bit hairy, and people are worried, this is still good news for match-going fans.