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Emirates Watch: Video's

Emirates Watch: Video's

As always the great images of this fantastic new arena come from the Liverpool pictorial fella's.

When I say video's they are only very short clips, one from the very back of the lower tier and one from the very back of the upper tier, and even though these are probably the worst seats in the house, the view is still top drawer, no-one should have any complaints.

Click here for the view from the lower tier.

Click here for the view from the upper tier.

Note:- If the clips do not start automatically, left click the picture, then right click and choose 'play' from the menu.



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Rocky7
Date:Tuesday June 13 2006
Time: 9:07PM

Comments

0
very very impressive this staduim is, i really hope we get u in the cup next season lol, the pitch looks like a carpet
green giant 12
13/06/2006 21:19:00
0
Paul, dont keep doing this to me man! I'm wishing the world cup over already!!!
jim_the_gooner
13/06/2006 22:27:00
0
it looks fantastic. cant wait to the 1st game there.
tomas
13/06/2006 23:19:00
0
emirates + wengers genius is certain to make arsenal the biggest club in england guaranteed.
mish
13/06/2006 23:31:00
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I hope this stadium inspires your supporters to provide some atmosphere for a change! Last time I was at highbury it was like a morgue. BTW does anyone know if this pitch is wider than the old one? Old highbury was like a 5-a-side pitch compared to most grounds in the PL.
elbmw
14/06/2006 00:50:00
0
ptch is considerably wider and longer and will be the one of the biggest in the prem.What a stadium!
Mikec
14/06/2006 09:52:00
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Iam the most biased Arsenal fan in the world but the only stadium I have been to that is better looking is The Bernabeu.Iam looking forward to all the Mancs and Yids coming over who claimed we would never fill it,yeah right hahahahahahahahahaha.
grimsby
14/06/2006 14:54:00
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Highbury's pitch was the smallest in the league, but the new pitch will be the 8th biggest in Europe. Which team did you come to Highbury with elbmw?
Rocky7
14/06/2006 17:20:00
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I've always been impressed with the Highbury atmosphere (despite my obvious bias). I think Ashburton Grove could be even better as it's more of an arena than a stadium which helps with the acoustics - but if there are too many prawn sandwich eating fans not willing to make noise, it could be a disaster.
pitythefool
14/06/2006 19:37:00
0
@Rocky7 I brought my youmg son who unfortunately is a gooner (despite all my efforts) to watch you lose 3-1 to Inter Milan a couple of seasons back. I just thought that it was a weard night in that the croud (who were obviously stunned) did nothing to inspire their team. As for the new stadium it does look the dogs and should the opportunity arise I'll bring my boy again to see if the croud can do this stadium justice.
elbmw
16/06/2006 02:21:00
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