Arsenal fans will be allowed into the Emirates next weekend to watch the club’s crucial Premier League clash with Manchester City, but only on screens inside the stadium’s restaurants.
Gunners supporters haven’t set foot inside the Emirates since their 1-0 victory over West Ham in March.
But those fans who have missed the hallowed arena will soon be allowed to return in a limited capacity.
368 supporters will be able to watch next weekend’s clash with City – which will take place at the Etihad Stadium – in groups of no more than six.
Those wanting to watch the game at the Emirates will, however, have to dip into their pockets.
Arsenal fans will be able to return to the Emirates next weekend… but only if they eat at one of the club’s restaurants
The Invincibles package, which includes entry to the Dial Square restaurant and a meal, will cost supporters £49.
Those wanting to splash out on their return to the stadium and dine at the plush WM Club restaurant can do so by purchasing the Marble package, which will set them back £149.
The significant difference in price is warranted as the Marble package includes a three-course meal with wine or beer, a photo opportunity with the FA Cup, a Q&A with a club legend, entry into a prize draw and free gift.
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