Arsenal has revealed it will freeze its prices on general admission and club-level tickets for the 2019-20 season.

The move marks the fifth season in a row with the same general admission ticket prices, and makes it the 10th out of 14 seasons that there has been no increases in general admission at Emirates Stadium.

The Premier League club added that it will continue to offer around 26,000 tickets from £10 for each Carabao Cup home game, and subsidise away ticket prices by £4. Membership fees also remain unchanged.

Arsenal 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.”

Despite no movement in pricing, Arsenal offers the most expensive single-match tickets in the Premier League, costing as much as £97.

In August last year, a report by the Daily Express newspaper studied the most expensive single-match tickets across all 20 Premier League clubs, with Arsenal coming out on top ahead of London rival Chelsea, whose most expensive ticket is £87.

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