Win premium tickets to see Arsenal play at the Emirates Cup
Thursday 14 July 2011
Emirates Stadium is once again playing host to the Emirates Cup on Saturday 30 July and Sunday 31 July, and we’ve teamed up with Arsenal to offer a lucky reader the chance to win a pair of premium Club Level tickets to the first day of the high profile pre-season tournament.
The 2011 Emirates Cup promises two great days out, with two top-quality games each day, featuring Arsenal, Thierry Henry’s New York Red Bulls, 23-time Argentinean League winners Boca Juniors and French giants Paris Saint-Germain. To buy tickets, click here.
The winner will get to see the Red Bulls take on Paris Saint-Germain and Arsenal play Boca Juniors on Saturday 30 July from some of the best seats in the house. To be in with a chance of winning, and to see the Gunners play on home soil for the first time in 2011/12, simply answer the following question:
If you would like to purchase tickets for the 2011 Emirates Cup, please visit www.arsenal.com/emiratescup or call 0844 277 3625.
The closing date is 25 July, and the competition prize is for tickets only and does not include transport to and from Emirates Cup 2011. The Independent's usual competition rules apply.
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