Welcome to Arsenal Scotland Supporters Club
Arsenal Scotland Supporters Club (ASSC) is recognised by Arsenal FC as an official supporters club for “The Arsenal, the team we all adore”.
Formed in 2004, ASSC has hundreds of members based all across Scotland. Our banner proclaiming “We would walk 500 miles!” is displayed at The Emirates Stadium in North London.
All requests for tickets to Home matches likely to be subject to ballot
Important announcement from. Club Secretary
ASSC is Arsenal Scotland ..
.. and we have members is almost all parts of the country. The plan is to post details of the places where Gooners in the Regions meet up:
Grampian Gooners: Butchers Arms in Aberdeen
Gooners of the West: Alfie’s in Glasgow
Edinburgh Gooners meet at The Polwarth – blog post in preparation 😉
You can also follow our blog for news and features.
Many of us also gather on a members-only* FaceBook page
* After requesting to join, you will be asked by Admin via private message for your name and membership number
& check out @ArsenalScotland on Twitter
You can also read our stated policies about the privacy of information we hold on our members and about the use of this website, with or without cookies.
Arsenal Scotland does more than tickets!
As a club, we raise funds for charities through social and sporting activities as well as arranging tickets for our members to Arsenal games, Home and Away.
We also like a bit of history, recently recognised in an article by a descendant of the man for bought the ball for the team that was to become The Arsenal.
More about that can be found using the About and the ‘Tickets’ tabs.
When to apply for Match Tickets (amended 02.10.22)
Ticket requests must now be made no earlier than Six weeks and no later than Four weeks prior to the fixture date. So you have a two week window to sort out your time off work, holiday plans, birthday parties and weddings etc.
Ballots & Ticket Availability
Covid: it has not gone away
|So, play it safe, both for your sake and those of fellow Gooners.
Please do not attend a match if you are unwell or are at risk of transmitting COVID-19.
Follow good public health behaviours – wash your hands, take regular COVID-19 tests before traveling to a match or joining with others in a pub.
Racism and Bigotry
Arsenal Scotland believes that racism and bigotry have no place in football nor in society generally. We take this opportunity to declare our support for Bukayo Saka: