Chance to win free tour of Arsenal’s stadium
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The secrets of Arsene Wenger’s inner sanctum will be revealed to fans on tours of Emirates Stadium for the first time this summer.
The Arsenal manager’s office will now form part of the tour route at the stadium until August 12, giving visitors the opportunity to see exactly what Wenger keeps in there – including his renowned benchcoat.
Fans can also watch a video with the Frenchman discussing his matchday routine, as well as visiting other points of interest such as the home and away dressing rooms and the players’ tunnel.
The self-guided stadium tour is available in nine different languages and runs from 9.30am to 6pm on Monday to Saturday and 10am to 4pm on Sunday, with last entry an hour before closing time.
Tickets, which include access to the Arsenal Museum, are priced at £20 (adults) and £10 (under-16s), while family entry (two adults and two under-16s) is available at £50.
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We’ve teamed up with Arsenal to offer a pair of free tour places to one lucky reader during the close season. To stand a chance of winning, you just need to answer the following question:
In which year did Arsenal move to Emirates Stadium?
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a) 2005. b) 2006. c) 2007.
Email your answer, together with your name, address and a contact telephone number, to email@example.com no later than 12pm on Thursday June 9.
Visit www.arsenal.com/tours for further information.