Emirates Stadium is a football stadium in Holloway, London, England.
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Emirates Stadium has undergone a process of "Arsenalisation" since 2009 with the aim of restoring visible links to Arsenal's history.
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Emirates Stadium had considered whether to refer the scheme to a public inquiry, but eventually decided not to.
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The Emirates Stadium was officially opened by Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh on 26 October 2006; his wife Queen Elizabeth II had suffered a back injury and was unable to carry out her duty.
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Emirates Stadium additionally has facilities for fans with disabilities including a Guide Dog Toilet facility, a Disabled Supporters Match Day Lounge, Changing Places Toilet facilities which includes a hoist and changing table.
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Three other busts that used to reside at Highbury of Claude Ferrier, Denis Hill-Wood and manager Arsene Wenger have been moved to Emirates Stadium and are in display in the entrance of the Diamond Club.
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In 2016, the Emirates Stadium was a venue for Celebrity Masterchef, where contestants prepare meals for club staff members.
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Emirates Stadium has been used for a number of international friendly matches all of which have featured the Brazil national football team.
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Emirates Stadium is served by a number of London Underground stations and bus routes.
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