Emirates Stadium is hosting National Health Service staff and volunteers to administer residents with their first jab over a four-day period, starting on Friday through to Monday 28 June between 08:00 and 20:00 BST.
Local residents without a vaccination can either book an appointment or turn up on the day for their jab. To encourage as many people as possible, Arsenal are also offering free stadium tours for visitors during that period.
"The vaccine is helping to bring us out of the pandemic," Jonathan O’Sullivan, acting director of public health in Islington, told the club’s official website. "But we need more people in Islington and London to get vaccinated.
"We hope the pop-up at this iconic landmark in the borough will provide some extra incentive."
On Sunday, Vicarage Road allowed people to receive their first vaccination from 10:00 to 21:00 BST. Anyone aged 18 and above was able to book an appointment or simply turn up on the day.
#VaccinationsattheVic! It's the ‘Super Sunday’ Pfizer vaccine clinic at Vicarage Road Stadium today from 10am – 9pm for anyone over the age of 18. Thank you to the amazing practice teams and volunteers who will be working tirelessly today! Find out more at https://t.co/lZ1zilKZsq pic.twitter.com/fqWcE9Uxe4— Watford Council (@WatfordCouncil) June 27, 2021
The Arthur Wait Stand at Crystal Palace's Selhurst Park is also being used for walk-in and bookable vaccinations. People aged 18 or over can get their first or second Pfizer jabs at the venue.
The Arthur Wait stand at Selhurst Park has been temporarily converted into a Covid-19 vaccination hub!— Crystal Palace F.C. (@CPFC) June 26, 2021
All adults are welcome for their 1st or 2nd Pfizer dose, every day 8am-7pm.
Walk in available or book online 👇 https://t.co/Ih8WwaHDMs pic.twitter.com/j5OIAgGCHL
Throughout the pandemic, Premier League clubs have been providing their facilities and resources to help the NHS and those in need in their communities hit by the virus.
Last weekend, Brentford Community Stadium, London Stadium, Stamford Bridge and Tottenham Hotspur Stadium were offering local people vaccinations or COVID-19 tests, while Anfield, Selhurst Park, Villa Park, Old Trafford, the Amex Stadium, Elland Road and Manchester City's Etihad Campus are among the other venues which have supported the training and/or administering of vaccinations to date.