Mr Corbyn is a loyal Gunners fan and was in the crowd for their FA Cup final win at Wembley earlier this month.
"I want to say to her that I like the German fanbase model [of running football clubs]. Then I'll invite her to come and watch Arsenal."
But his negotiating tactic was ridiculed on social media.
Sarah McCann tweeted: "Good to know Brexit is in safe hands. The UK losing while watching Arsenal lose. Great. Thanks Corbyn."
And Rob Davies joked the lack of atmosphere at Arsenal's stadium means Brexit talks would be carried out in "complete silence".
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Jeremy Corbyn during a visit to Hackney Marshes Football Pitches, to highlight Labour's manifesto commitment to ensure 5% of the Premier League's television rights income is diverted to the grassroots game, during a General Election campaign
Mrs Merkel is widely seen as the biggest obstacle to Britain securing a favourable Brexit deal.
The German leader reportedly wants the UK to pay an eye-watering divorce bill of €100billion (£87million).
Brussels’ chief negotiator Michel Barnier last month admitted her demands could cause talks to completely collapse.
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The Labour leader watched Arsenal win the FA Cup final last month
Speaking to the Guardian, Mr Corbyn also denied claims by Theresa May that he "doesn't believe in Britain".
The socialist said: "I want us to play a constructive role in the world. I want us to have a decent and harmonious community in Britain.
"Does that make me anti-British in some way? It's a ridiculous argument. It's utterly ridiculous. Actually it's offensive."
Corbyn said he was confident Labour will win Thursday's election
And he insisted Labour would win Thursday's election.
Mr Corbyn said the campaign had "changed completely" from the start, when he was considered a rank outsider to become PM.
He said: "We are getting an enormous amount of cut through. This is the Labour Party at its best. The support is very, very strong."