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Arsenal FC: History and Legacy
Arsenal Football Club, also known as The Gunners, has a long and illustrious history and has been exciting fans since 1886. The Club has an indisputably rich tradition in English football, with legendary former players and the tough Mikel Arteta squad as examples. Learn more about Arsenal FC's background and get lost in the captivating tales of its triumphs in the past and possibilities for the future.
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Arsenal FC: A Journey Through The Club's Rich History
Arsenal Football Club is an English professional club based in Islington, North London and their home ground is Emirates Stadium. The Gunners play in the Premier League, the top flight of English football.
A group of workers from the Woolwich Arsenal Armament Factory decided to start a football team in the latter half of 1886. In honor of the sundial atop the industrial entrance, they chose the name Dial Square for their team. The first game they played under that name was on December 11, 1886, when Dial Square beat Eastern Wanderers 6-0. The name "Royal Arsenal" was chosen soon after.
Following that, a group of players from Nottingham Forest joined the team, and it was through this association with the eventual European Cup champions that Arsenal's fabled red shirts were born. The group asked their old club, which had been around for almost 20 years, for any spare kit. Forest complied as requested, and Arsenal, now in the red, never looked back.
In their early years, Arsenal played on a few different fields in the Plumstead area. They started out on Plumstead Common, but for their second season, Royal Arsenal rented the nearby Sportsman Ground on Plumstead Marshes. It was here that the Club first played in the London Senior Cup. Even though Barnes beat them in Round Two, the wheels were already in motion. The Club rented the Manor Ground the following season because it was getting more and more support.
Arsenal was the first club from the south of England to join the Football League in 1893, and they got to the First Division in 1904. They have only been kicked out of the top division once, in 1913. They have won the second-most top-flight games in English football history.
Emirates Stadium: Exploring the Iconic Home of Arsenal FC
The Emirates Stadium, replacing Arsenal's near-century old Highbury Stadium, was constructed from 2004 and officially opened in 2006 with a friendly match against Ajax. Since then, it's become a symbol of Arsenal's wins, as it's been there for many important victories. It can currently seat 60,704, making it the fifth-largest football field in England by capacity. In the 2008-2009 season, Arsenal beat Manchester United for the first time at the new stadium with a 2-1 win. In the 2013-2014 FA Cup final, their 3-2 win over Hull City was a memorable moment. The stadium has also been the site of memorable Champions League games, such as Arsenal's win over Barcelona in 2011. This has added to Arsenal's well-known European heritage.
Arsenal FC's Remarkable Honours and Achievements
13X Premier League Titles - 2003/04, 2001/02, 1997/98, 1990/91, 1988/89, 1970/71, 1952/53, 1947/48, 1937/38, 1934/35, 1933/34, 1932/33, 1930/31
14X FA Cup - 2019/20, 2016/17, 2014/15, 2013/14, 2004/05, 2002/03, 2001/02, 1997/98, 1992/93, 1978/79, 1970/71, 1949/50, 1935/36, 1929/30
16X FA Community Shield Cup - 2020/21, 2017/18, 2015/16, 2014/15, 2004/05, 2002/03, 1999/00, 1998/99, 1991/92, 1953/54, 1948/49, 1938/39, 1934/35, 1933/34, 1931/32, 1930/31
2X English League Cup - 1992/93, 1986/87
1X Cup Winners Cup - 1993/94
1X Inter-Cities Fairs Cup - 1969/70
4X Emirates Cup - 2014/15, 2009/10, 2008/09, 2006/07
A Deep Dive into Arsenal FC's Match Records
Most league goals scored in a season: 127 in 42 matches, First Division, 1930–31
Fewest league goals scored in a season: 26 in 38 matches, First Division, 1912–13
Most league goals conceded in a season: 86 in 42 matches, First Division, 1926–27 and 1927–28
Fewest league goals conceded in a season: 17 in 38 matches, Premier League, 1998–99
First match: Eastern Wanderers 0–7 Royal Arsenal, 11 December 1886
First FA Cup match: Royal Arsenal 11–0 Lyndhurst, first qualifying round, 5 October 1889
First Football League match: Woolwich Arsenal 2–2 Newcastle United, Second Division, 2 September 1893
First top-flight match: Newcastle United 3−0 Woolwich Arsenal, 3 November 1904
First match at Highbury: Woolwich Arsenal 2–1 Leicester Fosse, Second Division, 6 September 1913
First League Cup match: Arsenal 1–1 Gillingham, second round, 13 September 1966
First European match: Stævnet (Copenhagen XI) 1–7 Arsenal, Inter-Cities Fairs Cup first round, 25 September 1963
First home match at Wembley Stadium: Arsenal 2–1 Panathinaikos, UEFA Champions League group stage, 30 September 1998
First match at the Emirates Stadium: Arsenal 2–1 Ajax, testimonial match for Dennis Bergkamp, 22 July 2006
Arsenal FC's Most Memorable Record Wins
Record league win: 12–0 against Loughborough, Second Division, 12 March 1900
Record FA Cup win: 12–0 against Ashford United, first qualifying round, 14 October 1893
Record League Cup win: 7–0 against Leeds United, second round, 4 September 1979
Record European win
7–0 against Standard Liège, UEFA Cup Winners' Cup second round, 3 November 1993
7–0 against Slavia Prague, UEFA Champions League group stage, 23 October 2007
Legends in Their Own Right: Meet the Record Holders of Arsenal FC
Highlighting Arsenal FC's Most Capped Players
Most league appearances: David O'Leary, 558
Most FA Cup appearances: David O'Leary, 70
Most League Cup appearances: David O'Leary, 70
Most European appearances: Thierry Henry, 86
Youngest first-team player: Ethan Nwaneri, 15 years, 181 days (against Brentford, Premier League, 18 September 2022)
Oldest first-team player: Jock Rutherford, 41 years 159 days (against Manchester City, First Division, 20 March 1926)
Most consecutive appearances: Tom Parker, 172 (from 3 April 1926 to 26 December 1929)
Most separate spells with the club: Hugh McDonald, 3 (1905–06; 1908–10 and 1912–13)
Arsenal FC's Top Goalscorers Throughout History
Thierry Henry is the all-time top goalscorer for Arsenal with 228 goals in 377 games. He passed Ian Wright's eight-year record (185 goals in 288 games) after scoring twice in a European tie against Sparta Prague in October 2005. Henry was Arsenal's leading goalscorer for seven consecutive seasons, from 1999–2000 to 2005–06
Most goals in a season: Ted Drake, 44 goals (in the 1934–35 season)
Most league goals in a season: Ted Drake, 42 goals in the First Division, 1934–35
Most goals in a 38-game league season: Thierry Henry, 30 goals (in the Premier League, 2003–04), Robin van Persie, 30 goals (in the Premier League, 2011–12)
Most goals in a match: Ted Drake, 7 goals (against Aston Villa, First Division, 14 December 1935)
Youngest goalscorer: Cesc Fàbregas, 16 years, 212 days (against Wolverhampton Wanderers, League Cup fourth round, 2 December 2003)
Youngest hat-trick scorer: John Radford, 17 years, 315 days (against Wolverhampton Wanderers, First Division, 2 January 1965)
Oldest goalscorer: Jock Rutherford, 39 years, 352 days (against Sheffield United, First Division, 20 September 1924)
Under the Spotlight: Reviewing Arsenal FC's Recent Performances on the Field
Arsenal finished the 2022–23 Premier League season in second place, behind champions Manchester City. It was one of their best domestic campaigns in recent years, having won 26, drew 6, and lost 6 games to accumulate 84 points. The North London side were at the top of the Premier League table for 248 days last season, but crucial draws against Liverpool, West Ham and Southampton and humiliating defeats against Man City and Brighton cost them the title. Arsenal scored a total of 88 goals (second best after Man City) and conceded 43 (tied third).
During the 2022-23 season, Mikel Arteta used 26 different players. Seventeen of these players played more than 1000 minutes. When he had all of his players, the Spanish coach liked to use a 4-3-3 system. But the team was given a lot of freedom and room to move. In attack, Oleksandr Zinchenko would switch to play with Thomas Partey in the middle of the field. Ben White could get close to the middle defenders to make a tight defensive line at the back.
This season, Arteta had a well-developed scheme, and each player knew what their role was. So, the team didn't count on just one or two players to score all of its goals. The method made it possible for different players to score goals at different times during the season. Gabriel Martinelli, Bukayo Saka, and Martin Odegaard all scored 15 goals. Eddie Nketiah and Gabriel Jesus, both strikers, each scored 9 goals, and Granit Xhaka, who plays in the middle, also scored 9. Four players scored three goals each: Reiss Nelson, Thomas Partey, William Saliba, and Gabriel Magalhaes.
Manchester City beat Mikel Arteta's team in the fourth round of the FA Cup, and Brighton & Hove Albion beat them in the third round of the EFL Cup. In the Europa League, the Portuguese team Sporting CP beat the Gunners in a shootout.
Current Squad Defending Arsenal FC's Honour
1 - Aaron Ramsdale (G)
13 - Runar Runarsson (G)
30 - Matt Turner (G)
2 - William Saliba (D)
3 - Kieran Tierney (D)
4 - Ben White (D)
6 - Gabriel (D)
12 - Cedric Soares (D)
12 - Jurrien Timber (D)
16 - Rob Holding (D)
18 - Takehiro Tomiyasu (D)
32 - Auston Trusty (D)
5 - Thomas Partey (M)
8 - Martin Odegaard (M)
8 - Albert Sambi Lokonga (M)
20 - Jorginho (M)
21 - Fabio Vieira (M)
23 - Sambi Lokonga (M)
25 - Mohamed Elneny (M)
29 - Kai Havertz (M)
35 - Oleksandr Zinchenko (M)
41 - Declan Rice (M)
7 - Bukayo Saka (F)
9 - Gabriel Jesus (F)
11 - Gabriel Martinelli (F)
14 - Eddie Nketiah (F)
19 - Nicolas Pepe (F)
19 - Leandro Trossard (F)
24 - Reiss Nelson (F)
26 - Folarin Balogun (F)
27 - Marquinhos (F)
Football Giants: Notable Figures Who Have Shaped Arsenal FC's Legacy
David Seaman - The best goalie in Arsenal's history was a one-of-a-kind person who was one of the best keepers of his time. From 1990 to 2003, Seaman spent 13 years at Arsenal, where he won three league titles and four FA Cups. During that time, he grew a ponytail and then a gut. He became known as a penalty-saving expert, and even when his movement got worse later in his career, he still had a knack for making amazing saves. Seaman was the rock behind the legendary back four of Dixon, Adams, Keown, and Winterburn. If an opponent got past that back four, it was almost certain that the amazing Seaman would stop them. Arsenal has never quite found a replacement for their shot-stopper with the hair, but there is hope that Wojciech Szczesny can take Seaman's place.
Patrick Vieira - Vieira, a French master and natural leader, was a big reason why Arsenal reached new heights under Arsene Wenger. He was a big reason why they won the FA Cup in 2005. In fact, Wenger liked Vieira so much that he made it a requirement for him to join the team that his fellow countryman be bought from A.C. Milan. Vieira was one of Wenger's best, if not his best, deals in the transfer market. For years, he was the midfield's boss and key player. The things that made Vieira so great and made fans love him so much were his size, strength, determination, and skill. His fight with Roy Keane on and off the field was also a big part of what made their rivalry one of the best in world football in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
Cesc Fabregas - Even if you're still bitter about the prolonged transfer saga to Barcelona, you have to accept that he was one of the best players to ever play at Highbury or the Emirates. The young Spaniard was so talented that he would have had a great future that Arsenal fans would have loved to see. But what we did see was beautiful. There were amazing goals, like the one he scored against Spurs, and amazing moves, the likes of which had never been seen at Arsenal before. Because of how talented the kid was, Arsene Wenger sold his captain and leader, Patrick Vieira, so that he could build his new team around this amazing youngster. His time at Arsenal was cut short by tragedy, but the fact that he was a great player and made the fans so happy makes him a club legend.
Dennis Bergkamp - Arsenal's non-flying Dutchman stunned with his amazing technical skill and finishing ability, scoring some of the greatest goals ever while acting as the perfect second striker and No. 10. Bergkamp spent eleven great years at Arsenal, starting when Bruce Rioch was in charge. He finally left the team in 2006. He and Thierry Henry got along so well that it was almost like they could talk to each other. This helped both of them score the goals that helped Arsenal do so well in the first half of Arsene Wenger's time as manager. Since he is also a very classy person, it is easy to see why Arsenal wanted him to join as a teacher. If nothing else, it would be nice to see their old hero again. He might even have fun throwing Wojciech Szczesny around on the practice field.
Thierry Henry - In 8 years of hard work for the club, he scored 228 goals in 377 games and won almost every award there was. Henry's speed and skill were so good that he was able to break through defenses on his own many times and score with ease. Henry was a one-man counterattack, and when his friends set him up, he could do even more amazing things. When the Frenchman was playing well, no one could stop him. He was Arsenal's best player in their long history. You can't beat Ian Wright, one of the best scores in English history, and hold the all-time scoring record at a club like Arsenal without having a lot of skill and staying power. Even though he hadn't played for Arsenal for four years, he was given a very warm welcome back to the Emirates Stadium during the Emirates Cup. This shows how much Arsenal fans appreciate the skills of such a great player.
Arteta The Current Mastermind at Arsenal FC
As a player, Arteta began his youth career at Barcelona before taking in spells at Paris Saint-Germain, Rangers and Real Sociedad. When he was on loan at Everton in January 2005, he got his first taste of English football. Six months later, he moved to Goodison Park for good. In August 2011, he moved to Arsenal, where he was named captain of the team before the 2014–15 season. During his time with the Gunners, the Spaniard won two FA Cups. He retired in 2016. Arteta was hired as an assistant coach at Manchester City in July 2016, working under boss Pep Guardiola. He was part of the coaching staff that won the Premier League with a record 100 points in 2017/18. A year later, City was the first team in 10 years to keep the Premier League title. During Arteta's time at the Etihad Stadium, City also won two EFL Cups and one FA Cup. In a Premier League season that was halted for 100 days because of the Coronavirus pandemic, the Gunners came eighth. However, Arteta's first season ended on a high note when they won the FA Cup final and qualified for the UEFA Europa League. After placing fifth in 2021/22, Arsenal came close to winning their first title since 2004 the next year, but they didn't quite make it. They did, however, get back into the UEFA Champions League, where they had been since 2017.
Guiding the Gunners: Charting Mikel Arteta's Triumphs at Arsenal FC
2X English Champion with Manchester City (as an assistant coach) - 2018/19, 2017/18
2X FA Cup Winner - 19/20 with Arsenal and 18/19 with Manchester City (as an assistant coach)
3x Community Shiled Winner - 2020/21 with Arsenal FC and 2018/19, 2017/18 with Manchester City (as an assistant coach)
6x Manager of The Month - September 2021, March 2022, August 2022, December 2022, January 2023, March 2023
Premier League Records
134 matches with Arsenal - 75 wins, 22 draws and 37 losses
Goal For - 236
Goal Against - 151
Arsenal FC's Fierce Rivalries
North London Derby - Arsenal moved to Highbury, just a few kilometres from Tottenham’s White Hart Lane, which was recently demolished for the New Tottenham Hotspur stadium. This is when the competition between the two clubs started to grow. The North London derby is by far one of England's most heated rivals. People say that the competition between these two clubs is the longest-running and most important one in the Premier League right now. This is because the two clubs that represent the city at the top level of football in the country are so close.
Arsenal vs Chelsea - It's also one of London's most heated rivals. Even if the two teams don't see each other as their biggest foe, the fans are always very competitive. Chelsea fans are famous for talking about which team is better. They're called "The Blues." Chelsea is proud to be the London club with the most foreign trophies. They have won the UEFA Champions League twice, the UEFA Europa League twice, and one UEFA Super Cup. Arsenal, on the other hand, thinks that they are the most successful and best London team because they have won more Premier League, League Cup, and FA Cup titles than Chelsea.
Arsenal vs Manchester United - This is the biggest rivalry by Arsenal in the league and is regarded to be higher than the derby with Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur. When the two teams play each other, the talk is always about who plays better. The two teams have fought against each other more than once. In the late 1990s and early 2000s, when they started to play each other more often for the EPL title and the FA Cup, which the Gunners have dominated to this day, the rivalry between the two teams started to heat up. Because of how much they hated each other, the managers at the time, Arsène Wenger of Arsenal and Sir Alex Ferguson of Manchester United, sometimes got into a fight.
Passion Unleashed: Delving into the Vibrant Fan Culture of Arsenal FC
London based Arsenal Football Club has developed a very strong following since its founding in 1886. Since the 1980s, fans of Arsenal are often called "Gooners," which comes from the team's nickname, "Gunners." The club and its fans are often used as examples of football in British society, but Arsenal fans come from all over the world. In 2005, a report said that Arsenal had 112 million fans around the world, making it the third-largest fanbase in the world. A story from September 2011 said that Arsenal has 100 million fans around the world, which still makes them the third-biggest team in terms of fans.
In addition to the typical English football songs, Arsenal fans sing "One-Nil to the Arsenal" (to the tune of "Go West") and "Who's that team they call the Arsenal", "Good Old Arsenal" (to the tune of "Rule, Britannia!"), and "We're the North Bank/Clock End Highbury". The fans also chant "Boring, boring Arsenal" as a self-deprecating reference to Arsenal's image in the 1970s and 1980s as an overly defensive and cautious team. The new team song (May 2022) is The Angel (North London Forever) by Louis Dunford.
One-Nil to the Arsenal Lyrics:
To the Arsenal,
To the Arsenal,
To the Arsenal.
We love you Arsenal Lyrics:
We love you Arsenal, we do,,
We love you Arsenal, we do,
We love you Arsenal, we do,
Oh, Arsenal we love you!
Celebrities like Jay-Z, Piers Morgan, Dido, Colin Firth, Idris Elba, Robert Pattinson, Daniel Kaluuya, Roger Waters, David Gilmour, Lewis Hamilton, Benedict Cumberbatch, and many more famous people are Arsenal fans.
Arsenal FC's Impactful Community Engagement Initiatives
The Arsenal Foundation uses the power of sports and the Arsenal name to help and inspire young people in north London and around the world. People who are going through hard times can get a lot of inspiration from the fact that Arsenal cares.
Gunners For Change is an Arsenal in the Community program that will help and encourage Arsenal Academy players to get more active in the club's community projects. It will be launched in 2023.
The department's Club Link Officer will be in charge of the project. It is his or her job to organize the Academy players' involvement with Arsenal in the Community programs. The Premier League and the Professional Footballers' Association have paid for this new job as part of a plan to get young football players interested in the communities around their clubs. Our Academy players will be part in the following projects and goals:
• Positive Futures
• Safe Spaces For Young People
• Literacy, Learning & Education
• Tackling Poverty
• Arsenal for Everyone
• Environmental Sustainability
• Supporting Older People
Analyzing Arsenal FC's Ownership and Financial Health
Ownership of Arsenal F.C. & W.F.C.
As of 26 September 2018, Stan Kroenke, owner of Kroenke Sports Enterprises (KSE), is the sole owner. Kroenke first bought a 9.9% stake in the club from ITV plc in April 2007. He was treated badly at first, but now the Arsenal board sees him as a friend. In September 2008, he was made a non-executive director of the club. After buying shares from fellow director Danny Fiszman, Kroenke increased his share of the club to 20.5%. On May 1, 2009, Arsenal revealed that Kroenke had bought more shares from the Carr family, including Richard Carr, who was also a director. This gave Kroenke 28.3% of the company, making him the biggest shareholder. This went up to the highest of 29.9% in November of the same year.
The ownership of Arsenal F.C. and Arsenal W.F.C. is considerably different from that of other clubs in English football for men and women. t is owned by Arsenal Holdings plc, which has a small number of shares that don't trade very often. In the past, people from the Bracewell-Smith and Hill-Wood families have owned the club. In 2007, two rival businessmen, Stan Kroenke and Alisher Usmanov, bought a lot of shares in the club. This made people outside of the club interested in it. Kroenke made an offer of £550 million for Usmanov's share of the club in August 2018. The offer was accepted, and Kroenke bought out the rest of the shares to become the only owner of the team.
Top 10 sponsor partners of Arsenal FC in 2022/23 season:
2 Emirates Airline
3 Visit Rwanda
8 Ball Corporation
10 Camden Town Brewery
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