Here you’ll find a wealth of up-to-date information about Arsenal, one of the UK’s most popular and successful football clubs. Whether you’re a keen supporter, or you’re just interested to find out more, this site is for you. There’s plenty of facts, figures and statistics covering pretty much every aspect of the club, from its current players and upcoming matches, to in-depth game analysis and rumours about future developments.
Known as ‘The Gunners’, Arsenal isn’t just one of the UK’s top football clubs, it’s also one of the biggest in the world. Since its establishment way back in 1886, the club has gone on to enjoy much success and is now the world’s sixth largest football club in terms of revenue – it also has the fifth largest worldwide social media fan base for a football club. Since 2006, its home stadium has been Emirates Stadium in the London district of Highbury. It’s currently the UK’s third largest football stadium, with a maximum capacity of around 60,000 spectators.
Over the years, Arsenal has won a string of professional football games to cement itself as one of the UK’s leading football clubs. It’s one of many to take part in the Premier League and is one of the most successful to do so. Of the 20 Premier League teams, Arsenal currently ranks third in terms of total wins, behind only Manchester United and Chelsea. The club is also the most successful at the FA Cup, having won a total of 13 titles to date.
Arsenal’s fans often refer to themselves as ‘Gooners’ and home matches regularly sell out. The club is known for its distinctive team colours, with its kit nearly always sporting the well known combination of red and white.
So if you’re interested in learning more about this hugely successful and popular football club, you’re in the right place. This site is designed for anyone with an interest in Arsenal. Doesn’t matter whether you’re a ‘Gooner’ or not, you’re welcome to browse through the different sections and keep up to date with the club’s latest goings-on.
Arsenal wins the FA Cup for the 11th time in the Club’s history following a glorious win over Hull City.
Arsenal matchwinner, Aaron Ramsey, hands credit for Cup success to Arsene Wenger- who himself admits ending trophy drought was ‘a relief’ and a turning point for the Gunners. Wenger has now won the FA Cup five times as a manager – a record he shares with Sir Alex Ferguson, former Manchester United manager
An open-top bus parade set off from the the Gunner’s Emirates Stadium at 12:00 BST, and thousands line the street for Arsenal’s victory parade.
Game Over: Tottenham 0-1 Arsenal
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Two Goals from Santi Cazorla (31′) and Tomas Rosicky (61′) help Arsenal beat Tottenham 2-0 in the FA Cup.
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Arsene Wenger reaction
Date: 4 January, 2014 (17.15)
Stadium: Emirates Stadium, London
Referee- Mark Clattenburg
Arsenal Starting Line-up: Fabianski, Sagna, Vermaelen, Koscielny, Monreal, Arteta, Wilshere, Rosicky, Cazorla, Gnabry, Walcott
Spurs Starting Line-up: Lloris, Walker, Chiriches, Dawson, Rose, Lennon, Bentaleb, Dembele, Eriksen, Adebayor, Soldado
Arsenal win their first match of 2014 and keep their leading position in the Premier League.
Nicklas Bendtner scored the first goal (88′) from a close range after Sagna’s header was saved by Marshall.
Theo Walcott sealed the game’s score with a beautiful kick above David Marshall (92′) following a great pass from Jack Wilshere.
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Arsenal will be hoping to repeat their 7-3 thrashing of Newcastle when their visit the Magpies at St. James Park exactly a year later. A win at St. James Park will see the Gunners go into the New Year as the league leaders. On the other hand, Newcastle can go into 2014 in a Champions League position if they manage to spoil Arsenal’s party and hope that Everton will drop points at home against Soton.
Both sides will go into this fixture full of confidence after both team bagged maximum points in their Boxing Day fixtures. Resilient Arsenal welcomed back Podolski in a 3-1 comeback win against the defiant West Ham that saw the German score one and setup another one. Podolski’s fitness is welcome news to both the fans and Wenger who now has a backup for the misfiring Giroud. Wenger will also be happy to welcome back Jack Wilshere from a two match suspension but will be without Koscielny and on-form Aaron Ramsey who limped off at West Ham. Nevertheless, Arsenal will be hoping that The Walcott can repeat his December 29th 2012 Hat trick this year. Although Alan Pardew’s boys are in great form (bagged 22 points out of the possible 27 points in their last 9 games) they should be very wary of the on-form gunners. Newcastle welcome back Tiote and hope that Remy will continue with his impressive form.
Wilshere and Koscielny returned to the Arsenal line-up, Mesut Ozil will not be playing due to shoulder injured.
Line-up: Szczesny, Sagna, Mertesacker, Koscielny, Gibbs, Flamini, Rosicky, Wilshere, Walcott, Cazorla, Giroud.
Subs: Fabianski, Jenkinson, Arteta, Ryo, Bendtner, Gnabry, Podolski.
Care for some Arsenal Newcastle Numbers?
173 – Sunday’s meeting will be the 173rd game and the 159th league meeting between the two sides
79 – Arsenal have scored a record 79 points in 2013. This record cannot be surpassed.
19 – Arsenal have scored 19 away points this season (the most away points this campaign). Arsenal last played Newcastle on 19th May 2013 and won by a solitary goal to finish fourth on the league
13 – Aaron Ramsey is the leading goal scorer at the Emirates with 13 goals while Loic Remey is the leading goal scorer at St. James Park with 10 goals.
11- There were 11 (7-3 and 1-0) goals scored in the same fixture last season bur only one goal scored at St. James Park
7 – The Magpies have scored maximum points in 7 of their last 9 games
Arsenal arrives at this game, after losing its first place spot to Liverpool. We are sure they will do their very best to regain the leadership in the Premier League. West Ham, on the other hand are struggling at the bottom of the table and will give a huge fight to get these precious points, they need so bad.
Arsenal is the favorite in the game having won 8 of the last 10 Premier League games against West Ham but has not won in its last games. Will this be the turning point for Arsene Wenger and the Gunners?