After months of anticipation, the first trailer for Arsenal’s ‘All or Nothing’ Amazon Prime documentary has been released online.
Arsenal were followed around by Amazon to produce an exclusive, behind the scenes documentary, which becomes the latest addition to their infamous ‘All or Nothing’ series.
The docuseries has followed a range of different sports teams including Premier League champions Manchester City and north London rivals Tottenham Hotspur, but Arsenal’s series has been eagerly awaited.
After such a whirlwind season for the Gunners, anticipation for the release of the documentary could not be higher, following the initial announcement ahead of the 2021/22 campaign.
Cameras have been following Mikel Arteta’s side behind the scenes throughout the season, which saw them finish fifth in the Premier League, narrowly missing out on Champions League football to rivals Spurs, despite initially not being considered a contender for the top four at all, in their first season without European football since the turn of the millennium.
Arsenal kicked off the season with three straight defeats, losing their opening game to Premier League newcomers Brentford, before losing their next two games against Chelsea and City, prompting barrages of attention from opposition fans with the documentary in mind.
An eight-game unbeaten run would follow, however, as would a number of twists and turns both on and off the pitch, with new, big money summer signings finding their feet and existing members of the squad being dismissed, as Arteta continued to reshape and rebuild the Gunners in an unlikely chase for the Champions League.
With so much going on in such an up and down campaign for Arsenal, the docuseries looks set to be a must-watch, highlighted by the release of the first trailer, which you can watch below.
WATCH: First official trailer for Arsenal’s ‘All or Nothing’ documentary series
The trailer highlights Arsenal’s early season struggles and their race for the top four in a very short tease, while very slyly hinting at the tension between Arteta and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
With all that went on at the Emirates last season, there’s no way this can’t be box office.
Arsenal have since continued their rebuild ahead of the upcoming 2022/23 season. Fabio Vieira and Matt Turner have already joined the club, while City forward Gabriel Jesus is expected to be the next man in at the Emirates.
After narrowly missing out on the Champions League, the Gunners were of course disappointed. But, with the way they have started in the transfer market once again this summer, they look desperate to avoid the same slip-ups that caught them out at the death last season.
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But, while the summer trudges on and clubs find their pre-season swing, all we can do is sit back and wait for this documentary, which could be a classic.
Be sure to keep your schedules clear for the full release on Thursday 4 August, because Arsenal’s 2021/22 season had it all, and the initial trailer has already shown that.