Arsenal are still one of the biggest clubs in English football. Known as ‘The Gunners’, Arsenal were founded in 1886 as Dial Square. The club experienced great success during their time at Highbury and are still waiting to endure the same levels at Emirates Stadium.
Arsene Wenger led Arsenal to become one of the most successful ever Premier League outfits; The Invincibles of the 2003/04 season have still yet to be matched by any other team and going a full Premier League campaign unbeaten is quite the achievement. Since Wenger’s departure in 2018, the club has failed for stability and the Gunners fanbase will be optimistic that current manager Mikel Arteta can get them back to where they belong.
Overall, Arsenal have won more FA Cups than any other side in the competition, lifting the trophy on 14 occasions - the most recent being their triumph over Chelsea in the 2020 FA Cup Final. Despite winning 13 First Division/Premier League titles, Arsenal are yet to lift the Champions League. They have endured some European success, winning the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup in the 1993/94 campaign. The Gunners have also won the League Cup twice and FA Community Shield 16 times.
Highbury Stadium saw several, talented Arsenal players throughout the years; the likes of Thierry Henry, Dennis Bergkamp and Patrick Vieria all played a huge part in Arsenal’s success. Emirates Stadium has seen some outstanding talent, also - with superstars such as Mesut Ozil, Robin Van Persie and Alexis Sanchez all producing moments of magic in north London.
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