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Arsenal F.C.

Arsenal Football Club is an English professional football club based in Holloway, HollowayLondon, that plays in the HollowayLondonPremier League, the top flight of English football. The club has won 12 has wonFA Cups, a joint-record, 13 League titles, two League Cups, 14 League CupsFA Community Shields, one League CupsFA Community ShieldUEFA Cup Winners' Cup and one League CupsFA Community ShieldUEFA Cup Winners' CupInter-Cities Fairs Cup.Arsenal was the first club from the South of England to join... read more

History of Arsenal F.C.

The History of Arsenal Football Club is described in detail in two separate articles: read more

Arsenal F.C. (Honduras)

Arsenal Football Club is a Honduran football team based in Roatán, Honduras.It currently plays in Liga de Ascenso de Honduras in Zona Norte-Occidente Group A.==History==Only founded in 1999, the team had a chance to be promoted to the top division, Liga Nacional de Honduras, – La Tribuna in May 2007 but they lost to Deportes Savio in the promotion play-off. – Terra ==References==Category:Association football clubs established in 1999Category:1999 establishments in Honduras read more

Berekum Arsenal F.C.

Berekum Arsenal Football Club is a Ghanaian football club based in Berekum. They are a member of the Division One League. Their home stadium is Berekum Sports Stadium.The club's name and home kit are inspired by Arsenal F.C.==External links==Category:Association football clubs established in 1978 read more

Category:Wikipedian Arsenal F.C. fans

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Ownership of Arsenal F.C.

The ownership of Arsenal Football Club is considerably different from that of other clubs in English football. It is owned by a parent company, Arsenal Holdings plc, which has relatively few shares which are infrequently traded. Historically, the club has been owned by descendants of the Bracewell-Smith and Hill-Wood families, but since 2007 the club has attracted outside interest and two rival tycoons have acquired significant share holdings. As of 1 July 2011, the majority shareholder in the club... read more

Arsenal F.C. supporters

London based Arsenal Football Club has developed a strong following since its founding in 1886. Arsenal's fans are often referred to as Gooners, the name derived from the team's nickname, the "Gunners".Many fanzines, blogs, podcasts and fans websites have been dedicated to the club and the fans have long-standing rivalries with several other clubs; the most notable of these is with neighbours Tottenham Hotspur, with whom they regularly contest the North London derby.The club and the fans have regularly... read more

Arsenal F.C. Reserves

Arsenal Reserves are the reserve team of Arsenal Football Club.They play the majority of their home games at Meadow Park, which is also the home of Boreham Wood. The team mainly consists of Under-21 players at the club, with players under 18 playing for the Arsenal Academy side. Senior players occasionally play in the reserve side, for instance when they are recovering from injury.Terry Burton was named head coach on 5 July 2012, replacing Neil Banfield after his promotion to the role of first-team... read more

Arsenal F.C. Academy

Arsenal Football Club Academy are the youth team of Arsenal Football Club. They currently play in the Professional Development League, the highest level of youth football in England. The club enter Under-18 and Under-16 teams in the League, but they operate the academy for boys from the age of nine upwards.Some of the senior members of the U18 team also play for Arsenal Reserves. The current head coach is Steve Gatting replacing Pat Holland who was in charge less than two months after the promotion... read more

Arsenal F.C.–Chelsea F.C. rivalry

The rivalry between Arsenal and Chelsea is a football local derby in London between the two clubs. Arsenal play their home games at the Emirates Stadium, while Chelsea play their home games at Stamford Bridge.==Background==While they never considered each other primary rivals, as the two top clubs in London there has always been strong needle between the fans dating back to the 1930s. Matches between them would often attract large attendances.The Arsenal and Chelsea rivalry has been more recently... read more

Arsenal L.F.C.

Arsenal Football Club are an English women's association football club affiliated with Arsenal Football Club. Founded in 1987, they are the most successful club in English women's football having won 43 major trophies to date; which are 2 FA WSL titles, 12 FA Women's Premier League titles, 14 FA Women's Cups, ten Women's Premier League Cups, 4 FA WSL Continental Cups and one UEFA Women's Champions League (formerly the UEFA Women's Cup).==History==The club was founded in 1987 by Vic Akers, the kit... read more

Arsenal F.C. in European football

Arsenal Football Club is an English professional football club based in Holloway, North London. The club's first European football match was played against Copenhagen XI on 25 September 1963, and it has since participated in European club competitions on several occasions, most of which organised by the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA). Arsenal has won two European honours: the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup in 1970 and the Cup Winners' Cup in 1994 – the latter title recognised by the European... read more

2012–13 Arsenal F.C. season

The 2012–13 season was Arsenal Football Club's 21st season in the Premier League and 93rd consecutive season in the top flight of English football. Arsenal participated in the Premier League and the UEFA Champions League, after finishing 3rd in the previous Premier League season. The League Cup however was out of their reach, and despite an entertaining cup run, which included 13 goals scored in two games, Arsenal lost to fourth-division Bradford City in the quarter-finals on penalties. In the... read more

1976–77 Arsenal F.C. season

During the 1976–77 English football season, Arsenal F.C. competed in the Football League First Division.==Season summary==In the 1976–77 season, former Tottenham boss Terry Neill was recruited by the Arsenal board to replace Bertie Mee in the summer, and at the age of 34 he became the youngest Arsenal manager to date.Arsenal started the season well with just 2 defeats in their first 9 league games but their title challenge soon began to fade and at one stage went on a poor run of 9 defeats in... read more

2013–14 Arsenal F.C. season

The 2013–14 season was Arsenal Football Club's 22nd season in the Premier League and 94th consecutive season in the top flight of English football. Arsenal participated in the Premier League, FA Cup, League Cup and the UEFA Champions League, after finishing fourth in the previous Premier League season. Despite an opening day 1–3 league defeat at home to Aston Villa, which exacerbated underlying anger at the club's inactivity in the transfer market, Arsenal's league campaign got off to a strong... read more


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