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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

Arsenal (Marvel Comics)

Arsenal is a fictional character, a robot appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character first appears in ''Iron Man'' #114 (Sep. 1978) and was created by Bill Mantlo and Keith Giffen.==Publication history==Arsenal first appeared in a two-part storyline in ''Iron Man'' #114 (Sept. 1978) and ''Avengers'' Annual #9 (1979). The character made a final appearance in ''Hulk'' #282 (April 1983). The Arsenal "Alpha" unit appeared in ''Iron Man'' vol. 3, #84-85 (Aug. 2004).==Fictional... read more

Arsenal

An arsenal is a place where and are made, stored, or issued, in any combination, whether privately or . ''Arsenal'' and ''armoury'' (British English) or ''armory'' (US spellingSoanes, Catherine and Stevenson, Angus (ed.) (2005). ''Oxford Dictionary of English'', 2nd Ed., revised, Oxford University Press, Oxford, New York, p. 85. ISBN 978-0-19-861057-1.The English barrister and heraldist meant that the spelling without a u was never used for weapons but only used for armory in the meaning of the... read more

1960–61 Arsenal F.C. season

During the 1960–61 English football season, Arsenal F.C. competed in the Football League First Division.==Season summary==In the 1960–61 season, the Gunners had a satisfying season where they ended up in 7th place heading into 1961, but a poor run of just four wins in their final 17 games saw Swindin's side end the campaign in a disappointing 11th place and to make things worse for Arsenal supporters, they had to witness their fierce North London rivals Tottenham win the league and cup double.==Final... read more

Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Chelsea-Arsenal

This page is an archive of the proposed deletion of the article below. Further comments should be made on the article's talk page, if it exists; or after the end of this archived section. The result of the debate was Delete --''Allen3'' talk July 4, 2005 22:40 (UTC)===Chelsea-Arsenal===Wikipedia is not a collection of random sports results. Is this a possible speedy? Qwghlm 20:13, Jun 21, 2005 (UTC) 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

2010–11 Arsenal F.C. season

The 2010–11 season was Arsenal Football Club's 19th season in the Premier League. The team were within one point of league leaders Manchester United at the end of February, but a run of just one league win throughout the entire of March and April ended their challenge. Arsenal's attempts to win the Champions League were ended once again by Barcelona, being beaten 4–3 on aggregate at the round of 16 stage after defeating them 2–1 at home, whilst hopes of winning the FA Cup were ended in the... read more

1997–98 Arsenal F.C. season

The 1997–98 season was the 100th season of competitive football played by Arsenal. Managed by Arsène Wenger in his first full season, the club ended the campaign winning the league championship for the first time in seven years. At Wembley Stadium, Arsenal beat Newcastle United 2–0 in the 1998 FA Cup Final to win the competition and complete a domestic double – the second in the club's history and the first since 1970–71. Arsenal exited the Football League Cup in the semi-finals to Chelsea... read more

2011–12 Arsenal F.C. season

The 2011–12 season was Arsenal's 20th season in the Premier League, and also marked the club's 125th anniversary. Arsenal's attempts to win silverware all proved fruitless. In the Premier League, Arsenal struggled to recover from a poor start to the season. Though they did finish the season in the final qualification berth for the next season's UEFA Champions League. Arsenal's UEFA Champions League campaign once again proved unsuccessful, falling at the first hurdle in the knockout stage, with... 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

1991–92 Arsenal F.C. season

The 1991–92 season was the 94th season of competitive football played by Arsenal. The club, managed by George Graham, entered the season as Football League First Division champions, with only one defeat in the previous campaign. In spite of scoring the most goals in the division, Arsenal ended the season in fourth position, ten points behind league champions Leeds United. The club exited the FA Cup after defeat by Fourth Division opponents Wrexham and fell at the same stage of the Football League... read more

1996–97 Arsenal F.C. season

The 1996–97 season was the 99th season of competitive football played by Arsenal. The club dismissed manager Bruce Rioch in the close season, who spent a year in-charge. After much speculation, Frenchman Arsène Wenger was appointed as his replacement – the club's first manager born outside of the British Isles. At the end of the campaign, Arsenal finished third in the Premier League and missed out on UEFA Champions League qualification. They made exits in the fourth round of both the FA Cup... read more

2001–02 Arsenal F.C. season

The 2001–02 season was the 104th season of competitive football played by Arsenal. Having ended the previous season as FA Cup finalists and league runners-up to Manchester United, the club went one better in this campaign, by completing the domestic double – their second in four years and third overall. Arsenal won the Premier League by a seven-point margin, were unbeaten away from home and managed the unique feat of scoring in every league game. They lost only three times in the division, all... 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

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

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