ARSENAL FC
NICKNAME: "Gunners"   COLORS:    
FOUNDED: 1886   CITY: London, England
LEAGUE: Premier   NATIONAL TITLES: 13
SUPPORTERS: "Gooners"
Gooners
Arsenal Jersey
England
Emirates Stadium
Emirates Stadium
CAPACITY: 60,000
 

Arsenal Football Club are a Premier League football club based in Holloway, London. One of the most successful clubs in English football, they have won 13 First Division and Premier League titles and a joint record 11 FA Cups.

Arsenal's success has been particularly consistent: the club has accumulated the second most points in English top-flight football, holds the ongoing record for the longest uninterrupted period in the top flight, and would be placed first in an aggregated league of the entire 20th century. Arsenal are the second side to complete an English top-flight season unbeaten (in the 2003–04 season), doing so under almost twice the matches of the previous team.

The club's success in the late 1990s and first decade of the 21st century owed a great deal to the 1996 appointment of Arsène Wenger as manager. Wenger brought new tactics, a new training regime and several foreign players who complemented the existing English talent.

SOURCE: Wikipedia

TITLES
1 Cup Winners' Cup
1 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup
13 Premier League
11 FA Cup
13 Community Shield
2 League Cup
MOST APPEARANCES
O'Leary
David O'LEARY Ireland
Tony ADAMS England
George ARMSTRONG England
Lee DIXON England
722
669
621
619
MOST GOALS
Henry
Thierry HENRY France
Ian WRIGHT England
Cliff BESTIN England
John RADFORD England
228
185
178
149
MEMORABLE GAMES
2006
2004
2003
1989
Champions League
Premier League
Champions League
First Division
Spain Real Madrid 0 vs 1 Arsenal England
England Tottenham 2 vs 2 Arsenal England
Italy Inter Milan 1 vs 5 Arsenal England
England Liverpool 0 vs 2 Arsenal England
NORTH LONDON DERBY
Tottenham
Arsenal vs Tottenham
Record (78 - 49 - 55)   Goals (286 - 242)
MOST APPS   MOST GOALS
O'Leary (35)       3 Players (8)
Tottenham
ARSENAL FC BEST XI

SEAMAN
GK

DIXON
RB

CAMPBELL
CD

ADAMS
CD

WINTERBURN
LB

LJUNGBERG
RM

VIEIRA
CM

BRADY
CM

PIRES
LM

HENRY
ST

BERGKAMP
ST

WENGER
MG
1 England GK David SEAMAN
1 Northern Ireland GK Pat JENNINGS
2 England RB Lee DIXON
2 England RB Pat RICE
3 England LB Nigel WINTERBURN
3 England LB Ashley COLE
5 England CB Sol CAMPBELL
5 Ireland CB David O'LEARY
6 England CB Tony ADAMS
6 England CB Martin KEOWN
4 France CM Patrick VIEIRA
4 England CM Ray PARLOUR
7 Sweden RM Freddie LJUNGBERG
7 England RM David ROCASTLE
8 Ireland CM Liam BRADY
8 France CM Emmanuel PETIT
11 France LM Robert PIRES
11 Netherlands LM Marc OVERMARS
9 France ST Thierry HENRY
9 England ST Ted DRAKE
10 Netherlands ST Dennis BERGKAMP
10 England ST Ian WRIGHT

INVINCIBLES
Arsenal went a record 49 consecutive top-flight league games unbeaten from May 2003 to October 2004.
SOURCE: Arsenal.com