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ARSENAL will NOT face action for the wild celebrations of their late winner against Bournemouth last weekend.

The Football Association launched a probe after referee Chris Kavanagh mentioned in his match report how Arsenal staff and substitutes had run onto the pitch followingReiss Nelson’s 97th-minute goal.

While Arsenal legend, Martin Keown has slammed Arsenal goalkeeper Matt Turner after his mistake led to a goal against Sporting Lisbon. in the Europa League.

The keeper has only played two games since the turn of the year and his rustiness showed for Sporting's equaliser.

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  • Ian Tuckey10th Mar 2023, 23:12

    Ex-Red Devils hero reveals he's an Arsenal fan

    Ex-Manchester United midfielder Kieran Richardson has admitted he’s an Arsenal fan and will buy a season ticket next season.

    The former Sunderland star, 38, also revealed it's only after quitting playing in 2016 that's he's really started to enjoy football.

    He told Man Utd News: “I watch football so much now – I did not watch it much as a footballer – I did not really care.

    “Now as someone not playing, I enjoy being an Arsenal fan – I am buying a season ticket next season.

    “I am an Arsenal fan but when you play for a club, you are not thinking about Arsenal. Whichever club you are at, that is the team you are riding for.

    “I knocked Arsenal out of the FA Cup and I scored against them.”

  • Ian Tuckey10th Mar 2023, 23:05

    Utd and Arsenal told Raphinha would cost £70m

    Barcelona winger Raphinha would reportedly cost his Premier League admirers £70million in the summer.

    Arsenal and Manchester United, as well as Chelsea, are thought to have shown interest in the ex-Leeds favourite.

    More and more, the 26-year-old is being tipped to depart the Nou Camp after just one season.

    Barca need to trim their spending and Raphinha's erratic form makes him vulnerable.

    Nonetheless, he's notched eight goals and nine assists for the LaLiga leaders in all competitions.

  • Ian Tuckey10th Mar 2023, 22:40

    Prem stars ponder BBC interview boycott

    Prem stars could reportedly boycott interviews with BBC before and after matches in solidarity with Gary Lineker.

    Match of the Dayhosts staged a mutiny tonight after the Beeb yankedLinekeroff air over the Nazi tweet row — plunging the flagship show into chaos.

    Ian Wright andAlan Shearerwalked out in “solidarity” with Lineker, 62, who had compared theGovernment’s language around its small boats crackdown to that of 1930s Germany.

    The BBC was left scrambling to find a panel for the show, as other stars ruled themselves out.

    Now Times journalistHenry Winterhas claimed that several players could also boycott being interviewed by the broadcaster.

    He tweeted: “Football’s backlash against @BBC intensifies over its treatment of @GaryLineker. Many @premierleague players keen to show support for ex-pro pundits who step aside from @BBCMOTD. And @PFA will also fully support players who face fines for not completing required broadcast duties.”

  • Ian Tuckey10th Mar 2023, 21:34

    Saliba 'wants significant pay rise'

    William Saliba wants a hefty pay rise to follow Gabriel Martinelli by signing a new long-term Arsenal contract.

    That's the claim from journalist Ben Jacobs as boss Mikel Arteta tries to tie down his starlets.

    Centre-back Saliba and England winger Bukayo Saka are his priorities.

    And Jacobs wrote in GiveMeSport: “Arsenal’s instant priority was to fend off interest during a period when Saliba was still unsettled, and then give him a chance.

    "And we’ll now see talks ramp up because it’s clear Arsenal view Saliba as integral.

    “Now it’s a case of terms being agreed. Saliba will want a significant pay rise, while Arsenal are hoping for a slightly longer deal than all parties first anticipated.

    “Talks continue, but Arsenal are calm about the situation. The full expectation remains Saliba will extend.”

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  • Ian Tuckey10th Mar 2023, 21:04

    Arteta urges paitence over Jesus

    Mikel Arteta hopes Arsenal fans will be patient over Gabriel Jesus's return.

    The Brazil striker has trained well and could return in late March.

    The star summer recruit from Manchester City hasn't played since knee surgery for a World Cup injury.

    And ahead of Sunday's Prem trip to Fulham, Arteta says the Gunners "won't rush" Jesus.

  • Ian Tuckey10th Mar 2023, 20:13

    We've got strong Will

    William Saliba believes Arsenal’s latest 2-2 draw with Sporting CP shows the Gunners never give up and can always come back to get a result.

    He said: “As always we never give up and we scored the second goal. We have a game back home and we will give everything to win.

    “We conceded two goals and the most important thing is that we didn’t lose and we have another game.

    “It’s always bad to concede two goals and one from a set piece and one from a counter-attack but it’s ok, we didn’t lose, it’s the most important [thing] and we have the next game at home.

    “We know that they can score but we know that we can come back always. We never give up and that’s a good mentality from the team.

    “We will do this every time. It’s always better to lead but when we don’t lead we have to come back.”

  • Ian Tuckey10th Mar 2023, 19:20

    No penalty for celebration vs Cherries

    Arsenal have escaped punishment for their wild celebrations against Bournemouth.

    Pandemonium ensued at the Emirates last Saturday when Reiss Nelson bagged a 98th-minute winner to maintain the Gunners’ lead at the top of the Premier League table.

    Jubiliant substitutes poured onto the pitch to celebrate the potentially season-defining goal and the wild scenes were reported by ref Chris Kavanagh.

    The celebration of Gunners boss Mikel Arteta was also noted in Kavanagh’s report.

    An FA investigation quickly ensued but will yield no punishment.

    It was thought a fine could be imminent due to FA rules over player and staff conduct.

  • Ian Tuckey10th Mar 2023, 18:44

    Nuno 'very unlikely to play for Arsenal again'

    Nuno Tavares is tipped for a permanent exit when the Arsenal left-back returns from his Marseilleloan in the summer.

    Oleksandr Zinchenko and Newcastle target Kieran Tierney are thought to remain way ahead of the Portuguese 23-year-old in Mikel Arteta's thinking.

    And journalist Ben Jacobs toldTEAMtalk: “With Tavares, I think it’s very unlikely that he’ll play for Arsenal again.

    "That’s just a positional kind of thing.Zinchenko, Tierney, at the moment, is still there, Tomiyasu there, as well.

    “When I look at Tavares, I don’t really see him as an Arsenal left back.

    “What’s interesting about the Marseille spell at the moment, where he’s on loan, is that he’s scoring goals.

    “Arsenal’s concern, in my view, is around those defensive qualities, whereas what he’s showing at Marseille is that he can be very enterprising from an attacking point of view."

  • Ian Tuckey10th Mar 2023, 17:37

    It's just not Wright

    Ian Wright has pulled out of Match of the Day after the BBC's decision to take Gary Lineker off air.

    The England and Arsenal legend tweeted: "Everybody knows what Match of the Day means to me, but I’ve told the BBC I won’t be doing it tomorrow. Solidarity."

    The pundit made the decision shortly after the BBC pulled Lineker from the presenting the Premier League highlights programme this weekend.

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    In a major U-turn, the broadcaster announced Lineker would be suspended from his presenting duties after previously saying he would face no disciplinary action.

    They added the suspension will remain in place until an agreement is reached on his social media use.

    Wright is a regular pundit on the show alongside Newcastle and England icon Alan Shearer.

    It comes afterMr Linekersparked major backlash this week when he took toTwitterto hit out at theIllegal Migration Bill, which bans migrants who arrive on small boats from settling in Britain.

  • Ian Tuckey10th Mar 2023, 17:19

    Sam stunned by City selling Gab & Zinchenko to Arsenal

    Sam Allardyce cannot believe Manchester City sold Oleksandr Zinchenko and Gabriel Jesus to Arsenal last summer.

    He told the Tippy Tappy podcast: “He’s (Guardiola) going to get some stick though for selling those players to Arsenal if they win the league.

    “All the fans will look and say ‘look at what it’s cost us’ if they don’t win the league, he’ll be right under the cosh I think.

    “It’s his buddy isn’t it, he was with him for years and he helped him get the job at Arsenal and now he’s given him two quality players to go.”

  • Ian Tuckey10th Mar 2023, 16:47

    'Balogun could go for £17.5m'

    A modest price tag placed on Arsenal frontman Folarin Balogun is attracting the interest of a European giant, while a journalist has claimed Newcastle may yet bring him up north.

    Journalist Steve Kay recently reported Newcastle are sizing up Balogun. In his words, the Magpies are ‘considering making a bid’ in the next transfer window.

    How much Balogun might cost if given the greenlight to go by Arsenal wasn’t stated. However, a fresh report out of Italy has shed light on that front, as well as putting AC Milan in the mix.

    Gazzetta dello Sport report Arsenal’s current valuation of Balogun is a somewhat modest £17.5m-£22m.

  • Ian Tuckey10th Mar 2023, 16:06

    Gunners 'would prefer Zubimendi to Moises'

    Arsenal would ‘prefer’ to sign Real Sociedad midfielder Martin Zubimendi over Brighton and Hove Albion’s Moises Caicedo this summer, according to transfer expert Steve Kay.

    Zubimendi will prove to be a cheaper purchase, too, as he is believed to have a release clause of £52.5m in his contract.

    On Twitter, Kay said: “Arsenal would prefer to sign Martin Zubimendi over Moises Caicedo in the upcoming summer window alongside midfielder Declan Rice.

    “AFC tried to sign the Sociedad player in January before Caicedo but he wanted to keep loyal to the Spanish club until the end of the season.”

  • Kealan Hughes10th Mar 2023, 15:56

    Ex-United star spots Tierney flaw

    Former Man Utd defender Paul Parker has explained why he “would never want” Arsenal left-back Kieran Tierney at Old Trafford.

    Parker told MyBettingSites: “No, no, no, no I would never want Kieran Tierney at Man United. He is always injured. He is not a terrible player but he wouldn’t be an upgrade from Luke Shaw or Tyrell Malacia. Not in a million years.

    “He is an old school left-back. He is always going up that line. He is always working in a straight line and is not contributing to the play like Oleksandr Zinchenko or other modern full-backs.

    “He is everything that a traditional full-back is but he has not added anything new to his play. He should learn from Zinchenko, who is the best full-back in the league and it’s incredible that Man City did let him go. I don’t get it.”

  • Kealan Hughes10th Mar 2023, 15:36

    Arsenal star set to leave

    Nuno Tavares is “very unlikely” to play for Arsenal again, according to Ben Jacobs.

    Speaking to TEAMtalk, Jacobs explained: “With Tavares, I think it’s very unlikely that he’ll play for Arsenal again. That’s just a positional kind of thing.

    “Zinchenko, Tierney, at the moment, is still there, Tomiyasu there, as well.

    L'Equipe have claimed Mikel Arteta and his staff were “often annoyed with his behaviour”, before agreeing to let him go on loan.

  • Kealan Hughes10th Mar 2023, 15:09

    Arsenal avoid Bournemouth celebration punishment

    Arsenal have escaped punishment for their wild celebrations against Bournemouth.

    Pandemonium ensued at the Emirates last Saturday when Reiss Nelson bagged a 98th-minute winner to maintain the Gunners' lead at the top of the Premier League table.

    Jubiliant substitutes poured onto the pitch to celebrate the potentially season-defining goal and the wild scenes were reported by ref Chris Kavanagh.

    The celebration of Gunners boss Mikel Arteta was also noted in Kavanagh's report.

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    An FA investigation quickly ensued but will yield no punishment.

    It was thought a fine could be imminent due to FA rules over player and staff conduct.

  • Kealan Hughes10th Mar 2023, 14:45

    Saliba impressed by Arsenal belief

    William Saliba believes Arsenal’s latest 2-2 draw with Sporting CP shows the Gunners never give up and can always come back to get a result.

    He said: “As always we never give up and we scored the second goal. We have a game back home and we will give everything to win.

    “We conceded two goals and the most important thing is that we didn’t lose and we have another game.

    “It’s always bad to concede two goals and one from a set piece and one from a counter-attack but it’s ok, we didn’t lose, it’s the most important [thing] and we have the next game at home.

    “We know that they can score but we know that we can come back always. We never give up and that’s a good mentality from the team.

    “We will do this every time. It’s always better to lead but when we don’t lead we have to come back.”

  • Kealan Hughes10th Mar 2023, 14:26

    Allardyce shocked by Arsenal buys

    Sam Allardyce cannot believe Manchester City sold Oleksandr Zinchenko and Gabriel Jesus to Arsenal last summer.

    He told the Tippy Tappy podcast: “He’s (Guardiola) going to get some stick though for selling those players to Arsenal if they win the league.

    "All the fans will look and say ‘look at what it’s cost us’ if they don’t win the league, he’ll be right under the cosh I think.

    “It’s his buddy isn’t it, he was with him for years and he helped him get the job at Arsenal and now he’s given him two quality players to go."

  • Kealan Hughes10th Mar 2023, 13:59

    Arsenal frontman attracting transfer interest

    A modest price tag placed on Arsenal frontman Folarin Balogun is attracting the interest of a European giant, while a journalist has claimed Newcastle may yet bring him up north.

    Journalist Steve Kay recently reported Newcastle are sizing up Balogun. In his words, the Magpies are ‘considering making a bid’ in the next transfer window.

    How much Balogun might cost if given the greenlight to go by Arsenal wasn’t stated. However, a fresh report out of Italy has shed light on that front, as well as putting AC Milan in the mix.

    Gazzetta dello Sport report Arsenal’s current valuation of Balogun is a somewhat modest £17.5m-£22m.

  • Kealan Hughes10th Mar 2023, 13:37

    Lokonga heading for summer exit?

    Arsenal star Albert Sambi Lokonga could leave in the summer, according to TEAMtalk's Ben Jacobs.

    He said: "It never really worked out playing for Arsenal, he never lived up to the billing, and has been forced out on loan as a result and it doesn’t really feel like he’s going to be part of Arsenal’s plans moving forward.

    “So it is a very realistic possibility that he goes. He only played six times for Arsenal in the Premier League before the loan move to Crystal Palace.

    “That would suggest Mikel Arteta probably doesn’t see him as part of the plans, but he’s only 23. That’s the only caveat.”

  • Kealan Hughes10th Mar 2023, 13:03

    Winterburn makes Smith Rowe prediction

    Nigel Winterburn has warned Emile Smith Rowe he may not be able to play in his preferred position now he has returned from injury.

    He told Paddy Power: “Emile Smith Rowe's best position is behind the striker. He's a good runner with the ball but unfortunately, he's got Martin Ødegaard - who's been outstanding this season - playing in that position.

    “It hasn't really been an issue this season because Smith-Rowe has been injured a lot and he's never really had the opportunity to build up game time and get his fitness back to the top level.

    “He can play in number ten, and he could play left, and he can play right so there's a lot of opportunities there for him this season he just needs to get 100% fit."

  • Kealan Hughes10th Mar 2023, 12:46

    Granit Xhaka shares trophy belief

    Granit Xhaka believes Arsenal will be able to deal with the pressure of winning silverware in the business end of the season.

    Asked if the gunners have the mentality to play two games a week as they chase success in the Prem and in Europa, the midfielder replied: "Absolutely.

    "You can see that every team is playing different against us. They are dropping a lot, sometimes they are pressing us as well.

    "But this is what happens when you are top of the League - much more pressure than before, for sure. But in general, I think we are doing well. I think there is a good mentality in the team and let's try to keep that."

  • Kealan Hughes10th Mar 2023, 12:20

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    Arsenal identify Moises Caicedo alternative

    Arsenal would ‘prefer’ to sign Real Sociedad midfielder Martin Zubimendi over Brighton and Hove Albion’s Moises Caicedo this summer, according to transfer expert Steve Kay.

    Zubimendi will prove to be a cheaper purchase, too, as he is believed to have a release clause of £52.5m in his contract.

    On Twitter, Kay said: “Arsenal would prefer to sign Martin Zubimendi over Moises Caicedo in the upcoming summer window alongside midfielder Declan Rice.

    “AFC tried to sign the Sociedad player in January before Caicedo but he wanted to keep loyal to the Spanish club until the end of the season.”

  • Kealan Hughes10th Mar 2023, 11:58

    Winterburn identifies new Martinelli role

    Former Arsenal star Nigel Winterburn believes Gabriel Martinelli should be used as a false nine in the absence of Eddie Nketiah and Gabriel Jesus.

    He told Paddy Power: “I’m not a big believer in the false-9 position. Leandro Trossard has played that role recently but only because Gabriel Jesus and Eddie Nketiah have been injured. Without an out and out number nine, Mikel Arteta has had to trust the front line.

    “If Jesus and Nketiah aren’t available then Gabriel Martinelli will play that role [number 9]. He’s got real pace to stretch teams in behind. If you’re playing as a centre-forward, you have to link up play and create space and opportunities for yourself, but also for your teammates.

    “Martinelli was good when he went into that forward role thanks to his pace and power going forward. I don't see it [lacking a striker] as a problem at the moment."

  • Kealan Hughes10th Mar 2023, 11:42

    Martinelli looks awkward as striker

    Dean Ashton believes Gabriel Martinelli ‘doesn’t look natural’ as a striker at Arsenal after Mikel Arteta used the Brazilian centrally during his team’s Europa League trip to Sporting Lisbon.

    Ashton told talkSPORT: "They’re able to craft these chances so beautifully.

    "But it just doesn’t look natural for Martinelli to be there."

  • Kealan Hughes10th Mar 2023, 11:19

    Ex-Arsenal star rejects Spurs

    Tottenham chief Fabio Paratici recently made an approach to sign former Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny, report Gazzetta dello Sport.

    Spurs seem to be on the hunt for a replacement for Hugo Lloris, whose age and recent form make the goalkeeper position ripe for an upgrade.

    Paratici previously worked as the Chief Football Officer at Juventus, so there was also a bit of a personal connection between him and Szczesny.

    But the 32-year-old gave an unequivocal “no” to any negotiations.

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Who is the most famous player in Arsenal? ›

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The team that Arsenal have played most in league competition is Manchester United, who they first met in the 1894–95 Football League season; the 83 defeats from 204 meetings is more than they have lost against any other club.

What is Arsenal starting lineup? ›

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Who are Arsenal enemies? ›

Arsenal's longest-running and deepest rivalry is with their nearest major neighbours, Tottenham Hotspur, with matches between the two being referred to as the North London derby.

What is so special about Arsenal? ›

Arsenal is one of the most successful squads in English football history, having played in the country's top division (Football League First Division to 1992, Premier League thereafter) each season since 1919. In the process it has captured 13 league titles.

Why is Arsenal so loved? ›

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Since then, they have won 13 League titles, a record 13 FA Cups, 3 League Cups, and 15 Community Shields. They are also the second most successful side in English history. This puts Arsenal as one of the most popular clubs.

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Who did Arsenal sell this summer? ›

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Did Arsenal make any signings on Deadline Day? ›

Arsenal announces the signing of Jorginho from Chelsea. The player was interested in the move and a keen Arteta snapped up the opportunity to get him to Arsenal on deadline day.

Who is the most popular Arsenal fan? ›

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Who is the best striker in Arsenal? ›

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Who is the biggest rival of Arsenal? ›

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What is Arsenal biggest win ever? ›

Arsenal's record win? 12–0 against Loughborough, Second Division, 12 March 1900. Just nine more goals to go!

Who are Arsenal FC biggest rivals? ›

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The two clubs are literally right down the street from each other, and their fans despise each other. Arsenal leads the all-time series, 61-48-41, with 13 titles to Spurs' two.

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How many Americans support Arsenal? ›

Chris Harris, managing editor of Arsenal Digital Group (which oversees the club's online properties), reports that 3.36 million Americans make up 10 percent of the total worldwide audience for Arsenal's web site. Their Facebook page, meanwhile, boasts more than 969,000 American likes.

What are Arsenal fans called? ›

What is the Nickname for Arsenal Fans? Arsenal fans are more commonly known as 'Gooners'.

Why do Africans support Arsenal? ›

Arsenal have the best history of inclusivity of the London clubs, several high profile African players have played for them, and it's not long ago that Arsenal were playing attractive football and winning.

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How much did Arsenal pay for Saka? ›

Bukayo Saka signed a 4 year / £6,240,000 contract with the Arsenal F.C., including an annual average salary of £1,560,000. In 2022, Saka will earn a base salary of £3,640,000, while carrying a cap hit of £3,640,000.

Who is Arsenal signing in January? ›

Jorginho was our third and final signing of the January transfer window. The Italian has joined us from Chelsea in a deal worth £12 million, and he has signed an 18-month contract (Sky Sports).

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Gaspart travelled to London to open negotiations with Arsenal and eventually reached an agreement to sign Overmars and his teammate Emmanuel Petit for a combined fee of around £32 million in July 2000. Overmars cost £25 million, making him the most expensive player in Dutch football history.

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Which player is Arsenal bidding for? ›

Arsenal have been interested in signing Leicester City's Youri Tielemans since last summer and are reportedly keen on securing the deal in the summer on free. According to reports in the Football Insider, Arsenal are the frontrunners for Tielemans as they aim to strengthen their squad under Mikel Arteta.

Have Arsenal made a bid? ›

According to La Repubblica, Mikel Arteta's Arsenal have made a bid for Juventus midfielder Weston McKennie, who has reportedly agreed personal terms with Jesse Marsch's Leeds United.

What day is the 2023 transfer deadline? ›

The January transfer window opened on Sunday January 1, 2023 and closed at 11pm in England and midnight in Scotland on Tuesday January 31, 2023. Catch all the latest transfer news and rumours in our dedicated Transfer Centre blog on Sky Sports' digital platforms.

What is Arsenal's real name? ›

Arsenal, in full Arsenal Football Club, byname the Gunners, English professional football (soccer) team based in London.

What is Arsenal biggest win? ›

Arsenal's record win? 12–0 against Loughborough, Second Division, 12 March 1900. Just nine more goals to go!

What is the new Arsenal top? ›

The Adidas Arsenal 2022-2023 third football shirt is mainly light pink. It is the first-ever pink shirt in the history of the North London club. We expect the Arsenal 22-23 home kit to be launched in May, the away in July and the third in August.

Why Arsenal moved? ›

Financial success, being close to a London Underground station and improved facilities were the main reasons Arsenal moved 12 miles across London to north London in 1913 and it is where they have remained ever since.

What do Arsenal fans call Arsenal? ›

Since the 1980s, Arsenal's fans have often been referred to as Gooners, a derivation from the team's nickname, the "Gunners".

Who is Arsenal's nemesis? ›

Didier Drogba: Arsenal's nemesis goes back to his roots...

Which is the oldest club in England? ›

Also, the EFL have stated that Nottingham Forest are the oldest current League club (1865). The club state they are the oldest professional Football League Club in the world, existing since 1863.

Who are Arsenal biggest rivals? ›

Arsenal's longest-running and deepest rivalry is with their nearest major neighbour, Tottenham Hotspur; matches between the two are referred to as the North London derby. There also exists a rivalry between Arsenal and Chelsea.

What are 4 goals called in soccer? ›

For reference: 2 = brace, 3 = hat-trick, 4 = haul, 5 = glut, 6 = double hat-trick, 7 = haul-trick.

What has Arsenal never won? ›

Liverpool take on Real Madrid in the UEFA Champions League final tonight, and at least one former Arsenal player will leave Le Parc des Princes with a winners medal around his neck. The Gunners have never won the Champions League before.

What is the most iconic shirt number in Arsenal? ›

Number 14. One of the most iconic numbers in Arsenal's history, all thanks to one man. While it had been worn in the past on occasion by some memorable club greats, it became what it is today thanks to the best player ever to play for the club, Thierry Henry.

Are Arsenal still a top 6 club? ›

In men's professional football in England, the term 'The Big 6' refers to Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United, Manchester City, and Tottenham Hotspur. They generate more revenue than most other clubs in the Premier League, and they have a bigger following at home and abroad.

Where do away fans drink at Arsenal? ›

Food and drink

Refreshments are available in the Away Supporters' Area at Emirates Stadium from 6.30pm ahead of evening games, and two hours ahead of afternoon matches. There is an 'Early Bird' special on offer up to 45 minutes before kick-off, where you will be able to purchase a pie and pint/large soft drink for £5.

Why is Arsenal no more red? ›

Unsupported location. In January 2022, Emile Smith Rowe opened up to Sky Sports as Arsenal launched the No More Red initiative with adidas to help tackle the root causes of youth knife crime in London.

Why is Arsenal playing in America? ›

Our men's first team will be travelling to the United States in July to compete in the FC Series as part of our preparations ahead of the 2022/23 season.

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