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Arsenal F.C

Journey of a club that set its own standards.

Sujan Sharma

on 7 February 2011

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Arsenal F.C A club that set its own standards and has been
and integral part of the English game. Honour Proud History Pride Stadiums Highbury In 1913 Woolwich Arsenal Football Club moved north to Highbury, dropping Woolwich from its name. Their chairman Sir Henry Norris took a 20 year lease on part of the grounds of St John’s Hall for £20,000. The new Arsenal Stadium (also called Highbury) was built there. St John’s Hall, originally called Highbury College (of Divinity), was built in 1825 on what is now Aubert Park and was a grand ionic-style building, reminiscent of the British Museum. St John’s Hall burnt down in 1946 and was replaced by a block of flats. Emirates Stadium The Emirates Stadium formerly Ashburton Grove, is a football stadium located in London and is the current home of Arsenal FC. The stadium opened in July 2006 and has an all seated capacity of 60355, making it the second largest football club stadium in England behind Manchester United's Old Trafford, and the third largest stadium of any kind in London, after Wembley and Twickenham, and overall the fifth largest football stadium in the United Kingdom. It was initially known as Ashburton Grove after the road it was located on, before a naming rights deal with the airline Emirates was struck in October 2004. The project cost £390 million, including the cost of the associated infrastructure. This is the view of the stadium from the top. Hawk's Eye View. Trophys Barclays Premier League (13) F.A Cup (10) League Cup (2) Community Shield (12) Crest A version of the Arsenal crest used from 1949 to 2002 Arsenal's first crest from 1888 A version of the crest used from 2002 till present Legends The Invincibles The 2003–04 FA Premier League season was mainly contended between Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United. In the end, Arsenal went through the season without a single defeat – only the second ever team to do so (the first was Preston North End in 1889 – 115 years earlier) and were crowned champions once more, at the expense of Chelsea, who had spent heavily throughout the season. THE ROAD TO GLORY Thanks for listenng
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