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Latest Arsenal Prediction, Odds & Match Analysis
Listed below are all the predictions, odds and match analysis for all of Arsenal upcoming matches. From the Premier League, EFL Cup or FA Cup, you get all the betting tips you need.
Arsenal Football Club was founded in 1886, initially in Woolwich before moving to North London in 1913. They were the first team from the South of England to join the Football League in 1893, winning promotion to the First Division in 1904 where they have remained for all of two seasons since. Nicknamed “The Gunners”, they are one of the most iconic and decorated football clubs in English football.
They played their home matches at Highbury Stadium from 1913 until 2006, where they then moved into their current home, the Emirates Stadium. The 60,704 seater stadium is only beaten for capacity by Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United. Arsenal were founder members of the Premier League in 1992 and are one of six teams to never have been relegated since alongside Chelsea, Everton, Liverpool, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur.
Arsenal boast a proud history that has seen them win, at the time of writing, 13 league titles and 14 FA Cups, the latter being a record for most competition wins. They have won the league three times in the Premier League era, doing so in 1997/98, 2001/02 and 2003/04. The 2003/04 season is the jewel in the crown for Arsenal supporters, who saw their team win the Premier League whilst remaining unbeaten throughout the 38-game season.
As well as their enormous success in the league and FA Cup, Arsenal have also won 2 League Cups, a UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup and the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup alongside 16 wins in the Community Shield. In 2006, they made their only appearance in the UEFA Champions League Final but fell short in their attempts, losing 2-1 to Barcelona in Paris.
It’s impossible to tell the story of Arsenal Football Club without mentioning Arsene Wenger. The Frenchman was a revolutionary in English football and was largely responsible for the culture shift in the mid-1990s. He spent almost 22 years in charge from October 1996 and won three Premier Leagues and seven FA Cups during his tenure, including the aforementioned ‘Invincibles’ season. Wenger oversaw the club’s testing transition from Highbury to the Emirates, consistently earning Champions League football whilst being outspent by many of their rivals.
Wenger was also responsible for bringing a number of modern day icons to Arsenal, such as Thierry Henry. Henry is regarded by many as the greatest Premier League player of all-time and scored 226 goals in 370 appearances for the Gunners, making him the club’s all-time leading scorer. Other club legends to have emerged from this time include Patrick Vieira, Robert Pires, Sol Campbell and Dennis Bergkamp.