Arsenal F.C. is one of the most decorated football clubs in the world, having amassed 42 trophies in its long history. This includes 13 championships in the Premier League and 11 FA Cup victories.
The football team Arsenal has won the league 13 times. Arsenal first won the English league in the 1930 and 31 season and last earned the title during the 2003 and 2004 season. The club's most successful period was during the 1930s, in which it picked up five league championships.
Arsenal FC has won more division trophies than Chelsea FC has, having a total of 13 titles as of today. In contrast, Chelsea FC has only won four trophies during its history.
You must try out to be accepted into the Arsenal Football Academy. As of the 2012/2013 season, tryout information can be found on the official Arsenal FC U.S. Academy website.
Arsenal has won the Football Association, or FA Cup 11 times, as of October of 2014. The team won for the first time in 1930.
The Latin motto for Arsenal Football Club is "Victoria Concordia Crescit," which literally means "Victory Through Harmony." The motto was not included on the Arsenal FC shirt for a number of years until it was brought back in 2011.
Arsenal F.C. is known as "The Gunners" because the team was founded in a place associated with the military. Thus, the team's logo features a cannon, and the team's nickname reflects that influence as well.
Thierry Henry scored a total of 228 goals for Arsenal Football Club. He scored 175 goals in the Premiership and 35 goals in the UEFA Champions League and is the club's record goal scorer.
A profile of Arsenal, including history, a breakdown of titles won, last season's top scorer and other key facts. Since Arsene Wenger arrived at Arsenal in 1996, the Frenchman has turned the Gunners into the most aesthetically pleasing side in England. Wenger has delivered two league and cup doubles
A look at 10 of the best Arsenal players to have donned the famous red and white shirt. Learn what makes each of them so noteworthy. A look at 10 of the best Arsenal players to have donned the famous red and white shirt. The club's record goalscorer with 228 goals, Henry appeared to be operating in