Arsenal

Arsenal

Arsenal Live Score And Results, Arsenal History and previous Games

Today’s Live Score 

Full nameArsenal Football Club
Nickname(s)The Gunners
FoundedOctober 1886; 133 years ago as Dial Square
GroundEmirates Stadium
Capacity60,704
OwnerKroenke Sports & Entertainmen
LeaguePremier League
WebsiteClub website

 

Previous Results

Monday, September 28, 2020
Liverpool 3 - 1 Arsenal
Saturday, September 19, 2020
Arsenal 2 - 1 West Ham United

Next Games

Sunday, October 4, 2020
Arsenal 14:00Sheffield United

Table

#TeamMPWDLFAGP
1 Leicester City3300124+89
2 Liverpool330094+59
3 Everton330083+59
4 Aston Villa220040+46
5 Arsenal320164+26
6 Crystal Palace320153+26
7Leeds United320187+16
8 Tottenham Hotspur311164+24
9 Chelsea311166+04
10 Newcastle United311134-14
11 West Ham United310254+13
12Brighton & Hov…310266+03
13 Manchester City210156-13
14 Manchester United210145-13
15 Southampton310236-33
16Wolverhampton Wanderers310237-43
17 West Bromwich Albion3012511-61
18Burnley200225-30
19Sheffield United300304-40
20Fulham3003310-70

Club History 

In October 1886, Scotsman David Danskin and his fellow 15 munitions workers in Woolwich, now South East London, formed Arsenal as Dial Square, with each member contributing sixpence and Danskin adding another three shillings to help form the club.Named after the heart of the Royal Ars enal complex, they took the name of the whole complex a month later. Royal ArsenalF.C.’s first home was Plumstead Common, though they spent most of their time in South East London playing on the other side of Plumstead, at the Manor Ground. Royal Arsenalfc won Arsenal’s first trophies in 1890 and 1891, and these were the only football association trophies Arsenal won during their time in South East London. In 1891, Royal Arsenal became the first London club to turn professional.

Royal Arsenalfc  renamed themselves for a second time upon becoming a limited liability company in 1893. They registered their new name, Woolwich Ars enal, with The Football League when the club ascended later that year. Woolwich Arsenal was the first southern member of The Football League, starting out in the Second Division and winning promotion to the First Division in 1904. Falling attendances, due to financial difficulties among the munitions workers and the arrival of more accessible football clubs elsewhere in the city, led the club close to bankruptcy by 1910] Businessmen Henry Norris and William Hall became involved in the club, and sought to move them elsewhere.

In 1913, soon after relegation back to the Second Division, Woolwich Arsenal moved to the new Arsenalfc  Stadium in Highbury, North London. This saw their third change of name: the following year, they reduced Woolwich Ar senal to simply The Arsenal.[ In 1919, The Football League voted to promote The Arsenal, instead of relegated local rivals Tottenham Hotspur, into the newly enlarged First Division, despite only listing the club sixth in the Second Division’s last pre-war season of 1914–15. Some books have speculated that the club won this election to division one by dubious means. Later that year, The Arsenal started dropping “The” in official documents, gradually shifting its name for the final time towards Arsenalfc , as it is generally known today.

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