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Arsenal on tv and stream

Football is one of the most ancient games on the earth. It is the most popular and maximum played globally because of its most accessible way to play and for simple equipment.

There are many football tournaments played all over the world every year. Among them, English Premier League is one of the famous football leagues.

History of Arsenal

Arsenal is a professional English Football team based in London City. In full, Arsenal Football Club Arsenal is called "The Gunners" by supporters and fans. Arsenal was founded in late 1886 and took the name Royal Arsenal after its first game.

Woolwich Arsenal Armament is a factory situated in London. Several numbers of factory workers decided to structure a football team and named it Dial Square. Arsenal played their first game as named Royal Arsenal.

Then the name changed to Woolwich Arsenal. After 1912-13, they reveal as Arsenal Football Club. The Emirates Stadium of Holloway, London, is the home ground of Arsenal Football Club. In 1893, Arsenal joined the Football League as the first club from the South of England.

Also, they reached the First Division in 1904. Arsenal was relegated in 1913 for the first and last time ever. Arsenal continues the longest streak in the top division and has won the second-most top-flight matches in English football history.

Club Badge and Colors of Arsenal

From 1888 to now, Arsenal changed its visual identity for the eleventh time. The famous English football club logo is based on the crest of the Metropolitan Borough of Woolwich.

The maiden logo of Arsenal represents the Woolwich Borough crest with added laurel leaves on the sides. Arsenal remade their logo in 1992, with a single cannon and farming in a horizontal oval frame, with the word mark under it.

In 1939 the cannon was put on a white shield with a thick red outline. Additional lettering was added, also in red — "AFC 1930", it was executed in a simple sans-serif typeface with neat, straight lines. In 1994 the crest changed the colour palette and was put on a black background to gain more strength and solidness.

The new style of Arsenal's logo is still a tribute to the heritage and history of the club, but in a modern and powerful way now. The bold gold cannon facing right is the most significant part of the badge. It has a delicate white outline and comes out of the blue and white frame of the shield. Arsenal logo colours are red, dark red, blue, gold, and white.

Key Players and Managers of Arsenal

Arsenal had nineteen permanent and eight caretaker manager since 1897. From 1893 to 1897, Arsenal was selected by a committee of directors. The respected secretary of this committee had played the role of manager.

Thomas Mitchell was the first-ever professional manager of Arsenal Football Club. Harry Bradshaw was appointed in1899. In his five years in Arsenal, he promoted his team to the First Division in 1903–04. Phil Kelso replaced Bradshaw in 1904. He steered Arsenal to the semi-final stage of the FA Cup in the 1905–06 and 1906–07 seasons.

All managers of Arsenal's are in the below list,

  • Thomas Mitchell (1897-1898) from Scotland
  • William Elcoat (1899) England
  • Arthur Kennedy (1899) England
  • Harry Bradshaw (1899-1904) Scotland
  • Phil Kelso (1904-1908) Scotland
  • George Morrell (1908-1915) Scotland
  • James McEwen (1915-1919) England
  • Lesile Knighton (1919-1925) England
  • Herbert Chapman (1925-1934)
  • Joe Shaw (1934) England
  • George Allison (1934-1947) England
  • Tom Whittaker (1947-1956) England
  • Jack Crayston (1956-1958) Egland
  • George Swindin (1962-1966) England
  • Bertie Mee (1966-1976) England
  • Terry Neill (1976-1983) Northern Ireland
  • Don Howe (1983-1986) England
  • Steve Burtenshaw (1986) England
  • George Graham (1986-1995) Scotland
  • Stewart Houston (1995, 1996) Scotland
  • Bruce Rioch (1996) Scotland
  • Pat Rice (1996) Northern Ireland
  • Arsène Wenger (1996-2018) France
  • Unai Emery (2018-2019) Spain
  • Freddie Ljungberg (2019) Sweden
  • Last but not least, the Spanish professional footballer Mikel Arteta is the present manager from 2019.

The Most Successful Managers of Arsenal

Herbert Chapman joined as a manager to Arsenal in 1925. During his managerial session to 1934, Arsenal achieved First Division championship in 1930–31 and 1932–33; FA Cup in 1929–30; Charity Shield in 1930, 1931 and 1933.

During the session of Bertie Mee, Arsenal claimed the First Division championship in 1970–71; FA Cup in 1970–71; Inter-Cities Fairs Cup in 1969–70.

The former Scottish manager and footballer George Graham replaced Steve Burtenshaw in 1986. In his time, Arsenal won First Division championship in 1988–89, 1990–91, FA Cup in 1992–93, Football League Cup in 1986–87, 1992–93, Charity Shield in 1991, UEFA Cup Winners' Cup in 1993–94.

Arsène Wenger is the most successful manager of Arsenal. Arsenal. He won Premier League championship in 1997–98, 2001–02, 2003–04; FA Cup in 1997–98, 2001–02, 2002–03, 2004–05, 2013–14, 2014–15, 2016–17; Charity/Community Shield in 1998, 1999, 2002, 2004, 2014, 2015, 2017.

The Most Successful Players of Arsenal

Every once in a while, a player who captivates like no other comes along. Many great players have come and gone at traditional clubs like Arsenal. There were Freddie Ljungberg, Martin Keown, Cesc Fabregas, Liam Brady, Dennis Bergkamp, Tony Adams and more.

David Seaman is called the greatest goalkeeper of Arsenal. He is known as a penalty-saving specialist. Patrick Vieira played a major role in lifting Arsenal to new heights under Arsene Wenger. Ray Parlour's 12-year career filled with 339 league appearances made him a club legend. Thierry Henry scored 226 goals in 370 games in eight years.

Noteworthy Stats of Arsenal

Arsenal's first-ever silverware was won as the Royal Arsenal in 1890. The Kent Junior Cup was the club's first trophy, won by Royal Arsenal's reserves.

In 1970–71, Arsenal won their first league and double cup season and twice repeated the feat in 1997–98 and 2001–02. And they won a double cup of the FA Cup and League Cup in 1992–93. Arsenal has won 13 top-flight titles and holds the record for the most FA Cup wins, with 14.

The club's record appearance maker is David O'Leary, who made 722 appearances between 1975 and 1993. Thierry Henry is Arsenal's record goalscorer, scoring 228 goals in total.

Memorable Moments of Arsenal

There are many memorable moments has had of Arsenal FC. In some of those valuable moments, we shared a few stories. In the 1971 FA Cup final, Arsenal faced another giant Liverpool.

Arsenal won that match because of George's desire and precocious talent. In 2001/02 at Old Trafford, Arsenal won the Battle with Manchester United. Another best memorable moment for Arsenal is the crucial 1979 FA Cup Final against Manchester United.

This final match was the most memorable moment in football history, and it was one of the best finals ever. Winning the league is one thing. Arsenal had undefeated in the entire 2003/04 season, and then, as if that wasn't enough, they won the title with a 2-2 draw.

Who can forget George Graham's approach to the final game of the season back in 89, when Arsenal travelled to Anfield and had to win by two clear goals without conceding.

Watch Arsenal on TV and Stream

Arsenal has a huge fan base across all over the world. Everyone cannot go to the stadium physically to watch their exciting matches. And now we are continuing in a pandemic situation all over the world. So the only safe way to watch Manchester United is on TV and Live Stream.

How to Watch Arsenal on TV?

If you are from Canada, Spain and US, you can watch it through DAZN TV, ESPN Plus, NBC Universo, Paramount Plus. And if you are from the UK, you can watch it through BT Sport and ITV. Especially in the South Asian countries, you can watch Manchester United through  Star Sports, Disney+ Hotstar VIP, SonyLIV or JioTV.

You can watch Arsenal through Optus Sport or Kayo Sport from Australia. From China, watch Arsenal through QQ Sports Live PP Sports China.

How to Watch Arsenal on Stream Online?

Hence, we highly recommend using several TV channels for a smooth transition and no disturbing during streaming. You can watch Arsenal through Bing sport, Peacock, Sling, Fubo TV, Sky Sports, Star Sports streaming service.

Actually, Arsenal is struggling now,  but they have a lot of potential to develop into passionate leaders. Real soccer fans do not follow the most popular club. They pick a club and stick with it. Arsenal will always be famous because the type of football they play is pleasing to the eye.