Profile and Performance Record of Arsenal Club

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Arsenal Football Club

Arsenal is an English football club located in Holloway, North London. The club is one of the most successful clubs of English football and plays in Premier League. Arsenal club has won 10 FA Cups, 13 First Division Cups and Premier League titles. Traditionally the jersey colors of the club are red and white and their away colors are yellow and green. Arsenal is in the third position among the most valuable clubs in the world as per the statistics of 2010. Arsenal Ladies is also affiliated to the club which is the most successful women’s English football club. Arsenal has about 27 million supporters all around the world. Home ground of Arsenal is Emirates Stadium near Holloway. The Arsenal football club holds the record of having the longest successful period among the English football history and is the only club that completed a season of Premier League without a failure.

Arsenal set the record of most consecutive football wins in all matches they played in a season. They have 14 consecutive wins from 12 September to 11 November 1987. Arsenal also has 14 successive wins in League matches during 10th February to 18 August 2002. Arsenal has the record of playing twenty eight successive unbeaten matches from the period of 9th April 2007 to 24th November 2007 and also 49 unbeaten successive League matches from 7th May 2003 to 16th October 2004. Arsenal also set the record for the highest attendance in a home match against Lens in UEFA Champions League at Wembley Stadium on 25th November 1998. Arsenal also has the records of highest attendance in matches held at Highbury on 9th March 1935 and at Emirates Stadium on 3rd November 2007 in FA Premier League. The club has the record of 90 consecutive seasons in the top flight. Arsenal is the first team from London to reach the finals of Champions League in 2006. Arsenal is the first British team to beat both Inter Milan and Milan. The club also has the record of playing ten consecutive matches in the Champions League without conceding a goal.

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