Arsenal FC Tickets for Sale

Premier league top players for the 2006-07 season are Robin Van Persie with 11 goals, Gilberto Silva with 10 goals and Thierry Henry with 10 goals. Arsenal defeated Liverpool with a score of 6 - 3 on 9th January 2007, defeated Tottenham with a score of 3 - 1 on 31st January, defeated Wigan with a score of 2 - 1 on 11th February 2007, defeated Bolton with a score of 3 - 1 on 14th February 2007, defeated Aston Villa with a score of 1 - 0 on 14th March 2007, defeated Bolton with a score of 2 - 1 on 14th April 2007, defeated Man City on 17th April and Fulham on 29th April 2007 with a score of 3 - 1 for both the matches. With such good records, the team is all set for the 2007-08 season. So, wait no more and book your tickets in advance to enjoy the season's best soccer action.

The Arsenal FC has struggled in recent years. They finished third in the 2007-08 season and fourth in the 2008-09 season. The fans at Emirates hope that Arsenal football quickly turns things around behind the leg of Robin van Persie and brings home a FA or League Cup in the 2009-10 season. OnlineSeats will have Arsenal FC tickets for that new season. Find the most affordable places to sit and enjoy as the football club tries and upset their league rivals.

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The Arsenal or The Gunners Football Club is a renowned professional Football Club located in Holloway, north London. Being one of the successful clubs in English football, Arsenal is highly acclaimed for their performance. The club also serves as a member of the leading European football clubs, G-14. Arsenal plays in the Premier League, which is the most watched sporting league in the world. The club perform their home games at the Emirates Stadium, in Holloway, London that has the capacity to hold 60,432 spectators per event. The Gunners Football Club is the foremost club to reach the UEFA Champions League final in 2005-06 season. Numerous Soccer aficionados, who buy tickets to watch the amazing on field action, support the club. Their consistent past performance makes the team as one of the toughest contenders for the up coming season.

The club originated in 1886,in Woolwich, southeast London and then shifted to Arsenal Stadium, Highbury. Their major competitors are Tottenham Hotspur and both the teams are fierce rivals that are competing since 1913. Their home game venue, Emirates Stadium, is one of the best football arena's in the country and numerous fans attend their matches and are always their to support the team. Managed by Arsène Wenger, the team is one of the most popular teams in England. The club was initially named as Dial Square in 1886, but was renamed Royal Arsenal after becoming a professional team in 1891. The club started playing in the second division in the Football League, in 1893. They were promoted to First Division in 1904. Henry Norris who took the control of the club. Arsenal after various financial problems moved to the new Arsenal Stadium in Highbury.

Arsenal team appointed Herbert Chapman as their manager in 1925 and his efforts bought the team their first big success. The club won the First Division five times in 1930 and 1938 and also won FA Cup twice. However after enjoying huge success during the initial years, the club did not perform that well during the 1950s and 1960s. However, the club won their Inter-Cities Fairs Cup that was their first European trophy for 1969–70 season. One of their classic wins over Manchester United with a score of 3–2, in 1978–79 season is considered as one of their major victories. Arsenal, under the management of George Graham, won the League Cup in 1986–87, followed by a League title win in the year 1988–89. Arsène Wenger was appointed as the manger in 1996, which led to prosperity in their performance. His excellent training techniques propelled them toward better performance. They won the 2002–03 and 2004–05 FA Cups and the Premier League in 2003–04 without a single miss. One of their major plus points include an unbeaten national record. The Arsenal Football Club is the only club to advance for the Champions League quarterfinals in 2005–06. However they could not win the title.

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