Arsenal Football Club is a professional football club based in Islington, London, England, that plays in the Premier League, the top flight of English football. The club has won 13 League titles, a record 13 FA Cups, two League Cups, the League Centenary Trophy, 15 FA Community Shields, one UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup and one Inter-Cities Fairs Cup.
Arsenal was the first club from the South of England to join The Football League, in 1893, and they reached the First Division in 1904. Relegated only once, in 1913, they continue the longest streak in the top division, and have won the second-most top-flight matches in English football history. In the 1930s, Arsenal won five League Championships and two FA Cups, and another FA Cup and two Championships after the war. In 1970–71, they won their first League and FA Cup Double. Between 1989 and 2005, they won five League titles and five FA Cups, including two more Doubles. They completed the 20th century with the highest average league position.
Herbert Chapman won Arsenal’s first national trophies, but died prematurely. He helped introduce the WM formation, floodlights, and shirt numbers, and added the white sleeves and brighter red to Arsenal’s kit. Arsène Wenger was the longest-serving manager and won the most trophies. He won a record 7 FA Cups, and his title-winning team set an English record for the longest top-flight unbeaten league run at 49 games between 2003 and 2004, receiving the nickname The Invincibles, and a special gold Premier League trophy.
In 1886, Woolwich munitions workers founded the club as Dial Square. In 1913, the club crossed the city to Arsenal Stadium in Highbury, becoming close neighbours of Tottenham Hotspur, and creating the North London derby. In 2006, they moved to the nearby Emirates Stadium. In terms of revenue, Arsenal was the sixth highest-earning football club in the world, earned €487.6m in 2016–17 season. Based on social media activity from 2014–15, Arsenal’s fanbase is the fifth largest in the world. In 2018, Forbes estimated the club was the third most valuable in England, with the club being worth $2.24 billion.
Arsenal Football Club of England is estimated to have over 3.5 million supporters in Nigeria. We have many of them contact us to find out how they can join the English premiership Official fan club in Nigeria. You have two options really.
First Option, you can join the Arsenal fan club in England and become a Gunner Card carrier, before you are allowed joining the fan club located closest to you in Nigeria. It’ll cost you a total sum of £50.
Contact Emeka C Onyenuforo: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com for more details on the procedure you can follow to become an official fan of Arsenal in Nigeria.
Arsenal Supporters Club Nigeria was set up in 2004 by four staunch Gunners fans and received its official recognition from Arsenal in 2005 and since then has grown to include branches from different states and regions within the country such as Arsenal Lagos, Arsenal Port Harcourt, Arsenal Jos, Arsenal Abuja, Arsenal Ado Ekiti, Arsenal Uyo etc .
The club is run via branches / zonal arrangements and does not have a particular location as a meeting point considering its growth and further penetrations of more states within the federation.
Zones are authorized to hold meetings, share views etc , with the majority of groups gathering every weekend to screen live matches.
It holds various activities during the year, including
An end-of-season party (Annual General Meetings)
Second Option, you may just identify yourself as an Arsenal F.C. supporter by registering your details in Arsenal fans data base in Nigeria. The data base is collated by GreenHunters Sports International and you are not required to pay any price order than your registration Online. You can register here now!
With your name in the Arsenal data base in Nigeria you are entitled to receive the following:
Special Offers including auctions, Lottery,
Freebies such as free ticket for special games, discounted merchandize
Invitation for Arsenal fans festival in England etc.