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Arsenal Football Tickets

Arsenal Football Club are a team based in North London that play in the English Premier League. They have played their home games at the Emirates Stadium since 2006, moving from the Arsenal Stadium in Highbury where they had been based since 1913. They are also known by their nickname 'The Gunners'. They are managed by Arsene Wenger, who is the club's longest serving manager, and is the only manager they have had that was born outside of the United Kingdom.

Arsenal began life as Dial Square when the team was first formed in 1886. The team was formed by workers at Woolwich Arsenal, and in the coming years they were renamed first as Royal Arsenal, and then again to Woolwich Arsenal. The prefix Woolwich was dropped from their name in 1914. They have played in home colours of red and white throughout their history.

They are one of the most popular teams in the world, with one of the largest followings. In 2005, their global fanbase was estimated to be 27 million. Almost all of their home games are sell outs, with shortages of Arsenal tickets and they also have a loyal following when they play away from home. Their appeal has grown all over the world as TV deals have meant that Premier League matches are now shown all around the globe.

Since the Premier League was formed in 1992, Arsenal have been one of the most successful teams to compete in this division. They have won the title three times, and have had consistent finishes in the top six. They hold a record for being the only team to go through a whole Premier League season in 2003-04 without losing a single game. Their total unbeaten run lasted for 49 games, giving the team at this time the nickname 'The Invincibles'. They were the first team from London to reach the final of the Champion's League. Arsenal also hold the record for the team with the most FA Cup wins, with a total of twelve titles.

Away from football, Arsenal are actively involved in the community. The Arsenal Charitable Trust was set up in 1992 with the aim of raising money for projects that would support the local community. This trust had raised over £2 million by 2006 and this has been distributed to local sporting, educational and social inclusion projects. Arsenal are also actively involved with raising money for Great Ormond Street Hospital, a specialist children's hospital in London.

The Journey Of Liverpool Fc In The Premier League

Liverpool Fc is one club whose credentials precede them wherever they go. They have scooped the most trophies in European football tournaments, a record yet to be broken by any other English football club. The clubs home ground is Anfield, a stadium they have played in since they came into existence as a club.

The success story of Liverpool FC began in 1892 when the club was formed and later joined the European Football League in 1893. It didnt take them a while to rise to prominence in both European and English football. This was around 1970 through the 1980s when the club managed to bag 11 titles in the English league and about 7 trophies in the European football tournaments. It is this long and continuing success record that makes liverpool fc match tickets prized possessions of the fans that can get hold of them especially for the home games.

But life has not always been smooth for the club. Initially it was founded from a dispute between the then Everton club president, John Houlding, and the board overrunning Everton. A stalemate was reached, and Everton relocated to a different ground leaving Houlding behind and his property, Anfield. It was from here that he started the Liverpool FC and recruited shrewd managers like Bob Paisley and Bill Shankly, who saw the club through several wins.

Unforeseen disasters that have befallen the club include the 1985 collapse of Heysel Stadium wall that claimed lives of 39 fans, mostly Italian and Juventus fans, who were watching a match Liverpool was playing. A second tragedy occurred when 96 Liverpool fans died in at Hillsborough when too many fans were let into the grounds. This led to the adaptation of the clubs slogan, Youll Never Walk Alone, as a tribute to the fallen fans of Liverpool.

After that solemn moment in history, Liverpool picked itself up from the ground and surged forward. In their history, they have managed to scoop over 5 European Cups, 3 UEFA Super Cups, 3 UEFA Cups, 7 FA Cups, 18 League titles and 15 Community Shields (FA). By 2014, Liverpool was ranked 9th as one of the highest earning clubs in Europe. By 2015, their net worth was well over $982m, giving the club position 8 in the most valuable clubs in Europe.

This Seasons Top Stars

Liverpool already has its list of top scorers for this season as ranked in the Barclays Premier Leagues. Top scorers include Callum Wilson and Riyad Mahrez for scoring a total of 5 goals each. Following close are Jamie Vardy, Bafetimbi Gmois, Odion Ighalo and Graziano Pelle each with 4 goals. Lastly, Dimitri Payet, Steven Naismith, Anthony Martial,