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It’s a very hectic time of the year where Arsenal vs Valencia live stream is going to one heck of an encounter to savour. The Gunners have been in absolutely amazing form lately banging goals for fun as a result, they are now safely in 4th position.

There are teams such as Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham all waiting to pounce on any hiccups.

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Arsenal holds a solid place in the hearts of the football lovers and has always been a magnet for the supporters. The club is one of the successful English clubs in the world and their history speaks a lot louder. Arsenal has won 27 major league trophies and holds the record of longest unbeaten streak in England’s top flight.

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Arsenal FC was founded by a group of workers in 1886 which went by the name Dial Square. After turning professional the club changed its name to Woolwich Arsenal. Arsenal became the first full-fledged member from the southern part of the country to get into the Football League in 1893. Trailing a long period of mediocrity, Arsenal met difficulties in forming a team which could challenge for the title.

The club was on the very of bankruptcy when businessman Henry Norris took over in 1910. Three years later Arsenal moved to North London and Highburg became their home ground. In 1914, the club changed its name to current name, Arsenal FC.

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In 1925, Arsenal FC had Herbert Champman in the managerial sit which brought about an array of success in North London. Chapman was a visionary man who believed for players to form well on-field, off-field aspects should be taken care of first.

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He modernized the training regimen and brought changes to the team’s formation. He signed a number of big names for the club, which resulted in their first major trophy, FA Cup, in 1930, defeating Huddersfield Town in the final by 2-0.

In the 30s, Arsenal won five league titles and their second FA Cup trophy. Post World War II saw the continuity of their dominance, winning two league titles in 1948 and 1953, and their third FA Cup in 1950. The next 17 years, Arsenal went through crisis and retirement of their best ones was one of the major problems.

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For the next two decades, Arsenal had no luck in the home league or in European trophies. After the club won their first Double in 1971, things looked to settle for good. However, this followed a long string of at runner up place in Cup finals. In 1979, Arsenal won FA Cup which turned to be the only bright spot of the decade.

In 1986, Arsenal appointed George Graham and his defensive strategy was a little success for the club. During Graham’s nine years in the club, Arsenal won two home titles, two League Cups, and an FA Cup. Arsenal won their first Cup Winner’s Cup, defeating Parma 1-0 in the final, under Graham.

Graham left the club in 1995.

The Arsene Wenger Era

Arsene Wenger is regarded as one of the most successful managers in the club’s history. The Frenchman’s influence in the club was clearly visible. Wenger turned Arsenal to a goal-machine with Robert Pires, Thierry Henry, and Partick Vieira leading the way.

In between 1996 and 2004, the club managed three home titles and three FA Cups. The 2003/04 season is one of Arsenal’s best years in the Premier League. Arsenal was undefeated in League games the whole season. Wenger sought talents in his own shell and believed in harnessing through excellent scouting. Only major exception during Wenger’s ears is Mesut Ozil. The club signed the German star from Real Madrid in 2013, who cost the Gunner £42.5 million.

Until 2006, Arsenal played in their Highbury stadium with a capacity of 38,419 which was completely befitting the club’s stature. The club built its new stadium in 2006, Emirates Stadium with a capacity of over 60,000.

In recent years, the Gunner somehow have been under the mediocrity. With a string of major injuries, disappointing losses, Arsenal has only been trailing in the title race. Two of their FA Cup trophies horned in 2014 and 2015, has been more of a consolation prize for the fans.

A long run without major trophies led to the departure of Arsene Wenger from the club. Wenger left the club in May 2018, after 22 years at Arsenal.

On May 23, 2018, Arsenal appointed Unai Emery as their head coach.