Royal Arsenal: Champions of the South – Book Signing at the Gunners Pub
Royal Arsenal: Champions of the South
By Mark Andrews, Andy Kelly and Tim Stillman.
Brian Whitehouse: 1935-2017
Brian Whitehouse was Arsenal’s FA Youth Cup winning manager of 1971, but he left soon after with Don Howe to return to his home team, West Bromwich Albion after the board’s slight at Howe’s role in Arsenal’s historic double winning season.
The Arsenal Sensory Room – a visit from TheArsenalHistory.com
Last season having been invited to the Sunderland Sensory room when we played at the Stadium of Light, I wrote this blog – Arsenal play catch up…as Sunderland lead the way!!!
Well, just over a year has passed and Arsenal have most definitely caught up and indeed surpassed the original brilliant idea from the north eastern family, the Shippeys, whose campaign has been growing to increase the opportunities for autistic children to watch football. Information about their mission to make football grounds even more accessible to children and young people with autism, can be found at the @shippeycampaign
Arsenal Season Tickets
A look at the history of the Gunners through the treasures found in the Arsenal Museum: Very Early Season Tickets
A look at the history of the Gunners through the treasures found in the Arsenal Museum: Pennants
Joe Mercer – A Remarkable Captain
A look at the history of the Gunners through the treasures found in the Arsenal Museum: ThePlayer of the year award 1950
Michael Thomas’ tatty boots
“A good ball by Dixon, finding Smith, for Thomas, charging through the midfield! Thomas, it’s up for grabs now! Thomas! Right at the end!”
“Merson to take it … Andy Linighan has won the cup for Arsenal”
So said Martin Tyler at the end of the Gunners’ fourth visit to Wembley in 1993.