Over the next couple of months, we have arranged a number of events to publicise our two recently released books. These events give you the opportunity to have a chat with us, meet some like-minded Arsenal fans but, more importantly, get your books signed by some proper Arsenal legends.

15 October 2018

Arsenal: The Complete Record

Book Launch

Waterstones Leadenhall Market, 1-3 Whittington Avenue, London, EC3V 1PJ

12:30pm to 1:30pm

Tollington Arms, 115 Hornsey Road, Islington, London, N7 6DN

5:00pm – 6:30pm

AndyMark and Josh signing the Complete Record book with Charlie George at both locations.

16 October 2018

Royal Arsenal – Champions Of The South

and Arsenal: The Complete Record

AISA AGM and Q+A with Brian Talbot from 6:15pm onwards

Resource for London, 356 Holloway Road, London, N7 6PA.

Andy and Mark signing both books, at special AISA membership prices, with Brian Talbot 

3 November 2018

Royal Arsenal – Champions Of The South 

Arsenal Supporters Club, 154 St Thomas’s Road, London, N4 2QP

1:30pm to 2:30pm

Andy and Mark signing the Royal Arsenal book with Bob Wilson.

Also signing will be our editor, Tim Stillman, and fellow Legends writer Dan Betts who has his book ‘Almost Invincible’ showcased alongside ours.

21 November 2018

Arsenal: The Complete Record

and Royal Arsenal – Champions Of The South

AISA History – ‘Magical Moments in Arsenal’s History’

6:30pm to 9:00pm

Resource For London, 356 Holloway Road, London, N7 6PA.

Andy and Mark signing both books, at special AISA membership prices, with Liam Brady.

Also signing will be our Royal Arsenal editor, Tim Stillman, and fellow writer on the Complete Record book, Josh James.

The whole event will be hosted by the legendary journalist – Paddy Barclay.

 

11 December 2018

Royal Arsenal Champions Of The South

First Ever Arsenal Game Commemoration

The Star Pub, 158 Plumstead Common Road, Plumstead, SE18 2UL

Evening

Andy, Mark and Tim will give a talk on Arsenal at Plumstead, followed by a Q&A and signings of the book.

Two New Books from The Arsenal History

A bit like buses you wait for a book to come out and two turn up at the same time. Which is why we have been quiet on this site, as we’ve been so busy researching, writing, editing and compiling Arsenal History from all angles since the start of the year.

Arsenal: The Complete Record is available in two varieties: Standard edition and Deluxe edition and also is available with an optional limited edition “Invincibles” or “Anfield 89” Subbuteo set.

This is in addition to the Royal Arsenal – Champions Of The South book which was published earlier this year and is available here: The Champions of the South

To be honest we assumed any new revisions of history would be the sole domain of the Royal Arsenal tome, and as you read that story you will see how the Plumstead era history has been be-devilled by mythology, which we have successfully debunked.

However, much to our surprise we have found a previously undiscovered major fact about the only promotion that Arsenal achieved in 1904 which appears in the Complete Book. It changes the very identity of the manager who was in charge when Arsenal achieved their first and only promotion to the top flight. We’ll be publishing a blog in the next couple of days which explains how and why.

Critics and Readers Comments 

Comment and critique of the Royal Arsenal book that was preliminary issued in June 2018 has been excellent thus far.

Reviews to date:

Goonerholic

Gunnerstown

She Wore

Twitter comments:

Darren Arsenal

There’s probably 4 or 5 truly fantastic all time Arsenal books. But just finished this newly released book on Royal Arsenal. Absolute definitive tome with a lot of researched info that’s never been researched previously. A must for fans on the history of the club.

Harry  De’Giovanni

Just finished reading the champions of the South book. Could not recommend it highly enough. Was amazing to read into the early days of the club. No other book I have read has gone into as much detail

Gary the Gooner

Finished reading this superb book at the weekend on the origins of our great club.The detail is incredible  &  must have put untold hours researching it & has done an excellent job editing it. A must for any fan who loves our history.

Gary Jones

Fantastic read and brilliantly researched.

 

3 thoughts on “The Arsenal History On Tour

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  2. Steve kell on 9 October 2018 at 11:47 am said:

    Great Idea, Coming to a pub near you?
    Maybe Arsenal Football Supporters Club clubhouse?

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