The Arsenal in Plumstead

To coincide with Arsenal’s first game on 11 December – The Arsenal History will be holding an event to celebrate Arsenal’s time in Plumstead.

Royal Arsenal Champions of the South event 

The evening will be at the Old Mill pub, just 200 or so yards from the original Plumstead Common location that the club first played – and it being a pub will be nice to have a chat amongst Gooners with a pint or whatever is your fancy.

A presentation and talk about the founding years and pivotal events will be given by Andy Kelly, which will aim to encapsulate the football lives of the founders, players, administrators and supporters in the birth place of the Arsenal Football Club. It will also encompass a discussion about the club up to the time they made the momentous move to Highbury.

Afterwards Andy will be joined by Mark Andrews and Tim Stillman for an early years Q&A

For some pre-reading on Plumstead try our blog article – Arsenal Plumstead Landmarks – which details the important places in the area relating to the club.

Our book based upon the first incarnation of the club can be purchased on the day or from the legends site where signed copies are often available by either ourselves or players. Just contact Legends to see what they have in stock: Royal Arsenal Champions of the South

Or from Amazon: Royal Arsenal Champions of the South



Also from Andy and Mark:

Arsenal the Complete Record

Liam Brady and the authors at a recent AISA event celebrating Liams’ career and the Arsenalhistory.


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Copies of our books Royal Arsenal – Champions of the South and Arsenal: The Complete Record 1886-2018 are still available from the publishers.

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