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The longest consecutive spell in top flight football, the first English club to reach a UEFA Champions league final, the only to team to go an entire season in the Premier League without being defeated, twelve FA cups, thirteen league titles - Arsenal Football Club are a perennial powerhouse of English and European football.

Formed in Woolwich, South East London in 1886 by employees from the Royal Arsenal (hence their nickname The Gunners), Arsenal FC moved to Highbury, North London in 1914, before relocating half a mile down the road to the spectacular Emirates Stadium in 2006.

Initially success was hard to come by, but when Herbert Chapman took over in 1925 he set the club on a path to success that continues to this day. Chapman's Arsenal won their first major trophy, the FA cup in 1930. This was swiftly followed by two league titles in a row. And so began a period of dominance including 3 'doubles' - winning both the league and FA cup in the same season - that has made them consistently one of the mostfeared teams in Europe.

Currently managed by Arsene Wenger, Arsenal continue to be a club always in contention for the top honours, remarkably only finishing below first or second place in the league 3 times in his first 11 years in charge. In 2004 Wenger oversaw one of Arsenal's greatest triumphs - winning the Premier League with a group of players captained by Patrick Viera who came to be known as The Invincibles because they navigated the entire campaign without a single defeat - the only team to have achieved this feat in the Premier League. The team's numerous achievements has grown the fan base year on year resulting in a really high demand for a rather limited number of tickets available for home games. This shortage results in every Arsenal ticket exchange having a field day.

Recent triumphs include consecutive FA cups in 2014 and 2015, one of only three clubs to win the FA cup in consecutive years (although they had already achieved this feat once before in 2003 and 2004!).

Arsenal have a history of creating legends: From Cliff Bastian to Ian Wright to Thierry Henry (current record goal scorer for Arsenal) these are names that resonate with football fans across the globe and this trend looks set to continue with the likes of Alexi Sanchez, Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain currently tearing up the premier league. It is players like these as well as the club's almost unrivalled success for nearly 100 years that explains why you will find fans in Arsenal's famous red and white jerseys across the world, from London to China, from Islington to The Ivory Coast.

Highlights Of The 2015-16 Liverpool Fc Season



This is the 124th season of Liverpools existence and their 53rd consecutive appearance in English top flight football. 2015-16 is the Clubs 24th season in the English Premier League (EPL). This season, the Club will also be participating internationally in the UEFA Europa League and locally in both the Football League Cup and the FA Cup. Liverpool Football Club has won 18 titles and 5 European Cups during its 124 years of existence. It is this amazing record that ensures that Liverpool football tickets are always in great demand.

Brendan Rogers has another season at the helm as Manager. Jordan Henderson took over the Club captaincy following the departure of Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard at the close of last season. James Milner is the Vice-Captain. Michael Beale manages Liverpools Under 21 Team. The Under 18 Liverpool side is managed by Neil Critchely.

Early 2015-16 Season Games

Early in August, the team secured their opening English Premier League game victory against Stoke City with Philippe Countinho scoring from long range to give LVFC a one-nil victory toward the games dying minutes.

Liverpool played their second match on 18th August against Bournemouth to secure another 1-0 narrow win. This was Christian Bentekes first competitive goal for his new Club. Liverpool played on 24th August to a nil-nil draw at the Emirates with Arsenal. The Team lost their first 2015-16 Premier League game on 29 August to West Ham, getting beaten 3-0 in a game played away.

On 13 September, Liverpool travelled to Old Trafford and suffered a 3-1 loss to Manchester United. They played to a 1-1 home draw on 21st September with Norwich. As of 23rd September 2015, two players were tying as the lead scorers with two goals apiece, Christian Benteke and Danny Ings.

New 2015-16 Team Signings and Transfers

Among the new Liverpool FC signings are Mamadou Sahko, Martin Skrtel (both centre backs); Andre Wilson, a right back; left winger Sheyi Ojo; and goalkeeper Danny Ward. Players coming to Anfield through transfers include Joe Gomez, James Milner, Roberto Firmino, Danny Ings, Adam Bogman, Nathaniel Clyne and Christian Benteke. Liverpool has spent £67,300,000 on transfers this season.

A total of 9 players left LVFC, among them being long serving Captain Steven Gerrard, Glen Johnson, Brad Jones, Sebastian Coates, Iago Aspas, Javier Manguillo, Fabio Borini, Rickie Lambert and promising striker Raheem Sterling. A dozen players are out on loan to diverse clubs within the EPL and some to European Clubs. Among the most notable loans is Mario Balotelli who is on a season loan to Milan.

Liverpool Football Club remains a formidable team both domestically and internationally. The Club has since its formation about a century and quarter ago, managed to win more European trophies compared to all other English team, having won 5 European Cups, 3 UEFA Cups and 3 UEFA Super Cups. This is a team with a formidable following both at home and globally.