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Arsenal FC Squad


K. Hein
# 31 K. Hein


22 years · 189.6 lb · 6 ft 3 in

David Raya


28 years · 176.4 lb · 6 ft 0 in

A. Ramsdale


25 years · 194 lb · 6 ft 2 in


B. White


26 years · 167.6 lb · 6 ft 1 in

A. Heaven
# 79 A. Heaven


17 years · ·

R. Walters


19 years · · 6 ft 0 in

J. Sweet
# 73 J. Sweet


20 years · ·

W. Saliba


23 years · 202.8 lb · 6 ft 3 in

J. Timber
# 12 J. Timber


22 years · 174.2 lb · 5 ft 10 in

J. Kiwior
# 15 J. Kiwior


24 years · 165.3 lb · 6 ft 2 in

Cédric Soares


32 years · 147.7 lb · 5 ft 7 in

Gabriel Magalhães


26 years · 172 lb · 6 ft 2 in

T. Tomiyasu


25 years · 185.2 lb · 6 ft 1 in

O. Zinchenko


27 years · 141.1 lb · 5 ft 8 in


Mohamed Elneny


31 years · 158.7 lb · 5 ft 10 in

E. Nwaneri


17 years · · 5 ft 4 in

M. Lewis-Skelly


17 years · · 5 ft 10 in

A. Cozier-Duberry


18 years · ·

# 20 Jorginho


32 years · 143.3 lb · 5 ft 10 in

Mauro Bandeira


20 years · · 5 ft 10 in

T. Partey


30 years · 169.8 lb · 6 ft 0 in

Fábio Vieira


23 years · 127.9 lb · 5 ft 6 in

M. Ødegaard


25 years · 149.9 lb · 5 ft 10 in

E. Smith Rowe


23 years · 174.2 lb · 5 ft 11 in

D. Rice
# 41 D. Rice


25 years · 185.2 lb · 6 ft 0 in

K. Havertz


24 years · 183 lb · 6 ft 3 in


Gabriel Martinelli


22 years · 165.3 lb · 5 ft 10 in

B. Saka
# 7 B. Saka


22 years · 158.7 lb · 5 ft 10 in

Gabriel Jesus


27 years · 160.9 lb · 5 ft 8 in

E. Nketiah


24 years · 158.7 lb · 5 ft 8 in

L. Trossard


29 years · 134.5 lb · 5 ft 7 in

R. Nelson
# 24 R. Nelson


24 years · 156.5 lb · 5 ft 8 in


Arsenal FC Player Statistics

K. Hein 00000500000
David Raya 2520282800300100
A. Ramsdale 54066002700000
B. White 2655333127244800
A. Heaven 00000000000
R. Walters 00000800000
J. Sweet 00000100000
W. Saliba 3060343400021400
J. Timber 501101000100
J. Kiwior 9401811742313100
Cédric Soares 5930301800000
Gabriel Magalhães 2715323021440400
T. Tomiyasu 7811861221311110
O. Zinchenko 16962620613812200
Mohamed Elneny 2530301600000
E. Nwaneri 131010200000
M. Lewis-Skelly 00000100000
A. Cozier-Duberry 00000000000
Jorginho 91423101372302100
Mauro Bandeira 00000200000
T. Partey 44910553800000
Fábio Vieira 291112921812001
M. Ødegaard 27453131011188200
E. Smith Rowe 325123932401000
D. Rice 2872343318166400
K. Havertz 227933267127115900
Gabriel Martinelli 18793123820864100
B. Saka 267932320160149300
Gabriel Jesus 14572417713944600
E. Nketiah 107227101772452300
L. Trossard 13593014161119101200
R. Nelson 2551511412900100


Arsenal FC Transfers

Transfers In
K. Tierney
01 July 2024
01 July 2024Real Sociedad-
A. Okonkwo
01 July 2024
01 July 2024Wrexham-
A. Sambi Lokonga
01 July 2024
01 July 2024Luton-
Nuno Tavares
01 July 2024
01 July 2024Nottm Forest-
Transfers Out
R. Rúnarsson
01 February 2024
01 February 2024CopenhagenFree
David Raya
01 July 2024
01 July 2024Brentford-
L. Sousa
01 February 2024
01 February 2024Aston Villa-
B. Ibrahim
01 February 2024
01 February 2024Hertha BSC-


Arsenal FC News

Pep Guardiola: Man City manager addicted to winning

AFP · 9 hours ago

Pep Guardiola's ability to bend the Premier League to his will was once questioned but the Manchester City manager has seen off the early doubters during a period of unprecedented dominance.

Man City make case to be ranked as England's greatest-ever team

AFP · 10 hours ago

Manchester City strengthened their case to be ranked as English football's greatest-ever team by winning the Premier League title for an unprecedented fourth consecutive year on Sunday.

Man City's six Premier League titles in seven years 'insane': Guardiola

AFP · 11 hours ago

Pep Guardiola said Manchester City are enjoying their golden era after winning a fourth consecutive Premier League title, and sixth in seven years, on Sunday.

It may take 100 points to stop Man City, says Arsenal boss Arteta

AFP · 11 hours ago

Mikel Arteta admitted Arsenal might need to amass 100 points to end Manchester City's dominance of the Premier League next season.

Arteta has Arsenal primed for success despite title pain

AFP · 11 hours ago

As Mikel Arteta surveyed the emotional toll of heart-broken Arsenal's failure to win the Premier League, the Gunners manager could take comfort that the roots of his team's revival should be strong enough to withstand their trauma.

'We want more than this': Arteta urges Arsenal to respond after title pain

AFP · 12 hours ago

Mikel Arteta urged Arsenal to bounce back from their Premier League title pain as the Gunners boss warned Manchester City he will not settle for playing second fiddle to the champions.

Five reasons why Man City won the Premier League

AFP · 12 hours ago

Manchester City are celebrating a historic fourth straight Premier League title, underlining their total dominance of the English game, but several key factors contributed to their historic triumph.

About Arsenal FC

Arsenal Football Club, more commonly known as Arsenal, is a professional football team based in Islington, London, England. Established in 1886, Arsenal has grown to become one of the most successful and widely supported football clubs in the world. It is nicknamed the Gunners and currently plays at the Emirates Stadium, a 60,704-capacity ground that replaced Highbury as its home venue in 2006.

The club has delivered iconic managers throughout its history, the earliest being Herbert Chapman, the English tactician renowned for introducing the WM formation while guiding Arsenal to its first titles, winning an FA Cup and two First Division titles. Additionally, former Gunners manager Arsene Wenger is regarded as one of the greatest Premier League bosses in history, having won three top-flight titles and a whopping seven FA Cups. Under the Frenchman’s helm, the Gunners achieved one of the most memorable feats in Premier League history, with Wenger’s 2003-04 team, now known as the Invincibles, going unbeaten the entire season to be crowned league champions.

Furthermore, Arsenal boasts some of the most heated rivalries in English football, the standout one being the North London derby with Tottenham. This stems from the club’s decision to move from southeast London to Highbury, an area in north London only four miles away from Tottenham's previous stadium, White Hart Lane. Additionally, the club has a deep-seated rivalry with Chelsea and Manchester United, with Arsene Wenger and former Red Devils manager Sir Alex Ferguson dominating the Premier League in the late 1990s and early 2000s.

The North London outfit’s rich history is also adorned with legendary players who have left an enduring legacy on the sport. Icons such as Thierry Henry, Dennis Bergkamp, Tony Adams, and Ian Wright have graced the red and white colors, contributing to the club's reputation for producing and attracting top-tier talent.

The club boasts an online video channel named “Arsenal Player.” This platform offers its members unique content such as highlights and full-match replays for all first-team matches, as well as live audio commentary.

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