The Arsenal Collection So Far

Things have been a little quiet on The Arsenal Collection front for one reason or another over the last few weeks, so we thought we would give you a bit of a recap on what we have achieved with the project so far.
Although may have been a bit quiet recently, there has been a tremendous amount of work that has gone into the website since we first launched early this year.
We have had over 22,000 views on the site in the four months or so that the website has been online, which is something we are immensely proud of, given that we currently work on this project in our spare time.
We also have over 1,600 followers on Twitter, and a great following on Facebook and Instagram.


We now have well over 400 programmes, dating all the way back to the 1913-14 season! The collection of programmes includes a number of full seasons of home programmes, and there are some real gems in there.
A personal favourite is this programme from game between Arsenal and Brighton and Hove Albion in the London War Cup, Saturday 14th March 1942, complete with instructions on what to do should you hear an air-raid siren! You will also notice a slight tear in the bottom corner of this item, which for me adds even more to the authentic feel.


The memorabilia section contains over fifty items including a number of rarities, such as the architect Archibald Leitch's plans for Highbury, printed on cloth, submitted to Islington's planning department in 1913.

Other Publications

We also have a number of books, newspapers and handbooks, the earliest one dating back to 1930-31.

Coming this of the rarest Arsenal programmes ever!

This week we will be updating another season of home programmes, which will include one of the rarest Arsenal programmes ever!
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All of this is really just the tip of the iceberg though, and there are literally thousands more items that we wish to add to The Arsenal Collection in the months and years to come, such is the scale of this project.
Our aim is for The Arsenal Collection to grow to be the largest digital collection of Arsenal memorabilia that you will find anywhere on the internet.

Thank you for all of your support so far!
Andy, Mark and Darren