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finances, revenues, transfers and salaries Arsenal London

Here you will find extensive information on Arsenal London finances, transfers and player salaries. We offer you detailed insights into the club's financial situation, including revenue from merchandising, sponsorship and ticket sales, as well as spending on player transfers, salaries and infrastructure. Our website is updated regularly to ensure you are always aware of the latest developments.

General

Arsenal Football Club, also known as Arsenal FC, Arsenal FC, or Arsenal London in German-speaking countries, is a football club based in the Holloway district of Islington, north London. Since it was founded in 1886, the club has won a total of 13 English championships and 14 FA cups, making it one of the most successful English football clubs.

The club was originally founded as Dial Square in 1886 by workers in Woolwich. Under coach Herbert Chapman, the club won a total of five national championships and two FA Cups in the 1930s. The club won the first double under Bertie Mee. In the 1980s and early 1990s, George Graham led the club to two league titles, a domestic FA Cup and League Cup double and a European Cup Winners' Cup title. Under manager Arsène Wenger, Arsenal went on to win two more English league and FA Cup doubles in one season, while remaining undefeated in the league throughout the 2003/04 league season.

 

In the 2005/06 season, Arsenal reached the final of the Champions League for the first time in club history. With a total of 14 wins, Arsenal are the record holders of the FA Cup, most recently in 2020.

Arsenal have played their home games at the Emirates Stadium since 2006, which has a capacity of 59,867 spectators. Prior to that, Highbury, in the borough of the same name, had been the home of the Gunners since 1913.

  • Name: The Arsenal Football Club PLC

  • Headquarters: London, England

  • Established: 1886 as Dial Square

  • Colours: red and white

  • Owner: Stan Kroenke

  • Website: arsenal.com

  • Venue: Emirates Stadium

  • Places: 60,704

  • League: Premier League

Arsenal London's revenue from the financial years 2005/06 to 2021/22

Arsenal have faced some financial challenges in recent years, particularly since the COVID-19 pandemic. However, the turnover is still very high compared to many other football clubs. In the 2021/22 financial year, the club's turnover increased to 433.5 million euros, which was mainly due to higher income from match operations and sponsorship. In previous years, the club had experienced a decline in revenue due to falling gaming revenue and lower profits from player sales.

 

Here is the list of Arsenal FC revenues from the financial years 2005/06 to 2021/22 in million euros:

  • Financial year: 2021/22, revenue: 433.50

  • Financial year: 2020/21, revenue: 366.50

  • Financial year: 2019/20, revenue: 388.00

  • Financial year: 2018/19, revenue: 446.00

  • Financial year: 2017/18, revenue: 439.00

  • Financial year: 2016/17, revenue: 488.00

  • Financial year: 2015/16, revenue: 469.00

  • Financial year: 2014/15, revenue: 436.00

  • Financial year: 2013/14, revenue: 359.00

  • Financial year: 2012/13, revenue: 284.00

  • Financial year: 2011/12, revenue: 290.00

  • Financial year: 2010/11, revenue: 251.00

  • Financial year: 2009/10, revenue: 274.00

  • Financial year: 2008/09, revenue: 263.00

  • Financial year: 2007/08, revenue: 264.00

  • Financial year: 2006/07, revenue: 264.00

  • Financial year: 2005/06, revenue: 192.00

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