The new Arsenal FC Kit 2015/2016 features Arsenal’s iconic kit design with a red body and white sleeves. A white stripe is running down the side of the new Arsenal FC Kit 2015/2016, while two thin red lines are on the white sleeves of the new Arsenal Shirt. To create a classy design, the new Arsenal FC Kit 2015/2016 has a modern Henley collar with one button and a golden line, which can be also seen on the sleeve cuffs of Arsenal’s new kit. White shorts and plain white socks will complete the new Arsenal FC Kit 2015/2016.
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Arsenal Football Club are a professional football club based in Holloway, London that play in English football’s top tier, the Premier League. One of the most decorated clubs in English football, they have won 40 domestic and two European trophies, including 13 First Division and Premier League titles and a record 12FA Cups. Arsenal are one of the most supported, valuable, and lucrative football clubs in the world, boasting the third most Twitter followers and the second highest earning stadium.
During their long history in the top flight, Arsenal have amassed many statistical feats. They hold the ongoing longest uninterrupted period in the top flight, have accumulated both the second most wins and points, and would be placed first in an aggregated league of the entire 20th century. At 14 and 49 matches, Arsenal hold both the longest winning streak and the longest unbeaten streak. The latter includes the only completely unbeaten season since the 16 match-shorter inaugural Football League season saw Preston North End do it 115 years before.
Arsenal were founded in 1886 in Woolwich and in 1893 became the first club from the south of England to join the Football League. In 1913, they moved north across the city to Arsenal Stadium in Highbury. In the 1930s, they won five League Championships and two FA Cups. World War II ended the run of this Arsenal team, and claimed the lives of more Arsenal players than any other club. Although the club won two more Championships and an FA Cup after the war, they then suffered a long dry period until 1989; the most notable interruption being the 1970–71 Double. Since, under George Graham and Arsène Wenger, Arsenal have seen a run of five League titles, seven FA Cups, two Doubles, a Champions League Final, and an unbeaten season. Arsenal’s time in North London has seen a fierce rivalry with Tottenham Hotspur, the North London derby.
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