Arsenal

Arsenal

9th Premier League | 13-12-7
  • Goals For
    9th
    44 GF
  • Assists
    10th
    29 A
  • Shots
    8th
    282 Shots
  • Saves
    13th
    84 SAV
  • Premier League clubs quit Super League to leave breakaway plans in tatters
    The Independent

    Premier League clubs quit Super League to leave breakaway plans in tatters

    The six Premier League clubs that were set to be involved in the planned European Super League have withdrawn from the breakaway competition. Manchester United, Man City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham were all set to take part in the proposed tournament, alongside three La Liga teams from Spain and three of Italy’s Serie A sides. Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid and Barcelona are the Spanish sides in question, with Juventus, AC Milan and Inter Milan being the Italian clubs.

  • Arsenal apologise to fans for Super League ‘mistake’ as they confirm withdrawal
    The Independent

    Arsenal apologise to fans for Super League ‘mistake’ as they confirm withdrawal

    The Gunners were one of 12 clubs to commit to entering a new breakaway competition

  • European Super League in tatters as Big Six QUIT breakaway in dramatic U-turn
    Evening Standard

    European Super League in tatters as Big Six QUIT breakaway in dramatic U-turn

    The Premier League’s Big Six dramatically pulled out of the controversial European Super League on Tuesday evening in a remarkable U-turn that left the competition certain to collapse. Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham announced on Sunday that they were joining three Italian and three Spanish clubs in forming the new breakaway tournament, to be played midweek throughout the club season. The proposal was met with near-universal criticism from across football and beyond, with figures including UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, French president Emmanuel Macron and Prince William joining pundits, managers, players and supporters in condemning the “closed-shop” tournament.