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The  journal of the AISA Arsenal History Society

Recent News

The novel “Making the Arsenal” by Tony Attwood which describes the events of 1910, which created the modern Arsenal FC, is now available for the first time on Kindle.  Full details are here.

Also available: Woolwich Arsenal: the club that changed football (Kindle Edition)   For full details please see here.

For an index of the various series on this site please see the home page.

Arsenal’s league review for the whole of the 1930s is now complete.  

Here are the most recent articles.

The players and the crowds: Arsenal 1938/9

Arsenal in the summer 1939

April / May 1939: Arsenal clamber back to 5th, and achieve film stardom

George Hunt: the first ever player to move from Tottenham Hotspur to Arsenal


Exclusive: One of the most iconic tales about Chapman at Arsenal may not be quite what it seems

The Index of articles about individual players is now complete

Too tired to get back to the Arsenal?

The series

This site is based around series of articles on specific themes – and you can find links to many of these on this page and on the left column under the heading “Pages”.

Here are some of the more popular series that have been written recently or are actively being updated at  the moment.

Earlier series


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Some stories you might enjoy

Among the other recent Posts

Please note: The full anniversaries index can be found here.  


Reports on Arsenal’s current activities are on Untold Arsenal


Classic Articles and series from the Arsenal History Society


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The incomplete index of series on this site….


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