The journal of the AISA Arsenal History Society
- 11 March 1893: Arsenal beat Dumbarton in a friendly in front of 6,000
- 11 March 1899: Arsenal beat Tottenham in their last home “United League” match
- 11 March 1911: League debut for John Peart; Arsenal 1 Everton 0. Also Mr Bateup plays his penultimate game.
- 11 March 1911. The start of an 11 match sequence without defeat which saved Arsenal from relegation. Also the last time Arsenal won a home league game on 11 March!
- 11 March 1922: Joe Shaw’s last league game – a 1-0 defeat to Man U.
- 11 March 1967. Birmingham 1 Arsenal 0. FA Cup 5th round.
- 11 March 1972: Brendon Batson is Arsenal’s first black player.
- 11 March 1972: Newcastle 2 Arsenal 0. After the brilliant run of 12 unbeaten, two defeats in a row. It’s all going wrong.
- 11 March 1978: Wrexham 2 Arsenal 3. FA Cup 6.
- 11 March 1980: Arsenal 0 Bristol City 0, five without defeat
- 11 March 1981: Peter Nicholas signs for Arsenal
- 11 March 1998: Wimbledon 0 Arsenal 1; after blackouts and security alerts Arsenal finally believe they can catch Man U
- 11 March 2009: Arsenal beat Roma 7-6 on penalties in Champs League
- 11 March 2011: Daily Mail ran the headline “Wenger planning summer bid for Le Havre teen Mendy to shore up Arsenal defence”.
- 11 March 2013: Ex Arsenal man Brian McDermott sacked as manager of Reading
The Anniversary files now have over 3000 entries, and are now divided into six sections:
If you would like to contribute an article to this site, please see this note on submissions etc.
- Woolwich Arsenal: The club that changed football – Arsenal’s early years
- Making the Arsenal – how the modern Arsenal was born in 1910
- The Crowd at Woolwich Arsenal
The incomplete index of series on this site….
- Arsenal’s name and how it changed
- Arsenal and Tottenham
- Anti-Arsenal – those who try to put us down throughout history
- Arsenal’s Chronology
- Arsenal History Society news and discoveries
- The Anniversary Files: January to June ; July to September ; October to December
- Chairmen of Arsenal
- Corruption: The Review
- The First Double: 1971
- First Timers: The first time I saw Arsenal
- Iconic moments in the history of Arsenal
- Into the Darkness. Arsenal under Swindin
- Islington 100: celebrating 100 years of Arsenal in Islington
- London – how Arsenal fared in the early days against other London teams
- Managers – from Royal Arsenal to Mr Wenger
- Meet the ancestors- stories from the relatives of Arsenal players
- The origins of Arsenal
- Players, including updates on what players are doing now
- The Norris Files
- Statistics through the club’s history
- Woolwich Arsenal, the ground
- Woolwich Arsenal in the FA Cup – the full series
- Woolwich 100 – the players who played 100 or more times for WA
- Year by year: tracing the club’s history in detail
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