Following on from yesterday’s post about how much Arsenal really have to spend this summer, one of our contributors, Sean, has sent me this article from the excellent Arsenal Blog AngryOfIslington detailing exactly how much Stan Kroenke’s investment in Arsenal has grown over the years. A very interesting and factual read….
So despite us all having seen the leaked pictures of our new PUMA home kit with the pink armbands, it has only just now been officially unveiled by Arsenal on their official website.
Of course the announcement came with lots of pretty publicity shots, most of which had also been linked previously like this one…
Arsenal’s relationship with the Emirates airline has been ongoing for 12 years now and is being extended for yet another five years in a deal being described as one of the ‘biggest ever’ in world football. The sponsorship, the largest ever signed by the club and one of the biggest ever agreed in football, gives the airline a 5-year extension to their shirt partnership with the club until the end of the 2023-2024 season.
Arsenal fans were left “galvanised”, to quote legend Ian Wright there, at the fact that rumours suggested Alisher Usmanov had made a bid to buy out Stan Kroenke’s shares at Arsenal.
It’s no secret that the club is in desperate need of change. The Gunners have had the same manager and most of the same coaching staff and managerial support for the last twenty years and to no surprise it’s starting to go stale.
A new graphic from SBO looks into the owners of Premier League football teams, and just how much they’ve paid into their clubs – with the top figure being £2 billion, Roman Abramovich’s investment into Chelsea FC.
If you’ve ever held aspirations of owning a football club in the Premier League, you might have to win the lottery a few times.
There has always been more discontent over prices of Season tickets and entrance fees at Arsenal, not only because we are the most expensive football ground to visit in the world, but because we get less rewards, in terms of trophies, for the outrageous prices our club charges.
Arsenal’s latest sponsorship deal takes hem to Kenya, which has a very large number of Gooners in their ranks. The Gunners have teamed up with SportPesa as the official betting partner in Kenya, and they will be joining together to offer club merchandise as well as tickets to go to the Emirates to see their favourite club in action.