Arsenal’s Gay Gooners lead the way at London Pride

Gay Gooners are true pioneers in English football. Founded in 2013, with over 650 members and counting, the group are football’s largest LGBT fan club. They were also the first to represent a football team at London Pride, and this year’s march on July 7th will be their sixth, helping to

A Day at the Arsenal Museum

Despite a tricky couple of years on the pitch, Arsenal fans stand by their history. They became the first London club to win England’s top flight in 1931 and remain the capital’s most decorated side domestically, with 13 league titles and the same number of FA Cups.  This history is well

“How a call from Samir Nasri changed my life”: tales of a VIP concierge

Newcastle, Arsenal, Chelsea, Bournemouth, Bayern Munich are only a few examples of clubs Johnny Vegas’ clients play for. The 31-year-old American lives the lifestyle of high-calibre footballers while organising everything from their holidays to Stag Dos. Ena Bilobrk spoke to the young entrepreneur about the crazy lifestyle of today’s top athletes,

Since 1955 Podcast: Super Spurs, problems at United, Chelsea host Barca

https://soundcloud.com/user-821454638/since-1955-first-leg-recappreview Fellow Gazette writers Will Pearse and Shane Murphy joined me to chat about an insane first week of Champions League round of 16 matchups and what lies ahead this week! Talking Tottenham's huge result in Turin, Madrid's thriller against PSG, Mourinho's problems at Old Trafford, and look ahead to Chelsea v

Since 1955 Podcast: The Premier League Strikes Back

https://soundcloud.com/user-821454638/the-premier-league-strikes-back Richard Lenton sits in to share his thoughts on FIVE English clubs competing in the Champions League and the future of the Premier League in European competition in this mini-pod. The guys also chat about their predictions on how the clubs will fare in the Round of 16, Quarterfinals, and

“I just knew in my bones that I’d get another chance to finish it off”: Michael Thomas and co captured in new documentary: 89

“Something happened that everybody said was impossible.”  These were the words of Lee Dixon, speaking at the premiere of 89, a new documentary film that tells the story of Arsenal’s fabled last-minute league win over Liverpool in 1989.  Dixon - an executive producer of the film and full back in that championship

Revealed: Premier League sponsorship deals 2018/19

As all eyes turn once again to the Premier League after the international break, we've tirelessly sourced new sponsors for all 20 top flight clubs heading into next season. See if you agree!   Manchester City/Netflix - Brash new kid on the block, they’ve made old DVD’s redundant. Add new flavours of