Arsenal Football Club Museum
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Established1993; 30 years ago (1993)
London, N5
Coordinates51°33′24″N 0°06′29″W / 51.556548°N 0.108103°W / 51.556548; -0.108103Coordinates: 51°33′24″N 0°06′29″W / 51.556548°N 0.108103°W / 51.556548; -0.108103
TypeSports museum
Visitors120,000 per year
Public transit accessLondon Underground Arsenal
National Rail Drayton Park

The Arsenal Football Club Museum is a museum in Holloway, London, run by Arsenal Football Club and dedicated to the history of the club.

The museum houses a wide range of exhibits and memorabilia from throughout the club's history, including Charlie George's shirt from the 1971 FA Cup Final, Michael Thomas's boots from Arsenal's 1988–89 title-deciding match against Liverpool, Alan Smith's shirt from the 1994 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup Final and a custom trophy commemorating Arsenal's 2003–04 Premier League season, where they won the title unbeaten.[1]

The museum is currently housed in the Northern Triangle Building, to the immediate north of Emirates Stadium, the club's home ground.[1] It had been previously housed inside the North Bank Stand of Arsenal's Highbury stadium from the stand's opening in 1993 to 2006, when Highbury was closed and redeveloped.[2] It currently attracts over 120,000 visitors a year.[3]

The museum is open every day of the week. On matchdays the museum is only open from 10am till half an hour before kick-off. Admission is also included as part of tours of Emirates Stadium.[1]


  1. ^ a b c "Arsenal Museum".
  2. ^ "Arsenal Museum". Britain Express.
  3. ^ "FA Cup Final shirts loaned to Arsenal Museum".