Arsenal Players Pictures 2019
Looking for Arsenal players and pictures? Here you will find all Arsenal players pictures from the season 2018/19.
Arsenal have not had much success in the past decade under the management of Arsene Wenger other than winning the 3 FA Cups. For a club of Arsenal’s size, they should be winning way more trophies.
Now, with Unai Emery taking over from the ‘Professor’, things are expected to change for the better. Arsenal are on route to make their way back into the UEFA Champions League which would give the new manager the financial leverage to sign more quality players.
The Gunners already have a lot of world-class players but it has been made quite clear this season that improvements are necessary for future success.
For instance, all the players that came into the Emirates this term has proven to be greatly impactful. Lucas Torreira has already become a fan favourite and might just win the Arsenal Player Of The Year award if he continues to perform at this rate.
Sokratis Papastathopoulos has turned out to be the leader Arsenal have been looking out for quite some time. Matteo Guendouzi might just be the steal of the decade at just £7m.
Bernd Leno is quickly showcasing himself to be one of the best goalkeepers in the entire Premier League. Stephan Lichtsteiner is proving to be a great utility player who can be used at both centre-back and full-back.
One can be sure that Denis Suarez will be able to prove his quality if he is given enough time to prove himself.
Arsenal Players Photos, Pictures And Squad Information
Here we have all of the current Arsenal squad players from 2018/19. Then squad photos of all seasons underneath.
|Shirt No.||Pictures||Name & Position||Date Of Birth||Contract Until|
|19||Bernd Leno||Mar 4, 1992||30.06.2023|
|1||Petr Cech||May 20, 1982||30.06.2019|
|20||Shkodran Mustafi||Apr 17, 1992||30.06.2021|
|5||Sokratis||Jun 9, 1988||30.06.2021|
|16||Rob Holding||Sep 20, 1995||30.06.2023|
|6||Laurent Koscielny||Sep 10, 1985||30.06.2020|
|27||Konstantinos Mavropanos||Dec 11, 1997||30.06.2023|
|31||Sead Kolasinac||Jun 20, 1993||30.06.2022|
|18||Nacho Monreal||Feb 26, 1986||30.06.2019|
|2||Héctor Bellerín||Mar 19, 1995||30.06.2023|
|25||Carl Jenkinson||Feb 8, 1992||30.06.2019|
|12||Stephan Lichtsteiner||Jan 16, 1984||30.06.2019|
|11||Lucas Torreira||Feb 11, 1996||30.06.2023|
|34||Granit Xhaka||Sep 27, 1992||30.06.2023|
|4||Mohamed Elneny||Jul 11, 1992||30.06.2022|
|8||Aaron Ramsey||Dec 26, 1990||30.06.2019|
|29||Mattéo Guendouzi||Apr 14, 1999||30.06.2022|
|22||Denis Suárez||Jan 6, 1994||30.06.2019|
|15||Ainsley Maitland-Niles||Aug 29, 1997||30.06.2023|
|10||Mesut Özil||Oct 15, 1988||30.06.2021|
|7||Henrikh Mkhitaryan||Jan 21, 1989||30.06.2021|
|17||Alex Iwobi||May 3, 1996||30.06.2022|
|14||Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang||Jun 18, 1989||30.06.2021|
|9||Alexandre Lacazette||May 28, 1991||30.06.2022|
|23||Danny Welbeck||Nov 26, 1990||30.06.2019|
Photos Of Arsenal Players 2019
Here are some photos of Arsenal players and games 2019:
A grand night in March, when Arsenal overcame a 3-1 deficit against Saint Rennais to progress to the next stage of the UEFA Europa League.
Arsenal Stadium Photos – The Emirates
The Emirates Stadium is the home of Arsenal Football Club since 2006. It was known as Ashburton Grove before Dubai based Airline company, Emirates took ownership of its name rights through sponsorships. It was also called the Arsenal Stadium for UEFA competitions.
It is located in Holloway, London, England and has a capacity of 60,260. It is the third-largest football stadium in England after Wembley Stadium and Manchester United’s Old Trafford.
In 1997, an idea took seed within the Arsenal hierarchy to expand their homegrown in order to fit in more fans. As the clubs popularity continued to grow on a global scale it became very tough to host games at the Highbury.
The Gunners board thought about relocating altogether after they were denied permission by Islington Council to renovate the Highbury. Purchasing the Wembley Stadium was one of the options the club were pondering upon at the time but they eventually decided to build their own home ground at a much larger scale.
They brought an industrial and waste disposal estate in Ashburton Grove in 2000. It took a whole year to get the council’s permission to build a stadium on the site.
Arsenal’s then-manager, Arsène Wenger famously said that it was the “biggest decision in Arsenal’s history” since the board’s appointment of Herbert Chapman. The transition was by no means easy as they prepared to relocate in 2002. Financial difficulties postponed the operational shift until 2004.
It took £390m to complete the entire structure in 2006 and the Highbury was redeveloped into an apartment complex called. The stadium is an architectural splendour which also hosts some of the world’s biggest music concerts and international fixtures.
Arsenal Stadium Photos – Highbury
Highbury Stadium is previously home to Arsenal from 6 September 1913 to 7 May 2006. It was popularly known as Highbury due to its location. It was also given the affectionate nickname of the “Home of Football” by the Gunners.
Highbury is located in Fleetwood, Lancashire, England and is owned by the Wyre Borough Council. It is currently the home ground of League One side, Fleetwood Town Football Club and is also used by Blackpool reserves for their home games.
The ground now has a capacity of 5,327, after the opening of the new Parkside Stand on 16 April 2011. It is currently the 112th largest stadium by capacity in all of England and the twenty-fourth in their league.
Established in 1913 on a local college’s recreation ground, Highbury has already been redeveloped twice in its history. The stadium’s pitch was its most glorifying aspect which drew both fans and players in despite it’s small size.
One of the most identifiable factors in this stadium is the clock that was hung up on the top of southern stands since its introduction in 1930.
Some of the historic games that have been hosted here were for the England national side and also in the 1948 Summer Olympics.
Due to Highbury the local London Underground station was renamed to Arsenal in 1932, making it the only station in England’s underground network to be named after a football club.