Legends Publishing’s collection of Arsenal books are must-haves for all fans of The Gunners. Every era of the club’s history is covered in our unique collection – from the formative Royal Arsenal years, right through to Wenger’s reign. Our authors are all life-long fans of the club and write with huge knowledge and passion – treat yourself, or the Arsenal fans in your life, to these very special books.
Arsenal For Everyone£22.50
OVER LAND AND SEA (AND LOCKDOWN) – ARSENAL THE CORONA DIARIES£22.50
Almost Invincible – Arsenal The Class Of 1991 Thirtieth Anniversary Shiny Limited Edition£22.50
Geordie Armstrong On The Wing – Limited 20th Anniversary Edition£22.50
Highbury London N5 T-Shirt£22.50
Invincible London N5 T-Shirt£22.50
We’ve Only Got One Song – Arsenal Terrace Songs & Chants£19.99
Clickbait – Life as a Modern Arsenal Fan£19.99
Arsene’s Double Double – Incl. Limited Edition Tony Adams Badge£15.00
Royal Arsenal – Champions Of The South£22.50
Over the years Arsenal fans have created incredible atmospheres in football grounds around Europe and come up with some of the funniest and creative chants and songs, the very best of which are featured in this book, along with plenty of fantastic fan memories.
We’ve Only Got One Song is a celebration of supporting Arsenal Football Club, and this book honours every single Arsenal fan who has ever sung in support for the team throughout its proud history… this book is dedicated to them.
Highly acclaimed artist, Paine Proffitt, provides several of his award-winning illustrations, along with evocative photos and memorabilia to accompany the chapters.
Soulless Stadia… Selfies… Social Media “celebrities” and half and half scarves. Attention-hungry Superfans who would sell their own mothers for followers… and Click-hungry journos who sell their souls for ad revenue. Welcome to modern football. A world in which anyone can have a voice, despite having nothing to say.
Join author Darren Berry on a journey; a season through the eyes of a lifelong Arsenal supporter, trying to rediscover his love for the game, a game drowning in a sea of Clickbait and 24/7 social media saturation. This is a journey through the rollercoaster ride of modern football… Hold on tight!
In 2004, Arsenal achieved footballing immortality after going through an entire season unbeaten. That team would forever be known as ‘The Invincibles’, but 13 years beforehand, there was another Arsenal team who should have achieved that accolade first. George Graham’s title winning team of 1990/91 lost just one game in an amazing season – having to overcome some unbelievable set-backs in order to win the Championship.
The team’s inspirational captain, Tony Adams, being sent to prison, a more rigorous fixture schedule, a mid-match brawl that led to the only points deduction to have ever been given to a club – before or since – are just some of the crazy circumstances that the Arsenal team of 90/91 had to overcome.
This book will take you through every facet of that incredible season, from the new signings, the pre-season build up and in depth league and cup match coverage combine to show readers why the Class of ‘91 should stand shoulder to shoulder with the Invincibles – and why they should perhaps be considered equals.
“To my mind historians are the lifeblood of football and people with Arsenal at heart are lucky to have Mark Andrews and Andy Kelly. This masterpiece is enhanced by the skilful writing of Tim Stillman and the result is an extraordinary combination of detail with readability. Royal Arsenal: Champions of the South is a terrific piece of work.”
Patrick Barclay: Chairman of The Football Writers’ Association.
Arsenal Historians, Mark Andrews and Andy Kelly, along with editor Tim Stillman, uncover how Royal Arsenal grew to become the Champions of the South – encapsulating the football lives of the founders, players, administrators and supporters of the forerunners of The Arsenal Football Club.ORDER YOUR COPY NOW