Arsenal Stadium

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Arsenal Stadium
Location Highbury, London, England
Opened September 6, 1913
Closed May 7, 2006
Demolished 2006
Other Names Highbury
Tenants Arsenal (1913-2006)

Arsenal Stadium was a football stadium in Highbury, London, which was the home of Arsenal Football Club between 1913 and 2006. It was popularly known as "Highbury" due to its location and was given the affectionate nickname of the "Home of Football" by the club.

List of credited publications

League Date/Season Team(s) Type
English football February 5, 1949 Arsenal vs. Sunderland Program
FA Cup January 28, 1950 Arsenal vs. Swansea Town Program
English football March 10, 1951 Arsenal vs. Aston Villa Program
September 1, 1951 Arsenal vs. Sunderland Program
February 13, 1954 Arsenal vs. Cardiff City Program
February 5, 1955 Arsenal vs. Preston North End Program
April 11, 1964 Arsenal vs. Blackburn Rovers Program
May 7, 1966 Arsenal vs. Leicester City Program
Boxing May 21, 1966 Muhammad Ali vs. Henry Cooper Program
English football March 3, 1967 Arsenal vs. Manchester United Program
February 1, 1969 Arsenal vs. Nottingham Forest Program
March 30, 1970 Arsenal vs. Crystal Palace Program
October 3, 1970 Arsenal vs. Nottingham Forest Program
November 14, 1970 Arsenal vs. Crystal Palace Program
November 27, 1971 Arsenal vs. Crystal Palace Program
March 26, 1973 Arsenal vs. Crystal Palace Program
March 22, 1980 Arsenal vs. Crystal Palace Program
February 5, 1983 Arsenal vs. Brighton & Hove Albion Program
September 23, 1986 Arsenal vs. Huddersfield Town Program
FA Cup March 12, 1988 Arsenal vs. Nottingham Forest Program
English football March 11, 1989 Arsenal vs. Nottingham Forest Program
October 5, 1993 Arsenal vs. Huddersfield Town Program
September 28, 1996 Arsenal vs. Sunderland Program
August 21, 2000 Arsenal vs. Liverpool Program
November 30, 2002 Arsenal vs. Aston Villa Program
August 27, 2003 Arsenal vs. Aston Villa Program
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