Who doesn’t love a goal montage or a snippet of classic match action? This page aims to share Arsenal video content of all shapes and sizes.

If you would like to see anything included here, please send your recommendation and a link via the CONTACT page. Be sure to include the word 'Video' in the title. Anything with a europop backing soundtrack will be judged accordingly. You have been warned. 


Arsenal Taught Harsh Lesson Behind The Iron Curtain

BY NICK WRIGHT / @nicholaspwright

On the morning of October 3rd 1954 two aircraft carrying sixteen players and seven officials from Arsenal Football Club departed Northolt Airport in Greater London. They were headed for Moscow, where they would become the first British team to play in Soviet Russia. Stalin had died the previous year, but crossing the Iron Curtain remained a step into the unknown.

Originally scheduled to arrive in the Russian capital that evening, Arsenal were held up for a night in Minsk – some four hundred miles from their destination - due to bad weather conditions. An arduous journey was to be followed by an even more painful ordeal...

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George Graham's champions spank Coventry

As Arsenal prepare to host Coventry City, we hark back to the Gunners biggest ever win over the Sky Blues.

With the title wrapped up five days earlier George Graham’s champions put on a real show at Highbury on the final day of the 1990/91 season.

An early own goal got things rolling before a hattrick from Anders Limpar and goals from Alan Smith and Perry Groves put a gloss on a wonderful season.

This footage from the ‘Champions’ end of season video brings the carnival atmosphere to life, although it's a shame it cuts short just before now Assistant Manager Steve Bould gets an egging from the backroom staff.


Ian Wright - Nothing to Something

Ian Wright needs no introduction. However, for all his goals and his extrovert opinions voiced on radio, TV and Twitter very few know  the tough path he travelled to make it to legendary status at Arsenal.

In this video, produced by Grime Daily, he talks in intimate terms about the relationship he had with his family, his first male role model, his time in jail, the jobs he held down in his youth, his chats with David Rocastle and how football proved to be his salvation. It's an inspirational story.


Our Club Our Story By Ciaran Shaw

If you're on Twitter, a regular at the Emirates, or drink at The Tollington, you may well recognise a few, if not all, of the faces in this short film. Even if you don't though, you'll certainly appreciate their words...

A moving tribute to the mad, mad world of being a football fan. Enjoy.


The Arsenal Collective meets...Ray Parlour

A Highbury hero for twelve years, Ray Parlour is one of Arsenal's most decorated stars. Winning the Premier League three times, tasting FA Cup glory on four occasions and also picking up League Cup and Cup Winners' Cup medals, his career is a testament to hard work and a willingness to adapt to the fluidity of the Wenger era after learning his trade under George Graham's more utilitarian coaching style.

Answering questions from The Arsenal Collective, Parlour reflected on his favourite goal, best mates at the club, FA Cup memories and the first football match he ever watched.

Ray Parlour, along with a host of other famous ex-players, is working with Budweiser to mentor the players of non-league Wembley FC as they mount an assault on the 2012/13 FA Cup.