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Arsenal LFC

Arsenal LFC

Formed: 1987
Nicknames: The Gunners 

UEFA club competition honours (runners-up in brackets)
• UEFA Women's Cup (1): 2007

Domestic honours (most recent triumph in brackets)
• FA WSL: 1 (2011)
• FA Women's Premier League: 12 (2010)
• FA WSL League Cup: 1 (2011)
• FA Women's Cup: 11 (2011)
• FA Women's Premier League Cup: 10 (2009)
• FA Women's Community Shield: 5 (2008)
• London County FA Women's Cup: 10 (2011) 

History
• The club were founded in 1987 by Vic Akers, who enjoyed a 22-year stint as manager until his retirement in 2009. Under Akers, the Gunners collected an unprecedented 33 major trophies – including a domestic and European quadruple in 2007.

•  His total haul included a UEFA Women's Cup, three domestic trebles, 12 Premier League titles, ten FA Cups and as many League Cups. It represented a remarkable feat that cemented their place as the most successful club in English women's football.

• Part of their success can be attributed to the outstanding backing and support of Arsenal FC. Clare Wheatley, Ciara Grant and Faye White work solely to develop and co-ordinate the club's female counterpart, while two other senior players oversee the highly successful academy, which concentrates on the girls' youth development.

• The 2011/12 season was a groundbreaking one for the Gunners as they competed in the inaugural FA Women's Super League, which they won despite stern opposition from Birmingham City LFC and perennial rivals Everton LFC. Further domestic success came via an 11th FA Women's Cup triumph, before they eased past Birmingham to clinch a maiden FA WSL League Cup.

Last updated: 19/09/12 15.49CET

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Matches

SSI Err
HomeAway
The home team is listed first.Last updated: 25/06/2016 17:40 CET
23 March 2016 23 Mar - English Women's Super League, Round
Arsenal3-1Reading
Referee: not available
06/25/2016 16:40:44
28 March 2016 28 Mar - English Women's Super League, Round
Manchester City2-0Arsenal
Referee: not available
06/25/2016 16:41:01
21 April 2016 21 Apr - English Women's Super League, Round
Arsenal0-2Chelsea
Referee: not available
06/25/2016 16:41:01
27 April 2016 27 Apr - English Women's Super League, Round
Reading1-2Arsenal
Referee: not available
06/25/2016 16:41:04
1 May 2016 01 May - English Women's Super League, Round
Arsenal0-0Birmingham
Referee: not available
06/25/2016 16:41:05
21 May 2016 21 May - English Women's Super League, Round
Doncaster
19.30
Arsenal
Referee: TBD
04/27/2016 21:24:30
29 June 2016 29 Jun - English Women's Super League, Round
Birmingham
20.45
Arsenal
Referee: TBD
04/27/2016 21:24:34
10 July 2016 10 Jul - English Women's Super League, Round
Arsenal
15.00
Notts County
Referee: TBD
04/27/2016 21:24:36
17 July 2016 17 Jul - English Women's Super League, Round
Chelsea
15.00
Arsenal
Referee: TBD
04/27/2016 21:24:37
23 July 2016 23 Jul - English Women's Super League, Round
Sunderland
19.00
Arsenal
Referee: TBD
04/27/2016 21:24:38
31 July 2016 31 Jul - English Women's Super League, Round
Arsenal
15.00
Liverpool
Referee: TBD
04/27/2016 21:24:42
28 August 2016 28 Aug - English Women's Super League, Round
Notts County
18.00
Arsenal
Referee: TBD
04/27/2016 21:24:40
11 September 2016 11 Sep - English Women's Super League, Round
Arsenal
15.00
Manchester City
Referee: TBD
04/27/2016 21:24:43
30 October 2016 30 Oct - English Women's Super League, Round
Arsenal
15.00
Doncaster
Referee: TBD
04/27/2016 21:25:05
6 November 2016 06 Nov - English Women's Super League, Round
Liverpool
19.00
Arsenal
Referee: TBD
04/27/2016 21:25:14

Trophy cabinet

Club record in UEFA competitions

  • Biggest win:
    17/10/2013, Arsenal 11-1 CSHVSM-Kairat, Borehamwood
  • Biggest defeat:
    12/11/2008, Umeå 6-0 Arsenal, Umeå
  • Appearances in UEFA Women's Champions League:  12
  • Player with most UEFA appearances: 77
    Emma Byrne (  IRL)
  • Top scorers in UEFA club competitions: 27
    Kim Little (  SCO)