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Arsenal and Everton are two of the most storied clubs in English football. They have a long and rich history dating back over a century. The clubs have met many times over the years, and games between them can be tense. Arsenal has been in the Premier League since it was formed, and Everton were the first club to play over 100 seasons in the top flight of English football.

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Everton FC is based in Liverpool, Merseyside. The club was established in 1878 and joined the Football League in 1888 as a founding member.  The club has since seen many victories over the years, including 9 league titles, 5 FA Cups, 1 League Cup, and 1 European Cup Winners' Cup.

Everton is one of England's most historic clubs, and has a long list of notable players. Dixie Dean, who is the club's top goalscorer of all time, played for Everton in the 1920s and 1930s. Other great players include Neville Southall, Alan Ball, and Wayne Rooney.

Goodison Park

Everton play their home games at Goodison Park, which has been their home stadium since 1892. The club originally played at Anfield Stadium (Liverpool’s current ground) but moved after a disagreement.

Goodison Park has a plentiful history, having been a venue for an FA Cup Final as well as the 1966 World Cup. It has also hosted more top-flight games than any other stadium in England.


Arsenal Football Club has a long and illustrious history, with many legendary players having donned the famous red and white jersey throughout the years. One of the most successful clubs in English football, Arsenal have won 13 league trophies, 14 FA Cups, 2 League Cup trophies, 1 Cup Winner’s Cup, and 1 Europea League trophy.

Some of the club's greatest players include Thierry Henry, who is Arsenal's all-time top goalscorer; Tony Adams, who is the club's most decorated player having won four Premier League titles, three FA Cups, two League Cups, and one UEFA Cup Winners' Cup; and Dennis Bergkamp, who was voted into the English Football Hall of Fame in 2005.

Emirates Stadium

Arsenal’s home ground is the Emirates Stadium, based in Holloway. The Emirates Stadium is one of the biggest stadiums in the UK, with a capacity of 60,260. It’s easy to access by Tube and Train, and hosts concerts as well as international fixtures.

The stadium has gone through a process known as 'Arsenalisation' since 2009, with the aim of restoring visible links to the club’s history. Ticket prices at the Emirates Stadium are always high and hard to get hold of.