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Arsenal and Leeds United are two teams with a long and interesting history going back over 100 years. Arsenal was founded in 1886, while Leeds was founded in 1919. Arsenal has been in the Premier League since its inception in 1992, and Leeds joined the top flight in 2020 after a 16-year absence.

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Leeds United

Leeds United Football Club is based in West Yorkshire, England. The club was formed following the disbanding of Leeds City F.C. They have celebrated some great victories over the years including three English league titles, one FA Cup, one League Cup, and two Community Shields.

Leeds United has a rich history of legendary players. The likes of Billy Bremner, Peter Lorimer, and Gordon Strachan are all heroes to the Leeds United fans. Rated by many as the greatest all-around footballer to come from Britain, John Charles also made an impact during his time at the club.

Elland Road

Leeds have played their home matches at Elland Road since their formation in 1919. Elland Road is the 14th largest stadium in England, with a capacity of 37,792. The ground has also hosted FA Cup matches, England international fixtures and was selected as one of eight venues for the Euro 96.

Elland Road has seen numerous renovations over the years, most notably a redevelopment project in 2006 which saw an overhaul of the kitchen concourse area and a restaurant named Billy's Bar (after former club captain Billy Bremner).

The famous West Stand at Elland Road is now named the John Charles stand, after fans demanded a tribute to the former player.


Arsenal is one of the biggest and most successful clubs in the world and have a long history of playing attractive football. They have a large array of talented players and are always a threat to win silverware.

Arsenal play an attacking style of football, which often leads to them scoring a lot of goals. They also have a very strong defence, which means they are difficult to beat.

The Gunners undoubtedly provide plenty of entertainment for their fans, and are always a team that is worth watching. Due to their popularity, tickets to Arsenal matches are hard to come by.

Emirates Stadium

The Gunner’s home ground is the Emirates Stadium, which they moved into in 2006 after leaving their previous home of Highbury. With a seated capacity of over 60,000, the Emirates Stadium is the fourth-biggest in England.

In terms of atmosphere, you cannot beat either the North Bank or Clock End at the Emirates Stadium. Here is where you will find the most vocal Arsenal fans, and you can join in with the songs throughout the game such as ‘We All Follow the Arsenal’, ‘One-nil to the Arsenal’, ‘Ooh to be a Gooner’, ‘49 Undefeated’, and ‘We're the North Bank/Clock End.’