Arsenal vs Manchester United has always been one of the standout fixtures when it comes down to the Premier League fixture and it is one that is ever popular amongst all football fans. Supporters will look to pick out the dates that these two meetings occur on and will have them marked out in their diaries almost immediately, especially when the north London outfit are at home.
With the history that both sides have, with no fewer than 30 top-flight titles between them as well as a number of domestic cup successes, the match pits two of the best sides that have ever played the English game.
The Emirates Stadium, based in Holloway, north London, is home to the Gunners and is an impressive venue. The 60,704-seater state of the art stadium is the third large stadium in the Premier League. Top-flight football is not the only level of the game played, though, with international games being hosted as well on a semi-regular basis.
When the fixture is played at the Emirates Stadium, the Gunners have reason to be confident about their chances of securing a result against one of their biggest rivals in football, having produced some quality performances, although results can be a relatively mixed bag when coming up against the Red Devils.
As mentioned, the Gunners have a record that can be rather hit and miss when it comes down to playing against Manchester United in front of their own crowd, with winning score lines of 3-0 and 2-0 on numerous occasions, however they have suffered defeats with scores of 1-2 and 1-3 multiple times.
Considering Arsenal versus Manchester United is one of England’s biggest competitive rivals, stemming from their previous title battles against each other, the fixture in north London has brought up many memorable moments which stretch back to the Gunners’ time at Highbury before making the move to The Emirates Stadium in 2006. In fact, the record attendance of 60,161 was set in this particular fixture on 3 November 2007.
The highly-anticipated spectacle between the two of England’s footballing giants has seen superstars like Thierry Henry, Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang, Patrick Vieira, Cristiano Ronaldo, Wayne Rooney and Paul Pogba take to the stage and ensure the lights shine bright on what is a fascinating watch.
With both sides continuing to vie for a European qualifying spot, Arsenal vs Manchester United promises to be a fiery affair whenever the two take to the field next.
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