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Arsenal Managers List

Arsenal Managers History List? Are you looking for a list of all Arsenal Managers in the club’s history? We have compiled a list with all the managers that have been employed by Arsenal during the club’s entire history. Here you will find all Arsenal managers in the past since 1893.

Arsenal managers of all time – full history list!

Arsenal Football Club is an English professional club based in Islington, London. The club was formed in Woolwich in 1886 as Dial Square before it was shortly renamed to Royal Arsenal, and then Woolwich Arsenal in 1893.

They became the first southern member to be admitted into the football league in 1893, having spent their first four seasons solely participating in cup tournaments and friendlies. In 1914, the club proceeded to shift their home base to Highbury and decided to simply call themselves Arsenal.

They finished the 1915 season, fifth in the Second Division but was able to rejoin the First Division at the expense of their rivals, Tottenham Hotspur when football resumed after the First World War. Since that time, they have not fallen below the first tier of the English football system and hold the record for the longest uninterrupted period in the top flight.

Arsenal have employed 20 permanent and 8 caretaker managers since 1897. Stewart Houston managed the club in two separate spells as caretaker, while two Arsenal managers, Herbert Chapman and Tom Whittaker died on the job.

Arsenal managers past and present - Herbert Chapman - 403 games as manager

Arsenal managers past and present

Arsenal manager before Wenger? Who was manager before Arsene Wenger? Arsenal Manager 1983? Here is the list of all the managers Arsenal have had over the years. Lets take a look at Arsenal managers past and present.

  • M = matches played; W = matches won; D = matches drawn; L = matches lost; GF = Goals for; GA = Goals against; Win % = percentage of total matches won


Arsenal’s Most Successful Manager

The most successful person to manage Arsenal is obviously Arsene Wenger. During his 22-year reign at North London, he won three Premier League titles, seven FA Cup and seven Community Shields between 1996 and 2018.

The Frenchman is the club’s longest-serving manager surpassing George Allison’s record of 13 years in October 2009.

Arsenal managers with most honours

Arsenal managers with most honours? Which Arsenal manager has the best honors in history?

Arsenal managers win percentage

Arsenal managers win percentage? Which Arsenal manager has the best win percentage in history?

Pat Rice is the Arsenal manager with the best win percentage in history. Although he was only manager during a short period and was manager during four games.

If we only look at manager with +50 games then Arsene Wenger is the manager with best win percentage in history. His has been manager during 1 235 games with a win percenage of 57,25%.

Arsenal current manager – Mikel Arteta

On 20 December 2019, Arteta was appointed head coach at former club Arsenal, signing a deal until 2023.

Upon his appointment he stated that he believed the club had lost direction and that he didn’t want players to shirk responsibility: “I want people to take responsibility for their jobs and I want people who deliver passion and energy in the football club. Anyone who doesn’t buy into this, or that has a negative effect or whatever, is not good enough for this environment or this culture.”

On 26 December 2019, Arteta walked out of the dugout for the first time as an Arsenal manager for their Premier League match against A.F.C. Bournemouth which ended in a 1–1 draw, thanks to a second half equaliser from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

Although a 1–1 draw was not the start the Spaniard would have dreamed of, he later said that he was pleased with attitude, passion and the fighting spirit of his players. On 2 January 2020, Arteta won his first match as an Arsenal manager after a 2–0 win over Manchester United at the Emirates.

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