With seven games to go in the Premier League, Arsenal & Manchester City are fighting it out for the biggest trophy in English football and one that hasn’t returned to North London since 2003/04.
However the Premier League trophy isn’t the only one Arsenal are fighting for this season…
Arsenal Women take on Manchester United Women in a top of the table clash in the Women’s Super League on Wednesday night, however they’re not the only teams fighting for the title this season.
Four of the country’s biggest clubs still hold a strong chance of lifting the trophy on May 27th with Chelsea Women and Manchester City Women also in the mix, with just three points separating the four teams.
Arsenal Women currently sit in third place, on 38 points after 16 games played. They’re three points behind first place, Manchester United Women who they face tonight & also have a game in hand on the leagues leaders.
The league isn’t the only trophy the Gunners are going for this season with a Champions League semi-final against Wolfsburg Women also on the horizon.
Arsenal Women can do the biggest double there is, but they can also finish this season empty-handed. It’s a big month coming up for Jonas Eidevall’s side and it starts tonight.
With the Premier League title a possibility, as well as the double for the Women, the Arsenal U18s complete the potential quadruple with an FA Youth Cup final still to come against West Ham United U18s.
It’s a competition Arsenal haven’t won in 14 years. The last time the young Guns lifted the trophy was in 2009 where Jack Wilshere was the star in midfield that day.
From player to Arsenal U18s coach, he will now lead his young side out to a final in his first season as a manger on the 25th April.
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The club as a whole, Arsenal are having one of their best ever seasons with a month left to play, however the next month will decide whether it’s a season that will go down in the history books forever, or whether it will just be another season.
Arsenal Women take on Manchester United Women on Wednesday night before their semi-final first leg against Wolfsburg Women on the 23rd April.
Arsenal Women recently beat Manchester City Women which gave them a boost in the title race and the men’s side will have to produce something similar next week if they want to beat Pep Guardiola’s side to the Premier League title.
It’s crunch time with the pressure mounting but if Arsenal can ride the wave and withstand the pressure then it could go down as one of the best season’s in the clubs history…