Arsenal Legends Tour Names and Dates Revealed
Updated: Mar 3, 2022
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**The ARSENAL LEGENDS tour returns in 2022 with brand new dates in Northampton and Herts**
These events will give you the chance to meet and greet the legends, get photographs, buy memorabilia and hear stories from their incredible careers, even have the opportunity to ask your own questions to theLegends
Check out what happened at the last date on the tour in this video on our YouTube Channel
SEE WHICH LEGENDS HAVE BEEN ON THE TOUR ALREADY HERE (In Alphabetical Order)
We are constantly working with the legends to bring new names onto the tour
1. Viv Anderson
Arsenal 1984 – 1987
One of England’s finest ever defenders, it was only natural that Viv Anderson would play for Arsenal. Highly decorated as part of Brian Clough’s Miracle Men at Nottingham Forest with 9 trophies between 1976 and 1980. Viv Anderson arrived at Arsenal as an established footballer for both club and country. A true icon and trailblazer in English football history
2. Kevin Campbell
Arsenal 1985 – 1995
Starting his career as a school boy with Arsenal in 1985 before advancing to the senior team in 88, Kevin Campbell is one of the clubs most prolific strikers. As a member of the youth team he once scored 59 goals in a single season and helped the team win the 1988 FA youth Cup. Despite the tough competition for the strikers role against other legends such as Merson, Smith and Wright Campbell ended his Gunners career with a First Division title, FA Cup, League Cup, Charity Shield and European Cup Winners Cup
3. Paul Davis
Arsenal 1980 - 1995
Davis is an all time Arsenal legend - with 447 appearances over his 15 year career in North London. Highly decorated for the Gunners he has 2 First Division titles, an FA Cup, 2 League Cups, European Cup Winners Cup and the Charity Shield to his name. A dynamic midfielder who was a vital part of the success of Arsenal FC in the 1980s and 1990s
3. Perry Groves
Arsenal 1986 - 1992
The winner of the First Division 1989 and 1991 and the Football League Cup 1987. A cult hero at Arsenal, nephew of former captain Vic Groves. Groves is now a highly popular pundit and has been featured on Sky Sports, BBC 5 Live, TALKsport and BT Sport.
We all live in a Perry Groves World!
4. John Lukic
Arsenal 1983 - 1990 / 1996 - 2001
Fan Favourite Goalkeeper John Lukic loved Arsenal so much he went back!
A legend of the 1989 League 1 victory, John Lukic made nearly 300 appearances for the Gunners as one of the clubs understated great goalies
5. Paul Merson
Arsenal 1985 - 1997
The Magic Man is possibly one of the most under appreciated natural talents in English football. Winner of the the First Division 1989 and 1991, FA Cup 1993 and EFL Cup 1993. Merson scored 78 goals for The Gunners in his career and was voted the 26th greatest Arsenal Player of all time.
Since retirement Merse has become an established face on Sky Sports Soccer Saturday and entertains the nation on a weekly basis
5. Charlie Nicholas
Arsenal 1983 - 1988
Winner of the Football League Cup 1987 - having scored both the goals in the 2 - 1 defeat of Liverpool.
'Champagne' Charlie was the highest paid footballer in Britain at the time of his signing and considered "the most exciting player to emerge in Britain to George Best" - Nicholas certainly lived up to the comparison on and off the pitch!
Since retirement Nicholas was a regular face on Sky Sports Soccer Saturday until 2020
7. Ray Parlour
Arsenal 1992 - 2004
'Its only Ray Parlour'
An Arsenal Legend having spent time with the club in the youth team (starting in 1989) and graduating into the first team, where he spent most of his career. The Romford Pele won 3 Premier League titles, 4 FA Cups and the UEFA Cup Winners Cup during his time with the Gunners.
Parlour, like Merson, is one of English Footballs under appreciated players
8. Nigel Winterburn
Arsenal 1987 - 2000
One of the legendary Arsenal defenders of the 1990s who helped George Graham's team win the first division in 1989 and 1991 with a highly celebrated, defensive style of play.
Winterburn stayed with the Gunners until the turn of the millenium and won the 1998 Premier League and FA Cup double under Arsene Wenger.
A legend in different eras with Arsenal FC
9. Tony Woodcock
Arsenal 1982 - 1986
Classy Striker from the late 70s and early 80s. Woodcock was an establish England regular who had won the European Cup with Brian Clough at Nottingham Forest in 1979 before signing for Koln.
Woody’s Arsenal career continued to prove he was one of the finest strikers in the country – becoming Arsenal’s top goalscorer for 3 seasons in a row (including 21 in 1983/84) and famously scoring 5 against Villa in one match. He left the club with 68 goals in 169 matches
Having these legendary players together promises to be an evening of fun and laughter - with all four of them as famous for their off-pitch antics as much as their footballing skills and success, which will certainly come up in their stories!
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