Arsenal FC – Bournemouth FC Rivalry

Arsenal FC – Bournemouth FC Rivalry

May 4, 2024 0 By Fasholu Gabriel Oluwatobi

Arsenal and Bournemouth have played two games against each other in the 2022-23 season.

Arsenal won the first game 3-2 at home and the second game 2-0 away.

Arsenal and Bournemouth will play each other again on May 4, 2024, at the Emirates Stadium in London.

Arsenal is currently ranked first, while Bournemouth is ranked 10th.

Arsenal F.C. – Bournemouth F.C. Statistics

Here are some statistics about the Arsenal F.C. vs Bournemouth F.C. rivalry:

  • Arsenal has 5 wins while Bournemouth has 1 win.
  • There has been 1 draw between the two teams.
  • Arsenal has scored 14 goals against Bournemouth while Bournemouth has scored 3 goals against Arsenal.
  • Arsenal’s highest score against Bournemouth is 5-1 while Bournemouth’s highest score against Arsenal is 1-5.

About Arsenal Football Club

Arsenal Football Club is a professional football team based in Holloway, North London.

Arsenal competes in the Premier League, which is the top flight of English football.

The team’s home stadium is the Emirates Stadium.

Major Honors

Arsenal F.C. has won 48 major trophies in their history. Their major honors include:

  • 13 Premier League titles
  • 14 FA Cup titles
  • 2 EFL Cup titles
  • 1 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup title
  • 14 Community Shield titles
  • 1 Cup Winners Cup title
  • 6 Emirates Cup titles

About AFC Bournemouth

Bournemouth Football Club is an English football team currently playing in the Wessex League Premier Division, in the ninth tier of the English football league system.

The club was founded as Bournemouth Rovers on September 11, 1875, and its nickname is “The Poppies“.

Bournemouth play their games at Victoria Park, Namu Road, in Bournemouth.

Major Honours AFC Bournemouth

Here are some of the major honors won by AFC Bournemouth:

  • Football League Trophy (Winner): 1983-84
  • League Division Three (Champion): 1986-87
  • League Championship (Champion): 2014-15
  • English 2nd tier champion: 2014-15
  • English 3rd tier champion: 1986-87
  • Associate Members’ Cup (Winner): 1984
  • Third Division (South) Cup (Winner): 1946

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