Arsenal used to be one of the best teams in the English Premier League, often challenging for the League title, FA Cup, and a UEFA Champions League position. The North London club’s 2003–04 winning season is considered one of the most storied in the league as they won the title without losing a single game.
However, since Arsène Wenger retirement in 2018, the team has been through three different managers and has failed to qualify got the Champions League since. Nowadays, betting on the next Arsenal manager odds is better than betting on the team to win the league.
But it hasn’t been all doom and gloom. Betting on Arsenal odds to win the FA Cup has been pretty fruitful for some. And former player, now-manager Mikel Arteta seems to be moving the team in the right direction. So, it looks like there may be a chance to win big on Arsenal odds soon.
If you would like to find out more about betting on Arsenal, stick around. Below we go through all you need to bet on the team this season, including:
- The team’s odds to win the Premier League
- The team’s odds to win the FA Cup
- And the odds on the team’s next manager.
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Arsenal hasn’t been playing very well in recent years. Last season, they finished 8th in the league and barely qualified for the UEFA Europa League. Thus, Arsenal to finish top 3 odds have been questionable, never mind winning the league.
But things are looking up for the team. Although it is early on in the season, they have started on winning form, with wins against Fulham and West Ham. So, sports betting sites have looked slightly favorably upon them.
They are currently thought to be the fifth most likely team to win the Premier League this season. This has given them long odds, which could prove to be very rewarding should they win. But we think the safer and more rational bet would be to focus on a top four bet.
Arsenal is coming off an FA Cup victory. It is their fourth Cup title in the last seven seasons, which is a pretty good record. The last time the team won the FA Cup back-to-back was in the 2013-2014 and 2014-2015 seasons. Although it was relatively recent, the team has undergone many changes since that period.
Overall, a future on Arsenal to win the FA Cup isn’t a bad idea. The team has average odds that should payout well if they win. In the last decade, the FA Cup has been won by a “top six” team nine out of ten times.
However, that said, be wary of making futures on the FA Cup. The tournament is renowned for giant killings, even if bigger teams usually lift the trophy. One needs to look at some of the finals of the last few years to see this:
|Season||Final Winner||Score||Final Loser|
|2010–11||Manchester City||1–0||Stoke City|
|2012–13||Wigan Athletic||1–0||Manchester City|
|2015–16||Manchester United||2–1||Crystal Palace|
Be aware that any team can knock out another and at any stage of the tournament. Usually, smaller teams need to scrape a handful of good results to get through, making the tournament exciting to watch, but difficult to bet on.
If you manage a historically successful team in the Premier League, your job is always on the line. It used to be that Manchester United, Arsenal, and Everton were the only teams committed to a long-term manager. Nowadays, not even this is true.
Since Wenger retired in 2018, Arsenal has had three managers Unai Emery, Freddie Ljungberg, and Mikel Arteta. Although Emery and Ljungberg both had disappointing runs, Arteta seems to be on track to return the team to the Champions League, having picked up FA Cup and Community Shield victories already.
So, we wouldn’t be too quick to place a bet on Arsenal to be the next team in the league to fire their manager or look for a new one.
Arsenal is one of the most successful teams in England. Overall, the team has won about 47 major titles, including
- 13 Premier League titles (the most recent was in 2003-04)
- 14 FA Cup titles (the most recent was in 2019-20)
- 2 League Cup titles (the most recent was in 1992-93)
- UEFA Cup Winner’s Cup (the tournament disbanded in 1999)
- Inter-Cities Fairs Cup (the tournament dissolved in 1971)
Mikel Arteta is the current Arsenal manager. The former Arsenal player was appointed in December 2019.
Arsenal Football Club is owned by Arsenal Holdings Limited. The primary shareholder of Arsenal Holdings Limited is Stan Kroenke, who also owns the NFL’s Los Angeles Rams, the NBA’s Denver Nuggets, and the NHL’s Colorado Avalanche.
Arsenal FC is estimated to be worth $993 million.
Arsenal has won five major trophies in the last 10 years. They have four FA Cup titles and one Community Shield victory. Two of these victories came in the most recent season.
Arsenal has only been relegated to a lower English football division once in 1913. They soon made it back to the top division and became one of the most successful clubs in the United Kingdom.
Manchester United put an end to Arsenal’s 49-game unbeaten streak in 2004 in what proved to be a very controversial game. Wayne Rooney and Ruud Van Nistelrooy scored in the last 20 minutes of the game to give United the 2-0 win.
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