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  • 1. Arsenal Football Club • Akash Nihalani • SYBMS-A • Roll No – 50 • Public Relations
  • 2. History Of Arsenal Football Club  Arsenal Football Club was born out of community when a group of munitions workers came together in 1886 to form a football team to escape the monotony of factory life which was known asWoolwich Arsenal.  Arsenal Football Club is an English Premier League Football club located in North London. One of the most successful clubs in English football.  "Woolwich" in their name with "The" in April 1914, finally becoming plain "Arsenal" in November 1919,although the press at the time continued to refer to them as "The Arsenal".
  • 3. Financial Crisis  Revenue dropped by £124 million from £380 million to £256 million, but football revenue actually slightly increased by £2 million from £223 million to £225 million, so the fall was entirely due to the expected slow-down in property development, which declined £126 million from £157 million to £30 million.  Stadium debt – 2005
  • 4. Public Relations  April 1912, North London,Titanic.  ‘Boxers v Jockeys’ -The Sportsman’s Aid Society , 1950.
  • 5. Public Relations  Numeracy, Literacy and Language programmes in African countries  Save the children.
  • 6. Public Relations  Be A Gooner, Be A Giver.  Be A Gunner, Be A Runner.  Free training in Asian countries, including India – TataTea “Jaago Re.”
  • 7. Public Relations  Teenage CancerTrust  Twitter - @ArsenalFoundation
  • 8. Conclusion  Arsenal is the fourth most valuable association football club in the world as of 2012, valued at $1.3 billion.  Started with the workers of sugar factory in 1886, now Arsenal are one of the biggest football clubs in the world.  Arsenal ranks 2nd in the world in Public Relations, just behind Barcelona.  In future,Arsenal Football Club will be the richest team in the world as the club has spread it’s contracts across the globe and have paid most of their debts.

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