The Arsenal Gold Premier League trophy

The Arsenal Gold Premier League trophy
Move your mouse over image

$299.00

  • Model: Arsenal Premier
  • Shipping Weight: 3lbs
  • 18 Units in Stock
  • Manufactured by: Trophies Art Inc


Add to Cart:

Trophy Dimensions

  • The Arsenal Gold Premier League trophy stands 30cm highX22cm wideX 13cmdeep.
  • The main body of the trophy is made from solid gold gilt resin with sterling gold color.
  • The semi-precious stone called malachite is used for the plinth.
  • Overall, it weighs 3 kilogram

Description:

Design features of the trophies include the lions and crown, which have been taken from their logo. The Premiership trophy is made from sterling gold and gold gilt, it is on a malachite, gold and gilt plinth. The crown lid is fitted with a bayonet fitting to ensure that it stays on during celebrations!

 

Background:

After Arsenal became the only team to finish a 38-match season unbeaten, the Premier League commissioned a unique gold trophy to commemorate the achievement. Ars?ne Wenger was presented the trophy as a parting gift from the club after his last home game as manager on 6 May 2018. In May 2002, Arsenal beat Manchester United to regain the Premier League and equal Preston's record of not losing an away match all season. In assessing the team's achievement, Tim Rich of The Independent wrote: "Invincibles, they called the last team to go through a season unbeaten away from home, although it is a word which belongs far more to the Arsenal side of 2002 than it ever could to the Preston team of 1888?89." Arsenal manager Ars?ne Wenger wanted his team to push on for more honours and described the defeat of Manchester United as a "shift of power" in English football. The team began the following season in good stead; a 4?1 win against Leeds United in September 2002 meant Arsenal broke the domestic record for scoring in consecutive games (47), and away league games without defeat (22). Such was their effective start to the campaign, Wenger reiterated his belief that Arsenal could remain the whole season undefeated: