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Based in Islington, London, Arsenal are the most successful footballing side in England's capital city. Boasting 13 League titles (one of three teams to have league titles in double digits), Arsenal are also the record holders of the most FA Cups, with 13 wins. Arsenal also have won 2 League Cups, and15 FA Community Shields.
As the first football club from South England to join The Football League in 1893, Arsenal have only been relegated once, and remain the longest side to remain in England's top tier division to this day. Arsenal have also won the second-most top flight matches in English footballing history.
Arsenal owes its legacy to Herbert Chapman, the man who won the club its first trophy and led them to dominance in the 1930s, introducing the innovative WM formation, floodlights, and shirt numbers to English football, and even giving Arsenal's footballing jersey's their iconic white sleeves on red. The modern era saw the legendary reign of Arsene Wenger, the longest-serving and most successful manager of the North London side, wining single-handedly a record seven FA Cups and masterminding English football's record unbeaten run of 49 games in the top-flight across 2003 and 2004, earning his title-winning side the iconic and enduring nickname "The Invincibles", a record that still stands today.