Today marks the day an almost unbeatable Premier League record was set Today marks the day an almost unbeatable Premier League record was set
Wolves have become the first Premier League team to install barrier seating at their stadium Chris Coleman has been sacked by... Today marks the day an almost unbeatable Premier League record was set
Wolves have become the first Premier League team to install barrier seating at their stadium
Chris Coleman has been sacked by Hebei China Fortune

Today marks the day that Arsené Wenger’s men did the impossible and finished a Premier League season unbeaten.

The record was set in the 2003/04 season when Arsenal went an incredible 38 games unbeaten in the league to clinch the Premier League title.

Wenger’s men picked up 26 wins and 12 draws in the record breaking season, which has yet to be broken.

Arsenal Invincibles celebrating their record victory.

In English football, “The Invincibles” is a nickname that has been used to refer to the Preston North End team of the 1888–89 season, managed by William Sudell, and the Arsenal team of the 2003–04 season managed by Arsène Wenger.

Preston North End earned the nickname after completing an entire season undefeated in league and cup competition (27 games), while Arsenal were undefeated in the league only (38 games).

Arsene Wenger with the Premier League unbeaten trophy presented to Arsenal in 2003/04.

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 making them “The Invincibles” of the Premier League.

Wolves have become the first Premier League team to install barrier seating at their stadium
Chris Coleman has been sacked by Hebei China Fortune