Online touts are cashing in on Arsenal's FA Cup final clash against Aston Villa this weekend - with a pair of tickets on one website up for sale for £21,230.
It's illegal to tout tickets online in England and Wales. But the law does not apply to other parts of the UK. The normal face value of tickets ranges between £50 and £120.
After failing to get his hands on any tickets for Arsenal fans for the FA Cup final, one unlucky supporter appealed for Royal assistance.Read the full story ›
Chelsea play Arsenal this weekend. But the fixture could be seen as Jose Mourinho versus Arsene Wenger, writes Rags Martel.Read the full story ›
A man is due to appear in court accused of flying drones over a number of locations including packed football grounds.
Nigel Wilson from Nottingham is accused of flying a "small unmanned surveillance aircraft" at Arsenal's Emirates Stadium and at Anfield.
A 15-year-old boy has been arrested by police investigating an alleged racist tweet aimed at Arsenal striker Danny Welbeck. The teenager was held and questioned on suspicion of racial abuse following the posting of a message on Twitter after Welbeck scored the winner to knock his former club Manchester United out of the FA Cup on March 9.
A 15-year-old male from the Salisbury area was arrested on the evening of March 12 on suspicion of racial abuse. He has been released on police bail until April 13. The investigation is ongoing.
Welbeck joined the gunners for £16m last year.
Wearing the number 15 shirt, Brooklyn showed some of his dad's influence.Read the full story ›
Brooklyn Beckham has posed alongside his team mates in his Arsenal kit. David Beckham's eldest son currently trains at the team's ground at London Colney in Hertfordshire. Brooklyn posted the picture on his Instagram account - with the simple caption of 'Squad'.
Squad @_dasilva98 @parker98_ @nathantella11 @eddienketiah @reissnelson99 @o_moore_ @davidrugz @kwaimarshbrown
The Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has said he thinks the shooting at the offices of French magazine Charlie Hebdo is shocking. At today's press conference, the Frenchman added he hopes his country stays united after the attacks:
A football fan has been charged by police after allegedly confronting Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger after his side lost 2-0 at Southampton.
The arrest came after a supporter was seen running with his arms outstretched in front of Wenger as he sat in the dugout at St Mary's Stadium in yesterday.
25 year old Luke Bryant of Bankhill Drive, Lymington, Hampshire, was arrested and subsequently charged with an offence of going on to an area adjacent to the playing area contrary to the Football (Offences) Act 1991, and is due to appear at Southampton Magistrates' Court on later this month.