Together: the story of Arsenal’s unbeaten season

When Arsene Wenger said he wanted his team to go through a season undefeated, he was roundly mocked, yet just over 12 months later the Arsenal manager guided his team to footballing immortality.

The Gunners’ 2003-2004 campaign was extraordinary, and not just because of their remarkable league achievement.

From the highs and lows of Europe, to disciplinary charges, pitched battles, the frantic scramble to finance a new stadium, a club record transfer deal in January, and winning the title at the ground of the old enemy, this special collector’s edition book looks back on everything that happened during an unforgettable campaign.

Match reports, behind the scenes stories, exclusive interviews and illustrations, stats, tactics, pictures; all the things you know, and lots of stuff you’ve forgotten. Together: tells the story of Arsenal’s ‘unbeaten’ season.


Collector’s edition hardback

(limited edition) – full colour, glossy paper, high quality finish. Each book comes with a set of 24 fantastic illustrated postcards featuring the 2003-04 squad and manager – €25

Order here

The hardback will only be available to order via It will not be available through regular bookshops. It is available behind the bar at The Tollington, close to the stadium.


(ebook format, reflowable/full colour depending on your device )

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“The quality of the print is MAGNIFICENT” – @misiek_86

“A fantastic account of a fantastic season, the kind of which we are unlikely to ever witness again” – Daz88

“what a season that was. arguably the greatest achievement by a modern club side, the team just did not know how to lose. andrew mangan is great writer and his daily blog is always a good read, this book is no different.” – T R Gale

“Thoroughly enjoyable recounting of all the major incidents. A well worthy addition to any fan’s collection.” – CC James