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How to Show Your Support for Arsenal this Season

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Another season and another astonishing year of football await, and this one is already shaping up to be a wild ride. 

Arsenal fans have perhaps found themselves a glimmer of hope through their recent 1-0 victory over Norwich, but can Mikel Arteta propel the club to a respectable finish? 

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Some may say it is too early to say, but regardless, clubs need their loyal fans to stick by them through the thick and thin. 

If you want to show your support for the Gunners this season, here are a few ways you can help. 

Go to the Games

Boasting one of the largest capacities in all of England, the Emirates Stadium is truly a sight to behold, inside and out. 

You can pick up some Arsenal Tickets for a great price and support them in the most straightforward and time-honored way imaginable by singing your heart out among your fellow Gooners in a stunning part of North London. 

If you happen to be visiting London soon, a trip to the Emirates is well worth checking out. 

Get Active on Social Media

At its best, social media can be a superb source of information and community for soccer fanatics everywhere. At its worst, it is not worth wasting your time on. 

Being part of the solution and sending your support for the players and the club on social media is a good way to get involved with your fellow fans and to never miss out on the action at hand. 

Arsenal FC have a great YouTube channel worth subscribing to, as they regularly share tidbits, insights, and the occasional classic goal from one of the all-time greats

Find a Supporter’s Bar

If you can’t quite manage to catch the Gunners in person, you might still find yourself a great time by discovering a dedicated supporter’s bar. 

This is a great way for you to get involved with your local support while making sure to not miss a single minute of game time. 

Check Out the Merch

A supporter without the merch is an ungainly sight at the best of times, so even just picking up a scarf or a keyring can help give the club a boost. 

Every amount counts, particularly after Arsenal has spent nearly 200 million dollars this transfer window

Plus, wearing your team’s colors is a good way to stand in solidarity with the squad when they need your support the most, no matter where in the world you happen to be. 

Sending a picture of yourself dressed for game day via Arsenal’s social media might also reach the eyes that need to see it. 

Write the Club a Letter

It might seem fiendishly archaic, but you could consider sending a letter to the club to let them know you love and support the team, as this is a wonderful way to add a distinctive personal touch to your communication efforts. 

Whatever you ultimately decide to do, it is worth remembering one of the cardinal rules of being a true supporter: never give up hope. 

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