Personalised Arsenal Football Newspaper Book
Our superb Personalised Arsenal Football Newspaper Book is a must have read for any fan of this historic club. This high quality book contains interesting facts about their club’s history, written by reporters who were present at the game at the time.
Starting with coverage of Arsenal’s 2-1 win over Huddersfield in the 1930 FA Cup Final at Wembley, this book charts a glorious history of great games and accomplishments through the decades of the 20th century. Top stories include league and cup wins and the trio of double achievements. European games are also reported including the Cup Winners Cup win in 1994 and reaching the Final in 1995. Read about the signing of Bergkamp in 1995, Henry in 1999 and that amazing unbeaten 2004 season.
All the articles inside the book are printed in black & white on to luxury paper, and produced from original newspapers. The books are always updated with the latest season, and bound by hand by skilled craftsmen in a hardback cover that’s almost tabloid size.
To make this book even more special it’s fully personalised for the recipient. For this we allow for any name on the front cover and you can use 22 characters in total for this. This will be gold embossed for you at no extra charge! Inside the book is a certificate label which is placed on the front page, and on this we print a further 5 lines of message and we allow for 30 characters per line.
A personalised book any Gunners fan would love to add to their memorabilia, a superb Birthday gift for a boyfriend or husband, a fantastic Christmas present for a friend or as a gift for dad on Father’s Day.
38 x 31cm
Points To Note:
Double check your spelling and punctuation please, we cannot be held responsible for your mistakes. Thank you.
Personalised products are made especially for you and are therefore non-refundable, unless the item is faulty.
Please do not include accents and special symbols in your personalisation as some of our processes will not allow them. This includes accents above and below the alphabetical or numerical text.