Discussed in this section are three top UK Football teams. There are others in the top ten, and these three are hot on the list.
The Arsenal Gunners have been playing within the top divisions of English football for consecutive seasons through 1919–1920 seasons. Champions of thirteen events, they have gained a unique record throughout the 2003–2004 seasons. They were undefeated throughout the entire season. Arsenal won the coveted ‘double’, which is league and cup winners in the season, three times in 1971, 1998, and 2002.
The team has moved to a brand new venue in the Emirates Stadium in the recent years. The stadium has a 60,000 capacity, and it makes up for a great visit, along with the Arsenal Museum.
The Brentford Football Club is presently playing in the Football League I. The club was founded in 1889 and played home games at Griffin Park, its home court since 1904. The most successful spell of Brentford came in 1930, when it gained consecutive top six finishes throughout the First Division.
Ever since the War, the team spent the majority of its time within the third and fourth tiers for English football. Brentford had been a quarter-finalist for the FA Cup in four events and had been runner-up for the Football League Trophy twice.
Charlton Athletic Addicks have witnessed better days. The halcyon days were set in the 1930s to 1940s. They’ve struggled in the recent years after they’ve been promoted in the Premiere League of 2005 and in the championships of 2008. They are playing on The Valley south of Greenwich, along the River Thames. The club was established in 1905.
Charlton’s most grandiose period was during the 1930s, when the club’s best league finishes were documented with runners-up from the league in 1937 and the club got to the FA Cup Finals twice. It won in 1947.