Proposed opening of Emirates Stadium. Commencement of redevelopment on Arsenal Stadium, Highbury N5.
First ball kicked at Emirates Stadium. Topping Out Ceremony.
Construction reaches half way stage.
South and north halves of the roof structure joined.
Club reveals the 'Arsenal Seat'
Reservation Centre officially opened.
North roof trusses lifted into place.
Club launches Club Level.
Time Capsule placed at Emirates Stadium.
New stadium officially named Emirates Stadium.
Launch of South Bridge.
Construction of Waste and Recycling Centre completed.
Launch of North Bridge.
Club announces completion of funding for the stadium project and construction work begins at the new stadium site.
Due to the complexity of the project, a number of delays occurred. These issues resulted in the Club announcing a delay in the completion of the new stadium from August 2005 to August 2006.
Following the dismissal of their case by Mr. Justice Ouseley in the High Court, the two Islington residents took their challenge to the validity of the New Stadium Project to the Court of Appeal. The arguments which they put forward in the Court of Appeal were also dismissed.
Construction work commenced on Waste and Recycling Centre, Hornsey Street.
Demolition work commenced on the Lough Road phase of the project, which will provide major regeneration to the area.
Two Islington residents had their appeal challenging validity of New Stadium project dismissed by the High Court.
The Section 106 Agreement was signed with the London Borough of Islington, securing the planning consent.
The Secretary of State decided not to call-in proposals for the stadium project.
Mayor of London, Ken Livingstone confirmed not to direct refusal of the applications.
Islington Council resolved to grant planning permission for Arsenal Stadium, Lough Road and Ashburton Grove planning applications and listed building consent for Arsenal Stadium. The applications were referred to the Mayor and Secretary of State.
Results of public consultation showed that 75% of Islington residents were in favour of the project.
Planning application submitted to Islington Council. Plans of New Stadium project unveiled to the public.
Draft planning brief for the Ashburton Grove area was approved for public consultation purposes by Islington Council Development Control Committee.
Club announced proposals to move to new stadium, situated at Ashburton Grove, London N7.
6 September 1913
As Woolwich Arsenal, the Club played first match at Arsenal Stadium, Highbury, a 2-1 Division Two victory over Leicester Fosse. Later in 1913, the Club was renamed Arsenal Football Club.
Club turned professional and changed name to Woolwich Arsenal.
Club changed name to Royal Arsenal.
A group of workers at the Woolwich Arsenal Armament Factory held a meeting at the Prince of Wales pub in Plumstead, south London. Arsenal Football Club, as it known as today was formed, originally known as Dial Square FC.