1926–27 Arsenal F.C. season

The 1926–27 season was Arsenal’s 8th consecutive season in the top division of English football.

41st season in existence of Arsenal F.C.

Arsenal 1926–27 football season
Arsenal
1926–27 season
Chairman Henry Norris
Manager Herbert Chapman
Stadium Highbury
First Division 11th
FA Cup Finalists

. . . 1926–27 Arsenal F.C. season . . .

Arsenal’s score comes first[1]

Win Draw Loss
Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Scorers
28 August 1926 Derby County H 2–1
1 September 1926 Bolton Wanderers H 2–1
4 September 1926 Sheffield United A 0–4
6 September 1926 Bolton Wanderers A 2–2
11 September 1926 Leicester City H 2–2
15 September 1926 Manchester United A 2–2
18 September 1926 Liverpool H 2–0
25 September 1926 Leeds United A 1–4
2 October 1926 Newcastle United H 2–2
9 October 1926 Burnley A 0–2
16 October 1926 West Ham United H 2–2
23 October 1926 The Wednesday H 6–2
30 October 1926 Everton A 1–3
6 November 1926 Blackburn Rovers H 2–2
13 November 1926 Huddersfield Town A 3–3
20 November 1926 Sunderland H 2–3
27 November 1926 West Bromwich Albion A 3–1
4 December 1926 Bury H 1–0
11 December 1926 Birmingham A 0–0
18 December 1926 Tottenham Hotspur H 2–4
27 December 1926 Cardiff City A 0–2
28 December 1926 Manchester United H 1–0
1 January 1927 Cardiff City H 3–2
15 January 1927 Derby County A 2–0
22 January 1927 Sheffield United H 1–1
5 February 1927 Liverpool A 0–3
10 February 1927 Leicester City A 1–2
12 February 1927 Leeds United H 1–0
26 February 1927 Burnley H 6–2
7 March 1927 West Ham United A 0–7
12 March 1927 The Wednesday A 2–4
19 March 1927 Everton H 1–2
2 April 1927 Huddersfield Town H 0–2
6 April 1927 Newcastle United A 1–6
9 April 1927 Sunderland A 1–5
15 April 1927 Aston Villa H 2–1
16 April 1927 West Bromwich Albion H 4–1
18 April 1927 Aston Villa A 3–2
28 April 1927 Blackburn Rovers A 2–1
30 April 1927 Birmingham H 3–0
4 May 1927 Bury A 2–3
7 May 1927 Tottenham Hotspur A 4–0

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