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Gunners Forever

Defender Thomas Vermaelen hails from Belgium as a center and left back. He's recognized (and at times feared) for his aerial skills, quickness with the ball, and the fact that he does not hesitate to score as a defender Vermaelen came to Arsenal in 2009. He was named as a vice captain during the 2011-2012 campaign. Vermaelen started his senior career with Ajax in 2003, and was loaned to RKC Waalwijk for a season.

Whether watching the Gunners kicking it live at Emirates Stadium or catching the action on TV, we are Gooners through and through.

Arsenal returns to its traditional team badge in 2012 from the 125th anniversary badge they wore during the 11/12 season.

The red jersey has the traditional look with white sleeves. New for 2012, Arsenal's home jersey has a blue crewneck collar and blue details on the cuffs. The white sleeves and blue details pay tribute to the kits Arsenal wore in the 1930s under legendary manager Herbert Chapman. There is also a detail on the back collar that honors Chapman's revolutionary WM formation and Arsenal's motto Victoria, Concordia, Crescit, which means Victory through Harmony.

Embroidered Arsenal team badge and Nike logo are on the front along with a screened sponsor design.

Moisture wicking, vented jersey with Dri-FIT technology. 100% recycled polyester.


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Rules of the Game: According to FIFA, goalposts and crossbars must always be painted white. Soccer was first played as an official Olympic competition in 1908. Great Britain won the Gold that year. Uruguay beat Argentina to win the first World Cup in 1930 in front of a crowd of 93,000 people. The most prolific goal-scorer in the North American Soccer League was Italian Giorgio Chinaglia of the New York Cosmos: 242 goals in 254 games. Substitutions were allowed for the first time in the 1970 World Cup.