Arsenal Invincibles Gold Premier League Players – Staff Winners Trophy 2003 – 2004 Season

Arsenal Invincibles gold Premier League players winners trophy

Gold Premier League trophy as received by the Arsenal players and staff after winning the 2003 – 2004 Premier League and going the whole season unbeaten

Each player received a special commissioned gold trophy to celebrate this amazing achievement something which no club has ever done before or since

Trophy measures – 29cm top – bottom

The Invincibles is the name given to the Arsenal team which won the 2003-04 Premier League. The reason for the nickname is that they went unbeaten in their 38 league matches. They won 26 games and drew 12.

Arsenal usually lined up in a 4-4-2 formation, though it could also be labelled a 4-2-3-1 due to the way Dennis Bergkamp dropped into the ‘No.10’ position between midfield and attack.

The team is mostly remembered for its attacking genius. Thierry Henry was at the peak of his powers and finished second in the Ballon d’Or voting in 2003 and fourth in 2004, and while Bergkamp was nearing the end of his career he had not lost his brilliant movement or vision.

Left winger Robert Pires provided a secondary source of goals, netting 14 in the league, while Patrick Vieira was both the heart and brain of the team from central midfield. On the right, Freddie Ljungberg was a ferocious box-to-box player who raised his game for the big occasion.

What is not mentioned as often – particularly when comparing the Invincibles to today’s Arsenal team – was that the Gunners were also outstanding defensively, conceding just 26 goals. Sol Campbell and Kolo Toure were a brilliant mix of athleticism and intelligence at centre-back, Jens Lehmann brought international class in goal and Ashley Cole and Lauren were a dynamic full-back pairing.

It was not just the quality of the personnel, however, but also the way they set up. Arsenal were more like Atletico Madrid than Barcelona, with both Gilberto Silva and Vieira tasked with shielding the defence and Cole and Lauren not allowing their desire to attack and overlap compromise their duties in their own half. Pires and Ljungberg did not hang around high up the field but were expected to track back and turn the ball over.

That commitment to defending made Arsenal an even better team going forward than their talent alone would suggest, because they were able to absorb pressure in their own half before launching lethal counter-attacks led by Henry.

Celtic SPL Winners Medal 2016 – 2017 Season



Lauren Match Worn Arsenal Shirt 2003 – 2004 Invincible Season

Incredibly rare Lauren match worn Arsenal shirt

Shirt match worn by Lauren during the 2003 – 2004 Invincible season with Arsenal football club

Lauren was a key player during the 2003 – 2004 season with Arsenal and also made one of the most apperances for the club 47 in total in league and cup matches during the Invincible season

Shirt is the correct size for Lauren and has all the correct labels and tags inside and out which is different to that of the retail version shirt and issued directly to the club – player for match use

Shirt has correct name and number material set complete with premier league markings and patches from this season

Shirt remains in good condition with small signs of wear and use still visible

Amazing and historic item worn during the greatest season in the clubs history

Musuem example item

Scott Brown Invincible Season Signed Celtic Shirt & Medal Display 2016 – 2017

Scott Brown Hand Signed Celtic Shirt From the Invincible Season 2016/17

Comes with Scottish premier league winners medal as received by Scott and
the rest of the Celtic players and staff

All comes in large display case which can be wall mounted

Display Measures – 27 X 20 X 7 INCHES

Please Note This is Not Scott’s Worn Shirt or His Medal That He Received

Comes With a Certificate of Authenticity

The Invincibles