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Arsenal celebrates Highbury Square opening

Highbury Square

Highbury Square

After 93 years Arsenal moved to Highbury as their football stadium in 1913, Arsenal found its new Home at Ashburton Grove in 2006-07, named as The Emirates Stadium. And at Highbury, the project was initiated to convert the former Arsenal home into 650 high specification one, two and three bedroom apartments and penthouses, with the development being named ‘Highbury Square’.

Today, Arsène Wenger, together with Club Directors and players from Arsenal’s past and present, celebrated the official opening of the Highbury Square. Over 100 invited guests, including current players Robin van Persie and Gael Clichy, together with Arsenal Legends including George Graham, David O’Leary, Frank McLintock, Arthur Shaw, Bob Wilson, John Radford, Eddie Kelly, Kenny Sansom, Perry Groves and Martin Keown, attended the ceremony.

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