Tony Attwood Website


Tony Attwood is known to be a passionate supporter of Arsenal FC, following the family tradition started by his grandfather.  He is a season ticket holder, writer and broadcaster on the subject of Arsenal.

Tony work in relation to Arsenal divides into three areas: Blogs, Books and the Arsenal History Society.


Tony publishes Untold Arsenal (, a blog that is regularly listed as the most read of all independent football blogs, and which gets between 500,000 and 1 million page views a month (depending on the time of year).

He also publishes the Arsenal History blog (


In terms of books Tony as written two Arsenal books (Making the Arsenal and Woolwich Arsenal, the club that changed football – the latter co-written with Andy Kelly and Mark Andrews).

He was also a contributor to “Arsenal Til I Die” published by Arsenal in the Community.

In addition he is involved in writing a series of booklets on Arsenal’s history which are being published at the rate of one or two a year by Arsenal Independent Supporters Association

Forthcoming book titles.

  • Arsenal: The Chronology
  • Arsenal: Manager by Manager

AISA Arsenal History Society

Tony is a Committee Member of Arsenal Independent Supporters Association and chair of the AISA Arsenal History Society.

Arsenal programme

For the 2011/12 season Tony wrote a series of one page articles in the official programme under the heading Arsenal Uncovered.

For the 2013/14 season Tony is co-writing a series of articles under the heading History Lessons.