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Arsenal Women Football Club is an English professional women’s football club based in Islington, London, England. The club competes in the Women’s Super League, the highest level of women’s football in England.

Vic Akers founded Arsenal in 1987, and went on to become the club’s first, longest-serving, and most successful manager. He led Arsenal to continued success until his departure in 2009, having won the most English Premier League matches in history.

The club holds the record for the most doubles and trebles in the history of English football. Arsenal have also completed a record seven unbeaten league seasons, setting English records for longest unbeaten run in the Premier League, most goals scored, and most points won.

Arsenal is statistically the most successful club in English women’s football, holding the records for most titles won in domestic competitions.

The club has won fifteen league titles, fourteen Women’s FA Cups, five Women’s League Cups, ten Women’s National League Cups, five Women’s FA Community Shields, and is the only English club to have won the UEFA Women’s Champions League.

Additionally, they are the only English club to have won the continental treble while remaining unbeaten in all competitions played during the same season. In the 2006–07 season, the club achieved the continental European sextuple for the first time in women’s football history.

Arsenal Women play the majority of their home games at Meadow Park in Borehamwood, Hertfordshire, which is also the home of Vanarama National League club Boreham Wood.

It has a capacity of 4,500, but the average attendance for league matches is approximately 1,000. Also played here are Arsenal’s home UEFA Women’s Champions League matches. However, due to their affiliation with Arsenal F.C., they are occasionally permitted to play at the Emirates Stadium.