The rivalry between Arsenal and Liverpool takes several seasons of the premier league, going back to its beginnings in the sixties in Anfield, of 1964/1965 championships years; although in those times it did not have the name of premier league but the FA CUP.
Arsenal was founded in 1886 in south-east London by workers at the Royal Arsenal armament factory in Woolwich. In 1983 it became the first South England team to join the football league. They won their first titles, five leagues and two FA Cups in the 1930s. After a period of scarcity in the years after World War II, it became the second club of the 20th century to win the double, League and the FA Cup of the season 1970-1971.
For its part, Liverpool was founded on June 3rd, 1892 and the following year joined the football league. Its founder is John Houlding. He was a founding member of the Premier League in 1992 and the G-14 group. In the 1983-84 season, Liverpool won the league, the League Cup and the European Cup, which meant the first time an English team won three titles in a season. 16 in 1985, the team returned to reaching the final of the European Cup against Juventus at the Heysel Stadium in Brussels.
The Gunners and Reds have faced 218 chances, favoring Liverpool with 83 wins and 305 goals, with 78 victories and 281 Arsenal scores.
In the League have been played 89 games at Arsenal home, favoring the locals in 40 occasions and only 19 visitors triumph. In these occasions, it has been possible to notice the great fans these teams have since the sale of tickets at the stadium and via online has exceeded the expectations, reaching the point of being a sold out event.
Arsenal have been League Champion 13 times, the most recent being in the 2003-2004 season. Liverpool are one of the most winning teams in England with 18 Titles. However, they have not won since the 1989-1990 season. Thierry Henry is the top scorer in Gunners history with 176 goals in 258 games. Ian Rush has a difficult record to match with the Reds, in 468 games, Welsh scored 229 times.
April 4, 2015 was one of their most recent matches. The Gunners thrashed 4-1 to the Reds, with goals from Bellerin, Özil, Alexis and Giroud. Jordan Henderson took the lead from eleven minutes. The next game was on August 14, 2016 winning Liverpool with a one-goal lead over Arsenal, giving the final result of 4-3. The closest match will be on March 4, 2017, where there is a great expectation for the purchase of tickets, and we will wait for the results of the game.