Arsenal will star in All Or Nothing on Amazon Prime like Tottenham as fans brace themselves for 'peak comedy'
ARSENAL will be the next team covered in Amazon Prime's 'All Or Nothing' series, much to the delight of fans on social media.
The Gunners are the third Premier League club to be filmed by the streaming platform after Manchester City and Tottenham.
Arsenal have confirmed their 2021-22 season will be the subject of a documentary that will be released in late 2022.
The 'All Or Nothing' series will go behind the scenes at the Emirates, filming team meetings, training ground antics and dressing room arguments.
Mark Gonnella, the club's media and communications director, said: "We are looking forward to giving our fans around the world a unique insight into how we work day to day.
"We have one of the biggest global followings in the game and one consistent thing we hear from fans is their desire to see more about what happens behind closed doors at the club.
"All or Nothing will give our fans and sport lovers an opportunity to learn more about what makes Arsenal such a special club, our trophy laden history and our ambitions for future success."
Dan Grabiner, Amazon's head of UK originals, added: "Arsenal is a historic club going through a fascinating period – and we can’t wait to take viewers behind-the-scenes on the journey of this crucial season.
"All or Nothing is about intimate access to the passion and commitment behind elite sport and in Arsenal we have the perfect subject for the next chapter.
"We are looking forward to Prime members around the world experiencing another Premier League season with a new club, through All or Nothing’s signature quality storytelling and access."
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City were the first English club to be covered by the Amazon documentary series after their Premier League title-winning campaign in 2018-19 was filmed.
Arsenal's bitter rivals Tottenham were then covered the following season, which saw the club finish sixth in the Prem under Jose Mourinho.
The Gunners have struggled in recent years, finishing a below-par eighth the last two seasons and not qualifying for the Champions League since 2016.
Most Arsenal fans want to see owner Stan Kroenke leave the club, with tensions growing after the failed European Super League plot in April.
The documentary's announcement has delighted many football fans on social media, with one tweeting: "This is gonna be PEAK comedy right here."
While another wrote: "Can't wait to see Arteta's spankings at half-time."
But a lot of Arsenal supporters are embarrassed by the news, with one writing: "I don't think anyone wanted this."
Another tweeted: "This will be a shambles."
And one supporter wrote: "Can't we just enjoy the Spurs disaster for a few years before we give them some of our banterlicious content?"
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