Arsene Wenger retired in 2018 as one of the greatest managers in the history of English football.
In the 22 years he spent as Arsenal coach, he lifted three Premier Leagues titles, seven FA Cups, and seven Charity/Community Shields.
Away from his successes, he is also attributed for revolutionizing English football, using the principles he learned on the continent to help bring the sport on these shores into the 21st century.
In celebration of his time at the club, Noah Media have now announced details of a new documentary on the Frenchman. They have previously released critically-acclaimed documentaries around other legends of the game Bobby Robson and Jack Charlton.
The documentary will be released in select theatres, while details of how to watch it on your TV can be found below.
How to watch Arsene Wenger: Invincible
The documentary is officially released later this week on Thursday, November 11 .
Early screenings will take place at Picturehouse Cinemas in both Finsbury Park and Hackney. Details on how to get tickets to the screenings can be found here.
A DVD of the film is set to be made available from Monday, November 22. It will also be able to be streamed from Amazon Prime, Apple TV, and Sky. Pre-orders can also already be made now.
You can sign up for an Amazon Prime free trial here. Elsewhere, Sky TV packages can be found here. Access to Arsene Wenger: Invincible will, however, require an additional cost.
As the title of the documentary suggests, much of the film concentrates on Arsenal’s undefeated season in 2003-2004.
Arsenal became only the second side in English football history to do so, following Preston North End’s undefeated season in 1888-89
The Gunners encountered one or two scares along the way of course – most notably Ruud van Nistelrooy’s last-minute penalty miss at Old Trafford just matches into the campaign.
In May 2018, Wenger was gifted a special gold version of the Premier League trophy to commemorate the success.
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