If you’re a Gooner – Arsenal fan, for the uninitiated – the documentary All or Nothing: Arsenal will be essential to watch. From the unexpected departure of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to the Gunners’ failed qualification, explore everything about Arsenal Football Club in the 2021-22 season. It has players like Mikel Arteta, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Folarin Balogun, among others.
The series, which will stream on Amazon Prime Video from August 4th, is the latest in a series of ‘All or Nothing’ releases that also took a behind-the-scenes look at Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur and Juventus’ seasons. The All or Nothing series, owned by the Amazon Prime Video platform, also analyzed NFL teams like Arizona Cardinals, Dallas Cowboys, Carolina Panthers, Philadelphia Eagles, Los Angeles Rams, New Zealand national rugby team, Toronto ice hockey team Maple Leafs and the Brazilian Soccer Team.
Arsenal’s ups and downs season
EXCLUSIVE CLIP The atmosphere at Anfield can be intense 🔥So Mikel Arteta prepares his players by singing You’ll Never Walk Alone during practice 🎶 #AONArsenal pic.twitter.com/CjBQ3Lsn3TAugust 2, 2022
As well as capturing the ups and downs of life at Emirates Stadium and Arsenal Training Centre, All or Nothing cameras followed the Arsenal team off the pitch to examine the daily challenges faced by top sportsmen throughout a demanding schedule of highs. – pressure competition. The series, produced during the pandemic, brings a behind-the-scenes look at the club and the players.
The 2021-22 season was one of the most tumultuous in Arsenal’s history. Managed by Mikel Arteta in its second full season, Arsenal were the youngest team in the Premier League with an average starting age of 24 years and 308 days. With three straight defeats to open theirs, Arsenal languished in 20th position on the points table.
They sort of came together, and after a roller coaster full of exciting ups and downs, the team ended the Premier League season in fifth place with 22 wins, 3 draws and 13 losses. Arsenal have qualified for the next edition of the UEFA Europa League. Much focus will be on Mikel Arteta’s mixed relationship with club captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Prime members will be able to watch the series anywhere, anytime on the Prime Video app for smart TVs, mobile devices, Fire TV, Fire TV stick, Fire tablets, Apple TV, etc. In the Prime Video app, Prime members can download episodes to their mobile and tablet devices and watch anywhere offline at no additional cost. Prime Video is available in India at no extra cost with Prime membership, new customers can find out more at www.amazon.in/prime.