All or Nothing: Arsenal

All or Nothing: Arsenal is set to put the club under the microscope like never before, with fans and neutrals alike desperate for a taste of the new series.

The full trailer has been released and it looks full of drama with the cameras rolling throughout the 2021/22 season, capturing warts-and-all footage from around the training ground, Emirates Stadium, on the road and in players’ homes.

Expect plenty of drama bubbling up in every episode because, after all, this is Arsenal Football Club we’re talking about here. Drama is their currency.

Gunners boss Mikel Arteta takes a lead role in the new trailer and can be expected to feature as the most prominent character in the new series, launching exclusively on Amazon Prime Video very soon.

Fans across the globe will begin to speculate even more intensely over what exactly will make the cut in the final documentary series, with more than enough action to filter into it. has rounded up everything there is to know about All or Nothing: Arsenal, including the brand new final trailer for the series.

All or Nothing: Arsenal release date

All or Nothing: Arsenal will be released on Thursday 4th August 2022 exclusively on Amazon Prime Video.

Previous editions of the All or Nothing brand following Manchester City and Tottenham launched in late-August 2018 and late-August 2020 respectively, so we’re getting it a little earlier this year, ahead of the 2022/23 season.

How to watch All or Nothing: Arsenal

You will be able to watch the documentary on Amazon Prime Video.

If you do decide to sign up, Amazon offers a 30-day free trial which also means you can watch All or Nothing: Juventus and upcoming documentaries such as Rooney, as well as some Premier League matches in December.

Afterwards, a subscription costs £7.99 a month and offers free next day delivery on thousands of items, as well as the Amazon Prime Video library.

What is included in the All or Nothing: Arsenal documentary?

The series is likely to start with a look at Arteta, who was under pressure to begin the campaign, and pre-season build-up. It remains to be seen whether mentions of the European Super League and subsequent fan unrest will make it into the series.

The first episodes are unlikely to be happy affairs as Arsenal kicked off the season in dire form. They lost their opening three matches and sat bottom of the Premier League table before clicking into gear.

Since then, Arsenal solidified in defence, young guns Bukayo Saka and Emile Smith Rowe flourished, and the Gunners thrashed north London rivals Tottenham in their first meeting of the campaign.

Optimism continued to grow throughout the season until the final three games of 2021/22. The Gunners lost 3-0 to Tottenham and 2-0 to Newcastle and consequently gave up their place in the Champions League… to Spurs.

That’s how the season went, but the trailer below has teased a major plot point we’re yet to discuss.

All or Nothing: Arsenal trailer

The final major trailer has landed for All or Nothing: Arsenal and it has teased a few storylines we can’t wait to see play out all over again.

One of the main bombshell moments of the trailer sees Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang stripped of the Arsenal captaincy due to disciplinary issues. He was a fan-favourite player at the Emirates before falling out of favour and being sold to Barcelona.

We also see plenty of Alexandre Lacazette in the trailer, who has now departed Arsenal, but looks set to be a popular figure in the documentary.

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