The crest in the early years included three canons and was influenced by the heraldic arms of the Royal Borough of Greenwich. The club was based in Borough in th early years. In the recent years the Arsenal logo has been modified into a more simplified fashion.
The chronology of the club is down below.
1886 The club was established
1893 The club joins the English league system as Woolwich Arsenal.
1904 First season in the First Division.
1913 The club built the Arsenal Stadium called Highbury Stadium.
1914 The club was renamed to Arsenal.
1925 Herbert Chapman was hired as manager.
1930 Winning their first football assosiation Cup title.
1931 Won the national league champions for the first time.
1933 Famous white sleeves was introduced on the shirts.
1970 Won the first European cup trophy.
1971 Winning their first Double.
1986 The famous Arsenal player George Graham was hired as manager.
1986 The first League Cup title.
1993 The first European Cup Winners’ Cup title.
1996 Arsène Wenger was hired as manager.
1999 Thierry Henry was transferred from Juventus club.
2006 The club move to the new Emirates Stadium with 60.000 seats.