All For London
John Norman Haynes played 18 years at Fulham FC. You will find his statue outside Craven Cottage, Fulham Road.
Played for Charlton Athletic 1934-1956 and was said to be "the finest goalkeeper never to play for England". This nine-foot statue stands outside the Valley.
The icon, which is located outside the Clock End, to the south of Emirates Stadium, commemorates a Club legend who enjoyed an 11-year career in north London playing for Arsenal.
Martin Peters, Geoff Hurst, Bobby More and Ray Wilson, is a bronze statue dedicated to the victory in the 1966 World Cup Final.
Boleyn Ground, Upton Park.
Thierry Henry broke down in tears at the unveiling of a statue of himself outside the Emirates Stadium to celebrate Arsenal's 125 years.
This statue recreates the iconic pose adopted by Adams after scoring the final goal in a 4-0 win against Everton on May 3rd, 1998 to clinch the League title.
The statue is located at the new Wembley stadium looking down Wembley Way. Unveiled in 2007 by Sir Bobby Charlton.
Arsenal manager between 1925 and 1934. Chapman’s team won the league four times in five years.