The stadium that is located in Highbury is Arsenal Stadium, a football stadium in Highbury, North London in England. It was the home of the Arsenal Football Club from 1913--2006.
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Highbury is owned by Arsenal.
Arsenal's old stadium was Highbury.
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Arsenal F.C. played at Highbury Stadium between September 6, 1913 and May 7, 2006. The ground was originally built on a part of a college's recreational ground, in 1913.
in May 2006, Arsenal played their last ever match in the historic Highbury stadium. Next season, they will move into the newly build Emirates Stadium. It was called Highbury although they are moving to Emirates Stadium
Arsenal has had 2 stadiums, Highbury Stadium and Emirates Stadium
No! of course not,that was the name of their stadium.
Arsenal Football Club have played there since they moved from Highbury
The current maximum attendance at Craven Cottage is 22,200. The record attendance was 49,335 for a match against Millwall in October 1938.
Liverpool's last away win at Arsenal was the 0-1 victory at Highbury in the Premier League on 13-Feb-2000.
Highbury = Nickname due to location. Arsenal stadium was the correct name.