Everything in His Arsenal

Thierry Henry considers himself an old school sort. He prefers real leather boots over synthetic. He prefers his mother’s home cooking above all. Known for a calm yet creative style of play, Henry has perfected his skills with some of the best teams in the world. He trained at AS Monaco and became a top scorer before joining Juventus Turin. His career took off with his move to Arsenal, where he played 8 years and racked up an impressive résumé: 226 goals in 369 games, Premier League titles in 2002 and 2004, the English Cup in 2002, 2003, and 2005, and he also reached the final of the 2006 Champions League. Not to mention that fans voted him the Best Player in Arsenal’s history in 2008. When he signed with FC Barcelona, he joined an invincible team which won 6 trophies in 2009 alone. He later moved to Red Bull New York, where he became captain, scored 17 goals in 41 games, and won the 2010 MLS Eastern Conference. In January 2012, he was lent for 2 months to Arsenal, and in his first game, “the legend” scored the winning goal—a truly perfect homecoming. (Although no homecoming is complete without that home cooked meal…) Henry also spends a substantial amount of time working with social causes around the world.


 

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King Henry’s Vitals

Nationality: Ico-frFrance
Date of Birth: August 17, 1977
Hometown: Les Ulis

Notable Performance

Best Scorer ever of Arsenal and the French Team

Trophy Case

  • FIFA World Cup™

    1998
  • European Championship

    2000
  • Premiere League

    2001/2002, 2003/2004
  • English Cup

    2001/2002, 2002/2003, 2004/2005
  • Champions League

    2008/2009
  • La Liga

    2008/2009, 2009/2010
  • FIFA Club World Cup™

    2009
  • Spanish Cup

    2008/2009
  • European Super Cup

    2009
  • Spanish Super Cup

    2009
  • Ligue 1

    1996/1997
  • European Golden Shoe

    2004, 2005