Arsenal: Invincibles documentary to be shown on Sky Sports on Wednesday night

Last Updated: 25/02/15 11:41am

The inside story of Arsenal’s historic unbeaten 2003-04 Premier League title winning campaign as told by the players and manager Arsene Wenger

Join Arsene Wenger, Thierry Henry and many more as they tell the inside story of Arsenal’s historic 2003-04 title-winning campaign.

The documentary, which airs on Sky Sports 5 at 10.15pm on Wednesday February 25, also features former players Jens Lehmann, Martin Keown, Ray Parlour and Sol Campbell, who tell us how the Gunners achieved footballing immortality and became The Invincibles.

In achieving their feat, Arsenal became just the second side in English top-flight history to go the entire season unbeaten - and the first to do so in a 38-game league after Preston in a 22-match division over 100 years beforehand.

See how Wenger steered his side to 26 victories and 12 draws, with star striker Henry scoring a remarkable 30 goals from 37 games to win the Golden Boot.

Arsenal finished the season on 90 points, 11 clear of second-place Chelsea – who were in the first season of their Roman Abramovich revolution – scored more goals than any other side (73), as well as conceding fewer than any other side (26).

Almost 11 years on from their triumph, hear from the players and manager as they shed new light on the incredible campaign.

Watch Arsenal: Invincibles at 10.15pm, Wednesday, Sky Sports 5 - straight after Arsenal v Monaco in the Champions League - or watch On Demand from Wednesday evening.