It’s time to book an open-top bus parade.
According to streaming giant Spotify, the Arseblog Arsecast is the most popular fan-made football podcast in the UK in terms of hours listened over the course of last season.
The Arsecast beat off (always an awkward turn of phrase) competition from Sp*rs’ Last Word on Spurs and Liverpool’s The Redmen TV to take the gong. We assume it’s in the post Mr. Ek?
Spotify has also revealed that Arsenal fans tuned into their favourite club podcasts more than any other fans across last season; on average, Gooners listened to 24 hours of Arsenal podcast discourse last season.
Clearly, you’re all massive nerds, but we’re fine with that because so are we.
The Arsecast was launched in 2006, the year Arsenal reached the Champions League final, and a second show, the Arsecast Extra co-presented by James from Gunnerblog, was added to the roster in 2014.
In total, nearly 1,300 episodes of the two shows have been recorded. On behalf of the whole team, thanks for tuning in!