As of my knowledge cutoff in September 2021, the team that holds the record for the longest unbeaten streak in the English Premier League (EPL) is Arsenal. In the 2003-2004 season, famously known as "The Invincibles" season, Arsenal managed to go unbeaten throughout the entire league campaign.
Under the management of Arsène Wenger, Arsenal achieved an incredible feat by going undefeated in all 38 matches of the season. They won 26 matches and drew 12, accumulating a total of 90 points. This remarkable achievement solidified their place in football history and earned them the nickname "The Invincibles."
Arsenal's unbeaten streak began on May 7, 2003, with a 6-1 victory over Southampton in the previous season. It continued into the following season, ending on October 24, 2004, after a 2-0 defeat to Manchester United at Old Trafford. The streak lasted for a total of 49 matches, an extraordinary accomplishment that surpassed the previous record of 42 unbeaten matches set by Nottingham Forest in the old First Division.
During their unbeaten run, Arsenal displayed exceptional teamwork, skill, and resilience. They boasted a strong squad consisting of talented players such as Thierry Henry, Dennis Bergkamp, Patrick Vieira, Robert Pirès, Sol Campbell, and Ashley Cole. Thierry Henry was the team's top scorer, netting 30 goals during the invincible season.
This historic achievement by Arsenal has become a benchmark for excellence in the Premier League. Their unbeaten streak not only showcased their dominance but also demonstrated the immense level of consistency and quality required to achieve such a remarkable feat. The record set by Arsenal remains unparalleled in the history of the English top flight, serving as a testament to their legacy and contribution to the sport.
Once in hundreds of years. 26 wins - 12 draws - 0 lost. And you are no longer alive in the world. That's The Arsenal Gold Invincibles. pic.twitter.com/XCrhs1vEMv— Malhamah Kubro (@nexbola) July 7, 2023