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Arsenal shares are traded on the PLUS market under Arsenal Holdings PLC.

http://www.plusmarketsgroup.com/details.shtml?ISIN=GB0030895238

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Yes, some soccer teams. For example Manchester United (England), Ajax (Netherlands).

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The main buyers are Mr Usminov and and Mr Kroenke , they own about 29 percent each.

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yes you could but it takes a while as with any other buisiness / team

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not anymore

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