Arsenal left a bouquet of flowers near the scene of the Finsbury Park terror attack with a message “We stand together.”
The large bouquet of red and white flowers was left by a member of staff earlier this morning.
The club’s Emirates stadium is barely half a mile from the scene of the horrific incident.
Nine people remain in hospital following the attack.
Hundreds of bouquets and posters expressing support have been placed in various locations close to Finsbury Park tube station.
The family of dad-of-four Darren Osborne, 47, have released a statement saying they are ‘devastated for the victims’.
Osborne was arrested after a van ploughed into Muslim worshippers near the Finsbury Park Mosque.
His family have expressed shock over his alleged involvement in the attack which happened as Muslims observing Ramadan left night prayers.
In a statement on behalf of relatives, his nephew Ellis Osborne, 26, said: “We are devastated for the families. Our hearts go out to the people who have been injured.”