AFC Trophies

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1930 FA Cup Winners 1931 League Champions
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1933 League Champions 1934 League Champions
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1935 League Champions 1936 FA Cup Winners
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1938 League Champions 1948 League Champions
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1950 FA Cup Winners 1953 League Champions
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1970 Fairs Cup Winners 1971 League Champions
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1971 FA Cup Winners 1979 FA Cup Winners
1987 LC 1987 Littlewoods Cup Final
Mickey T 89 1989 League Champions
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image 1993 League Cup Winners
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image 1994 European Cup Winners Cup Winners
image 1998 League Champions
image 1998 FA Cup Winners
image 2002 League Champions
image 2002 FA Cup Winners
image 2003 FA Cup Winners
image 2004 League Champions
image 2005 FA Cup Winners

The Copyright on all of these photos is held by but not limited to such excellent resources as the BBC, Getty Images, Reuters, Empics. If I have forgotten anyone, whoops, sorry. No commerical gain or advantage is sought by their inclusion on this site, this page merely intended to show the illustrious history of Arsenal Football Club. The squad photos have come from which has as you would expect, a large collection of squad pictures and if you want to know more than just the nice, shiny bits of the Clubs history, go there to see all those who worn the Club’s shirt with, I hope, pride. Thanks to for the unwitting supply of photos from, and again not limited to, Perry Groves World, EuroArsenal, John Davies, MU1. If I’ve forgotten you, let me know and I will quite happily add you to this somewhat dubious roll of honour.

If any of the Copyright holders object to their pictures being included, let me know at the email address provided on the ‘About’ page and I will remove them.

I thought long and hard about the inclusion of Merse’s 1993 photo. At the time it was thought to be a vaguely amusing photo, given his reputation. However, it masked an appalling addiction on his part. I have included it as a reminder to us all that footballers are human and that none are exempt from addictions that beset everyday life.

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