Club History


Trophies

Managers

Sam Hollis (1894 – 1897)
Thomas Brown Mitchell (1897 – 1898)
George Elcoat (1898 – 1899)
Harry Bradshaw (1899 – 1904)
Phil Kelso (1904 – 1908)
George Morrell (1908 – 1915)
Leslie Knighton (1919 – 1925)
Herbert Chapman (1925 – 1934)
George Allison (1934 – 1947)
Tom Whittaker (1947 – 1956)
Jack Crayston (1956 – 1958)
George Swindin (1958 – 1962)
Billy Wright (1962 – 1966)
Bertie Mee (1966 – 1976)
Terry Neill (1976 – 1983)
Don Howe (1984 – 1986)
George Graham (1986 – 1995)
Stewart Houston (1995 and 1996)
Bruce Rioch (1995 – 1996)
Arsène Wenger (1996 – present)
 
 

Records

Youngest player: Cesc Fabregas – 16 years 177 days (October 2003)
Oldest player: Jock Rutherford – 41 years 159 days (March 1926)
Most appearances: David O’Leary – 722 (1975-1993 in all competitions including substitute appearances)
Most goals in a season: Ted Drake – 44 (1934-35 in all competitions)
Most goals in a single match: Ted Drake – 7 (December 1935)
Fasted recorded goal: Alan Sunderland – 13 seconds (April 1980)
Youngest goalscorer: Cesc Fabregas – 16 years 212 days (December 2003)
Oldest goalscorer: Jock Rutherford – 39 years 352 days (September 1924)
Top goalscorer: Thierry Henry – 226 (1999-2007 in 369 games)
Most league wins in a season: 29 in 42 matches (First Division 1970/71)
Fewest league wins in a season: 3 in 38 matches (First Division 1912/13)
Most league defeats in a season: 23 in 38 matches (First Division 1912/13)
Fewest league defeats in a season: 0 in 38 matches (Premier League 2003/04)
Most consecutive league matches unbeaten: 49 (7th May 2003–16th October 2004)
Most consecutive wins: 14 (12th September–11th November 1987)

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