List of Arsenal F.C. players (1–24 appearances)

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Andy Cole, who is seen smiling, started his professional career at Arsenal, before later finding success at Newcastle and Manchester United.
Andy Cole, who began his career at Arsenal, made two appearances for the club.

Arsenal Football Club, an association football club based in Islington, London, was founded in 1886 as Dial Square. They became the first southern member[nb 1] admitted into the Football League in 1893, having spent their first four seasons solely participating in cup tournaments and friendlies.[3] The club's name, which shortly changed to Woolwich Arsenal, was shortened to Arsenal in 1914, a year after moving to Highbury.[4] Despite finishing fifth in the Second Division in 1914–15, Arsenal rejoined the First Division at the expense of local rivals Tottenham Hotspur when football resumed after the First World War.[5] Since that time, they have not fallen below the first tier of the English football league system and hold the record for the longest uninterrupted period in the top flight.[6] The club's first team have competed in numerous national and continental organised competitions, and all players who have played between 1 and 24 such matches are listed below.

Since Arsenal's first competitive match, more than 500 players have failed to reach 25 appearances for the club. Many of these players have spent only a short period of their career at Arsenal before seeking opportunities in other teams; some players had their careers cut short by injury, while others left for other reasons. John Kosmina, who joined from Adelaide City in 1978, only made four appearances for Arsenal, before returning to his native Australia where his goalscoring record was prolific.[7] Vladimir Petrović featured 22 times as an Arsenal first-teamer, and later forged a managerial career, coaching Red Star Belgrade and the Serbia national team.[8] Andy Cole, who played one league match as a youngster for Arsenal, moved to Newcastle United where he won the Premier League Golden Boot in 1993–94, and enjoyed further success at Manchester United in the mid-to-late 1990s.[9] David Bentley and Rohan Ricketts left Arsenal in pursuit of first-team football, and both went on to play for Tottenham Hotspur at certain stages of their careers.[10]

Several players spent brief periods with Arsenal on loan from other clubs. Michal Papadopulos made one appearance in the 2003–04 season and later earned full international caps with the Czech Republic.[11] Midfielder Kim Källström joined on a six-month spell and was part of the club's 2014 FA Cup-winning squad.[12]

Key[edit]

  • The list is ordered first by date of debut, and then if necessary in alphabetical order.
  • Appearances as a substitute are included. This feature of the game was introduced in the Football League at the start of the 1965–66 season.[13]
  • Statistics are correct up to and including the match played on 1 September 2019. Where a player left the club permanently after this date, his statistics are updated to his date of leaving.
Positions key
Pre-1960s 1960s–
GK Goalkeeper
FB Full back DF Defender
HB Half back MF Midfielder
FW Forward
Nationality
Unless otherwise noted, the nationality of a player is determined by the country/countries which he has played for, or if said person has not played international football, their country of birth.
Position
Playing positions are listed according to the tactical formations that were employed at the time. Thus the change in the names of defensive and midfield positions reflects the tactical evolution that occurred from the 1960s onwards.
Club career
Club career is defined as the first and last calendar years in which the player appeared for the club in any of the competitions listed below.
Total appearances and Total goals
Total appearances and goals comprise those in the Football League, Premier League, FA Cup, Football League Cup, FA Charity/Community Shield, European Cup/UEFA Champions League, UEFA Cup, Inter-Cities Fairs Cup, UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, Football League Centenary Trophy and European Super Cup. Matches in the United League, Southern District Combination, London League and wartime competitions are excluded.

Players[edit]

A black-and-white photograph of Gerrit Keizer, one of the first footballers from outside Great Britain and Ireland to play in English football.
Gerrit Keizer, a Dutch goalkeeper, joined Arsenal in 1930 and made 13 appearances for the club.
A colour photograph of Vladimir Petrović, managing the Serbian national team.
Vladimir Petrović (pictured in 2010) made 22 appearances for Arsenal, scoring twice.
A portrait of Rami Shaaban, who was contracted to Arsenal between 2002 and 2004.
Rami Shaaban made his debut for Arsenal against PSV Eindhoven in November 2002.[14]
A colour photograph of David Bentley, during a league match against Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur in 2009.
Midfielder David Bentley, seen here in Tottenham Hotspur colours, left Arsenal having made 9 appearances.
A colour photograph of Fabrice Muamba, in training before a league match.
Fabrice Muamba started two League Cup games for Arsenal in the 2005–06 season.[15]
A colour photograph of Anthony Stokes, in action for Celtic.
Anthony Stokes began his professional career with Arsenal, but never started in a first-team match for the club.
A colour photograph of Eddie Nketiah, in action for Arsenal.
Eddie Nketiah made his full Arsenal debut in the 2017–18 season.
List of Arsenal F.C. players with between 1 and 24 appearances
Player Nationality Pos Club career Starts Subs Total Goals
Appearances
Fred Beardsley  England GK 1889 2 0 2 0
Peter Connolly  Scotland FB 1889–1892 6 0 6 2
Jack McBean  Scotland FB 1889–1892 6 0 6 0
Morris Bates  England FB 1889 3 0 3 0
Harry Offer  England FW 1889–1891 3 0 3 1
Richard Horsington  England FW 1889 2 0 2 1
James Meggs  England FW 1889–1891 5 0 5 4
Humphrey Barbour  Scotland FW 1889–1891 5 0 5 4
Hope Robertson  Scotland FW 1889 4 0 4 4
William Scott  England FW 1889 3 0 3 4
R. Foster  England GK 1889 2 0 2 0
Bill Julian  England HB 1889–1891 4 0 4 0
James Charteris  Scotland FW 1889 1 0 1 0
William Stewart  Scotland FB 1889–1891 2 0 2 1
Edward Williams  England FW 1889 1 0 1 0
Edmund Bee  England GK 1891–1892 4 0 4 0
Albert Christmas  England FW 1891 1 0 1 0
David Gloak  England FW 1891 1 0 1 0
Alex Robertson  Scotland FB 1892 1 0 1 0
Bernard Shaw  England FW 1892 1 0 1 0
George Davie  Scotland FW 1892 4 0 4 3
Tom Graham  Scotland FW 1892 1 0 1 0
Charles Peachey  England FW 1892 1 0 1 0
Archie McQuilkie  Scotland FB 1892 2 0 2 0
Frank Dyer  Scotland FB 1892–1893 5 0 5 0
Duncan Gemmell  Scotland FW 1892–1893 8 0 8 0
Fred Wood  England GK 1892 1 0 1 0
Andrew Rankin  Scotland FB 1892–1893 3 0 3 0
Charles Ambler  England GK 1892–1895 2 0 2 0
Charlie Williams  England GK 1893–1894 23 0 23 0
Daniel Devine  Scotland FW 1893 4 0 4 0
Walter Shaw  England FW 1893–1895 24 0 24 12
Joseph Heath  England HB 1893–1896 12 0 12 7
John Storrs  England FB 1893–1894 16 0 16 0
Joe Cooper  England FW 1893–1894 8 0 8 2
Stanley Briggs  England FB 1893 2 0 2 0
Frank Kirk  England FW 1894 1 0 1 0
Arthur Worrall  England FW 1894 4 0 4 1
Lycurgus Burrows  England FB 1894–1895 10 0 10 0
Thomas Bryan  England FW 1894 9 0 9 1
Walter Williams  England FW 1894 1 0 1 0
William McNab  Scotland FW 1894 2 0 2 1
George Jaques  England FW 1894 2 0 2 2
Robert Stevenson  Scotland HB 1894 7 0 7 0
William Sharpe  Scotland FW 1894–1895 14 0 14 4
James Crozier  Scotland GK 1894 1 0 1 0
Tommy Meade  England FW 1895–1897 14 0 14 7
George Reece  England FW 1895 1 0 1 0
Charlie Hare  England FW 1895–1896 20 0 20 7
Thomas Hatfield  England GK 1895 2 0 2 0
Allen Ward  England FB 1895 7 0 7 0
Bob Gordon  Scotland FW 1895–1896 20 0 20 6
William Gilmer  Ireland GK 1896 3 0 3 0
Albert Russell  England GK 1896 1 0 1 0
Patrick Boylan  Scotland FB 1896 11 0 11 0
George Farmer  England FW 1896 2 0 2 1
John Leather  England GK 1896–1897 10 0 10 0
Tom Shrewsbury  England HB 1896–1898 6 0 6 0
George Buist  Scotland FB 1896–1897 6 0 6 0
Sandy MacFarlane  Scotland FW 1896–1897 5 0 5 0
Arthur Talbot  England GK 1896 5 0 5 0
Edwin Harding  England FB 1896 1 0 1 0
George Carver  England FB 1896 1 0 1 0
Jack Wilson  England FB 1896 1 0 1 0
Edward Kington  England FW 1896 1 0 1 0
Hugh Duff  England FW 1896–1897 2 0 2 2
Job Whitfield  England FB 1896–1897 2 0 2 0
Alex Caie  Scotland FW 1897 8 0 8 4
Hugh Cassidy  Ireland FB 1897 1 0 1 0
Edward Kane  Scotland FB 1897 1 0 1 0
Patrick Farrell  Ireland FB 1897–1898 22 0 22 3
Andrew Steven  Scotland FW 1897 6 0 6 2
James Monteith  Ireland FW 1897 6 0 6 1
James Stuart  England FW 1897 2 0 2 1
James Devlin  Scotland FW 1898 1 0 1 1
James Clark  England FB 1898 4 0 4 0
James Fyfe  Scotland FB 1898 7 0 7 0
Andrew Mitchell  Scotland FW 1898–1899 10 0 10 2
Hugh Dailly  Scotland FW 1898 8 0 8 4
John McPhee  Scotland FB 1898–1899 8 0 8 0
Ernest Cottrell  England FW 1898–1901 24 0 24 12
Thomas Hamilton  England GK 1898–1900 7 0 7 0
John Garton  England FB 1899 5 0 5 0
Moses Sanders  England HB 1899 4 0 4 1
Richard Hannigan  Scotland FW 1899 2 0 2 0
Jack Aston  England FW 1899 15 0 15 5
Abe Hartley  Scotland FW 1899 9 0 9 1
Jack Graham  England FB 1899 1 0 1 0
Frank Lloyd  England FW 1899–1900 19 0 19 3
Charles Dunsbee  England FB 1899–1900 11 0 11 0
Joe Murrell  England FB 1900 6 0 6 0
Tommy Spicer  England GK 1900 4 0 4 0
John Blackwood  Scotland FW 1900–1901 18 0 18 7
Tom Grieve  Scotland FB 1900–1901 6 0 6 0
George Wolfe  England FB 1900–1902 5 0 5 0
Andrew Swann  Scotland FW 1901 7 0 7 2
James Laidlaw  Scotland FW 1901 3 0 3 2
John Edgar  Scotland FW 1901–1902 11 0 11 1
Isaac Owens  England FB 1901 11 0 11 2
William Vaughan  England FW 1901 1 0 1 0
Joe Connor  Ireland FW 1902 16 0 16 3
Everard Lawrence  England FW 1902–1903 23 0 23 3
William Bradshaw  England FW 1902–1904 4 0 4 2
Stephen Theobald  England FB 1902–1909 24 0 24 0
Billy Bannister  England FB 1903 22 0 22 0
Harry Thorpe  England FB 1903–1904 10 0 10 0
Tom Pratt  England FW 1903–1904 10 0 10 2
Walter Busby  England FW 1903–1904 6 0 6 2
Frank Ransom  Ireland FB 1903 1 0 1 0
Edward Anderson  Scotland FW 1904 2 0 2 0
Robert Watson  England FW 1904–1905 10 0 10 1
James Buchan  Scotland HB 1904–1905 8 0 8 0
John Hunter  Scotland FW 1904–1905 22 0 22 4
Alex Davidson  Scotland GK 1904 1 0 1 0
Alfred Crowe  England FW 1904–1905 6 0 6 4
Fred Dwight  England FB 1905 1 0 1 0
James Blair  Scotland FW 1905–1906 13 0 13 3
Tom Arnold  England FW 1905 2 0 2 0
Fred Kemp  England FW 1905 2 0 2 0
Neve Grice  England FW 1906 1 0 1 0
Archie Low  Scotland FB 1906–1907 3 0 3 0
Tommy Hynds  Scotland FB 1907 17 0 17 1
James Ferguson  Scotland FW 1907 1 0 1 0
James Rodger  Scotland FW 1907 1 0 1 0
Joe Satterthwaite  England FW 1908 5 0 5 1
James Maxwell  Scotland FW 1908–1909 2 0 2 0
Willie Curle  Scotland FW 1908 3 0 3 0
Norman Chisholm  Scotland FB 1908–1909 3 0 3 0
Bert Beney  England FW 1909–1910 17 0 17 6
Thomas Drain  Scotland FW 1909 2 0 2 0
Frank Heppinstall  England FW 1909–1910 23 0 23 0
George Fisher  England GK 1909 2 0 2 0
Spencer Bassett  England FB 1909 1 0 1 0
Harold Oliver  England FW 1909 1 0 1 0
Robert Stevens  Scotland FW 1909–1910 7 0 7 1
Matthew McKellar  Scotland FW 1909–1910 5 0 5 2
Bill Buckenham  England FW 1909–1910 21 0 21 5
Charlie McGibbon  England FW 1910 4 0 4 3
Willis Rippon  England FW 1910–1911 9 0 9 2
Harry Logan  Scotland FW 1910–1911 11 0 11 0
James Quayle  England FB 1910 1 0 1 0
Matthew Shortt  Scotland FW 1910 4 0 4 0
Leslie Calder  England FW 1911 1 0 1 0
Fred Calvert  England FW 1911 2 0 2 1
Leigh Richmond Roose  Wales GK 1911–1912 13 0 13 0
Joe McLauchlan  Scotland FW 1911–1913 16 0 16 3
John Grant  England FW 1912 4 0 4 3
George Payne  England FW 1912–1913 3 0 3 0
George Burrell  England FW 1912–1913 24 0 24 3
Ernest Hanks  England FW 1912 4 0 4 1
Billy Spittle  England FW 1912–1914 7 0 7 0
Edward King  England FW 1912–1913 13 0 13 0
David Duncan  Ireland FW 1912–1913 5 0 5 2
George Ford  England FB 1912–1915 10 0 10 0
Robert Evans  England FB 1913 2 0 2 0
Archie Devine  Scotland FW 1913–1914 24 0 24 5
Oliver Wilson  England GK 1913 1 0 1 0
James Caldwell  England GK 1913 3 0 3 0
Donald Slade  England FW 1913–1914 12 0 12 4
Charlie Bell  Scotland FW 1913 1 0 1 2
James Norman  England FW 1914 4 0 4 0
Arthur Kempton  England GK 1915 1 0 1 0
Alf Fletcher  England HB 1915 3 0 3 0
Ned Liddell  England FB 1915 2 0 2 0
Dan Burgess  England FW 1919–1921 13 0 13 1
Frank Cownley  England FB 1920–1922 15 0 15 0
Joe North  England FW 1920–1921 23 0 23 6
Ernest Coopland  England FW 1920 1 0 1 0
George Pattison  England FB 1920–1922 10 0 10 0
James Smith  England FW 1920 10 0 10 1
Harold Walden  England FW 1921 2 0 2 1
Alex McKenzie  Scotland FW 1921–1923 15 0 15 2
James Hopkins  Ireland FW 1921–1922 22 0 22 7
Bill Henderson  England FW 1921–1922 7 0 7 0
Sturdy Maxwell  Scotland FW 1921 1 0 1 0
Walter Creegan  England FW 1922 6 0 6 0
Stan Earle  England FW 1922–1923 4 0 4 3
Frank Townrow  England FW 1922–1923 9 0 9 2
Archie Roe  England FW 1922 4 0 4 1
John Clark  England FW 1923–1924 6 0 6 0
Richard Elvey  England FB 1923 1 0 1 0
Ernie Wallington  England FW 1923 1 0 1 0
Fred Jones  England FW 1924 2 0 2 0
Donald Cock  England FW 1925 3 0 3 0
Joseph Hughes  England FW 1925 1 0 1 0
Arthur Roe  England HB 1925 1 0 1 0
John Rutherford  England FW 1925 1 0 1 0
Herbert Lawson  England FW 1926 16 0 16 2
Jack Lee  England FW 1926–1927 7 0 7 0
Charles Barley  England FW 1927–1929 10 0 10 1
James Shaw  England FW 1927–1928 11 0 11 4
Reg Tricker[nb 2]  England FW 1927–1929 12 0 12 5
John Moody  England GK 1927–1928 6 0 6 0
Ted Bowen  England FW 1927 1 0 1 0
Archie Clark  England FB 1927 1 0 1 0
William Paterson  Scotland GK 1928–1929 15 0 15 0
William Maycock  England FW 1928 1 0 1 0
Bill Johnstone  Scotland FW 1929–1930 9 0 9 4
Dave Halliday  Scotland FW 1929–1930 15 0 15 8
Bert Humpish  England HB 1930 3 0 3 0
Gerrit Keizer  Netherlands GK 1930 13 0 13 0
Reg Stockill  England FW 1932–1933 7 0 7 4
Tommy Black  Scotland HB 1933 1 0 1 0
Billy Warnes  England FW 1933 1 0 1 0
Charlie Walsh  England FW 1933 1 0 1 0
Ralph Birkett  England FW 1933–1935 23 0 23 11
Peter Dougall  Scotland FW 1934–1936 23 0 23 5
George Cox  England FW 1934–1936 7 0 7 1
James Marshall  Scotland FW 1934 5 0 5 1
Ehud Rogers  Wales FW 1935–1936 16 0 16 5
Reg Trim  England FB 1935 1 0 1 0
Sidney Cartwright  England FB 1936–1939 16 0 16 2
Ernie Tuckett  England FW 1936 2 0 2 0
Ronnie Westcott  England FW 1936 2 0 2 1
Arthur Biggs  England FW 1937 3 0 3 0
George Hunt  England FW 1937–1938 21 0 21 3
Ernie Collett  England FB 1937–1947 21 0 21 0
Mal Griffiths  Wales FW 1938 9 0 9 5
Eddie Carr  England FW 1938 12 0 12 7
Gordon Bremner  Scotland FW 1938–1939 15 0 15 4
Horace Cumner  Wales FW 1938–1946 14 0 14 3
Wilf Walsh  Wales FW 1938 3 0 3 0
David Pryde  Scotland FW 1939 4 0 4 0
Alf Fields  England FB 1939–1950 19 0 19 0
Sid Pugh  England FB 1939 1 0 1 0
George Curtis  England FW 1939–1947 14 0 14 0
George Marks  England GK 1939 2 0 2 0
Andrew Farr  Scotland FW 1939 2 0 2 1
Kevin O'Flanagan  Ireland FW 1946–1949 16 0 16 3
Les Henley  England HB 1946 1 0 1 0
Harry Waller  England HB 1946–1947 9 0 9 0
Cyril Hodges  England FW 1946 2 0 2 0
Alan Smith  England FW 1946 3 0 3 0
Albert Guðmundsson  Iceland FW 1946 2 0 2 0
Cyril Grant  England FW 1946 2 0 2 0
Stan Morgan  Wales FW 1946 2 0 2 0
Tommy Rudkin  England FW 1947 5 0 5 2
Alf Calverley  England FW 1947 11 0 11 0
Thomas Vallance  England FW 1948–1949 15 0 15 2
Noel Kelly  Ireland FW 1950 1 0 1 0
John Chenhall  England FB 1951–1953 16 0 16 0
James Robertson  Scotland FW 1952 1 0 1 0
Don Oakes  England FB 1952–1955 11 0 11 1
Peter Tilley  Northern Ireland FW 1953 1 0 1 0
Brian Walsh  England FW 1953–1955 17 0 17 0
Ralph Guthrie  England GK 1954 2 0 2 0
Jack Wilkinson  England FW 1955 1 0 1 0
Ray Swallow  England FW 1955–1957 13 0 13 4
Daniel Le Roux  Union of South Africa FW 1957 5 0 5 0
Tony Biggs  England FW 1958 4 0 4 1
Len Julians  England FW 1958–1960 24 0 24 10
Peter Goy  England GK 1959 2 0 2 0
Roy Goulden  England FW 1959 1 0 1 0
Denis Clapton  England FW 1959–1961 4 0 4 0
Mike Everitt  England DF 1960 9 0 9 1
Peter Kane  Scotland FW 1960 4 0 4 1
Allan Young  England DF 1960–1961 4 0 4 0
Frank O'Neill  Ireland FW 1960–1961 2 0 2 0
Arfon Griffiths  Wales FW 1961–1962 15 0 15 2
Eddie Clamp  England MF 1961–1962 24 0 24 1
Rodney Smithson  England DF 1962 2 0 2 0
Gordon Ferry  England DF 1964 11 0 11 0
Brian Tawse  Scotland GK 1964–1965 5 0 5 0
Tommy Baldwin  England MF 1965–1966 20 0 20 11
Tom Walley  Wales MF 1965–1967 14 4 18 1
Gordon Neilson  Scotland FW 1966–1967 17 0 17 3
Roy Pack  England DF 1966 1 0 1 0
Jimmy McGill  Scotland MF 1966 8 4 12 0
Tommy Coakley  Scotland MF 1966 13 0 13 2
Alan Tyrer  England FW 1966 1 1 2 0
Micky Boot  England DF 1966 4 1 5 2
John Woodward  Scotland DF 1966–1967 3 1 4 0
Roger Davidson  England MF 1968 0 1 1 0
Malcolm Webster  England GK 1969 6 0 6 0
Paul Davies  Wales FW 1971 0 2 2 0
Brendon Batson  England DF 1972–1973 6 4 10 0
Brian Chambers  England MF 1973 1 1 2 0
Wilf Rostron  England MF 1975–1977 14 5 19 2
Pat Howard  England DF 1976–1977 19 1 20 0
Mark Heeley  England FW 1977–1979 13 7 20 1
Jim Harvey  Northern Ireland MF 1978 3 1 4 0
John Kosmina  Australia FW 1978 1 3 4 0
Paul Barron  England GK 1978–1980 8 0 8 0
Kevin Stead  England DF 1978 1 1 2 0
Steve Brignall  England DF 1979 0 1 1 0
John Hawley  England FW 1981–1983 15 6 21 3
Ray Hankin  England FW 1981 0 2 2 0
Paul Gorman  Ireland MF 1982–1983 5 1 6 0
Danny O'Shea  England MF 1982 9 0 9 0
Vladimir Petrović  Serbia MF 1983 19 3 22 3
John Kay  England DF 1983–1984 13 1 14 0
David Madden  England MF 1983 2 0 2 0
David Cork  England FW 1983–1984 6 2 8 1
Brian Sparrow  England DF 1984 2 0 2 0
Rhys Wilmot  Wales GK 1986–1987 9 0 9 0
Sigurður Jónsson  Iceland MF 1989–1990 3 7 10 1
Kwame Ampadu  Ireland MF 1990 0 2 2 0
Andy Cole  England FW 1990–1991 0 2 2 0
Pål Lydersen  Norway DF 1992–1993 13 3 16 0
Neil Heaney  England FW 1992–1993 4 4 8 0
Mark Flatts  England MF 1992–1995 10 8 18 0
Alan Miller  England GK 1992–1994 6 2 8 0
Gavin McGowan  England DF 1993–1998 4 3 7 0
Vince Bartram  England GK 1994–1995 11 1 12 0
Paul Shaw  England MF 1994–1997 1 12 13 2
Adrian Clarke  England MF 1994–1996 5 4 9 0
Chris Kiwomya  England FW 1995 6 11 17 3
Matthew Rose  England DF 1996–1997 2 3 5 0
Lee Harper  England GK 1997 1 0 1 0
Jason Crowe  England DF 1997–1998 0 3 3 0
Alberto Méndez  Germany MF 1997–2000 6 5 11 2
Jehad Muntasser  Libya MF 1997 0 1 1 0
Paolo Vernazza  England MF 1997–2000 7 4 11 1
Isaiah Rankin  England FW 1997 0 1 1 0
David Grondin  France DF 1998–1999 4 0 4 0
Omer Riza  Turkey FW 1998 0 1 1 0
Fabián Caballero  Argentina FW 1998–1999 0 3 3 0
Michael Black  England MF 1998 0 1 1 0
Kaba Diawara  Guinea FW 1999 3 12 15 0
Stefan Malz  Germany MF 1999–2001 6 8 14 2
Tommy Black  England MF 1999–2000 1 1 2 0
Rhys Weston  Wales DF 1999–2000 2 1 3 0
Graham Barrett  Ireland FW 1999–2000 1 2 3 0
Julian Gray  England MF 2000 0 1 1 0
Brian McGovern  Ireland DF 2000 0 1 1 0
Lee Canoville  England DF 2000 0 1 1 0
Moritz Volz  Germany DF 2000–2002 1 1 2 0
Tomas Danilevičius  Lithuania FW 2000–2001 0 3 3 0
Junichi Inamoto  Japan MF 2001–2002 2 2 4 0
Richard Wright  England GK 2001–2002 22 0 22 0
John Halls  England MF 2001 0 3 3 0
Carlin Itonga  DR Congo FW 2001 0 1 1 0
Rohan Ricketts  England MF 2001 0 1 1 0
Stathis Tavlaridis  Greece DF 2001–2003 7 1 8 0
Juan  Brazil MF 2001–2002 2 0 2 0
Sebastian Svärd  Denmark MF 2001–2004 2 2 4 0
Ryan Garry  England DF 2002–2003 1 1 2 0
Rami Shaaban  Sweden GK 2002 5 0 5 0
David Bentley  England MF 2003–2004 5 4 9 1
Quincy Owusu-Abeyie  Ghana FW 2003–2006 8 15 23 2
Ryan Smith  England FW 2003–2004 2 4 6 0
John Spicer  England MF 2003 0 1 1 0
Graham Stack  Ireland GK 2003–2004 5 0 5 0
Jerome Thomas  England FW 2003–2004 1 2 3 0
Michal Papadopulos  Czech Republic FW 2003 0 1 1 0
Frank Simek  United States DF 2003 1 0 1 0
Ólafur Ingi Skúlason  Iceland MF 2003 0 1 1 0
Danny Karbassiyoon  United States DF 2004–2005 1 2 3 1
Sebastian Larsson  Sweden MF 2004–2006 7 5 12 0
Arturo Lupoli  Italy FW 2004–2006 6 3 9 3
Patrick Cregg  Ireland MF 2004–2005 0 3 3 0
Fabrice Muamba  England MF 2005 2 0 2 0
Anthony Stokes  Ireland FW 2005 0 1 1 0
Kerrea Gilbert  England DF 2005–2009 10 2 12 0
Matthew Connolly  England DF 2006–2007 1 1 2 0
Mark Randall  England MF 2006–2009 4 9 13 0
Mart Poom  Estonia GK 2006–2007 1 1 2 0
Lassana Diarra  France MF 2007 9 5 14 0
Fran Mérida  Spain MF 2007–2010 7 9 16 2
Nacer Barazite  Netherlands FW 2007–2009 0 3 3 0
Henri Lansbury  England MF 2007–2011 1 7 8 1
Gavin Hoyte  England DF 2008 4 0 4 0
Jay Simpson  England FW 2008 1 2 3 2
Amaury Bischoff  Portugal MF 2008–2009 0 4 4 0
Rui Fonte  Portugal FW 2008 0 1 1 0
Paul Rodgers  England DF 2008 1 0 1 0
Vito Mannone  Italy GK 2009–2012 22 1 23 0
Gilles Sunu  France FW 2009 1 1 2 0
Sanchez Watt  England FW 2009 1 2 3 1
Craig Eastmond  England MF 2009–2010 7 3 10 0
Kyle Bartley  England DF 2009 1 0 1 0
Thomas Cruise  England DF 2009 1 0 1 0
Jay Emmanuel-Thomas  England FW 2010 1 4 5 0
Ignasi Miquel  Spain DF 2011–2013 9 5 14 1
Conor Henderson  Ireland MF 2011 1 0 1 0
Emmanuel Frimpong  Ghana MF 2011–2012 10 6 16 0
Chuks Aneke  England MF 2011 0 1 1 0
Ryo Miyaichi  Japan FW 2011–2013 2 5 7 0
Oğuzhan Özyakup  Turkey MF 2011 0 2 2 0
Park Chu-young  South Korea FW 2011–2013 4 3 7 1
Daniel Boateng  England DF 2011 0 1 1 0
Nico Yennaris  England DF 2011–2012 2 2 4 0
Martin Angha   Switzerland DF 2012 1 1 2 0
Serge Gnabry  Germany FW 2012–2016 9 9 18 1
Emiliano Martínez  Argentina GK 2012– 12 1 13 0
Thomas Eisfeld  Germany MF 2012–2013 1 1 2 1
Jernade Meade  England MF 2012 0 2 2 0
Yaya Sanogo  France FW 2013–2014 9 11 20 1
Chuba Akpom  England FW 2013–2018 1 11 12 0
Isaac Hayden  England DF 2013–2014 2 0 2 0
Kristoffer Olsson  Sweden MF 2013 0 1 1 0
Gedion Zelalem  United States MF 2014 0 4 4 0
Kim Källström  Sweden MF 2014 1 3 4 0
Stefan O'Connor  England DF 2014 0 1 1 0
Ismaël Bennacer  Algeria MF 2015 0 1 1 0
Krystian Bielik  Poland MF 2015–2016 0 2 2 0
Glen Kamara  Finland MF 2015 1 0 1 0
Jeff Reine-Adélaïde  France MF 2016–2018 5 3 8 0
Lucas Pérez  Spain FW 2016–2018 9 12 21 7
Chris Willock  England FW 2016 0 2 2 0
Reiss Nelson  England FW 2017– 10 8 18 0
Josh Dasilva  England FW 2017–2018 0 3 3 0
Joe Willock  England MF 2017– 13 7 20 3
Marcus McGuane  England MF 2017 0 2 2 0
Edward Nketiah  England FW 2017– 3 16 19 3
Ben Sheaf  England MF 2017– 0 2 2 0
Matt Macey  England GK 2017– 2 0 2 0
Konstantinos Mavropanos  Greece DF 2018– 6 1 7 0
Stephan Lichtsteiner   Switzerland DF 2018–2019 19 4 23 1
Emile Smith Rowe  England MF 2018– 5 1 6 3
Julio Pleguezuelo  Spain DF 2018 0 1 1 0
Zech Medley  England DF 2018– 0 3 3 0
Bukayo Saka  England FW 2018– 1 3 4 0
Charlie Gilmour  Scotland MF 2018 0 2 2 0
Denis Suárez  Spain MF 2018 0 6 6 0
Dani Ceballos  Spain MF 2018– 2 2 4 0
Nicolas Pépé  Ivory Coast FW 2018– 2 2 4 0
Gabriel Martinelli  Brazil MF 2018– 0 1 1 0
David Luiz  Brazil DF 2018– 3 0 3 0

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ A club located in the southern counties of England. Initially these were amateur clubs, as professionalism in football was not as readily accepted in the south as in the north. In the 1893–94 season, Arsenal (under its former name Woolwich Arsenal) turned professional and became the first southern club admitted to the northern-oriented Football League. The following year saw the creation of the Southern Football League, which was composed of amateur and professional teams. By the 1920–21 season, the top division of the Southern Football League was absorbed by the Football League, to create its third division.[1][2]
  2. ^ Tricker was born in Karachi, British India (now Pakistan), but is considered a British citizen by descent under nationality law.

References[edit]

General

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  • Joy, Bernard (1952). Forward, Arsenal!. London: GCR Books. ISBN 0-9559211-1-2.
  • Kelly, Andy (29 July 2015). "Every Arsenal player in chronological order". The Arsenal History. Archived from the original on 26 August 2016. Retrieved 11 January 2016. Cite uses deprecated parameter |dead-url= (help)
  • "Arsenal first team line-ups". The Arsenal History. Retrieved 12 February 2016.
  • Soar, Phil; Tyler, Martin (2011). Arsenal 125: The Official Illustrated History 1886–2011. London: Hamlyn. ISBN 0-600-35871-2.
  • Spragg, Iain; Clarke, Adrian (2015). The Official Arsenal FC Book of Records (2nd ed.). London: Carlton Books Ltd. ISBN 1-780-97668-2.
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  • "Arsenal". UEFA.com. Union of European Football Associations. Retrieved 20 February 2016.

Specific

  1. ^ Tomlinson, Alan (2010). A Dictionary of Sports Studies. Oxford University Press. p. 196. ISBN 0-19-921381-X.
  2. ^ Freeman, Nicholas (2011). 1895: Drama, Disaster and Disgrace in Late Victorian Britain. Edinburgh University Press. p. 39. ISBN 0-7486-4056-8.
  3. ^ Joy (1952), p. 9.
  4. ^ Joy (1952), p. 32.
  5. ^ Joy (1952), p. 28.
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  7. ^ "John Kosmina". Arsenal F.C. Archived from the original on 4 February 2016. Retrieved 5 February 2016. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)
  8. ^ "Vladimir Petrović". Arsenal F.C. Archived from the original on 4 February 2016. Retrieved 27 January 2016. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)
  9. ^ "Cole's fresh challenge". BBC Sport. 29 December 2001. Retrieved 27 January 2016.
  10. ^ Jones, Max (2 February 2015). "Where are they now?". Arsenal F.C. Retrieved 27 January 2016.
  11. ^ "Michal Papadopulos". Arsenal F.C. Archived from the original on 6 February 2016. Retrieved 27 January 2016. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)
  12. ^ "Kim Källström". Arsenal F.C. Archived from the original on 29 October 2015. Retrieved 27 January 2016. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)
  13. ^ Watts, Nick. "1963 to 1988". The Football League. Archived from the original on 17 April 2016. Retrieved 12 February 2016. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)
  14. ^ Brodkin, Jon (13 November 2002). "Gunners happy to draw a blank". The Guardian. London. Retrieved 27 January 2016.
  15. ^ "Fabrice Muamba". Arsenal F.C. Archived from the original on 6 September 2015. Retrieved 27 January 2016. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)