Welcome to our Arsenal Quiz for 2024!
We will test your knowledge on everything from legendary players such as Thierry Henry and Dennis Bergkamp, to the iconic managers such as Arsene Wenger and Herbert Chapman.
Do you know which player scored the most goals in a single season for the Gunners? Or which manager led the team to their first-ever unbeaten season in the Premier League? It’s time to find out.
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The quiz consists of 15 Arsenal quiz questions that were written & fact checked by Arsenal experts Gunners Town. Your results will be displayed at the end of the quiz.
What is Arsenal’s club nickname?
Arsenal's nickname, "The Gunners," stems from the club's historical roots. The club was founded by munitions workers from the Royal Arsenal Factory.
Before becoming Arsenal, what was the club originally called?
The club was originally founded by a group of workers from the Woolwich Arsenal Armament Factory.
In 1933-34 season the club won which trophy?
Arsenal celebrated their 15th consecutive season in the top division by winning for the third time in four years.
What year was Unai Emery sacked as club manager?
In November 2019, Arsenal sacked Unai Emery following the club's worst run of results since 1992.
In 03/04 the club made Premier League history by going unbeaten for a season. How many games was the entire run?
Arsenal acquired the "Invincibles" nickname due to their unbeaten streak in the league, lasting 38 games, which extended to an unprecedented 49 games in total.
Who is the club's all-time league top scorer?
Henry departed from Arsenal holding the record for the most league goals in the club's history, scoring a total of 174 goals.
David O’Leary is the club's leading appearance maker. How many games did he play?
O'Leary, primarily a central defender during his 20-year playing tenure at Arsenal, holds the club record with 722 appearances.
Who was Arsenal's most expensive transfer prior to the signing of Declan Rice?
Nicolas Pépé signed for the Gunners from Nice for £72m in August 2019. Pépé eventually left the club 4-years later on a free transfer.
Who was the British media’s favourite to land the managerial position ahead of Arsène Wenger in 1996?
Despite Johan Cruyff being a favored candidate for the managerial position, the board ultimately chose a different direction, supporting Dein's suggestion to appoint Wenger from Nagoya Grampus, rather than the Barcelona player and manager.
What year was Martin Ødegaard named club captain?
On July 30, 2022, Arsenal declared Martin Ødegaard as the new captain of the club.
Who took over the captaincy when Tony Adams retired in 2002?
Patrick Vieira succeeded Adams as the captain of Arsenal. Similar to Adams, Vieira possessed natural leadership qualities, earning respect from his teammates and instilling fear in his adversaries.
Who scored the opener against Barcelona in the 2006 Champions League final?
In the 37th minute, Sol Campbell headed in from a Thierry Henry free-kick to put Arsenal 1-0 up.
Which French club did Sylvain Wiltord sign from in 2000?
Wiltord transferred to Arsenal from Bordeaux for a fee of £13 million, a then club-record transfer fee.
Who is Arsenal’s youngest ever goalscorer?
Fabregas was just 16 years, 6 months and 28 days old when he scored in the League Cup vs Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Mikel Arteta became the second youngest Arsenal manager behind who?
Mikel Arteta (37 years & 275 days) became the youngest Arsenal manager since Terry Neill in August 1976 (34 years & 105 days).
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