From their first triumph in the FA Cup final against Huddersfield Town in 1930 to the victory in the Cup-Winners' Cup against Parma in 1994 and their recent magnificent double success, Arsenal have always been a footballing force to be reckoned with. Graham Weaver plots the club's progress from the 1930s, through the 14 most significant games in Arsenal's history, both at home and abroad, starting with the match that brought the game away from its Northern dominance in April 1930 to the European challenges and the big-money names of the 1990s. There is a thorough description of the players and their strengths and weaknesses, a full background to each game and details of the match itself together with quotes and contributions from those who took part.
Graham Weaver has supported Arsenal since his first visit to Highbury when he was seven years old. He has been a season ticket holder since 1986.