A total of 33 players represented Arsenal during their record-breaking unbeaten run.
Thierry Henry started in all but one of the 49 games, missing the 1-1 draw at Leicester on December 6, 2003. Kolo Toure also played 48 times but one of his appearances was as a substitute.
Henry was also top of the scoring charts during the unbeaten run, netting 39 times in his 48 appearances. Robert Pires' strike rate was also highly impressive; the France midfielder scored 23 goals in 45 appearances.
Nine of the 33 players used by Wenger are no longer with the club - Ray Parlour, Sylvain Wiltord, Kanu, Martin Keown, Oleg Luzhny, Igors Stepanovs, Giovanni van Bronckhorst, David Seaman and Stathis Tavlaridis.
The table below features all the players who contributed to
Arsenal's outstanding achievement from the 6-1 win over
Southampton on May 7, 2003 to the 3-1 victory against Aston Villa
on October 16, 2004.
PlayerStartsSubstituteGoalsThierry Henry48-39Kolo Toure4711Jens Lehmann47--Robert Pires40523Lauren392-Sol Campbell38-1Gilberto3634Freddie Ljungberg35410Ashley Cole35-1Patrick Vieira34-3Dennis Bergkamp29107Ray Parlour189-Pascal Cygan158-Edu14192Jose Antonio Reyes1488Gael Clichy88-Sylvain Wiltord843Francesc Fabregas621Kanu481Martin Keown37-Jeremie Aliadiere37-Jermaine Pennant253Oleg Luzhny2--Igors Stepanovs2--Justin Hoyte12-Gio van Bronckhorst11-David Bentley1--Ryan Garry1--David Seaman1--Stuart Taylor1--Mathieu Flamini-5-Robin van Persie-3-Stathis Tavlaridis-1-Own Goals--5