A is for Adams, B is for Bastin and C is for Chapman. This summer, you can build up your very own Gunners dictionary with our Arsenal A-Z.

From the obvious to the obscure, discover a host of facts and stats about the club you love. And if we miss anything important, you'll have the chance to let us know by clicking on the link at the foot of the page.


The 6-0 victory over QPR in the FA Cup fourth round tie on January 27, 2001 represents Arsenal's biggest victory under Arsène Wenger. Sylvain Wiltord scored twice while Robert Pires and Dennis Bergkamp added one apiece. There were also own goals from QPR defenders Chris Plummer and Matthew Rose.


Striker Niall Quinn scored on his debut in December 1985 against a Liverpool side including highly-rated centre backs Mark Lawrenson and Alan Hansen. Quinn went on to success with the Republic of Ireland, winning 91 caps and scoring 21 goals. It is figure almost exactly the same as his Arsenal tally of 93 games and 20 goals.


Mick Quinn, then of Coventry, is the last opposing striker to score a hat-trick at Highbury. It was achieved on August 14, 1993, the opening day of the 1993/94 season. They were the only goals of a game played in front of 26,397 spectators.

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30 Jun 2004