Emirates Stadium Week continues today on Arsenal.com with a look at some of the facts and figures from the Club's first year at its new home:
The record crowd at Arsenal's new home is 60,132 - for the 2-1 Premiership win against Reading on March 3.
The first thing the players see when they walk through the entrance is the Time Capsule, which was placed at Emirates Stadium during the ground's construction on October 28, 2004 and includes all sorts of Arsenal artefacts, including a lock of Charlie George's hair.
Next to the Time Capsule is the following motto: "The deeper the foundations, the stronger the fortress".
Thousands of hopefuls flocked to the stadium for X-Factor auctions in April.
Emirates Stadium set a new record for the highest attendance in an FA Youth Cup game as 38,187 - virtually the old capacity of Highbury - saw Arsenal beat Manchester United 1-0 in the Semi-Final first leg on March 14.
Emirates Stadium has hosted Tribute Nights for Pat Rice and Ken Friar.
Cesc Fabregas' strike against Manchester City in the 3-1 win on April 17 was Arsenal's 50th goal in competitive football at Emirates.
At the insistence of Arsène Wenger, the walls from the main entrance to the dressing room area are adorned with iconic Arsenal images of players past and present.
The new Microsoft Windows Vista system was launched at Emirates Stadium.
A total of 54,893 programmes were used for the first Premiership game at Emirates Stadium - that's 94.31 per cent of the stadium's capacity. The next highest figure was 41,468 for the visit of Manchester United. Arsenal's programme was named Football Programme Directories Premiership Programme of the Year and Programme of the Year for all divisions.
London Mayor Ken Livingstone attended a London 2012 Olympics organisational day at the ground.
Arsenal's 6-2 victory against Blackburn on December 23 is the Club's biggest win at Emirates Stadium. It is also the highest-scoring match played at the ground.Copyright 2015 The Arsenal Football Club plc. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to www.arsenal.com as the source