The new Arsenal Museum at Emirates Stadium will open this month and we have five pairs of tickets to attend an exclusive preview night on Thursday, October 12, 2006.

The museum promises to offer visitors a state-of-the-art experience which details the illustrious 120 year history of London's most successful football club. It includes a spectacular legends theatre as well as over a dozen fully-interactive sections which include Championship winning managers, The Invincibles, The Arsenal Spirit, Highbury Stadium and much more.

Along with old exhibits (such as Michael Thomas' boots from Anfield '89 and Charlie George's 1971 FA Cup Final shirt), players past and present have made new memorabilia donations. These include the shirts worn by goal-scorers Jon Sammels and Alan Smith in the 1970 Fairs Cup Final and 1994 European Cup Winners Cup Final victories, medals, shirts and caps belonging to George Graham, David O'Leary, Sammy Nelson, Perry Groves, Lee Dixon, Pat Jennings, Gilberto, Brian Marwood and many others.

The customised trophy presented to the Club by the FA Premier League for remaining unbeaten throughout the 2003/04 season will also be on permanent display here.

To enter the competition, simply tell us the answer to the following question:

Arsenal effectively the 1935 League Championship at Goodison Park on March 16, 1935. What was peculiar about Arsenal goalkeeper Frank Moss' performance?

Email your answer, name and membership number to before midnight on October 8, 2006. Terms and conditions apply.

Stadium tours include a ticket to visit the museum. Alternatively Museum Only tickets can be purchased (all redeemable when the museum opens later this month). Call 020 7704 4504 for further details.


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3 Oct 2006