As we approach the final curtain at our famous old stadium, it's time to reflect on 93 years of Highbury history. And as ever, we wanted the fans to have their say.

Last week, we asked you to choose your favourite goal and greatest moment at Highbury. Over the past seven days, registered members of the Club's official website have been voting.

Now it's time to reveal the results. Read on to find out which Highbury moment and which Highbury goal will be most fondly remembered by the fans.

Greatest Highbury Moment

1st. Tony Adams celebration against Everton - 1998
Steve Bould flicks an exquisite through ball to Adams who lashes home a shot from outside the area. That is an incredible sentence when you think about. The fact that these two conjured up this goal on the day Arsenal took the title was just so poignant.

2nd. Arsène Wenger and the 'unbeaten season' T-shirt - 2004
Having just achieved an unbeaten season that was unprecedented in the modern era, the lap of honour was something to behold. In front of the North Bank, the Arsenal manager was thrown a T-shirt from the crowd. On the front it ridiculed remarks attributed to the Arsenal manager the previous season when it was wrongly reported he said his side could go unbeaten through that campaign. Having achieved the feat a year later, Wenger's grin was something to behold.

3rd. Arsenal 3 Anderlecht 0 - 1970
Bertie Mee's side trailed 3-1 from the first leg but stormed back on an incredible. It was Arsenal's first trophy for 17 years and, some say, the victory that laid the foundation for the Double that followed the next years.

Greatest Highbury Goal

1st. Thierry Henry v Manchester United, October 1, 2000
At the time Arsenal and United were THE big rivals in the Premiership, and it took something special to separate them. Well, this was something special. When Thierry Henry received the ball 25 yards out with his back to goal and Gary Neville in close attention, United looked in no danger. An instant later, Henry flicked the ball up, span and fired a dipping volley over Fabien Barthez and into the top corner.

2nd. Thierry Henry v Liverpool, April 9, 2004
The problem: Arsenal had tumbled out of the FA Cup and Champions League in the space of three days, and now their title credentials were being stretched to the limit by Liverpool, who had led twice at Highbury. The solution: Thierry Henry collects the ball just inside the visitors' half and slaloms past three challenges before slipping the ball under Jerzy Dudek to put Arsenal ahead for the first time. The Gunners never look back and complete an unbeaten Premiership season.

3rd. Dennis Bergkamp v Bolton Wanderers, May 5, 1996
With six minutes remaining on the final day of the campaign, Arsenal need a goal to clinch a place in the UEFA Cup. Step forward Dennis Bergkamp. The Dutch master drops deep to collect a pass from David Platt, turns, advances to the edge of the box and unleashes an unstoppable shot into the top corner. A perfect way to cap your debut season in English football and a sign of things to come.

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