Joe Lievesley made his Arsenal debut in the Club's first ever game at Highbury in September 1913.
The goalkeeper joined from Sheffield United in June that year and was a regular in the first team for two seasons.
|Arsenal Career||1913 - 1915|
|Appearances||75 (75 starts, 0 as a sub)|
Lievesley, who won international honours with England at his former club, also played in the Club's final match as Woolwich Arsenal and made 75 starts after ousting Hugh McDonald upon his arrival.
He made his final appearance on the final day of the 1914/15 season and kept a clean sheet as Arsenal beat Nottingham Forest 7-0 at Highbury.