James Buchan's Woolwich Arsenal debut was also the Club's first-ever match in the First Division.
Buchan joined from Hibernian in April 1904 having won the Scottish Cup and league title with the Edinburgh-based club.
|Arsenal Career||1904 - 1905|
|Appearances||8 (8 starts, 0 as a sub)|
He started as the Gunners lost 3-0 to Newcastle on the opening day of the 1904/05 season but lost his place in early October.
A fringe player from then on, Buchan played eight times over the campaign before transferring to First Division rivals Manchester City in March 1905.
He later played for Motherwell.