Noah Carberry from Enfield was Arsenal's mascot for the Premiership match against Manchester City at Highbury on 22 October, 2005.
He lives at home with his mum Eileen, dad Michael and three sisters Kim, Rosheer and Michaela.
The seven-year-old met the Arsenal squad before the match and led the team out at Highbury before having his picture taken with Dennis Bergkamp. Arsenal won 1-0, with Robert Pires scoring the winner from the penalty spot after Henry had been fouled inside the area.
In his spare time, Noah enjoys swimming, watching the Simpsons on TV, and of course - football.
His favourite player is Jose Antonio Reyes and his favourite subjects at school are Maths, Art and PE.
Noah enjoys playing football himself and currently represents St. Mary's Youth - a team coached by his dad.
"I am really excited to be Arsenal's mascot," said Noah.
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