Season-by-Season Results

  • promoted, relegated, Cup Qualifier
Season-by-Season Results Table
Season Squad Country Comp LgRank Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
2019-2020Arsenaleng ENG1. Premier League7th5221880860,274Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang - 5Bernd Leno
2018-2019Arsenaleng ENG1. Premier League5th38217107351+227059,899Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang - 22Bernd Leno→ UEFA Europa League via league finish
2017-2018Arsenaleng ENG1. Premier League6th38196137451+236359,323Alexandre Lacazette - 14Petr Čech→ UEFA Europa League via league finish
2016-2017Arsenaleng ENG1. Premier League5th3823697744+337559,957Alexis Sánchez - 24Petr Čech→ UEFA Europa League via cup win
2015-2016Arsenaleng ENG1. Premier League2nd38201176536+297159,944Olivier Giroud - 16Petr Čech→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2014-2015Arsenaleng ENG1. Premier League3rd3822977136+357559,992Alexis Sánchez - 16David Ospina→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2013-2014Arsenaleng ENG1. Premier League4th3824776841+277960,013Olivier Giroud - 16Wojciech Szczęsny→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2012-2013Arsenaleng ENG1. Premier League4th38211077237+357360,079Theo Walcott - 14Wojciech Szczęsny→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2011-2012Arsenaleng ENG1. Premier League3rd38217107449+257060,000Robin van Persie - 30Wojciech Szczęsny→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2010-2011Arsenaleng ENG1. Premier League4th38191187243+296860,025Robin van Persie - 18Wojciech Szczęsny→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2009-2010Arsenaleng ENG1. Premier League3rd3823698341+427559,927Cesc Fàbregas - 15Manuel Almunia→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2008-2009Arsenaleng ENG1. Premier League4th38201266837+317260,040Robin van Persie - 11Manuel Almunia→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2007-2008Arsenaleng ENG1. Premier League3rd38241137431+438360,070Emmanuel Adebayor - 24Manuel Almunia→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2006-2007Arsenaleng ENG1. Premiership4th38191186335+286860,140Robin van Persie - 11Jens Lehmann→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2005-2006Arsenaleng ENG1. Premiership4th38207116831+376738,184Thierry Henry - 27Jens Lehmann→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2004-2005Arsenaleng ENG1. Premiership2nd3825858736+518337,979Thierry Henry - 25Jens Lehmann→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2003-2004Arsenaleng ENG1. Premiership1st38261207326+479038,079Thierry Henry - 30Jens Lehmann→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2002-2003Arsenaleng ENG1. Premiership2nd3823968542+437838,042Thierry Henry - 24David Seaman→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2001-2002Arsenaleng ENG1. Premiership1st3826937936+438738,055Thierry Henry - 24David Seaman→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2000-2001Arsenaleng ENG1. Premiership2nd38201086338+257037,974Thierry Henry - 17David Seaman→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
1999-2000Arsenaleng ENG1. Premiership2nd3822797343+307338,033Thierry Henry - 17David Seaman→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
1998-1999Arsenaleng ENG1. Premiership2nd38221245917+427838,023Nicolas Anelka - 17David Seaman→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
1997-1998Arsenaleng ENG1. Premiership1st3823966833+357838,053Dennis Bergkamp - 16David Seaman→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
1996-1997Arsenaleng ENG1. Premiership3rd38191186232+306837,821Ian Wright - 23David Seaman→ UEFA Cup via league finish
1995-1996Arsenaleng ENG1. Premiership5th38171294932+176332,614Ian Wright - 15David Seaman→ UEFA Cup via league finish
1994-1995Arsenaleng ENG1. Premiership12th421312175349+45135,062Ian Wright - 18David Seaman
1993-1994Arsenaleng ENG1. Premiership4th42181775328+257130,492Ian Wright - 23David Seaman→ UEFA Cup Winners' Cup
1992-1993Arsenaleng ENG1. Premiership10th421511164038+25624,403Ian Wright - 15David Seaman→ European Cup Winners' Cup via cup win

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