Arsenal have played at Wembley a massive 49 times in our history.
This includes cup games, finals, Champions League matches and Community Shields.
16 of these have been FA Cup finals, nine of which we’ve won.
Six have been Champions League matches, with our most recent being against Fiorentina in 1999/2000, which we lost 1-0.
Arsenal’s most recent trip to Wembley was the Community Shield in 2015, in which we faced Chelsea and won 1-0.
There are obviously a few results we’d rather forget. The 4-2 loss against Barcelona in the Champions League, for example. Or our 2-1 loss to Birmingham in the Carling Cup. Although the latter result is probably viewed as less hurtful, that mix up between Wojciech Szczesny and Laurent Koscielny will haunt me forever.
During our last four trips to Wembley, we’ve had success. We beat Hull 3-2 in order to secure our first trophy, the FA Cup, for nine years. We then beat Premiership winners, Manchester City 3-0 in the Community Shield. The following season, we won the FA Cup again, thrashing Aston Villa 4-0, and then later beating Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea in the Community Shield.
Having played 49 games at Wembley, we’ve won a total of 25 – just over half. We’ve Lost 18 and drawn six. We’ve scored 75 and let in 50.
Well, we’ve won more than we’ve lost, that’s good, right?
Tony Adams and Nigel Winterburn are the Arsenal players who’ve made the most Wembley appearances (24). Meanwhile, Reg Lewis, a forward who played for Arsenal between 1935 and 1953, has scored the most goals. Six.