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The Cup winning sets can also be found on the Football - FA Cup Finals page and the Vintage Style sets can be found on the Football - Vintage Style page.
These are 18 card sets representing The Gunners' cup triumphs
Arsenal faced Huddersfield in the 1932 final. Goals from Alex James and Jack Lambert were enough for victory.
A single goal from Ted Drake was enough to see off Sheffield United.
Tom Whittaker's Gunners took the title in 1948 captained by Joe Mercer. Ronnie Rooke top scored with 33 goals.
Sporting a unique Gold and white Strip Arsenal faced Liverpool at Wembley for the FA Cup. Liverpool had achieved the double over the Gunners in the league but this was Arsenal's day as Reg Lewis bagged a brace of goal to bring the trophy to Highbury.
Led By Tom Whittaker The Gunners won their second post war league title. Joe Mercer captained the side while Doug Lishman top scored with 22 goals.
Arsenal faced Anderlecht of Belgium over two legs for the trophy. A vital away goal from Ray Kennedy set them on the path to victory where they triumphed at Highbury.
Bertie Mee took the Gunners to the League and FA Cup double in 1970-71. Ray Kennedy found the net 19 times.
Arsenal faced Liverpool in the hot sun at Wembley. After a gruelling 90 minutes Liverpool wenta ahead in extra time but goals from Eddie Kelly and Charlie George gave The Gunners the League and Cup double.
1979 at Wembley saw one of the most sensational cup finals ever. Talbot and Stapleton had given Arsenal a 2 goal lead but with minutes left Manchester United scored twice. The drama was not over however as Alan Sunderland scored a sensational last minute winner for Arsenal.
Two goals from Champagne Charlie Nicholas against Liverpool cancelled out Ian Rush's opener to send the trophy to Highbury.
Arsenal faced Sheffield Wednesday for the trophy and came from behind to run out 2-1 winners with goals from Paul Merson and Steve Morrow.
The Gunners were forced into a replay by Sheffield wednesday. Ian wright scored in both matches and the replay was going to extra time until Andy Linighan headed in a last minute winner for arsenal.
Alan Smith secured the trophy for Arsenal with an early goal against parma of Italy.
Arsene Wenger led Arsenal to their first title since 1989. The Gunners were captained by the legendary Tony Adams as Dennis Bergkamp hit 16 goals.
1998 was a great year for The Gunners. Tony Adams had lead them the the League Title and they now faced a tricky Newcastle United side for the chance of another League and Cup double. Arsenal saw off the Magpies in style with a goal a piece from Marc Overmars and Nicolas Anelka.
Arsenal took the 2001-02 title under the management of Arsene Wenger. Tony Adams led the team again as the Mercurial Thierry Henry scored 24 goals.
Arsenal faced fierce London Rivals Chelsea in Cardiff and it took two wonder strikes from Ray Parlour and Freddie Ljungberg to see them off and have the cup back in the Arsenal Trophy cabinet.
Arsene Wenger's Arsenal became the first team to complete a season unbeaten since 1889. Patrick Vieira was the captain as Thierry Henry hit 30 goals for the "Invincibles".
After a very tense final Arsenal were taken to penalties by Manchester United. Keeper Jens Lehmann saved from Scholes in the resulting penalty shootout and it was down to Skipper Patrick Vieira to score the winner.
The Gunners faced Hull City for the 2014 trophy and fought back from 2-0 down with goals from Santi Cazorla and Laurent Kocsielny to take the game to extra time where Aaron Ramsey hit the winner.
A brilliant performance from Arsenal against Aston Villa as they won the FA Cup for a record 12th time. Goals from Walcott, Sanchez, Mertesacker and Giroud saw The Gunners retain the cup.
Arsenal faced London Rivals Chelsea for the trophy and went ahead with an early Alexis Sanchez goal. Diego Costa equalised in the second half but within minutes Aaron Ramsey headed in the winner for the Gunners.
This 9 card set is one of the Vintage Style sets available for most of the top teams of the last 30 years. For other clubs see the Vintage Style Football link at the top left of this page.
Alan Sunderland, Willie Young, Kenny Sansom, John Hollins, Liam Brady, Graham Rix, David O’Leary, Frank Stapleton, Tony Woodcock.