As 2014 draws to a close, we take a look at the most memorable moments from the last 12 months for Arsenal.
It's hard to consider the top Arsenal moments without including the celebrations at the end of Arsenal's 1-0 win over North London rivals Tottenham in March.
Goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny paraded around White Hart Lane taking 'selfies' whilst forward Lukas Podolski jumped into the Arsenal crowd to celebrate as Arsenal once again beat their biggest enemies.
It's another game, another win over Tottenham and another memorable moment for Gunners fans. After being stretched off injured, winger Theo Walcott received a torrent of abuse from Spurs fans inside the Emirates Stadium, but reminded them of who was in front, gesturing over the 2-0 scoreline.
Fans wanted a big name signing in the summer, and that's just what they got in Alexis Sanchez. The Chilean arrived from Barcelona in July, with Arsene Wenger forking out £32m to sign him.
"I'm so happy to be joining a club which has a great manager, a fantastic squad of players and huge support around the world," said Sanchez. "I'm looking forward to playing in the Premier League and Champions League."
With 14 goals seven assists in 24 games, it's fair to say that landing Sanchez was one of the top Arsenal moments in 2014.
Almost two months after Sanchez signed, Wenger made another big splash in the transfer market, this time spendin £16m on Manchester United striker Danny Welbeck.
Welbeck has so far notched seven goals and two assists in 23 games, and whilst his record could be better, the England international is already something of a fan's favourite at the Emirates Stadium.
With Arsenal's Champions League qualification guaranteed, they sent out something of a weakened side against Galatasaray in their final group game.
The 4-1 win in Turkey was impressive, but fans were treated to one of the goals of the season, with Aaron Ramsey firing home a remarkable left footed drive into the top corner from 30 yards.
The drought is over!
The big highlight of the year for Arsenal fans has to be the end to the trophy drought, with the Gunners coming from 2-0 down to beat Hull City 3-2 in the FA Cup final.
That was their first piece of silverware since 2005, and they followed that up by beating Manchester City 3-0 in the Community Shield - a huge boost for the trophy-stared fans as we head into 2015.
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