Sunday, May 5, 2006 was an historic day at Highbury as the Club said goodbye after 93 years to the famous old stadium. Re-live some of the highlights of Highbury and Arsenal as we remember some of those special moments in Arsenal and Highbury History.
Browse through some of the key events below or by using the interactive flash timeline above.
Dial Square are formed
A hat-trick of trophies
Arsenal move to Highbury
Herbert Chapman takes charge at Arsenal
Arsenal complete a hat-trick of Championship titles
Arsenal win the League and F.A.Cup Double
Arsenal beat local rivals Tottenham Hotspur 5-0 at White Hart Lane
Former Arsenal player George Graham takes the helm
Arsenal needed to win by 2 clear goals against Liverpool at Anfield to win the championship ... Arsenal won 2-0, with goals from Alan Smith and 'It's up for grabs now'... Michael Thomas. Taking the title back to Highbury.
Just two years on, Champions once more
F.A. and League Cup Double Winners
In steps Arsene Wenger
Arsenal legend Ian Wright scores 187 goals for Arsenal, surpassing Cliff Bastin's long standing record
League and F.A. Cup Double winners once more
Arsenal clinch the double at Old Trafford
Arsenal go the entire season without losing a Premiership game. Winning the league title at White Hart Lane. The team, later dubbed 'The Invincibles'
Farewell to Highbury ... 93 years, a hat full of great achievements and memories. Going out in style with a 4-2 win over Wigan and a hat-trick for Arsenal legend Thierry Henry
24th September - Highbury Square is completed and is officially opened.