What is Arsenal’s biggest win of all time?

FT Desk
  • FT Desk
  • 12 Mar 2022 22:06 CET
  • 3 min read
FT Desk 12 Mar 2022 22:06 CET 3 min read
Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger

Arsenal may not have won the Premier League title since 2004 or a European trophy since 2004, but the London club are one of the sport’s most famous sides and have a long and famous history.

As such, over the years Arsenal and their loyal fans across the world have enjoyed numerous victories across every competition that they compete in.

So what have been Arsenal’s biggest and most famous victories over the course of their 135 year history?

This page will showcase Arsenal’s record victories in the major competitions.

What is Arsenal’s biggest ever win in history?

Arsenal’s biggest ever win was a victory over Darwen when the London side won 11-1 at Highbury Stadium in the 1931/1932 FA Cup.

What is Arsenal’s biggest ever home win in history?

The 11-1 win over Darwen in the FA Cup was also Arsenal’s biggest ever home win.

What is Arsenal’s biggest ever away win in history?

Arsenal’s biggest ever away win in the club’s history came in 1935, when the club beat Aston Villa 7-1 in the English first division. And Ted Drake scored every single goal for the club that day.

What is Arsenal’s biggest ever Premier League win in history?

To date, Arsenal’s biggest ever win in the Premier League was a 7-0 victory over Everton in May 2005.

What is Arsenal’s biggest ever European win in history?

The London club’s biggest every win in a European competition came in the 2007/08 season, when Arsenal beat Slavia Prague in the Champions League. The club have also repeated the very same result against Standard Liege in the Cup Winners’ Cup.

What is Arsenal’s biggest ever Champions League win in history?

Arsenal’s biggest ever Champions League win was also the aforementioned victory over Slavia Prague in the 2007/08 season.