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Quiz about The Arsenal
Quiz about The Arsenal

The Arsenal Trivia Quiz


Some random trivia on the Arsenal. If you enjoy it try some of my other Arsenal quizes.

A multiple-choice quiz by r_keve. Estimated time: 7 mins.
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Author
r_keve
Time
7 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
112,481
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
15
Difficulty
Difficult
Avg Score
7 / 15
Plays
1105
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Question 1 of 15
1. Arsenal's famous trademark chant "1-0 to the Arsenal", was sung to the tune of a song by which group? Hint


Question 2 of 15
2. Which has the Arsenal NOT been called at some point in their past?
Hint


Question 3 of 15
3. What comes next in the very repetitive chant that starts, and ends with, "We hate ..."? Hint


Question 4 of 15
4. Who is the most valuable commodity at Arsenal according to Arsenal 'Monopoly'? Hint


Question 5 of 15
5. Who was blasphemously called 'God'? Hint


Question 6 of 15
6. When was Tony Adam jailed for drunk driving? Hint


Question 7 of 15
7. What is missing in the chant sung throughout the summer of 2002, "We won the league, we won the league, we won the league ....". Hint


Question 8 of 15
8. Who was known by all of the following nicknames, as well as many others: Razor, Shirley Temple, Poodle, Ricky, Nurse, Nursey, Massage, Taxi?

Answer: (Two words or just surname)
Question 9 of 15
9. Who was known by his French speaking colleagues as, "la grande saucisse"? Hint


Question 10 of 15
10. What is missing in the popular chant: "Walking along, Singing a song, Walking ..."? Hint


Question 11 of 15
11. Ian Wright set the record for scoring in consecutive appearances in 94/95, how many games set the record? Hint


Question 12 of 15
12. What song does the the tune of the chant "Vieeeeeeira, woh oh oooh oh" come from?

Answer: (One Word)
Question 13 of 15
13. According to the reports at the time, what was David Seaman doing when he broke a bone? Hint


Question 14 of 15
14. If you walked into the players changing rooms and heard someone call out for "H", which squad member's nickname are they using?

Answer: (Two words or just surname)
Question 15 of 15
15. By which four letters do true Arsenal fans know the Arsenal Stadium at Highbury?

Answer: (Four letters (no punctuation))

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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Arsenal's famous trademark chant "1-0 to the Arsenal", was sung to the tune of a song by which group?

Answer: Village People

It was sung to the tune of the Village People's "Go West", although the same track was covered by the Pet Shop Boys.
2. Which has the Arsenal NOT been called at some point in their past?

Answer: Plumstead Arsenal

Plumstead Common was the first ground in 1886, but never included in a name for the team.
3. What comes next in the very repetitive chant that starts, and ends with, "We hate ..."?

Answer: "Tottenham"

A self-explanatory song, although the other options would be hot competition.
4. Who is the most valuable commodity at Arsenal according to Arsenal 'Monopoly'?

Answer: Arsene Wenger

Apparently, and very unfairly David Seaman is on the cheapest square which costs 60 as compared to Wenger's at 1500.
5. Who was blasphemously called 'God'?

Answer: Dennis Bergkamp

For equally obvious reasons he was also called: The Menace, Iceman, Beavis & the Non-flying Dutchman.
6. When was Tony Adam jailed for drunk driving?

Answer: 1990

The legend made his Arsenal debut in 1983, and played his last game in 2002.
7. What is missing in the chant sung throughout the summer of 2002, "We won the league, we won the league, we won the league ....".

Answer: "in Manchester"

The chant of course refers to the 0-1 win against Man United, at Old Trafford on Wednesday 8th May 2002.
8. Who was known by all of the following nicknames, as well as many others: Razor, Shirley Temple, Poodle, Ricky, Nurse, Nursey, Massage, Taxi?

Answer: Ray Parlour

Was also called Romford, Radar, Ooh ahh, Stingray, Reep & Uneasy Ray.
9. Who was known by his French speaking colleagues as, "la grande saucisse"?

Answer: Patrick Vieira

Apparently Henry was called 'Anaconda'. Freud would have had a field day with these guys.
10. What is missing in the popular chant: "Walking along, Singing a song, Walking ..."?

Answer: "in a Bergkamp Wonderland"

The full lyrics are, "There's only one Dennis Bergkamp, there's only one Dennis Bergkamp, walking along, singing this song, walking in a Bergkamp Wonderland", and is usually preceded by some Bergkamp magic.
11. Ian Wright set the record for scoring in consecutive appearances in 94/95, how many games set the record?

Answer: Ten

Wright also held the goal scoring record for Arsenal in the 20th century, which was previously held by Ted Drake. He also beat Cliff Bastin's record of 178 goals for the club, by achieving 184 goals.
12. What song does the the tune of the chant "Vieeeeeeira, woh oh oooh oh" come from?

Answer: Volare

A song with words and tune written by Molina and Mondugno, and has been performed by Dean Martin and the Gipsy Kings, amongst others.
13. According to the reports at the time, what was David Seaman doing when he broke a bone?

Answer: Reaching for a TV remote

Does anyone know if its true, or better still, why he was in such a rush to change channels?
14. If you walked into the players changing rooms and heard someone call out for "H", which squad member's nickname are they using?

Answer: David Seaman

Apparently Seaman's nickname is "H", believed to be an abbreviation for 'Harry Monk', cockney rhyming slang for his alternative nickname... Other sources claim, that it is just a reference to his large head or hands.
15. By which four letters do true Arsenal fans know the Arsenal Stadium at Highbury?

Answer: THOF

T.H.O.F. an acronym for "The Home of Football", which is a sign at Highbury.
Source: Author r_keve

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