Arsenal FC England 10 - 0 Belgium Standard Liège
Torino Calcio Italy 0 - 1 England Arsenal FC
Paris Saint-Germain France 1 - 2 England Arsenal FC
Arsenal England 1–0 Italy Parma
GK 1 England David Seaman
DF 2 England Lee Dixon
He formed part of the highly-respected Arsenal defence from the late 1980s, throughout the 1990s, until 2002; Capped 22 times for England, scoring once. Lee currently works for the BBC's Match of the Day (and MOTD2) as a football pundit and writes a corresponding column for their website. At one point he had played at 91 out of the 92 Football League grounds - every one except Craven Cottage. In retirement, Dixon has concentrated on several business interests including the Riverside Brasserie in Bray, Berkshire, originally with his friend Heston Blumenthal. He tries to play golf daily, aiming to reduce his golf handicap to Level at Woburn club. He is also making his name as a pundit for the BBC, appearing on Match of the Day, Score, and Football Focus.
DF 3 England Nigel Winterburn
Winterburn, now retired, lives in Weston Turville, near Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire with his wife and three children. He now works as a pundit on the game. When interviewed, Winterburn hinted that he wants to be a coach.
"The thing I'd really like to be is a defensive coach. If that meant working part-time with one club or several clubs I wouldn't mind, even in the lower leagues or a non-league club. I have a passion for the art of defending. A lot of people say 'oh that's not the exciting part of the game' and that may be so, but it's still an important part. If I could go off and do something along those lines, along with the media stuff I'm doing, that would be the perfect world for me at the moment."
MF 4 England Paul Davis
Davis works for the Professional Footballers' Association as their Football Development Officer, encouraging black players to take up coaching qualifications, having been a youth coach at Arsenal up until 2003. The Show Racism the Red Card Campaign for 2009 got off to a great start with two high-profile events – and with Paul Davis, Arsenal legend and lately PFA Regional Coach, being inducted into their Hall of Fame.
DF 5 England Steve Bould
DF 6 England Tony Adams
The former manager of English Premier League side Portsmouth. Adams has served as a part-time Arsenal scout starting while he was at Feyenoord, watching games in Italy, France, and the Netherlands.
FW 7 England Kevin Campbell
In 2003 Campbell announced that he had invested money into his own record label, "2 Wikid". He is now the co-owner of a security company, named "T1 Protection", specialising in supplying bodyguards to celebrities and other wealthy customers whilst they are traveling abroad. The company also offer regular security patrols of clients' properties. He also commentates with Asia-based TEN Sports for their Premier League and Champions League coverages.
MF 8 Northern Ireland Steve Morrow
He also coached FC Dallas in the MLS from 2006 to 2008. He has this to say about soccer in United States,
"The U.S. has one of the most competitive youth soccer markets in the world and there is an incredibly high standard of soccer coaches and programs available. However, Arsenal Soccer Schools' 20 years of experience has enabled us to establish one of the leading soccer educational programs worldwide,"
FW 9 England Alan Smith
He now works as a media pundit.Writes in the Telegraph.
MF 10 England Paul Merson Substituted off in the 86th minute 86'
Merson has since decided to forge a career as a Sky Sports pundit. In August 2006 he also commenced a column for the official Arsenal FC magazine. He continues to play for the England Legends, a 16-man squad of former internationals who have played Italy, Germany, Scotland, Ireland and The Rest of The World. Merson also has commentated on Arabic channels, again covering the EPL. These are all recorded in London, not abroad. Merson can also be found on Twitter.
MF 11 England Ian Selley
Former Arsenal player Ian Selley is loving the chance to pass on his vast experience of the game to youngsters at Havant and Waterlooville.
GK 13 England Alan Miller
Miller and his brother Gary set up the appropriately-named 'Tailormade', which is proving highly successful. "There are three main parts to the business - yacht charter around the Balearic Islands, apartment and villa rentals and executive car hire, although we can arrange just about any activity," explained Miller. "We can do anything from organising a two-bedroom apartment to private jet hire, literally taking care of everything from when you close your front door at home to arriving at your holiday accommodation."
DF 12 England Andy Linighan
Retired completely from the game to run his own plumbing business.
MF 14 Republic of Ireland Eddie McGoldrick Substituted on in the 86th minute 86'
He is now an Academy Staff coach at Northampton FC.
MF 15 England Ray Parlour
"The Romford Pelé" is now a pundit on television, as well as on radio stations BBC Radio 5 Live and Talksport, and is a professional poker player. Parlour has emerged as one of the most influential players for The England Legends, a 16-man squad of former internationals who have played Italy, Germany, Scotland, Ireland and The Rest of The World. Ray was in Malaysia recently playing in the annual EPL Masters.
FW 16 Scotland Paul Dickov
The combative Scot who is known as "The Pest" or "The Wasp" is currently playing for Leeds United.
Scotland George Graham
Concentrating on his career as a football pundit for Sky Sports. He had this to say about winning the European Cup Winners Cup in 1994 against a world-class Parma side.
"Winning the European Cup Winners' Cup in Copenhagen was also magnificent – we were real underdogs against a very good Parma team full of international players like Zola. We were so much the underdogs, with injuries and everything. That was a fantastic performance and result, to win that one."
GK 1 Italy Luca Bucci
DF 2 Italy Antonio Benarrivo
DF 3 Italy Alberto Di Chiara
MF 4 Italy Lorenzo Minotti
DF 5 Italy Luigi Apolloni
DF 6 Argentina Roberto Sensini
FW 7 Sweden Tomas Brolin
MF 8 Italy Gabriele Pin Substituted off in the 71st minute 71'
MF 9 Italy Massimo Crippa
FW 10 Italy Gianfranco Zola
FW 11 Colombia Faustino Asprilla
GK 12 Italy Marco Ballotta
DF 13 Italy Roberto Maltagliati
DF 14 Italy David Balleri
MF 15 Italy Daniele Zoratto
FW 16 Italy Alessandro Melli Substituted on in the 71st minute 71'
Italy Nevio Scala