Actually, you might as well talk about your first couple of games or whatever at highbury. It's probably more interesting. My first was Arsenal v Liverpool and I was a junior gooner! I was in awe of Hihbury, it looked so huge and I loved going down St Thomas's Road (or however you spell it) and Avenell Road with all the supporters milling around. I could barely speak. I went with a mate and his dad (my mate used to suppport Manure since his dad did and was from Bolton). Strangely though, I sat in the North Bank and not the Junior family enclosure. Maybe it didn't exist at the time. I could barely see for a lot of the game because of these tall men who seemed to always be ooooooooohing and aaaaaaaaaaaaarghing. I remember they always stood up when the Arsenal were close to the area and so I would never had seen the goals. As you can guess, it was nil nil final score. These were the days when McManaman and Fowler were still at Liverpool and I recognised Steve from the Premier League sticker book. Other than that, I can't remember much else from that day. It is the same with Arsenal-Scum in 96 or 97. Atmosphere was electric. I was still a junior gooner and I went with other mates and one of their dads and this time we were in the family enclosure. I had the same rush of exhiliration when we walked up to Highbury. In awe of all the big men (Arsenal hooligans :wink: ). Great game but when Tottenham scored it was obviously bad. Actually, being a kid I didn't realise how crap it is to lose to your rivals but I was ecstatic when Adams scored in the 88th minute and then Bergkamp. His goal was on the goal of the month competiton on MOTD. I was right where he shot, in the West Stand and I was amazed at how close I was to an Arsenal Hero. It was fantastic, despite the rain pissing us off. What were your first games like peeps?