Starting under the reign of Herbert Chapman, Arsenal have played a series of friendlies with Glasgow Rangers at both Ibrox and Highbury between 1933/34 and 2003/04.
Chapman was great friends with Bill Struth at Rangers, who was instrumental in the first ‘Game of Champions’ in September 1933.
This is an original menu from the second fixture, which took placed at Highbury that same year.
Rangers would run out 3 – 1 winners, also winning the opening match 2 – 0 at Ibrox a week earlier.
The menu is unsigned, but does include a number of drawings including those seen in the photo above – but sadly there is no clue as to who the artist was.
At the dinner Chapman and Samuel Hill Wood were given the French Medal of Physical Culture by M. Ducos on behalf of the French Government.
Diners were treated to Petite Marmite, Grouse Pudding and Haggis among other things!