As the Premier League season begins to wind down, the European Cup competitions are only just heating up. Arsenal qualified for the Europa League quarter-finals after beating Rennes 4-3 on aggregate. We’ve delved into the Gunners’ European record and give you a quick recap of how they did.

The Gunners have never won a modern European cup, with their only European honours being the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup in 1970, which was abolished the very next year, and the European Cup Winners’ Cup in 1994, which was abolished in 1999.

But, they have a pretty decent record against Italian sides, having played Italian teams 35 times in their history in European football. Arsenal have won 18 times, drawn nine and been beaten eight times, boasting a 51% win rate.

As Arsenal prepare to face Napoli in the Europa League quarter-final first leg this Thursday, we’ve had a look at their European history and how they’ve fared in the competitions.

Yes, add it to the trophy cabinet.

No, out we go.