Tuesday night's defeat
was only the second time that Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has lost a competitive match against lower-league opposition since taking over in September 1996. The previous occasion came when Championship side
Burnley beat a youthful Arsenal 2-0 in the last eight of the League Cup in December 2008.
Bradford have won nine successive penalty shoot-outs - more than any other English side in history. Carlisle were the last team to get the better of the Bantams in a penalty shoot-out,
winning 4-3 in the first round of the League Cup in August 2006.
the number of league places separating Premier League Arsenal and League Two Bradford.
Total number of international caps in Arsenal's starting XI.
the number of days since the sides last met. Arsenal
won 2-0 at Highbury with goals from Lauren and Ray Parlour
in the Premier League in January 2001. David Seaman, Lee Dixon and Dennis Bergkamp were also in the starting XI.
Cost of Bradford's team in transfer fees. Only one player,
James Hanson from non-league Guiseley,
commanded a transfer fee. By contrast Arsenal's starting XI cost in excess of £65m.
Bradford's sell-out crowd for the match, their biggest since 1960 and a rise of 13,624 on the attendance
for Saturday's win over Torquay.
- the amount that Bradford estimate to have made from the match, enough to wipe out half of their projected £600,000 overspend on player wages for the season.