Former Arsenal striker Thierry Henry has announced his retirement from football a 20-year career. Here, we take a look back over his illustrious time at the top of the game.
1977: Born August 17 in Paris.
1990: Joins French first division side Monaco as a 13-year-old.
1994: Makes top-flight debut against Nice on August 31, aged 17.
1996: December - Signs pre-contract with Real Madrid, who approach player through agent not registered with FIFA. The world body fines both player and Spanish club and annul agreement.
1997: May - Monaco win Ligue 1 title, with Henry having scored nine goals in 36 matches.
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1/11 Jens Lehmann
German goalkeeper, who played every match of the unbeaten run rejoined the club on loan in 2011, coming out of retirement. Now aged 44 and retired for a second time
Right back retired in 2010 after playing in the Spanish second division for Cordoba
3/11 Sol Campbell
Rejoined Arsenal in 2010 before finishing his career at Newcastle in 2011
4/11 Kolo Toure
Now at Liverpool after leaving Arsenal to sign for Manchester City
5/11 Ashley Cole
Went on to win more major honours at Chelsea, including the Champions League, but out of contract with the Blues in the summer and joined Roma
6/11 Robert Pires
Happily retired now but can occasionally be seen training with the Gunners
7/11 Patrick Vieira
Currently U-21 coach at Manchester City
8/11 Gilberto Silva
Plays for Atletico Minieiro in Brazil. Still trains with Arsenal during off-season
9/11 Freddie Ljungberg
Retired from the game in 2012 after stint in Japan
10/11 Dennis Bergkamp
Assistant manager to Frank de Boer at Ajax
11/11 Thierry Henry
Rejoined Arsenal in 2012 on loan from New York Red Bulls, but announced his retirement from the game in December 2014 after his contract expires
October 11 - Wins first French cap in friendly against South Africa in Lens.
1998: Plays for France in World Cup finals, scoring three goals in six matches, but remains on bench in 3-0 victory over Brazil in July 12 final.
1999: January 18 - Signs for Italian giants Juventus.
August 3 - Signs for Arsenal for £10.5million.
September 9 - Nets first goal for Gunners after coming on as substitute in victory at Southampton.
2000: June - Scores three times in five games in French Euro 2000 success, including the opener in semi-final clash with Portugal.
2002:June 6 - Sent off for a late tackle against Uruguay during France's disappointing World Cup defence.
2003: April 27 - Named PFA Player of the Year.
2004: April 16 - Scores four against Leeds in the Premier League, taking him to 150 goals for Arsenal.
April 25 - Named PFA Player of the Year for second year in a row on the day Arsenal clinch title with 2-2 draw at Tottenham.
2005: October 18 - Equals Ian Wright's Arsenal record of 185 goals in a Champions League game against Sparta Prague, then scores a second to break the mark.
2006: May - Signs four-year deal following speculation linking him with Barcelona.
July - Ends the World Cup with three goals, with France losing the final to Italy on penalties.
2007: Feb 3 - Scores 226th and final goal for Gunners in a league draw against Middlesbrough.
June 25 - Signs for Barcelona for £16.1million.
September 19 - Scores his first goal for his new club in a 3-0 Champions League win over Lyon.
2009: May - Wins league, cup and Champions League treble with Barca.
November 18 - Earns widespread condemnation when he uses his hand in the build-up to crucial goal for France in their World Cup play-off against the Republic of Ireland. The goal books France's place in South Africa.
2010:January 18 - Fifa announces it will take no disciplinary action against Henry over handball.
June 20 - Part of the France squad which refuses to train after Nicolas Anelka was sent home following a bust-up with coach Raymond Domenech during a poor World Cup in South Africa.
July 14 - Joins MLS side New York Red Bulls on a "multi-year" contract.
July 15 - Confirms retirement from French national team, having scored 51 goals in 123 appearances.
August 28 - Scores first MLS goal in a 2-0 victory over San Jose Earthquakes.
2011: January 11 - Arsenal confirm Henry is training at the club during the MLS off-season but no agreement to sign the player is reached.
November 17 - Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger confirms Henry is back training with the club.
December 10 - Arsenal unveil a bronze statue of Henry outside the Emirates Stadium as part of the club's 125th anniversary celebrations.
December 30 - Wenger confirms Henry will sign a two-month deal if an insurance agreement can be reached.
2012: January 6, 2012 - After training with Arsenal during MLS off-season, Henry re-signs for Gunners on a two-month loan deal. Makes his second Arsenal debut as a substitute against Leeds in FA Cup third round and scores the only goal of the tie. Scores the winning goal in stoppage time in a 2-1 win over Sunderland in his final league match on loan.
February 17 - Returns to New York Red Bulls to prepare for the new season and goes on to help them become champions of the regular season - the club's first major trophy in their 17-year history.
2014: December 1 - Leaves New York Red Bulls after four and a half years at the club.
December 16 - Announces retirement from football after glittering career and a new role as a pundit with Sky Sports.
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