Full timetable of all 6 of Arsenal’s exciting pre-season schedule

Check out the matches that the Gunners are set to play before the next 2023/24 campaign begins!

Arsenal are preparing for their pre-season campaign with a series of high-profile friendlies.

The Gunners have lined up Monaco as their opponent for the midweek Emirates Cup friendly, set to take place on Wednesday, 2nd August. This match will be the fifth out of six pre-season friendlies for the North London outfit.

The Emirates Cup, traditionally a four-team tournament, will be slimmed down this year due to the ongoing effects of the Covid-19 pandemic. Only the men’s side will participate, as several players from the Arsenal Women’s team are representing their respective countries at the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.

Following the Emirates Cup, Arsenal will head to Wembley to face Manchester City in the Community Shield on 6 August. The Gunners secured their place in the Community Shield as Premier League runners-up, with Manchester City winning the FA Cup final against Manchester United to complete a domestic double.

Here are the scheduled pre-season friendlies for Arsenal:

vs FC Nurnberg at Max-Morlock-Stadion, Nuremberg on 13 July.

vs MLS All-Stars at Audi Field, Washington D.C on 19 July.

vs Manchester United at MetLife Stadium, New York on 22 July.

vs Barcelona at Sofi Stadium, Los Angeles on 26 July.

vs Monaco (Emirates Cup) at Emirates Stadium, London on 2 August (TBC).

vs Manchester City (Community Shield) at Wembley Stadium, London on 6 August.

These matches will provide valuable preparation for Mikel Arteta’s side ahead of the new season, allowing players to regain match fitness and establish team cohesion. Arsenal fans will be eager to see their team in action against top-quality opposition as they gear up for the challenges that lie ahead.

Yash Bisht

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  1. Hopefully Arsenal would have completed the signings of all the new players who they are aspiring to sign this summer. So that they can include them in their squad for their pre-season friendly games. To play and forge proper understandings with the rest of on ground players in the squad. And also assimilate team playing tactics as being coached to them by Arteta before the real business of the new season begins. When Arsenal will play Man City in the Community Charity Shield match at Wwembley. Which prelude the main season opener of the Epl games playing.

    1. Excelente comentario …Lo importante que salgan luego los descartes..ya conocidos especialmente Holding..que no aporta nada y nunca
      Para reforzar la inversión en nuevas y buenas Opciones .y promocionar algún talento de la Academia..aún hay tiempo pero ya deberían empezar a cerrar fichajes importantes esta temporada no será válido para Arteta
      descartar nada para dosificar ningún torneo para dosificar ,si somos grandes debemos apostar a todo y sin excusas…*Querer es poder*

  2. From all indications the game on July 22 in the MetLife Arena will be massive, this place is a fraction bigger than the Emirates.
    A get the feeling if the arena is twice the size due to sheer intrest from both team it will be pack.

    Tickets ranging between US $200 – US $900 already bought am hearing demands for Jerseys with Balogun name to be printed on the back.

    Hopefully their will be Jerseys with Rice, Caicedo and Osimhen printed on as well.

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