Arsenal Champions League fixtures 2014/15: Gunners begin with tricky trip to Borussia Dortmund
Group D will be far from plain sailing for Arsenal
Arsenal begin their 17th consecutive Champions League campaign with a tough away match against Borussia Dortmund in Group D on 16 September.
The Gunners, who also take on Galatasaray and Anderlecht, finish their group stage action against Galatasaray in Turkey on 9 December.
16 Sept - Dortmund (A)
1 Oct - Galatasaray (H)
22 Oct - Anderlecht (A)
4 Nov - Anderlecht (H)
26 Nov - Borussia Dortmund (H)
9 Dec - Galatasaray (A)
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