Arsenal pre-season fixtures: Who do the Gunners play before the Premier League starts?
A look at every pre-season fixture involving Arsenal
Wednesday 23 July 2014
Arsene Wenger's side will once again compete in the Emirates Cup as part of their pre-season preparations.
Arsenal beat Boreham Wood by two goals to nil to kick-off their return to action.
They then have an emotional reunion with Theirry Henry in New York as the Gunners head across the pond to play Red Bulls.
Wenger's men will face up against Benfica and Monaco in their home cup tournament, two games that should be entertaining as well as testing.
Arsenal play Crystal Palace at home on the opening day of the new Premier League season.
Check out their schedule below...
Saturday July 26: New York Red Bulls, Red Bull Arena, New York
Saturday August 2: Benfica, Emirates - Emirates Cup
Sunday August 3: AS Monaco, Emirates - Emirates Cup
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