December 3, 2022

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We’re pleased to announce our men’s first-team will play Juventus in a friendly match at Emirates Stadium on Saturday, December 17, kicking off at 6pm GMT.
The fixture against the Italian giants forms an important part of our preparations for the return of Premier League action against West Ham United on Boxing Day.  
Members can get their tickets online
Last week, we confirmed that our men’s first-team squad will travel to Dubai for a training camp and fixtures against Lyon and AC Milan in the Dubai Super Cup during December.  
“We’re looking forward to hosting Juventus at the Emirates,” said Mikel Arteta. “Our supporters have been magnificent this season. They’ve created such a strong connection with the team and it’ll be fantastic to rekindle that spirit before competitive action starts up again.
“Lyon, AC Milan and Juventus will provide strong opposition – it’ll be a great test for us ahead of the restart.”  
Information about streaming options for our all our matches in December will be released in due course.
Friday, November 25 at 10am (UK) until 3pm on Monday, November 28 
Tuesday, November 29 at 10am (UK) 
Any tickets remaining following the Friends and Family sale will be made available to supporters who have purchased a ticket since the start of the 2019/20 season at 10am on Thursday, December 1. If you bought a ticket before this point and would like to purchase, please contact us via our Enquiry Form.
Please note, booking fees apply to all ticket sales
Tickets are restricted to Arsenal Members 
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Our under-21s are back in Premier League Cup action this weekend against Swansea City and you can stream the whole game for free on and the official app.
Mehmet Ali’s side lead the pack in Premier League 2, having gone 11 games unbeaten. We’re also yet to record a loss in the Premier League Cup, where we remain top of Group G with seven points from three games played. The last time we met Swansea City’s U21s was in August, and goals from Joel Ideho and Cedric were enough to secure a 2-1 win.
Last weekend’s frustrating draw with Stoke City in the competition, coupled with our first loss of the season against Stevenage in the Papa Johns Trophy on Tuesday, means that Mehmet Ali’s young charges will be determined to get back to winning ways at the weekend. 
All the action against Swansea can be watched live from 1.55pm UK time on Saturday – just tune in to or the official app to support our Gunners. 
If watching on the app, please ensure you’ve updated to the latest version beforehand for the best possible experience – iOS / Android
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