After Real Madrid and Juventus, it's bring on West Brom

ARSENAL start their new Premier League campaign with a home clash against newly-promoted West Brom at The Emirates on August 16. The Gunners, who finished without a trophy last season, make the short trip to Craven Cottage seven days later for their firs

ARSENAL start their new Premier League campaign with a home clash against newly-promoted West Brom at The Emirates on August 16.

The Gunners, who finished without a trophy last season, make the short trip to Craven Cottage seven days later for their first away game against Fulham.

Arsene Wenger's outfit are due to entertain champions Manchester United on Saturday November 8 with the return on the penultimate weekend of the season at Old Trafford on May 16. Arsenal finished the season with a home clash against newly-promoted Stoke City on Sunday May 24.

The Gunners take part in two pre-season tournaments - The Emirates Cup (Aug 2/3 in which they play both Juventus and Real Madrid) and the LG Amsterdam Tournament (Aug 8/9) and their Premier League fixtures are:


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August: Sat 16 West Bromwich (h) Sat 23 Fulham (a) Sat 30 Newcastle (h).

September: Sat 13 Blackburn (a) Sat 20 Bolton (a) Sat 27 Hull City (h).

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October: Sat 4 Sunderland (a) Sat 18 Everton (h) Sat 25 West Ham (a) Tue 28 Spurs (h).

November: Sat 1 Stoke City (a) Sat 8 Manchester United (h) Sat 15 Aston Villa (h) Sat 22 Manchester City (a) Sat 29 Chelsea (a).

December: Sat 6 Wigan (h) Sat 13 Middlesbrough (a) Sat 20 Liverpool (h) Fri 26 Aston Villa (a) Sun 28 Portsmouth (h).

January: Sat 10 Bolton (h) Sat 17 Hull (a) Wed 28 Everton (a) Sat 31 West Ham (h).

February: Sat 7 Spurs (a) Sat 21 Sunderland (a) Sat 28 Fulham (h).

March: Tue 3 West Bromwich (a) Sat 14 Blackburn (h) Sat 21 Newcastle (a).

April: Sat 4 Manchester City (h) Sat 11 Wigan (a) Sat 18 Liverpool (a) Sat 25 Middlesbrough (h).

May: Sat 2 Portsmouth (a) Sat 9 Chelsea (h) Sat 16 Manchester United (a) Sun 24 Stoke (h).

Dates are subject to change because of television and cup commitments.

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