Arsenal Football Club is delighted to be heading back to Indonesia this summer for our first visit since 1983.

Following two highly-successful pre-season tours in Asia over the past two years, Arsène Wenger's team will visit Jakarta from July 13-14 for an exhibition match against the Indonesian national team at the Gelora Bung Karno stadium.

Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis said: “Everyone at Arsenal is extremely excited to once again be visiting Asia and travelling to Indonesia for what will be the Club’s first visit to the country in 30 years.

"We know that Arsenal enjoy fantastic support in Indonesia and we are all looking forward to bringing the Club closer to these loyal fans and learning more about the country’s rich heritage and culture.”

Chief commercial officer Tom Fox added: "Everyone at Arsenal, the players, Arsène Wenger and all the backroom staff are looking forward to coming to Indonesia after 30 years away. We know that Arsenal enjoys fantastic support in Indonesia, with over 1.3 million fans connected to us by Facebook alone, and we look forward to giving our loyal fans the chance to see their heroes in action. We are also looking forward to learning more about the country's rich culture and history."

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10 Apr 2013