Five of our players have been called up to represent their countries at this month's Africa Cup of Nations.
Read on to find out who's in action and when:
Thomas Partey will represent Ghana in their upcoming group games against Comoros, Gabon and Morocco.
Our midfielder's tournament starts on Monday, January 10 against Morocco, before facing Gabon on Friday, January 14, with Ghana's group campaign concluding against Comoros on January 18.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang will captain Gabon on their AFCON journey that kicks off against Comoros on Monday, January 10.
Our striker will then come up against Thomas when Gabon face Ghana on Friday, January 14, before their final group game against Morocco on Tuesday, January 18.
Nicolas Pepe has been called up to represent 2015 champions Ivory Coast.
Nico's tournament will begin against Equatorial Guinea on Wednesday, January 12, with Sierra Leone next up on Sunday, January 16. Ivory Coast's final group game against Algeria will take place on Thursday, January 20.
Mohamed Elneny will star for five-time winners Egypt in their group that kicks off against Nigeria on Tuesday, January 11.
Our midfielder will then face Guinea-Bissau on Saturday, January 15, before Egypt's group campaign concludes against Sudan on Wednesday, January 19.
Omar Rekik will represent Tunisia in the tournament, with their group games starting against Mali on Wednesday, January 12.
Our academy defender will then face Mauritania on Sunday, January 16, before rounding off their group against Gambia on Thursday, January 20.
Everyone at Arsenal wishes the best of luck to our players at the tournament.
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