As well as a big game against Manchester United on the horizon, there is plenty going on elsewhere around the club this week - here is everything you can expect over the course of the next seven days:
Nottingham Forest U21s v Arsenal U21s | 7pm
The week begins our under-21 side facing Nottingham Forest away from home in Premier League 2, and you can stream all the action live for free on Arsenal.com and the official app.
Mehmet Ali's team have enjoyed an impressive start to the season, beating West Ham United 3-0 and Leicester City 4-1 before holding League One side Swindon Town to a 2-2 draw away from home in the EFL Trophy.
As for Forest, they’ve had back-to-back 2-2 draws in PL2 against Middlesbrough and Norwich City, coming from behind to earn a point in both games.
You can tune in from 6.55pm on Monday, August 29 to watch all the action, with commentary provided by Max Jones and Nigel Winterburn.
2022/23 PFA Awards
A host of Gunners will be heading to the Lowry Theatre in Manchester for the annual PFA awards, which recognise the outstanding performers from every division and are voted for by the players themselves.
Both Bukyao Saka and Martin Odegaard are up for the men's Player of the Year award, having both scored 15 goals last term to help our title challenge. They are two of a six-man shortlist that also includes Manchester City trio Erling Haaland, Kevin De Bruyne and John Stones, as well as Harry Kane.
Bukayo is also in contention for the Young Player of the Year prize, alongside Gabriel Martinelli. The other contenders are Haaland again, plus Jacob Ramsey of Aston Villa, Brighton striker Evan Ferguson and his former Seagull Moises Caicedo, who recently joined Chelsea.
Frida Maanum has been nominated for the women's Player of the Year for the first time, after recording nine goals and four assists in only her second Women’s Super League campaign, with her rivals being Chelsea duo Sam Kerr and Guro Reiten, Rachel Daly of Aston Villa, Khadija ‘Bunny’ Shaw of Manchester City and Ona Batlle of neighbours United.
A host of our players could be included in their respective Teams of the Year, and our cameras will be at the event to bring you behind-the-scenes of one of the highlights of the calendar.
League Cup third-round draw
We will discover our fate as we enter the competition at the third round stage, aiming to win it for the first time since 1993.
We, alongside the seven other clubs involved in European competition, will be included as we go looking for our third victory in the competition, following on from our successes in 1986/87 and 1992/93.
It is expected that the draw will take place following the conclusion of the second-round ties on Wednesday night at around 10.15pm UK time, and will be shown on Sky Sports.
The third round will commence on the week commencing September 25.
Champions League group stage draw | 5pm
For the first time since the 2016/17 season we will be involved in the Champions League draw, which will take place the day after the conclusion of the play-off round games on Thursday, August 31.
It will take place at the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco, and will be streamed live on UEFA's website from 5pm BST.
For a full breakdown of who we would face and much more information about this season's competition, read our guide.
Mikel Arteta’s pre-Manchester United press conference (1.30pm)
Transfer deadline day
Mikel Arteta will face the media on Friday afternoon when he hosts his pre-match press conference ahead of our home game against Manchester United.
Live coverage will be available on Arsenal.com and the official app, with a full round-up of everything that happened published right after.
That is sure to be dominated by transfer talk, with the summer window closing at 11pm UK time the same day. For confirmation of any major arrivals or departures, make sure you download our official club app to get confirmation first: iOS / Android.
Arsenal U21s v Reading U21s | 12pm
Arsenal v Manchester United | 4.30pm
A busy week ends with two of our teams in action, starting with the under-21s who will face Reading at Meadow Park in a 12pm kick-off.
Then attention turns to Emirates Stadium as we host Manchester United in what is always one of the highlights of the Premier League calendar. Like us, the Red Devils have won two of their opening three games, with wins against Wolves and Nottingham Forest sandwiched between a loss at Tottenham Hotspur.
There will be the usual pre-match build-up right here on Arsenal.com and the official app with Breakdown Live an hour before kick-off, with all the usual post-match content published on both, including interviews and highlights as well as the full 90 minutes for you to enjoy if you missed the action in north London.