As well as the return of Premier League football this weekend, there’s plenty going on elsewhere around the club this week - here is everything you can expect over the course of the next seven days:
Women’s training camp
Our women’s team are beginning a training camp at adidas HQ in Herzogenaurach, Germany on Monday.
Jonas Eidevall’s Gunners beat Linkoping FC 3-0 in the first qualifying round of the Women’s Champions League in Sweden last Wednesday, but were knocked out of the qualifiers by Paris FC on Sunday. Attention now turns to preparing for the Barclays Women's Super League, which begins against Liverpool at Emirates Stadium on Sunday, October 1.
A number of our players could be in international action on Tuesday, starting with Takehiro Tomiyasu in Japan’s friendly against Turkey.
Oleksandr Zinchenko, Martin Odegaard, David Raya, Leandro Trossard, and Karl Hein could all be in UEFA Euro 2024 qualifying action for their countries, while Eddie Nketiah, Aaron Ramsdale, Declan Rice and Bukayo Saka will be hoping to be involved in England’s friendly against Scotland in Glasgow.
Kai Havertz and William Saliba could go head to head as Germany play France in a friendly match in Dortmund.
At 3am (BST), Brazil face Peru for a World Cup qualifier in Lima. Having made his debut on Friday night, Gabriel could make his second appearance for the Selecao, while Gabriel Martinelli and Gabriel Jesus are also in the squad.
Mikel Arteta’s pre-Everton press conference (1.30pm)
Mikel Arteta will face the media on Friday afternoon when he hosts his pre-match press conference ahead of our away game against Everton.
Live coverage will be available on Arsenal.com and the official app, with a full round-up of everything that happened published right after.
Reading U18s v Arsenal U18s | 12pm
Our Under-18 Premier League season continues at Bearwood Park Training Facility against the Royals, as we look to get back to winning ways following our 1-1 draw with West Ham United in the Premier League Cup prior to the international break.
Everton v Arsenal | 4.30pm
We travel to Goodison Park to face Mikel Arteta’s former club Everton on Sunday, looking to capitalise on our impressive start to the Premier League campaign.
The Toffees will be looking for their first league win of the season after drawing 2-2 with Sheffield United before the international break.
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 Merseyside.
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