We'll kick off the 2020/21 Premier League season with two London derbies - away at newly-promoted Fulham and at home to West Ham.
They’re followed by a trip to champions Liverpool, who we also face in the Community Shield on August 29.
Mikel Arteta and his squad will also face both Manchester clubs away from home in the first seven Premier League games.
The first north London derby of the season takes place at Tottenham in December, and we welcome Spurs to the Emirates in March.
This season's Boxing Day fixture is a big one - our first league meeting with Chelsea since beating them in the FA Cup final.
Due to our participation in the Europa League group stage, the following games are subject to movement from Saturday to Sunday: Leicester (h), Man United (a), Aston Villa (h), Wolves (h), Tottenham (a) and Burnley (h).
All fixtures are subject to change, and the first selection of broadcast matches will be announced soon.
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