Arsenal will begin life after Arsene Wenger in 2018-19 as they embark on a new era with a new manager, Unai Emery, at the helm.
Fans will soon see what the iconic Frenchman's successor has to offer when the club get their pre-season under way ahead of the new campaign.
The north London side are back in the International Champions Cup this summer, which means they will have games against top opposition in Asia and Europe to look forward to as a warm-up exercise.
This is your complete guide to the Gunners' 2018-19 pre-season and Premier League fixtures, with dates, venues and all you need to know about the preparations.
Arsenal pre-season fixtures
|Date||Match||Time (UK / US ET)||Venue|
|Jul 14||Boreham Wood 0-8 Arsenal||3pm / 10am||Meadow Park, Hertfordshire|
|Jul 26||Atletico Madrid vs Arsenal||12:35pm / 7:35am||Singapore National Stadium|
|Jul 28||Arsenal vs Paris Saint-Germain||12:35pm / 7:35am||Singapore National Stadium|
|Aug 1||Arsenal vs Chelsea||8:05pm / 3:05pm||Aviva Stadium, Dublin|
|Aug 4||Arsenal vs Lazio||7pm / 2pm||Friends Arena, Stockholm|
Arsenal will be one of five English clubs taking part in the 2018 International Champions Cup and they will play three games in the competition.
While the likes of Manchester United and Liverpool will be competing in the United States, Arsenal's games will be held in Singapore, with their final game taking place in Ireland.
First up the Gunners renew acquaintance with their Europa League conquerors Atletico Madrid at Singapore National Stadium on July 26, so they will have a chance to redeem themselves.
Two days after that at the same venue they lock horns with Ligue 1 giants Paris Saint-Germain and they return to Europe on August 1 for the final game.
Arsenal's 2018-19 squad numbers
Arsenal's 2018-19 transfer activity
Arsenal have been relatively quiet in the transfer window so far, though arguably their biggest signing and departure happened when Emery replaced Wenger as boss.
The Gunenrs released long-term squad player Jack Wilshere to West Ham after the midfielder spent 10 years at the club, progressing through their youth academy but struggling to maintain steady match fitness.
They also released Santi Cazorla to La Liga side Villareal, while signing defender Stephan Lichsteiner from Juventus on a free transfer. Their biggest signing so far has been in their €29 million (£26m/$34m) coup of Lucas Torreira from Sampdoria.
Transfer activity in
|DF||Stephan Lichtsteiner||Juventus||Free||June 5|
|GK||Bernd Leno||Bayer Leverkusen||£19m||June 19|
|DF||Sokratis Papastathopoulos||Borussia Dortmund||£15||July 2|
|MF||Lucas Torreira||Sampdoria||£26m||July 10|
|MF||Matteo Guendouzi||Lorient||£7m||July 11|
Transfer activity out
|DF||Per Mertesacker||Retired||N/A||May 17|
|MF||Santi Cazorla||Villareal||Free||May 21|
|MF||Jack Wilshere||West Ham||Free||June 19|
Arsenal's 2018-19 Premier League fixtures
The 2018-19 Premier League season will get started on August 11, with the full fixture list revealed on June 14.
Emery's first competitive match as Gunners boss sees him lock horns with Pep Guardiola's Manchester City at the Emirates and he'll follow that with a London derby away to Chelsea.
Another London derby is in store on matchday three as they welcome West Ham to the Emirates, with away clashes against Cardiff City and Newcastle United rounding out the first five games.
The first North London derby of the campaign will take place at the Emirates on December 1, with a trip to Old Trafford to face Manchester United following three days later.
You can see Arsenal's full Premier League schedule for 2017-18 below.
|12/08/2018||16:00||Arsenal v Manchester City|
|18/08/2018||17:30||Chelsea v Arsenal|
|25/08/2018||15:00||Arsenal v West Ham United|
|02/09/2018||13:30||Cardiff City v Arsenal|
|15/09/2018||15:00||Newcastle United v Arsenal|
|23/09/2018||16:00||Arsenal v Everton|
|29/09/2018||15:00||Arsenal v Watford|
|06/10/2018||15:00||Fulham v Arsenal|
|20/10/2018||15:00||Arsenal v Leicester City|
|27/10/2018||15:00||Crystal Palace v Arsenal|
|03/11/2018||15:00||Arsenal v Liverpool|
|10/11/2018||15:00||Arsenal v Wolverhampton|
|24/11/2018||15:00||A.F.C. Bournemouth v Arsenal|
|01/12/2018||15:00||Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur|
|04/12/2018||20:00||Manchester United v Arsenal|
|08/12/2018||15:00||Arsenal v Huddersfield Town|
|15/12/2018||15:00||Southampton v Arsenal|
|22/12/2018||15:00||Arsenal v Burnley|
|26/12/2018||15:00||Brighton v Arsenal|
|29/12/2018||15:00||Liverpool v Arsenal|
|01/01/2019||15:00||Arsenal v Fulham|
|12/01/2019||15:00||West Ham United v Arsenal|
|19/01/2019||15:00||Arsenal v Chelsea|
|29/01/2019||19:45||Arsenal v Cardiff City|
|02/02/2019||15:00||Manchester City v Arsenal|
|09/02/2019||15:00||Huddersfield Town v Arsenal|
|23/02/2019||15:00||Arsenal v Southampton|
|26/02/2019||19:45||Arsenal v A.F.C. Bournemouth|
|02/03/2019||15:00||Tottenham Hotspur v Arsenal|
|09/03/2019||15:00||Arsenal v Manchester United|
|16/03/2019||15:00||Wolverhampton v Arsenal|
|30/03/2019||15:00||Arsenal v Newcastle United|
|06/04/2019||15:00||Everton v Arsenal|
|13/04/2019||15:00||Watford v Arsenal|
|20/04/2019||15:00||Arsenal v Crystal Palace|
|27/04/2019||15:00||Leicester City v Arsenal|
|04/05/2019||15:00||Arsenal v Brighton|
|12/05/2019||15:00||Burnley v Arsenal|