Arsenal vs Monaco live stream: How to watch the Emirates Cup fixture

Arsenal vs Monaco live stream Leandro Trossard of Arsenal celebrates his goal with teammates during a game between Barcelona and Arsenal at SoFi Stadium on July 26, 2023 in Inglewood, California.
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Arsenal vs Monaco free live stream: How to watch the Emirates Cup game and match preview; Wednesday 2 August, 6pm BST

Arsenal vs Monaco live stream and match preview

Arsenal vs Monaco live stream and match preview

Looking for a Arsenal vs Monaco free live stream this Wednesday? We've got you covered. 

Arsenal conclude their pre-season campaign at their home stadium against Monaco on Wednesday, in preparation for their Community Shield clash against Manchester City at Wembley on Sunday. 

The Gunners have played four games in pre-season so far, beating Barcelona and an MLS All-Stars side, drawing with Nurnberg and losing to Manchester United. They kick off their Premier League campaign against Nottingham Forest next Saturday, as they hope to go one better this time around.

New signings Jurrien Timber and Kai Havertz have already played for Arsenal on their pre-season tour, but fans are yet to glimpse Declan Rice on the pitch. After returning to training late due to his involvement in the Europa Conference League final with West Ham and during England's June internationals, Rice is still working his way back to match fitness.

Monaco, meanwhile, have already played six games in pre-season, with the Emirates Cup against Arsenal their seventh. The Ligue 1 side won't stop there, though, with a game against Bayern Munich scheduled for Monday ahead of their league kicking off in 10 days time. 

Kick off is at 6pm BST. 

Kick-off and channel

How to watch Arsenal vs Monaco: What channel is Arsenal vs Monaco?

Arsenal vs Monaco kicks off at 6pm BST on Wednesday 2 August. 

The game is available to watch on and the club's official app, with live coverage costing £6.99. However, fans in France and Monaco won't be able to watch this game on Arsenal's channels.


Arsenal vs Monaco will be played at the Emirates Stadium, the Gunners' home ground. 

The Emirates Cup, named after their title sponsor, was inaugurated in 2007 when the stadium was first used, and has been hosted nearly ever summer since as a warm-up to the season. Arsenal have won the Emirates Cup on six occasions, with Monaco set for their first appearance in the pre-season clash. 

Arsenal transfer news is ramping up this summer, with the Gunners spending £200m early in the window. 

The Gunners could be targeting two more Manchester City players, according to reports. Xavi Simons is on the radar and Ivan Fresneda could join, though Arsenal could sell £100m worth of players, too. Romeo Lavia is in the crosshairs – though Liverpool want him, tooTakehiro Tomiyasu is set for an "intriguing switch", while Moises Caicedo looks Chelsea-bound

Arsenal are believed to want another right-winger, while Gabri Veiga favours Arsenal over Spurs

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