Arsenal vs Monaco takes place on Wednesday at 6pm (UK time).
Looking to watch Arsenal vs Monaco online? Read on for your live-streaming options.
How to live stream Arsenal vs Monaco online:
Bet365* streams a selection of pre-season friendly matches live for account holders.
To sign up for and live stream Arsenal vs Monaco, eligible readers can follow the steps below.
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- ‘Join now’ and enter details.
- Log in and fund your account.
- Navigate to the ‘In-Play’ link at the top of the homepage and select your desired event.
*Geo restrictions apply, not available in UK. 18+ only, must have a funded account or placed a bet in the last 24 hours, BeGambleAware. All odds and offers within this article are accurate at the time of writing.
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How else can I live stream Arsenal pre-season friendlies online?
Arsenal are streaming their Emirates Cup match against Monaco live online on their website. A match pass costs £4.99 or £6.99 if purchased on the day of the game.
Arsenal vs Monaco match preview:
In the past the Emirates Cup has been a mini tournament but for the third time running it is a one-off game with Arsenal taking on Monaco, who are making their second appearance after a third-placed showing in 2014. This is Arsenal’s final game before they officially get the 2023/24 season underway with the Community Shield vs Man City on Sunday, ahead of their Premier League opener the following weekend. Fresh off a second-placed finish in the Premier League last season, Arsenal have been preparing for the new campaign well, signing Declan Rice, Kai Havertz and Jurrien Timber to bolster their spine. The Gunners are back from a pre-season tour of the USA which saw them beat an MLS All-Stars XI and Barcelona, either side of a defeat to Manchester United.
Monaco, meanwhile, just missed out on European football last season finishing two points behind fifth-placed Lille in Ligue 1. There was a managerial change as a result with Philippe Clement sacked and replaced by Adi Hutter, and the German is ready for his first season in charge. There’s been just one new arrival at Monaco so far this summer with goalkeeper Philipp Kohn signing from Red Bull Salzburg, while Jean Lucas and Jean Marcelin have left. Monaco have two more friendly games to play before starting Ligue 1 against Clermont Foot, facing Bayern Munich after their Emirates Cup clash. It’s been a decent pre-season so far for the French side with wins over Real Betis, Leeds and Bologna, though they did lose to Genoa at the weekend.
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