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Arsenal’s FA Cup at Home of Emirates

Arsenal’s FA Cup at Home of Emirates

Arsenal vice-captain Mikel Arteta pictured with cabin crew and staff at Emirates HQ

Arsenal’s FA Cup celebrations moved from London to Dubai overnight when vice-captain Mikel Arteta made a special visit to Emirates’ headquarters carrying the FA Cup.

Emirates is the shirt sponsor of Arsenal and has naming rights to the Emirates Stadium in London.

Fresh from Saturday’s victory over Hull City, Arteta met the airline’s president, Sir Tim Clark, before meeting staff who flocked to see and take pictures of the Arsenal star with the prized silverware.

After the visit to Emirates’ HQ, Arteta headed to Arsenal Soccer Schools Dubai at 7he Sevens to assist with football exercises for young and aspiring players.


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