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A brief history of Arsenal's Emirates Cup (1)

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With the tour of the Far East done, it is now time for Arsenal to be the hosts as they get ready to stage the Emirates Cup for the sixth time.

The Emirates Cup is an annual two-day pre-season tournament hosted by English Premier League side Arsenal and is held at the Emirates Stadium, the club's home ground. It is similar in style to the Amsterdam Tournament hosted by Ajax.

There will be two games played on Saturday and then two further games played on Sunday and the team with the most points after the final match, will be awarded the Emirates Cup trophy.

So with this year's tournament ready to host the sixth Emirates Cup, we want to take a look back into the previous Emirates Cup competitions and highlight who took part, what the results were and who eventually won the Emirates Trophy.

 

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