They will play promoted Fulham at Wembley in their first home game of the season on the weekend of 18-19 August.
Wenger chose to step down at the end of last season after nearly 22 years in charge of the north London club.
Emery, who beat off competition from former Arsenal captain Mikel Arteta to land the job as Gunners boss last month, has been charged with guiding the club back into the Champions league following the decline in the team's fortunes during the final two years of Wenger's 22-year reign.
Our opening game sees us travel to Huddersfield before taking on Arsenal at home.
The reverse fixture could had seen City win the title against their rivals, however a second half resurgence from United saw City lose 3-2 with a Paul Pogba double and Chris Smalling goal overshadowing the first half performance.
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We'll face familiar foes as the three promoted sides make their return to Premier League action.
The Blues' defence of the Premier League title kicks off with one of the toughest of tests - a trip to Arsenal.
The Premier League has given Tottenham special permission to play their home games in more than one stadium as rules do not allow it, while the Football Association extended their deadline until Friday to allow Spurs extra time to decide whether they wanted to return to Wembley.
The traditional Premier League 'Clasico' between Liverpool and United is due to be staged at Anfield on December 15, with the return taking place at Old Trafford on February 23.
Oddly, for the third consecutive season, we lock horns with Arsenal and Chelsea in consecutive games.
Fulham begin with London derbies against Crystal Palace and Tottenham, while Cardiff follow their opener at Bournemouth with a home game against Newcastle.