Ostersunds have promised to give Arsenal a frosty reception in the Europa League this week.
Arsene Wenger’s side will travel to Scandinavia on Thursday night in the last 32 of the competition.
And the Swedish side have welcomed Arsenal by poking fun at the chilly temperatures they can expect.
Ostersunds tweeted Arsenal an image of an igloo dressing room with their shirts hung up – alongside the caption: "We are ready for you @Arsenal, Did we mention our new locker rooms?"
Arsenal fans will have to wrap up for the trip with snow expected in the build-up to this week’s game.
Temperatures could fall as low as -7°C on Tuesday around -3°C on the day of the encounter.
Ostersunds are managed by former Southampton defender Graham Potter, who arrived in 2011.
The Gunners will hope to return to winning ways following their north London derby defeat on Saturday.
That left them seven points adrift of the top four but Arsene Wenger refused to confirm he will now prioritise the Europa League.
"Manchester United decided that once they were in the semi-final. We are far from the semi-final," he said.