The Frenchman, 60, will miss Tuesday’s Carling Cup clash at White Hart Lane following his actions on the touchline during his side’s 1-1 draw at Sunderland on Saturday.
An FA statement read that Wenger “admitted a charge of using insulting and/or abusive language and behaviour”.
Wenger was visibly furious after Darren Bent scored the home side’s equaliser in the 95th minute despite fourth official Martin Atkinson having signalled there would be a minimum of four additional minutes.
The Gunners boss appeared to shove Atikinson after Bent scored following a goalmouth scramble.
Meanwhile, captain Cesc Fabregas is hoping to return to full fitness in time for the Gunners’ Premier League showdown with pace-setters Chelsea on 3 October after he hobbled off with a hamstring strain at the Stadium of Light.
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