Monday, July 4, 2022

Early starts for Arsenal as Sky confirm TV schedule

Six Arsenal fixtures will be televised by Sky Sports before December, although fans will be frustrated to learn that four of those matches will kick-off at 12.45pm.

The home game with Liverpool, and the three away fixtures against Blackburn Rovers, Chelsea and Norwich have all been allocated early afternoon slots on Saturdays, while the trips to Old Trafford and White Hart Lane will be played at 4pm on Sunday.

Sat 20: Arsenal v Liverpool (12.45pm)

Sun 28: Man Utd v Arsenal (4pm)

Sat 17: Blackburn v Arsenal (12.45pm)

Sun 2: Tottenham v Arsenal (4pm)

Sat 29: Chelsea v Arsenal (12.45pm)

Sat 19: Norwich v Arsenal (12.45pm)



Arsenal’s opening match of the season away at Newcastle United has been selected by ESPN. The match will still be played on Saturday, August 13th but will now kick-off at 5.30pm. The home game against Fulham on November 26th will also be televised by ESPN at 5.30pm. For more details on all fixture changes, check the Arsenal website.

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Niels Stampe

Frustrated? What for? Does it matter? Just win. Nothing else.


I take it Niels you don’t attend the mratz regularly?

If you did, you would have the standard antipathy towards early kos. They are rubbish!

Bogus Bill

Not sure anyone goes to the mrtaz as that’s just letters.
3pm Saturday KO are a thing of yesteryear now thanks to Sky.


According to the ManUre Away match is tbc…?


Doesn’t matter for me in India……the earliest start would be 6:15 pm for me……
But i just hope they will be showing all the matches live…..there were atleast 5 PL matches which weren’t shown live on either of the two channels which broadcasts here last season. Whereas all of Manure’s matches are always live 🙁 .


hey viks..

its very easy to watch all the arsenal games live on the net….
might not be super quality but it will do for sure if you have a ok net connection, try it out


I prefer 12 on Saturday and 4pm on Sunday.

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