Premier League confirms revised fixture list for December


All six of Arsenal’s Premier League games in December have been rescheduled to accommodate the decision to broadcast every top flight match.

The Gunners play a total of nine matches in the space of 26 days with a couple of Europa League matches and a Carabao Cup quarter-final with Manchester City thrown into the mix.

The schedule for December is as follows:

Thursday 3 December, 8pm
Arsenal vs Rapid Vienna
Europa League
(BT Sport)

Sunday 6 December, 4.30pm
Sp*rs vs Arsenal
Premier League
(Sky Sports)

Thursday 10 December, 5.55pm
Dundalk vs Arsenal
Europa League
(BT Sport)

Sunday 13 December, 7.15pm
Arsenal vs Burnley
Premier League
(Sky Sports)

Wednesday 16 December, 6pm
Arsenal vs Southampton
Premier League
(Amazon Prime Video)

Saturday 19 December, 5.30pm
Everton vs Arsenal
Premier League
(Sky Sports)

Tuesday 22 December, 8pm
Arsenal vs Manchester City
Carabao Cup
(Sky Sports)

Saturday 26 December, 5.30pm
Arsenal vs Chelsea
Premier League
(Sky Sports)

Tuesday 29 December, 6pm
Brighton vs Arsenal
Premier League
(Amazon Prime Video)


This afternoon Arsenal confirmed that fans will make their long-awaited return to the Emirates for the Rapid Vienna game.

With national Covid-19 restrictions being replaced by a tiered system from Tuesday, 2,000 supporters will be allowed to watch matches in N5 while London remains in Tier 2.

If infection rates decrease over the coming weeks, the capacity could be doubled to 4,000 supporters. Conversely, if they get worse and London is put under the harshest restrictions games then matches could be played behind closed doors again.

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Busy, busy, busy. Probably a little too far to say it’s literally make or break but the performance of the team (squad more accurately) over this run of games will undoubtedly be a big influence on what the rest of the season holds for us. Hmmm.


So many games close together! Any wonder players are always out injured? The league should go to 5 subs per game. Maybe less injuries and opens up the game to more tactical opportunities.


Totally agree, the PL is the only top flight in the world that is stuck at three subs per match.

At least with the win in Norway today there’s no so much congestino with the first XI. I expect it’ll be pretty much the U23s and academy who play the remaining group stage matches.

SB Still

Looks like our next EL Arteta will get his wish of playing in front of fans!


This is just mental. 2 days rest in between games for a month… Not even 11 subs would help here.


Unless we get our sh*t together quick this looks like it might be an xmas to forget :-/