Wednesday, July 24, 2024

Six Arsenal fixtures moved for TV broadcast

The Premier League have confirmed that six more Arsenal fixtures have been rescheduled after being selected for broadcast in the UK.

As far as we can tell, between now and 2022, only two of our Premier League games won’t be broadcast – the home game with Southampton on 11 December and our trip to face Norwich at Carrow Road on Boxing Day. Both of those are 3pm kick-offs.

To watch the rest, you’ll need match tickets. Or three separate subscriptions. Or live outside the UK. Or be naughty by tuning into a stream.

For those travelling, good luck with the trains. It’s a real hodgepodge of kick-off times.

And check out the kick-off time for the City game…we can smell the North Bank’s hangover already!

Manchester United vs Arsenal
Thursday, 2 December 2021
Amazon Prime

Everton vs Arsenal
Monday, 6 December 2021
Sky Sports

Arsenal vs West Ham
Wednesday, 15 December 2021
BT Sport

L**ds United vs Arsenal
Saturday, 18 December 2021
Sky Sports

Arsenal vs Wolves
Tuesday, 28 December 2021
Amazon Prime

Arsenal vs Manchester City
Saturday, 1 January 2022
BT Sport

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For Gods Sake

Man Utd and Everton away, both with a stupid kick off time.

Admiral William Parrot

At least with the city game out the way, there’s still enough beer time to drink the misery away from the gubbin they’ll get.


20:15 on a Thursday? What kind of a fucking stupid kick off time is that??
And what’s with all the midweek games? Some of us have to get up at stupid o’clock for work!

Old Stimmo

it’s the standard midweek game when you are in Europ…….oh

Scott P

Wow, and we thought playing on Sunday all the time was bad… Weekday games are killers.

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