Tuesday, December 6, 2022

Date confirmed for City’s visit to the Emirates

Arsenal’s match against Manchester City will now be played at 7.30pm on Wednesday 19 October.

The fixture has been brought forward 24 hours after Uefa confirmed City’s Champions League match with Borussia Dortmund will be played the following Tuesday rather than Wednesday.

In the UK, the match will be (legally) available on Amazon Prime Video.

Arsenal’s October Schedule

Saturday 1st October, 12.30pm
Sp*rs (H)
Premier League
BT Sport

Thursday 6th October, 8pm
Bodo/Glimt (H)
Europa League
BT Sport

Sunday 9th October, 4.30pm
Liverpool (H)
Premier League
Sky Sports

Thursday 13th October, 5.45pm
Bodo Glimt (A)
Europa League
BT Sport

Sunday 16th October, 2pm
Leeds (A)
Premier League
NOT TELEVISED IN THE UK

Wednesday 19th October, 7.30pm
Manchester City (H)
Premier League
Amazon Prime Video

Sunday 23rd October, 2pm
Southampton (A)
Premier League
Sky Sports

Thursday 27th October, 5.45pm
PSV Eindhoven (A)
Europa League
BT Sport

Sunday 30th October, 2pm
Nottingham Forest (H)
Premier League
NOT TELEVISED IN THE UK

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2highbury

Never heard of them tbf any good?

ArsenesLongSufferingZipper

Not surprised you never heard them. After all this is a club that was founded in 2008.

Nainsley Aitland Miles

It’ll be 1st against 2nd, should be a cracker.

Woolwich Tiern time

What are you talking about? 2nd place Fulham will be taking on Bournmouth that weekend

Henkamp

Lol. That’s a brutal run of games. Hope October will be the month where we get TP fit for a run of games.

Woolwich Tiern time

Not fretting any of those teams on our turf. Only concern is the trip to the North pole

StuArse

Good that in that hellish month of fixtures, the “big games” in the PL are all at home. Hope the fans can create an atmosphere that gives us an edge.

Goldman

There’s a real chance we can be top of the table just right before the World Cup break

Btgooner

That’s one way to look at it. The other is that in the home fixtures there is more of an imperative to take some points.

Boy Bastin

It will certainly be a huge game, although there will be others before then. It will give us a chance to see how much we’ve managed to close the gap on one of the obvious favourites for the PL title this season – and to see Haaland at The Emirates (although I hope we don’t see too much of him!).

Billy bob

They were lucky to escape with three points last season so hopefully, now we have a stronger squad, they will leave with their tails between their legs after a chastening defeat!!!

Onenil

He is the only player in the Prem. that I actually fear. A Terminator Viking.

Karse

He really is got to see him a few times in his earlier times in salzburg.

Cooked Patino

Wait till he comes against proper defenders

Qwaliteee

Off topic, but…….
……let’s all laugh at Chelsea..!! 😂

thankyou22

It is ridiculous that I could see/stream ALL PL games when I lived in India and in Germany (at least all Arsenal games) but not while I live in the UK. Completely ridiculous.

Not too much this whole Sky Sports, BT sports, Amazon prime nonsense – just a way to fleece more money

thankyou22

*not too mention

Rolex and err Zinchenko

*Not to mention

Simon

Same for me when I lived in the Middle East. All EPL games on beinsports. As well as Europa League, UCL, FA Cup. Here in the UK I’ve gone as far as Sky and Amazon Prime. No budget for BT Sport as well!

Simon

That’s all EPL games. So Arsenal every weekend. I do have some sympathy for the idea that in the UK that would have some effect on attendances across the leagues.

Tom

yeah it’s disgusting really. Hence why I stream every game and don’t pay anything except for my VPN. It’s ridiculous how much it costs in total and you still don’t get every game in the country that the games are being played in.

Hopefully one day there’ll be something fairer and more convenient but until there, I’m a pirate 😀

Benjmin

Defeats is coming

Kris

What’s with the Sunday 2pm non-televised games? If it’s not going to be on tv, why isn’t it at 3pm on a Saturday? I’m going to have two abysmal hangovers on Monday’s now. Thanks a lot premier league.

Nainsley Aitland Miles

Because we will be playing the prior Thursday nights in the Europa League. Saturday 3pm is too short recovery time.

Qwaliteee

Let’s hope that this time the match day officials and VAR are normal reasonable human beings with normal reasonably functioning eyes.

Not a bunch of cheating cunts with an anti-Arsenal agenda.

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