Arsenal

By Squawka News

Published: 3:21, 5 April 2019 | Updated: 9:47, 11 June 2020

Arsenal Football Club is an English Premier League football club who play their home games at Emirates Stadium. The north London club has won a total of 13 top-flight titles, including three Premier League trophies. Arsenal reached the Champions League final in 2006 but are yet to win a major European trophy in their history, barring the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup. Arsenal’s most famous manager is Arsene Wenger, who introduced a passing style of play during the 1990s. Freddie Ljungberg is Arsenal’s current interim manager and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is club captain. Check here to find the latest news on Arsenal.

Arsenal: Fixtures 2019/20 season

vs Man City (a)
vs Brighton (a)
vs Southampton (a)
vs Norwich (h)
vs Wolves (a)
vs Leicester (h)
vs Spurs (a)
vs Liverpool (h)
vs Aston Villa (a)
vs Watford (h)

Premier League on TV and live stream

The return of the Premier League is resulting in a feast of football for viewers, with games being shown by a host of broadcasters including Sky Sports, BT Sport, Amazon Prime and BBC.

But perhaps the biggest news on this front for football fans is the confirmation that there will be a proportion of free-to-air games made available both on TV and – in some cases – via the broadcasters’ online platforms during the 2019/20 campaign.

READ MORE ON THE PREMIER LEAGUE:

Premier League 2019/20 top scorers list
Premier League 2019/20 most assists table
Premier League Predictions and tips

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