Arsenal vs Barcelona takes place on Thursday at 3:30am (UK time), as the Gunners continue their US tour.
Looking to watch Arsenal vs Barcelona online? Read on for your live-streaming options.
How to live stream Arsenal vs Barcelona online:
Bet365* streams a selection of Club Friendlies matches live for account holders.
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How else can I live stream Arsenal pre-season friendlies online?
Arsenal vs Barcelona can also be streamed online through the Gunners’ club media player at arsenal.com, or through their app. The charge is £6.99.
Arsenal v Barcelona match preview:
SoFi Stadium in the Los Angeles suburb of Inglewood, California will play host to a fascinating encounter between Arsenal and Barcelona, both of whom enjoyed strong campaigns last season.
Mikel Arteta’s guided his side to a runners-up spot, Arsenal’s highest Premier League finish since the 2015/16 season, but there’s a sense of more given at one point they boasted a healthy lead over would-be champions Manchester City. In response, the Gunners have spent big this summer. Declan Rice joins from West Ham in a record deal for a British player, with Kai Havertz and Jurrien Timber following the England international. So far their pre-season preparations have been mixed. A 1-1 draw with Nürnberg was followed by a resounding 5-0 win over MLS All-Stars, a game which saw the aforementioned Havertz get on the scoresheet. However, they couldn’t bring that momentum against league rivals Manchester United last time out, Erik ten Hag’s side running out 2-0 winners.
This will be Barcelona’s second pre-season outing after their 2-0 win at Vissel Kobe last month. Barça’s meeting with Juventus, part of the Soccer Champions Tour, was cancelled due to viral gastroenteritis among a significant part of their squad. Xavi’s men are the newly-crowned Spanish champions having ended a four-year championship drought. They were imperious, winning the championship by 10 points, and though Barça’s defence was the league’s best their attack was only marginally better than last year’s meaning for the second consecutive season the Catalan giants failed to score more than 70 goals something that last happened 19 years ago. Iñigo Martínez and Ilkay Gündogan have joined as free agents while defensive midfielder Oriol Romeu returns to his boyhood club. Sergio Busquets, Jordi Alba and Samuel Umtiti have left with the former two linking up with former teammate Lionel Messi at MLS outfit Inter Miami.
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