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Arsenal on TV and Stream

Enjoy a complete schedule of all televised and streamed Arsenal matches on TV for the 2023/2024 season. Arsenal compete in the Premier League, Champions League, League Cup, and FA Cup. On this page you can find Arsenal on TV.

For a full football schedule, check out our comprehensive schedule of live matches and never miss any action with our detailed Football on TV guide, offering real-time updates and listings of all football events broadcasted on TV and Stream.

27 Jul



Arsenal v Manchester United

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Historical Background

Arsenal is one of the most popular football teams in England and Arsenal games on TV in whatever competition are always watched by thousands. 

Arsenal on TV fixtures are not the only things that have gained notoriety though, and a selection of their fans have become well-known for their outspoken opinions on the club. 

Thus, the passion of the club shines through and Arsenal TV fixtures are always quite the spectacle.

Arsenal was a team which was formed back in 1886, joined The Football League 1893 and 10 years later they were promoted top Division of English football. Since then, they have only been relegated once and as a result, hold the longest-running streak for top-flight football in England. This speaks worlds about the consistency of Arsenal football club.

Although they have had consistent success in English football throughout their history, the early Arsene Wenger years (between 1997 and 2004), were some of their most glorious. This period saw them win 3 league titles, two of which came in seasons where they completed the double.  

They are as well-known for their successes as they are for their rivalry with Tottenham Hotspur, considered one of the biggest rivalries in English football. For years, Arsenal has had the bragging rights over their rivals, but their dominance has receded in recent years with Spurs improving their standings in the Premier League.

Crest and Colours

Arsenal on TV are well-recognisable with their red and white kit, which differentiates them from some of their biggest rivals, Liverpool in all red, and Manchester United in Red and Black. 

Arsenal's name, nickname "The Gunners" and logo of a canon, are all influenced by the fact they were established in Woolwich, a location well known for the manufacturing of weapons.  


For nearly 100 years, Arsenal played their home football at Highbury, regularly holding between 30-40,000 fans. However, in 2006, they moved stadium about 600 metres away from their previous site to The Emirates Stadium.

The stadium which takes its name from the Emirates flight company and its sponsorship deal was one of the most expensive deals in English sport. In an attempt to improve the cultural value of the stadium, a process known as "Arsenalisation" has been ongoing since 2019.

Noteworthy Stats

Arsenal had two records that are incredibly impressive from fans of any English club, even if their rivals wouldn’t like admit it. 

For one, they have won the most FA Cups out of any English team with 14, with one of Arsenal fixture on TV that is always recurring is their presence in the final. 

More impressively though, is the fact that they also hold the record for the longest unbeaten run in the Premier League. The run saw them go 49 games unbeaten between 2003 and 2004, which earnt them the name, "The Invincibles".

Memorable TV Moments 

Arsenal Fixtures of TV create memorable moments every year. However, for Arsenal fans, two of the best Arsenal moments on TV must have come between that 2003 and 2004 season.

Either it would be them winning the Premier League title unbeaten against Spurs to clinch the title in April 2003, or 4 months later in August 2004 when they broke Nottingham Forest long-standing record

Whichever fans prefer, we are sure they would mind watching either of these Arsenal on TV time and time again.