Arsenal’s next five games to be shown on live TV

By on March 1, 2019

March is upon us so we’re heading in to the final months of the 2018/19 campaign and Arsenal have some huge games coming up over the coming weeks.

We kick-off March with arguably the toughest game we have left to play as we head to Wembley to take on Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday lunchtime. Unsurprisingly, the game has been chosen by the TV broadcasters and the huge North London Derby will be shown live on BT Sport, kicking off at 12.30pm.

Obviously this is one game not to be missed so for those who haven’t got a ticket, you need to tune in to watch it live on TV. Many supporters don’t have access to BT yet but if you contact BT Sports customer services as soon as possible, you might have time to get an account set-up in time to watch Arsenal take on Tottenham this weekend.

After the Spurs game we head to France for the first leg of our Europa League last-16 tie with Rennes before welcoming Manchester United to the Emirates for a mammoth showdown which could decide who finishes in the top four.

Arsenal are currently in pole position but if we slip-up at Tottenham we could go in to next weekend’s game behind United in the table. The game will be shown live on Sky Sports on Sunday March 10th at 4.30pm, and this is one game not to be missed.

We then have the second leg against Rennes to look forward to – which will be shown live on BT Sports – and that will be the final game in March as we’re out of the FA Cup and the international break starts on the 18th.

Following the international break, we’ll welcome Newcastle United to north London and that match has been selected by Sky Sports to be broadcast on Monday April 1st at 8pm.

So all of our next five matches will be shown on live TV. Here is confirmation of the details:

Tottenham Hotspur v Arsenal
Saturday, March 2
Kick off: 12.30pm
Live on: BT Sport

Rennes v Arsenal 
Thursday, March 7
Kick off: 5.55pm
Live on: BT Sport

Arsenal v Manchester United
Sunday, March 10
Kick off: 4.30pm
Live on: Sky Sports

Arsenal v Rennes
Thursday, March 14
Kick off: 8pm
Live on: BT Sport

Arsenal v Newcastle United
Monday, April 1
Kick off: 8pm
Live on: Sky Sports