Arsenal Transfers

The Latest Arsenal FC Transfer News, Stories and Updates for 2017 – 2018 have been added below:

  • Sat, 23 Sep 2017 08:00:11 +0000: Arsenal v West Bromwich Albion: match preview - Arsenal | The Guardian

    Arsène Wenger said it all with one of those half-suppressed smirks. “West Brom has a way to deal with everybody,” he said and by that, he meant Tony Pulis has a way to deal with everybody. Wenger vs Pulis is the ultimate clash of styles and how Wenger has suffered in away matches against his rival. The Emirates story is different. Wenger’s record there against Pulis teams reads: played 10, won 10. David Hytner

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  • Fri, 22 Sep 2017 21:30:06 +0000: Arsenal keen to tie down Aaron Ramsey and Danny Welbeck to longer deals - Arsenal | The Guardian

    • Arsenal midfielder and forward out of contract in July 2019
    • Arsène Wenger: ‘Both of them are in a good moment for us’

    Arsène Wenger wants to push new contract talks with Aaron Ramsey and Danny Welbeck, whose deals at Arsenal expire in the summer of 2019. However, the manager has warned that because of the inflation of the transfer market, more and more players are set to enter the last years on their contracts.

    Arsenal have a clutch of players in their final 12 months, most notably Alexis Sánchez and Mesut Özil, and there would be consternation if Ramsey and Welbeck were to go down the same path. Welbeck is currently out until mid-October with a groin injury but he started the season well while Ramsey was impressive in Sunday’s 0-0 draw at Chelsea.

    Related: It hurts but Tottenham’s blueprint could work for stagnating West Ham

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  • Thu, 21 Sep 2017 10:09:29 +0000: Arsène Wenger denies making example of Alexis Sánchez after failed move - Arsenal | The Guardian
    • Forward has not started in Premier League since Manchester City interest
    • Arsenal manager says he believes Sánchez is happy at club

    Arsène Wenger has insisted he is not seeking to make any sort of point to Alexis Sánchez over his selections of the forward so far this season.

    Sánchez tried and failed to force a move to Manchester City before the closure of the summer transfer window and Wenger has used him since as a starter in the Europa League and Carabao Cup but only as a substitute in the Premier League.

    Related: Nervous Arsenal scrape past Doncaster after Theo Walcott’s neat finish

    Related: Holders Manchester United handed trip to Swansea in Carabao Cup draw

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  • Wed, 20 Sep 2017 22:54:00 +0000: Nervous Arsenal scrape past Doncaster after Theo Walcott’s neat finish - Arsenal | The Guardian

    The circumstances might have been low-key compared to Wenger-Ferguson duels of old, but the second generation of a legendary footballing family did his upmost to ensure it was an edgy, vehemently competed affair as Arsenal squeaked past Doncaster Rovers. Darren Ferguson’s team gave Arsenal a fright as a contest that looked relatively comfortable in the first half turned into a nail-biter.

    The Carabao Cup might not be a priority – the lowest recorded crowd since Arsenal moved to the Emirates of 44,064 attested to a certain lack of enthusiasm in north London – but Doncaster and their merry followers were able to admire a battling performance that belied their position in the lower reaches of League One.

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  • Wed, 20 Sep 2017 21:11:46 +0000: Carabao Cup: third-round action plus fourth-round draw - as it happened - Arsenal | The Guardian

    The fourth-round draw in full:

    Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham United
    Bristol City v Crystal Palace
    Swansea City v Manchester United
    Arsenal v Norwich City
    Chelsea v Everton
    Manchester City v Wolverhampton Wanderers
    Leicester City v Leeds United
    Bournemouth v Middlesbrough

    Bournemouth v Middlesbrough. And that completes the fourth-round draw, ties to be played the week commencing October 23.

    Leicester City v Leeds United.

    Manchester City v Wolverhampton Wanderers.

    Chelsea v Everton.

    Arsenal v Norwich City.

    Swansea City v Manchester United.

    Bristol City v Crystal Palace.

    Here we go, then! Charlie Nicholas and Phil Thompson will make the draw for the fourth round. And the first tie is: Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham United.

    Stay awhile, please, will you? Because the draw for the fourth round is coming up soon! But while we wait, here’s the results from a night of action high on goals, low on drama, that late flurry at the Hawthorns apart:

    And so Leroy Sane is City’s two-goal hero. The 1970, 1976, 2014 and 2016 winners are in the hat for the fourth round, at the expense of the 1966 champs!

    What a chance for West Brom to equalise! McClean shoots from 25 yards out, down the inside-left channel. His effort is deflected, but drops to Robson-Kanu on the penalty spot! He’s just got to slot the ball past Bravo, but instead he crashes an effort off the outside of the left-hand post, and City survive! In the last minute of injury time!

    No clean sheet, then, but the holders are comfortably through to the fourth round.

    A consolation for Burton, and United finally concede this season at Old Trafford! Sub keeper Joel Pereira fumbles under a little pressure on his line, and Dyer smashes the loose ball home from a tight angle on the left!

    A free kick for City just outside the Baggies box. A poor decision to faff about, though, and Robson-Kanu is given half a chance to attack on the break. The move breaks down for West Brom, but they’ll have five additional minutes in which to save themselves.

    Just three minutes left on the clock at the Hawthorns, where the game is still in the balance. McClean threatens to break on goal but he’s disabused of that notion. Is there a surprise in this evening yet?

    The Gunners are through, but that was something of a misfire. Still, in the hat is in the hat. Arsenal haven’t won this trophy since 1993. Could this be their year?

    West Brom haven’t given this up by any means. Rondon flashes a header inches wide right of goal from six yards. Then Morrison threatens to break through, but can’t get anything meaningful away. A one-sided nonsense has suddenly exploded into life!

    The 1977 and 1984 finalists see off the 1985 and 2014 runners-up.

    Morrison is denied by a wonder save from Bravo. A second chance for West Brom to go ahead spurned. And then City fly up the other end, Sane sashaying down the right, gliding inside, dropping a shoulder, and floating a glorious effort into the top left!

    And that’s Chelsea into the fourth round.

    With the very last move of the match, Forest embark on some triangulation down the right wing. Finally the ball drops to Darikwa six yards out, and he sidefoots confidently into the bottom right for a consolation.

    At the Emirates, Mandeville dribbles in from the left and nearly Ricky Villas a goal out of nothing! Doncaster so nearly level against Arsenal! Meanwhile at the Hawthorns, the ball is slipped to the feet of Robson-Kanu, six yards out! He must score, but shanks an effort wide left of the target. Suddenly it’s Manchester City on the ropes!

    City are made to pay for their profligacy! A corner for the Baggies out on the right. The ball’s hooked into the mixer, where Jacob is on hand to sidefoot home from six yards! Where was the City defence? Not anywhere near Yacob. And we have drama! A match in the balance!

    TV set for Michy Batshuayi, please! Kenedy hammers a shot onto the Forest cross bar from a tight position on the left. His spectacular effort drops to Batshuayi, who taps home for his hat-trick!

    West Brom have been on the ropes all evening, but there’s only one goal in it at the Hawthorns. And suddenly Robson-Kanu flicks a ball down the inside-left channel to release Morrison into the City box! He threads a shot across Bravo and inches wide of the right-hand post. Then Sane romps up the other end, down the right. He’s clear, and should shoot, but squares it and the chance is gone.

    A delicate diagonal Davies pass looped forward to Niasse on the left-hand edge of the Sunderland box. Niasse chests down and extends a leg, lashing a fine finish into the top right.

    A one-two with Rashford sends Martial away, down the inside-right channel. Martial slots confidently, and powerfully, into the bottom right. Manchester United’s last two games have finished 3-0 and 4-0; there’s half an hour left for a pretty pattern to develop.

    Lookman very nearly makes it three for Everton against Sunderland. A couple of quick-fire snapshots towards the right-hand corner from close range. But he’s denied both times. “Ah, Nigel Jemson,” writes Andy Coupe. “A scorer of a hat-trick in this competition. The sponsors gave him a TV.” As mentioned earlier: Rumbelows, a class act.

    There’s not a lot going on. A lull. Despite the goals, this evening’s been one long lull. Drama, please!

    Doncaster are threatening to give Arsenal a game at the Emirates. May very nearly tore clear of the Arsenal back line, but Maitland-Niles zipped back to deal with the danger. Meanwhile Luke Shaw is on for Manchester United, for the first time this season, and he’s quickly into the action against Burton, seeing a goal chalked off for offside.

    The matches at Old Trafford and the Hawthorns have restarted, so we’re back up and running everywhere again. And Burton very nearly claw a goal back against Manchester United, a deep Palmer free kick from the right finding the head of Akpan, six yards out. He must work Romero at the very least, but the effort flies off target.

    Hazard’s first touch to set up that goal was lovely, though not quite in the Roberto Baggio class. But then what is? In case you missed it today ...

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    Hazard brings a long ball down, dead, on the edge of the area. He drifts a little to the right, drawing half the Forest team with him. So he rolls it back towards the penalty spot, where Batshuayi hammers low. The League Cup glory days of Nigel Jemson seem a long time ago right now. Well, they are a long time ago, but you get the general point.

    ... and at the Emirates, it should be a brace for Walcott. But set free down the middle, he topples backwards and lifts a dreadful effort miles over the bar with only the keeper to beat. Doncaster aren’t out of this quite yet.

    Sandro turns on the pace down the left and slides a ball forward for Calvert-Lewin, who sends a fine rising smash into the roof of the net! Two for Calvert-Lewin ...

    A fast start to the second half by Chelsea, who don’t really need it, three up as they are against Forest. Hazard cuts in from the left and batters a powerful effort onto the right-hand post.

    And it’s half-time in the 8pm kick offs. Good news for both Manchester clubs, as they head to the changing rooms in control. United are 3-0 up at home against Burton; City a goal to the good at West Brom.

    Burton, to their immense credit, keep on keepin’ on. Palmer, out on the left, loops a fine cross to the far post, where Lund brings the ball down but leans back and sends his effort from the right-hand corner of the six-yard box, way off target. A real chance. Up the other end, Lingard races into the box from the right and is lightly clipped by Turner. It should be a penalty kick, but the referee shows Burton some sympathy. You’d probably hear more about that were it goalless, or were United playing City. But this is where we are.

    A testimonial feel at Old Trafford. And then suddenly it’s party time again, as Martial dribbles with extreme prejudice down the left, throws in a couple of pretty tricks, then finds Lingard on the edge of the box. He aims for the bottom right, but the ball takes a huge deflection off Turner and into the bottom left. Ripley in goal had no chance.

    The half-times in the 7.45pm kick-offs: Arsenal 1-0 Doncaster; Chelsea 3-0 Forest; Everton 1-0 Sunderland. A good chance for Doncaster towards the end of the first 45, incidentally, May lashing a shot into the side netting from a tight angle on the right.

    Burton have spurned a superb chance to get back into the match at Old Trafford. Mason was found free in the centre, on the penalty spot with the ball at his feet. He tried to lift it over the out-rushing Romero, but didn’t get any purchase on the ball and the keeper was able to smother with ease.

    Gabriel Jesus has just scooped a shot over the bar at the Hawthorns from eight yards. What a miss by the brilliant Brazilian! West Brom could easily be three down already. No shame in that against this ludicrously entertaining Manchester City side. This Pep-v-Jose thing is shaping up to be quite a story, isn’t it. Here’s hoping both teams can keep it up all season.

    It’s not going to come at Stamford Bridge. The young Belgian Charly Musonda romps into a bit of space down the inside-right and lashes an unstoppable shot into the net.

    Everton have been on top at Goodison from the get-go. Now Calvert-Lewin takes advantage of a game of penalty-area pinball, the ball finally falling at his feet. He scoops it into the net from the spot. We’ve now got a full house of matches going the way everyone expected. Anyone fancy drumming up a little drama?

    Manchester City continue to dominate at West Brom. Mangala has just had a header clawed off the line. “Penny for Oxlade-Chamberlain’s thoughts?” parrots Colin Mackay. “How about 40 mil for Klopp’s thoughts?”

    Blind glides in from the left and feeds Rashford, who turns and larrups a stunning shot from the left of the D onto the left-hand post and in. What a shot! “No chance of one or both of them scoring, I suppose, but Burton Albion has both Flanagan and Allen in their starting line-up,” notes Steven Hughes. The Milk Cup, the 1960 US election, now memories of the music hall. The internet kids love this sort of thing. They can’t get enough of it. No need to thank us.

    Sanchez, deep on the left, sprays a delicious diagonal ball into the box for Walcott, who kills it stone dead with an exquisite touch and flicks it into the net. Some pass, some finish. Arsenal are beginning to find a little form, just as Liverpool have misplaced theirs. Penny for poor Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s thoughts right now.

    So having said that, Dowell nearly gives Forest a foothold in the game, whipping a glorious free kick towards the top right. But it’s an inch too high, and clatters into the post. Chelsea clear.

    At Chelsea, Forest are hanging on. Kenedy races down the left and very nearly finds Batshuayi with a dribbler of a cross, but the striker’s a toenail shy of poking home. Then Fabregas releases Zappacosta, who finds the net but he’s offside.

    Anything City can do, their rivals can match. Carrick quarterbacks from a deep position down the inside left. Mata, just inside the area, cushions the pass into the path of Rashford, coming in from the right. No mistake! Drama may well be at a premium tonight, the way things are going across the board.

    Lovely twinkling toes on the edge of the D by Hazard. He slips the ball through the middle, Batshuayi sashaying into the area and clipping home.

    Although goal-crazy Manchester City don’t need too much of a chance. Gundogan sees a snapshot from close range parried well by Foster; Sane is on hand to latch onto the rebound and smack home.

    The matches at Old Trafford and the Hawthorns have kicked off, so all five matches are now underway. Just the one goal so far. Give them a chance.

    Rudiger hoicks one in from the right wing. Ghosting in at the far post is Kenedy, who sidefoots with great purpose into the bottom left. The 1965, 1998, 2005, 2007 and 2015 winners take the lead against the champions of 1978, 1979, 1989 and 1990!

    No goals yet in the three 7.45pm kick offs at Arsenal, Chelsea and Everton. Arsenal have gone closest, Olivier Giroud trying to out-spectacular his effort against Crystal Palace last season with a scissor kick against Doncaster. He’s clattered his effort onto the bar. “Great photo of the wholesome, nutritious beverage sponsor of yesteryear,” begins Peter Oh, child of the 80s. “In America in the 90s there was a popular advertisement campaign called Got Milk?, which featured images of celebrities sporting milk moustaches. Try that with a fizzy energy drink. It’s just not the same.”

    And here’s Burton boss Nigel Clough, doing his bit to defend his Dad’s record. “Our mood is buoyant, we’ve been in a good run. These lads have played at Oldham and Cardiff, and have got us here, so I thought I’d stick with them. We need Man U to have an off night, they’re capable of tearing Premier League defences apart. We’ll try to hang on in there, and see if we can get a goal. We’ll try to enjoy it, we never know if we’ll ever come back here again. So we’re going to enjoy it, and have a go!”

    Some hot Jose Mourinho pre-match chat. “We have to win tonight, and my experience in the English cups suggests that every match is a tricky one. Every opponent has a dream and every match can be very difficult. Let’s go step by step, and try to make the draw. Players are not happy when they don’t play, so I have to rotate. We have a good team, a team that respects the opponent, and a bench that gives me options should I need to meet changes.” Should Mourinho’s team retain their trophy this year, the manager becomes the most successful boss in League Cup history. He’s currently tied at the top with Brian Clough and Sir Alex Ferguson, having lifted the three-handled trophy on four occasions. He’s not worried about individual baubles, though, right?

    It’s all change for Arsenal! Nobody who started the goalless draw at Chelsea is in their starting XI tonight. Jack Wilshere is back, as is Alexis Sanchez. League One Doncaster lost at home to Scunthorpe on Sunday; they make two swaps, with on-loan Chelsea midfielder Jordan Houghton and striker Alfie May coming in.

    Chelsea make nine changes from that aforementioned goalless draw on Sunday. Gary Cahill and Cesc Fabregas are the only constants, while Willy Caballero makes his debut in goal, and Eden Hazard starts a match for the first time this season. Nottingham Forest make eight changes, with former Chelsea prospect Michael Mancienne the centrepiece of their defence.

    Arsenal: Ospina, Holding, Mertesacker, Chambers, Maitland-Niles, Elneny, Wilshere, Nelson, Walcott, Sanchez, Giroud.
    Subs: Iwobi, Monreal, Akpom, Macey, Joseph Willock, Da Silva, Nketiah.
    Doncaster Rovers: Lawlor, Blair, Butler, Whiteman, Wright, Kongolo, Mason, Coppinger, Rowe, Houghton, May.
    Subs: Toffolo, Alcock, Marquis, Williams, Marosi, Mandeville, Garrett.

    Chelsea: Caballero, Rudiger, Christensen, Cahill, Zappacosta, Fabregas, Bakayoko, Kenedy, Musonda, Batshuayi, Hazard.
    Subs: Morata, Moses, Willian, Clarke-Salter, Eduardo, Ampadu, Sterling.
    Nottingham Forest: Henderson, Worrall, Hobbs, Mancienne, Lichaj, Bouchalakis, Osborn, Dowell, Fox, Cummings, Walker.
    Subs: McKay, Clough, Brereton, Carayol, Darikwa, Vellios, Smith.

    It’s the third round of the League Cup! (No, I can’t bring myself to call it that. Rumbelows never seemed a classier brand.) And here are the remaining fixtures, to be played this fine evening ...

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Historic News Stories have been added below:

  • Wed, 28 Jun 2017 20:24:32 +0000: Arsenal have bid rejected for Lacazette - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Arsenal | BBC
    Arsenal have a bid rejected for France international striker Alexandre Lacazette, but negotiations are still ongoing with Lyon.
  • Tue, 27 Jun 2017 14:53:47 +0000: Arsenal in Meadow Park groundshare deal - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Arsenal | BBC
    Boreham Wood agree a 10-year groundshare deal with Women's Super League club Arsenal Ladies and Arsenal's youth teams.
  • Fri, 23 Jun 2017 17:18:25 +0000: Shield proceeds to be given to Grenfell - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Arsenal | BBC
    Proceeds from the 2017 FA Community Shield will be donated to support those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire.
  • Tue, 20 Jun 2017 11:16:16 +0000: The stars helping Grenfell Tower victims - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Arsenal | BBC
    Here are just some of the many famous people who are helping out those affected by last week's tragedy.
  • Wed, 14 Jun 2017 08:00:05 +0000: Premier League fixtures in full - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Arsenal | BBC
    Find out your club's full fixture list for the 2017-18 Premier League season.

The summer transfer action is beginning to come hard and fast for Arsenal as they now have begun to receive many offers for the want away Dutch striker Robin Van Persie who is out of contract with the gunner at the end of next season. The clubs star player has made it clear he will not be signing a new contract with the gunners and this has prompted all of Europe’s top clubs to begin a bidding war for the phenomenal striker.

Another player who could be set to leave the Emirates stadium is Carlos Vela who is now in the middle of discussions for a transfer to the Spanish side Real Sociedad who are thought to be lining up a £5.000.000 deal for the Mexican international. Vela has been on the sidelines for some time now and it is clear that his future lies elsewhere and away from London.

The capture of Lucas Podolski from Cologne a few weeks back was meant to signal the start of a new era at Arsenal as the club have been trophy less for the past five years. The German international was seen as the perfect partner for Robin Van Persie but with the Dutch striker certainly on his way out of the Emirates it is now more than likely that Podolski will be leading the line along with another new signing up from in the form of up and coming superstar Olivier Giroud.

Another player who could be leaving the London club this summer is Marouane Chamakh who has found himself out of the picture at Arsenal for the past twelve month and has only started a handful of games during this time. The Morroccan international is wanted by Fiorentina and Dutch champions Ajax and the striker is keen on a move to either of these sides in search of first team football.

Arsenal are also said to be in for the highly thought of Egyptian defender Islam Ramadan who plays for his homeland club Haras El Hodood with the twenty one year old thought to be an integral part of Wengers new defensive plans. Ramadan has also attracted a huge amount of interest from some of Europe’s leading clubs including Lyon, Benfica and Sporting Lisbon.

Arsenal Game Results

Arsenal Game Results for 2016 – 2017

Sunday 7th May 2017 – Arsenal 2 – 0 Manchester United

The entire season results for Arsenal in all competitions have been compiled and duly added below.

Premier League Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 Arsenal Sun 30 Apr Full time
Premier League Arsenal 1-0 Leicester City Wed 26 Apr Full time
FA Cup – Semi-Final Arsenal 2-1 Manchester City Sun 23 Apr Full time
Premier League Middlesbrough 1-2 Arsenal Mon 17 Apr Full time
Premier League Crystal Palace 3-0 Arsenal Mon 10 Apr Full time
Premier League Arsenal 3-0 West Ham United Wed 5 Apr Full time
Premier League Arsenal 2-2 Manchester City Sun 2 Apr Full time
Premier League West Bromwich Albion 3-1 Arsenal Sat 18 Mar Full time
FA Cup – Sixth Round Arsenal 5-0 Lincoln City Sat 11 Mar Full time
Champions League – Round of 16 Arsenal 1-5 Bayern Munich Tue 7 Mar Full time
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Premier League Liverpool 3-1 Arsenal Sat 4 Mar Full time
FA Cup – Fifth Round Sutton United 0-2 Arsenal Mon 20 Feb Full time
Champions League – Round of 16 Bayern Munich 5-1 Arsenal Wed 15 Feb Full time
Premier League Arsenal 2-0 Hull City Sat 11 Feb Full time
Premier League Chelsea 3-1 Arsenal Sat 4 Feb Full time
Premier League Arsenal 1-2 Watford Tue 31 Jan Full time
FA Cup – Fourth Round Southampton 0-5 Arsenal Sat 28 Jan Full time
Premier League Arsenal 2-1 Burnley Sun 22 Jan Full time
Premier League Swansea City 0-4 Arsenal Sat 14 Jan Full time
FA Cup – Third Round Preston North End 1-2 Arsenal Sat 7 Jan Full time
Premier League Bournemouth 3-3 Arsenal Tue 3 Jan Full time
Premier League Arsenal 2-0 Crystal Palace Sun 1 Jan Full time
Premier League Arsenal 1-0 West Bromwich Albion Mon 26 Dec Full time
Premier League Manchester City 2-1 Arsenal Sun 18 Dec Full time
Premier League Everton 2-1 Arsenal Tue 13 Dec Full time
Premier League Arsenal 3-1 Stoke City Sat 10 Dec Full time
Champions League – Group A FC Basel 1-4 Arsenal Tue 6 Dec Full time
Premier League West Ham United 1-5 Arsenal Sat 3 Dec Full time
EFL Cup – Quarter-Final Arsenal 0-2 Southampton Wed 30 Nov Full time
Premier League Arsenal 3-1 Bournemouth Sun 27 Nov Full time
Champions League – Group A Arsenal 2-2 Paris Saint Germain Wed 23 Nov Full time
Premier League Manchester United 1-1 Arsenal Sat 19 Nov Full time
Premier League Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham Hotspur Sun 6 Nov Full time
Champions League – Group A Ludogorets Razgrad 2-3 Arsenal Tue 1 Nov Full time
Premier League Sunderland 1-4 Arsenal Sat 29 Oct Full time
EFL Cup – Fourth Round Arsenal 2-0 Reading Tue 25 Oct Full time
Premier League Arsenal 0-0 Middlesbrough Sat 22 Oct Full time
Champions League – Group A Arsenal 6-0 Ludogorets Razgrad Wed 19 Oct Full time
Premier League Arsenal 3-2 Swansea City Sat 15 Oct Full time
Premier League Burnley 0-1 Arsenal Sun 2 Oct Full time
Champions League – Group A Arsenal 2-0 FC Basel Wed 28 Sep Full time
Premier League Arsenal 3-0 Chelsea Sat 24 Sep Full time
EFL Cup – Third Round Nottingham Forest 0-4 Arsenal Tue 20 Sep Full time
Premier League Hull City 1-4 Arsenal Sat 17 Sep Full time
Champions League – Group A Paris Saint Germain 1-1 Arsenal Tue 13 Sep Full time
Premier League Arsenal 2-1 Southampton Sat 10 Sep Full time
Premier League Watford 1-3 Arsenal Sat 27 Aug Full time
Premier League Leicester City 0-0 Arsenal Sat 20 Aug Full time
Premier League Arsenal 3-4 Liverpool Sun 14 Aug Full time
Premier League Arsenal 4-0 Aston Villa Sun 15 May Full time

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Arsenal Games Fixtures

Arsenal Games Fixtures

2016 – 2017 Season

Premier League Southampton V Arsenal Wed 10 May 19:45
Premier League Stoke City V Arsenal Sat 13 May 17:30
Premier League Arsenal V Sunderland Tue 16 May 19:45
Premier League Arsenal V Everton Sun 21 May 15:00
FA Cup – Final Arsenal V Chelsea Sat 27 May 17:30

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