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 Arsenal Fixtures Lined Up for 2020

Being a part of the Premier League, the top league level in the English football system, the Arsenal Football Club team is a lot of fun to see in action. With a lot of games coming up, you will have all sorts of chances to see Arsenal FC (also known as The Gunners) in their natural state – playing football. Before their Premier League game fixtures, this outstanding team has some Europa League and Carabao Cup games lined up (including an Ostersunds FK and Manchester City game).

Here is the list for 2018 Arsenal fixtures:

Premier League Arsenal Fixtures

Date Fixture
Thursday 1st March Manchester City
Sunday 4th March Brighton and Hove Albion
Sunday 11th March Watford
Saturday 17th March Leicester City
Sunday 1st April Stoke City
Saturday 7th April Southampton
Saturday 14th April Newcastle United
Saturday 21st April West Ham United
Saturday 28th April Manchester United
Saturday 5th May Burnley
Sunday 13th May Huddersfield Town

If you are new to football, visiting England, or just in need of more information before you decide to purchase a ticket and go to a game, here is everything you need to know about the Arsenal Football Club and the Premier League games:

What is the Premier League?

The English Premier League is made up of twenty football clubs that runs on a promotion and relegation system. Arsenal FC was only relegated once back in 1913, so they have been doing rather well. Each team plays 28 matches during a Premier League season, lasting from August to May.

As you can see from the chart of 2018 Arsenal Fixtures, games are typically on Saturdays and Sundays – making them convenient to attend or catch on television. As one of the most watched leagues for sports lovers around the world, it is easy to see why this League is so exciting to watch.

History of the Arsenal Football Club

This prominent team began as a cluster of coworkers in 1886. In their beginning years, they went through several name transformations; the group began as calling themselves Dial Square and then Royal Arsenal. Royal Arsenal began seeing an increase in playing success as then went on to win the London Charity Cup, and both the Kent Junior and Kent Senior Cups.

They moved around several times, eventually changing their name to Woolwich Arsenal and moving back to the Club’s Manor Ground home. This was a good place to be at the time, but by 1913 the Club moved to Highbury, which has been its home even till today. They dropped the ‘Woolwich’ from their name and became the Arsenal FC we are currently familiar with. Arsenal FC rang in the 20th century as the team with the highest average league position.

The Arsenal fixtures lineup is certainly setting football fans up for an exciting year. If you’re really curious about finding out more about the Arsenal Football Club, you can visit their home base for a tour of Emirates Stadium or see the Club’s history unfold in the Arsenal Museum.

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