Arsenal-Sevilla on TV? Emirates Cup Matchtime The final phase of Arsenal’s preseason schedule will take place at their own stadium, the Emirates, when they take on Sevilla in the Emirates Cup.
The Gunners finished up their tour of the Americas with a fantastic 4-0 triumph over their rivals from London, Chelsea.
Arsenal-Sevilla on TV? Emirates Cup Matchtime
The final preseason match for Sevilla, which was played against Sporting CP, descended into chaos. Credit: Rex
And the summer signing Gabriel Jesus was the one who stole the show once again as he opened the scoring and caused the Blues to be in a state of complete and utter disarray.
On the other hand, Mikel Arteta will be doing everything in his power to ensure that his team carries this confidence into the new season, which starts in less than two weeks.
But first, Arsenal must defeat Sevilla, a team who on July 16 caused problems for their fierce rivals in North London, Tottenham.
When does the match between Arsenal and Sevilla begin?
On Saturday, July 30, Arsenal will treat Sevilla like they’re walking on the red carpet.
It is slated to begin at 1.30 p.m., local time in the United Kingdom.
This Emirates Cup match will take place at the Emirates Stadium in North London, which has a capacity of around 60,000 spectators and will serve as the venue.
In 2017, the Gunners were defeated by Sevilla in a match played for the Emirates Cup.
Is the Arsenal match against Sevilla going to be broadcast, and if not, is there any way I may watch it live online?
Regrettably, the mouthwatering match between Arsenal and Sevilla will NOT be televised live on television in the UK.
On the other hand, for a fee of $5.99, viewers may watch an exclusive live stream of the match on the official website and mobile app of Arsenal Football Club.
In order to obtain additional details, go visit Arsenal.com.
Reports from the team
Kieran Tierney, Fabio Vieira, and Takehiro Tomiyasu were all unable to play for Mikel Arteta’s side during their beating at the hands of Chelsea.
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Nevertheless, the head coach of Arsenal was able to provide an estimated comeback date for Vieira and Tomiyasu, but not for Tierney.
According to Arteta, “Tomi is pretty close to start performing some training sessions – possibly next week and Fabio probably won’t be able to begin for a little while longer.”
“I think he needs another week or so before he starts with the team, but he’s been working hard and he’s been really unlucky to start his Arsenal career in this way, but again, he’s fitting in well,” I said. “Although he’s been working hard and he’s been really unlucky to start his Arsenal career in this way, he’s fitting in well
In other news, the impending departure of Jules Kounde from Sevilla has been the primary topic of conversation as Barcelona continue to show interest in the French international.\