Is Nurnberg vs Arsenal on TV? Channel, live stream, kick-off time and team news for TODAY’S pre-season friendly

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Is Nurnberg vs Arsenal on TV? Channel, live stream, kick-off time and team news for TODAY’S pre-season friendly

ARSENAL continue their pre-season schedule in Germany against second tier Bundesliga side FC Nurnberg TODAY. The Gunners are looking to build on

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ARSENAL continue their pre-season schedule in Germany against second tier Bundesliga side FC Nurnberg TODAY.

The Gunners are looking to build on their 5-1 victory over championship outfit Ipswich last week, in which Eddie Nketiah stole the headlines by grabbing a hat-trick at London Colney.

Eddie Nketiah celebrates his hat-trick against Ipswich
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However Nurnberg may prove to be tougher opposition as the Gunners will be in unfamiliar surroundings.

But their new £45million pound striker Gabriel Jesus will be keen to show why he is worth the hefty price tag.

What time does Nurnberg vs Arsenal kick off?

  • Arsenal face Nurnberg on TODAY – Friday, 8th July.
  • The game is scheduled to kick off at 4:30pm UK time – 5:30pm local time.
  • The game will be held in the Max-Morlock-Stadion which hosted six games in the 2006 World Cup.
  • This is the first encounter between the two sides, however Arsenal have lost their last four games to German opposition.

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What TV channel is Nurnberg vs Arsenal on and can I live stream?

  • Nurnberg vs Arsenal will be broadcast live on Arsenal.com for a price of £5.99.
  • Match build up starts from 2.30pm.
  • The game is not available in Germany.
  • You can also stay up to date by following SunSport’s live blog with minute by minute coverage of the match on the day.


Team news

Mikel Arteta is expected to give the new Brazilian stars Marquinhos and Gabriel Jesus a run out.

Though Portuguese new boy Fabio Vieira could miss out due to being pictured in a protective boot.

And Kieran Tierney – who missed the end of last season with injury – is set to feature.

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