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How to watch, stream the Arsenal men and women this season

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With the FAWSL and Premier League seasons right around the corner, here’s how you can watch the Arsenal women and the Arsenal men on TV and streaming online this year.

The Arsenal women will have some of their matches streamed by NBC, including this weekend’s tilt with Reading. The network is expected to officially announce a deal that will see them stream 50 FAWSL matches this season, including 12 on television (not necessarily live on TV). To watch the NBC matches, you’ll need a cable subscription. I’d guess that those matches will also be on Peacock, but that has not been confirmed. The remainder of the women’s matches will be streamed for free on the FA Player.

The majority of the men’s Premier League matches will be broadcast on either NBCSN or NBC, with a handful on Peacock exclusively. As of right now, the Europa League will be on CBS All-Access, a paid subscription service. The Carabao and FA Cup matches will be on ESPN+ (that is a TSF ref-link), which is also a paid subscription.

SB Nation has a partnership with fuboTV (US) which is a bundled subscription service that stream live TV online and cover pretty much all the Arsenal men’s action that is broadcast on TV (but not the online-only matches). DAZN is a similar service available in Canada and elsewhere internationally.

As always, we’ll include specific information on where to watch each match, for the Arsenal men and the women, in the individual match previews.

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