Our 3-4-FREE offer concludes on Arsenal TV Online with the Arsenal v Stoke MatchDay Show!
Build-up, Commentary, Reaction, Interaction
The only place to follow EVERY Arsenal game this season is Arsenal TV Online - and today, it's FREE!
Our MatchDay Show is bigger and better than ever with three hours of coverage from each game plus your chance to join the debate during and after the match.
E-mail our commentary team throughout the show and call the studio on 020 7607 3200 (from UK) or 0044 20 7607 3200 (outside UK) after the final whistle.
Here's what you can expect when Arsenal face Stoke City at Emirates Stadium:
Our MatchDay Show starts 30 minutes before kick-off with live build-up to the match including highlights from the previous game, an exclusive pre-match interview with Arsène Wenger, the manager's pre-match press conference and an insight into our opponents.
Enjoy live audio commentary from Dan Roebuck and former Gunner Paul Davis. They will respond to your e-mails during the game. Click here for live text commentary and find out why we cannot show a live video stream of the game.
Our commentary team hand back to the studio where our presenter will launch a special video feature, field more of your e-mails and reflect on all the talking points from the first half at Emirates Stadium.
Stay online for exclusive post-match reaction. Plus join the debate - via e-mail or phone - as our studio team discuss the match. If you're calling from the UK, dial 020 7607 3200. If you're calling from outside the UK, dial +44 20 7607 3200. We'll call you straight back. Don't forget to enter our matchday competition with some great prizes up for grabs!
Remember, like any website we CANNOT stream games live due to Premier League rights restrictions. However, for Premier League home games you can enjoy a live picture show of the match - updated every 10 seconds.Copyright 2015 The Arsenal Football Club plc. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to www.arsenal.com as the source 5 Dec 2009