Friday night is back - and tonight it's FREE!

If you haven't sampled the best of Arsenal TV Online, we're giving you the chance to try it for FREE.

Our offer kicked off with Games Night on Thursday and it continues from 7pm (UK time) tonight when Friday Night Live hits your screens.

Make sure you don't miss out on three hours of Arsenal shows plus your chance to win tickets to see Arsenal v Stoke City at Emirates Stadium on Saturday!

Here's what you can expect on Arsenal TV Online tonight - and here's how you can get involved:

Arsenal TV Online commentator - Dan Roebuck

with Dan Roebuck, Stewart Robson and Nigel Winterburn
7pm (UK time)

The evening kicks off at 7pm (UK time) with Arsenal Live. Dan, Stewart and Nigel will reflect on the Chelsea and Manchester City matches and look ahead to the Stoke and Olympiacos games. You can expect exclusive interviews with Arsène Wenger, Theo Walcott, Alex Song and Emmanuel Eboue, plus your chance to win tickets for Saturday's match against Stoke.


featuring Denilson
8pm (UK time)
Our popular 'Spotlight' series is back this season. These wide-ranging interviews give Arsenal's fans a chance to get to know the players they cheer on week-in, week-out. Most interviews focus on what's been happening on the pitch. Our 'Spotlight' interviews help you find out more about the players' lives off the pitch too.

Arsenal fans

with Tom Watt, Shovell and James Olley (London Evening Standard)
8:15pm to 10pm (UK time)

Hosted by Tom Watt, the Fans' Forum does exactly what you'd expect. It's your chance to speak your mind about Arsenal and speak directly to diehard Gooner Shovell plus a leading London journalist. Don't just watch - get in touch too. There are three ways to contact our panel: CALL +44 (0) 207 359 0999, TEXT ATV to 60600 or E-MAIL Can we win a trophy? Should we buy a player? Who deserves a first-team chance? Have your say on the Fans' Forum.

3-4-FREE on Arsenal TV Online continues on Saturday. Click here for full details.

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4 Dec 2009