Get Arsenal news direct to your desktop with the Arsenal RSS feed!
What is RSS?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a simple and effective way to keep updated automatically on your favourite website or websites. The traditional way is to log on to your favourite site such as Arsenal.com and then access the latest news from Highbury by looking at a variety of pages. But with RSS this is done for you through a single source - an RSS reader.
What is an RSS Reader?
There are a number of RSS readers available for download on the web or for a free web-based subscription. The reader allows the user to view the RSS feed from the respective website. Arsenal.com have tested the RSS feeds not only through browsers such as Firefox but also the feedreader and rssreader readers. You may wish to choose your own reader, many new ones are constantly being developed, you can search here
Supporters using Mac OS X may want to try Newsfire at www.newsfirerss.com.
How do I use RSS?
RSS is simple to use and can be done in one of two ways; One option is to install an RSS Reader as listed above. Once you have installed the reader to your machine you then just add the different news feeds into your reader. In the case of Arsenal.com you need to paste http://www.arsenal.com/rssfeed into the reader to start receiving the latest news updates. You can also choose to view feeds via a browser such as Safari (on a Mac) or Firefox. These browsers allow you to add the feed as a live bookmark
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Arsenal.com does not accept any liability for its RSS feeds. Please see the Terms and Conditions. for full details.Copyright 2013 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 12 Jun 2008