Arsenal Diary: What’s in store this week

Emirates celebration

With UEFA Champions League football returning and a north London derby at Emirates Stadium, we have a big week ahead. Here is everything you can expect over the course of the next seven days:


Pre-PSV press conference (3.30pm)

Arteta Everton

Mikel Arteta will address the media from 3.30pm onwards for his pre-PSV Eindhoven press conference. As per Champions League protocol, we will also include a player in the press conference.

Live coverage will be available on and the official app, with a full round-up of everything that happened published right after.


Arsenal U19s v PSV U19s | 1pm

Our UEFA Youth League group stage begins at Meadow Park, home of Boreham Wood FC, when we take on PSV Eindhoven’s under-19s at 1pm on Wednesday.

Click here to find out everything you need to know about the competition.

Arsenal v PSV | 8pm

Joe Cole

It’s set to be a big night at Emirates Stadium on Wednesday, with Champions League football returning to the ground for the first time since 2017.

Click here to find out more about our first group stage opponents, PSV Eindhoven.


Mikel Arteta’s pre-Tottenham press conference (1.30pm)

Arteta press

Mikel Arteta will face the media on Friday afternoon when he hosts his pre-match press conference ahead of our home game against Tottenham Hotspur.

Live coverage will be available on and the official app, with a full round-up of everything that happened published right after.


Arsenal U18s v Southampton U18s | 11am

U18s group

Our Under-18 Premier League season continues at London Colney as we look for a better result than last weekend’s 2-2 draw away to Reading.

Southampton are second from bottom in the division but won their most recent game 4-2 at home to Norwich City.

Manchester United U21s v Arsenal U21s | 12pm

Our Premier League 2 Division One campaign resumes at Trafford Training Centre as we look to build on our strong start to the season. We beat Reading 3-0 prior to the international break to go third in PL2, while United are 15th with four points from four games, most recently drawing 5-5 at Sunderland.


Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur | 2pm


We host Tottenham in the north London derby after promising starts to the season for both sides, with 13 points from five Premier League games.

We’ll be looking to pick up where we left off following Sunday’s 1-0 win against Everton at Goodison Park, while Spurs will be aiming to capitalise on their 2-1 win at home to Sheffield United last weekend.

There will be the usual pre-match build-up right here on and the official app with Breakdown Live an hour before kick-off, with all the usual post-match content published on both, including interviews and highlights as well as the full 90 minutes for you to enjoy if you missed the action in north London.

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