Arsenal Diary: What’s in store this week

City celeb

We’re back in Premier League action this week following the October international break, while our Under-18s and Women’s teams also have games to prepare for.

Here is everything you can expect on over the coming week:


Eddie England

International duty continues for our Gunners who were selected to play for their countries.

We will be reporting on all of the UEFA Euro 2024 qualifiers and international friendlies that our players are involved in.

Keep an eye on Group C of the Euro 2024 qualifiers on Tuesday night as England (Nketiah, Ramsdale, Rice) face Italy, who are three points below them, while Ukraine (Zinchenko) take on Malta. 

Ukraine are currently level on points with Italy but have a lower goal difference, and only the top two teams can qualify.


Arteta presser

9am - Mikel Arteta press conference

Mikel Arteta will face the media at London Colney from 9am for his pre-Chelsea press conference. Live coverage will be available on and the official app, with a full round-up of everything that happened published right after.

10.30am - Jonas Eidevall press conference

Jonas Eidevall will speak to the media on Friday morning ahead of our Women's Super League clash with newly promoted Bristol City. A full round-up of our head coach's words will be available on right after. 


U18s huddle

11am - Middlesbrough U18s v Arsenal U18s

Our Under-18s are back in Premier League Cup action at Rockliffe Park on Saturday morning.

We began Group B with a 1-1 draw against West Ham United in early September, while Middlesbrough were beaten 3-2 by Derby County.

We will provide a full post-match report on as well as reaction from Jack Wilshere and one of his young Gunners.

Stamford Bridge gv

5.30pm - Chelsea v Arsenal at Stamford Bridge

Premier League football returns following the international break and we’ll be back in action at Stamford Bridge to face Chelsea on Saturday evening.

With eight games played, we’re level at the top of the league with Tottenham Hotspur, while Chelsea are 11th having earned 11 points so far under Mauricio Pochettino.

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.

Ashton Gate


6.45pm - Bristol City Women v Arsenal Women at Ashton Gate

After our first Barclays Women’s Super League win of the season, we travel to Ashton Gate to face newly promoted Bristol City in the WSL. 

With one win, one draw and one defeat, we go into the game seventh in the league, while Bristol are bottom of the table with three defeats from three games.

See Full List

Fixtures & Results

Premier League
Ticket Info