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Club to receive Bank of England COVID loan

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As we continue to work through the implications of the global pandemic on our finances, we can confirm today that the club has met the criteria set by the Bank of England for the Covid Corporate Financing Facility (CCFF). 

As a result, we are taking a short-term £120 million loan through this facility to partially assist in managing the impact of the revenue losses attributable to the pandemic. This is a similar approach to that taken by a wide variety of major organisations across many industries including sport, and is repayable in May 2021.

The CCFF is designed to provide short-term finance at commercial rates during the pandemic to companies that have strong investment ratings and which make significant contributions to the British economy. 

The CCFF is in addition to the loan provided by our owners Kroenke, Sports & Entertainment that enabled us to refinance the debt on Emirates Stadium in August last year.

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Four Premier League fixtures are rescheduled

We can confirm that the following four of our Premier League fixtures have been rescheduled:

Wolves v Arsenal
Tuesday, February 2
Kick off: 6pm (originally 7.45pm)
Live: BT Sport

Aston Villa v Arsenal
Saturday, February 6
Kick off: 12.30pm (originally 3pm)
Live: BT Sport

Arsenal v Leeds
Sunday, February 14 (originally Saturday, February 13)
Kick off: 4.30pm
Live: Sky Sports

Arsenal v Manchester City
Sunday, February 21 (originally Saturday, February 20)
Kick off: 4.30pm
Live: Sky Sports

The ‘standard’ TV selections have now been made up to and including January 31, 2021. Ordinarily, fixtures up to this date will not now change. However, as ever, all fixtures remain subject to change and circumstances may yet arise which result in further fixture changes.

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