BY Harry Corton

28 Oct

How To Watch Arsenal v Brighton On Amazon Prime

This winter, football fans have another way to follow the Premier League as 20 matches are to be broadcast live exclusively on Amazon Prime.

So far it’s proving to be a winter of discontent for Arsenal as a fractious split has left their fan base warring and seen club captain Granit Xhaka being stripped of the armband by a manager clambering desperately to stay afloat. We’ve got the full lowdown on how you can watch Arsenal v Brighton on Amazon Prime this winter below.

When is it?

Arsenal v Brighton kicks off at 20:15 on Thursday 5th December 2019.

Where Can I Find Pubs Showing Arsenal v Brighton?

Click here to view a full list of UK and Ireland pubs showing Amazon Prime.

Can I Watch It At Home?

Yes - If you have an Amazon Prime subscription.

You can choose to watch the games on any device connected to the internet including a smart TV, a games console, a tablet, Chromecast or a smartphone.

How Much Does Amazon Prime Cost?

A personal Prime subscription costs £7.99 per month or £79 per year and all 10 of the Premier League matches are included in that price. You can get a free 30-day trial whereby you can cancel at any point before payment is taken at the end of the month.

Arsenal v Brighton - Pub Ammo

Previous Meeting?

The Gunners were held to a painfully below-par 1-1 draw at the Emirates last season thanks to another clumsy cock-up by Xhaka. The result ultimately cost Unai Emery’s side their Champions League spot for this season.

Did You Know?

  • Brighton are the only side to have ever won the Community Shield but never either the FA Cup or Premier League/Division 1.
  • The 1-1 draw at the Emirates last season was the first time Brighton have avoided defeat away to a big-6 team in the Premier League.
  • The point secured by the Seagulls last May was the first league point Brighton had managed at Arsenal since a 0-0 draw in 1982.

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