Premier League kick-off in four days

By | August 7, 2017

In four day it is time for the Premier League kick-off. The Emirates Stadium will be the arena where Arsenal will play against Everton.

Arsenal won the FA Community Shield final yesterday against Chelsea. The match ended with 1-1, and then Arsenal won on penalties. They possessed the ball more than Chelsea, and most people would say that it was a well deserved win. Can they keep up in the Premier League kick-off against Everton?

Everton has already played a couple of important Europe League qualification matches. As a result, they have had some serious matches played already, and this might give them a little advantage before the Premier League kick-off. Another advantage is the recent arrival of Wayne Rooney to the club. The boy who left Everton as a young man to play for Manchester United has now returned to Goodison Park. But, the season premiere will be on Emirates Stadium for him as well.

Emirates Stadium

Premier League kick-off at Emirates Stadium in London

Where are you gonna watch the Premier League kick-off?

The opening match between Arsenal and Everton will be broadcasted on television in nations all across the world. In England the match will be broadcasted on Sky Sports, meaning that you can watch it online on NOW TV with a NOW TV Sports Pass. This is the best option if you are in England, but if you want to save some money, then you would do much better by buying a FuboTV Premier Subscription instead. Not only can you watch all the great Premier League football (much more than on Sky Sports), but you can also watch all the best leagues in Europe and the big club tournaments in addition.

If you want to know more about how you can stream FuboTV in England, visit fubotv.fromabroad.org.

What to do in London before the match?

Are you going to London to watch the match on the spot? The Emirates Stadium is the most expensive in all of England, and if you want to grab something to drink on the stadium it gets even more expensive. It is therefore, a cheaper solution to watch Arsenal vs. Everton in a sports-pub instead. Then you can spend some money at discovering the beauties of London instead. Why not visit the London Eye, walk around in the British Museum, smell the amazing history of the Westminster Abbey, use the tubo of London, and simply discover this amazing city.

You can read more about London in the London Guide at www.guidetolondon.net.

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