Arsenal Scores & Results

Live Arsenal scores are available at FootballScores.com throughout the season, with the Gunners recognised as one of the biggest clubs in England. Millions of Arsenal supporters will be hoping their team mount a serious title challenge during the 2014/15 season, having finished fourth last time out which ensured that Arsene Wenger’s team qualified for the Champions League yet again. The signing of Alexis Sanchez promises to produce fireworks and we will bring you the latest on Arsenal when it comes to live scores, results and breaking news on the Gunners.

Fixtures & Results ^

England: Club Friendlies
Standings
15th Jul 13:30 Singapore Select XI Odds Arsenal
England: Premier League
Standings
25th Nov 13:30 AFC Bournemouth Odds Arsenal
2nd Dec 14:05 Arsenal Odds Tottenham Hotspur
5th Dec 20:00 Manchester United Odds Arsenal
8th Dec 15:00 Arsenal Odds Huddersfield Town
16th Dec 13:30 Southampton Odds Arsenal
22nd Dec 12:30 Arsenal Odds Burnley
26th Dec 17:15 Brighton & Hove Albion Odds Arsenal
29th Dec 17:30 Liverpool Odds Arsenal
1st Jan 15:00 Arsenal Odds Fulham
12th Jan 12:30 West Ham United Odds Arsenal
19th Jan 17:30 Arsenal Odds Chelsea
29th Jan 19:45 Arsenal Odds Cardiff City
2nd Feb 15:00 Manchester City Odds Arsenal
9th Feb 15:00 Huddersfield Town Odds Arsenal
23rd Feb 15:00 Arsenal Odds Southampton
26th Feb 19:45 Arsenal Odds AFC Bournemouth
2nd Mar 15:00 Tottenham Hotspur Odds Arsenal
9th Mar 15:00 Arsenal Odds Manchester United
16th Mar 15:00 Wolverhampton Wanderers Odds Arsenal
30th Mar 15:00 Arsenal Odds Newcastle United
6th Apr 15:00 Everton Odds Arsenal
13th Apr 15:00 Watford Odds Arsenal
20th Apr 15:00 Arsenal Odds Crystal Palace
27th Apr 15:00 Leicester City Odds Arsenal
4th May 15:00 Arsenal Odds Brighton & Hove Albion
12th May 15:00 Burnley Odds Arsenal
England: Europa League Grp. E
Standings
29th Nov 17:55 Vorskla Odds Arsenal
13th Dec 20:00 Arsenal Odds Qarabag FK
England: EFL Cup
Standings
18th Dec 19:45 Arsenal Odds Tottenham Hotspur

Arsenal Fixtures

Arsenal kick off the 2014/15 season with a home match against Crystal Palace, while a tricky trip to Goodison Park is then followed by a game against top flight new boys Leicester City. The Gunners got off to a flyer last season and the Arsenal fixtures have the potential for Wenger’s team to get off on the front foot yet again, with the north London side likely to play an attractive brand of football which will yield plenty of goals.

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