Arsenal vs Sydney FC live stream: How to watch the pre-season friendly online and on TV

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    English football heavyweights Arsenal have travelled to Australia and will play the first of two scheduled matches against Sydney FC on Thursday, July 13 at ANZ Stadium. This is The Roar’s ultimate guide to live streaming the match online and watching it on TV.

    Arsenal has unveiled a star-studded squad for the match, including new signing Alexandre Lacazette, which is expected to draw sell-out crowds to ANZ Stadium when they go up against the A-League’s defending champions, Sydney FC, before facing the Western Sydney Wanderers on Saturday.

    With the start of the Premier League season less than six weeks away, these matches will give fans a good insight into the form of the powerhouse club before they embark on their Chinese tour.

    Here’s all the information you need to watch the game as it happens.

    How to watch on TV

    SBS has announced that they have exclusive airing rights to both games and will broadcast the two games through their Viceland channel, which was previously known as SBS 2. Coverage starts from 7:30pm (AEST) before kick-off at 8pm, and runs until 10:15pm.

    SBS is available to all those who have access to free to air TV, which is excellent news for football fans who don’t want to have to pay extra for pay TV.

    The coverage will include expert analysis and commentary by Craig Foster, David Basheer and Craig Moore.

    How to watch online

    There are a couple of ways to stream the game online.

    The first way is through SBS’s online football platform, The World Game. The game will be streamed live and free on their website and app for everyone to watch.

    The second way is to use SBS on demand which will also allow you to watch the game.

    If you’re not in Australia, you should be able to tune into the match using Arsenal TV.

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    The Crowd Says (3)

    • July 13th 2017 @ 5:43pm
      Hamish said | July 13th 2017 @ 5:43pm | ! Report

      Thank god a broadcaster has finally found some common sense and will stream the game live! Channel9 please learn from SBS!!

    • July 14th 2017 @ 5:59am
      Rolland said | July 14th 2017 @ 5:59am | ! Report

      Woeful coverage from SBS the commentators leave a lot to be desired and Foz talking pre game of how do we convert these fans to the A league , well Foz if your really concerned of growing the A league maybe it’s about time you supported a new franchise for the A league from a City outstide of one that already has A league teams like a Wollongong FC instead of supporting a third Sydney team .thats how you grow the A league by bringing in teams from outside of Sydney like the south coast of NSW its is our biggest soccer nursery in the country and without a team at the moment the wolves would be a wonderful asset. Sydney does not need a third A league team .

    • July 15th 2017 @ 7:51pm
      EE said | July 15th 2017 @ 7:51pm | ! Report

      SBS coverage of Arsenal v WSW is inaccessible. FFA please get a decent station to cover football!

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