Arsenal vs. Everton live stream, TV channel, kickoff time, and how to watch

The Gunners will face their Premier League opponents from Goodison Park as both teams ramp up their preparations for the 2022-23 season.

Arsenal and Everton will be Premier League rivals again in 2022-23, but for the time being, they will compete in the Charm City Match. The Gunners and Toffees will square off in a friendly match on American turf in Baltimore.

At this stage, Mikel Arteta and Frank Lampard will not place too much attention on outcomes, but winning is a good habit to develop, and GOAL is here to provide you with all of the information you need to keep track of a match that will include old and new faces for English top-flight giants.

 

Arsenal vs Everton date & kick-off time

Game:

Arsenal vs Everton

Date:

July 16, 2022

Kick-off:

12am BST / 7pm ET

 

How to watch Arsenal vs Everton on TV and live stream online

The pre-season contest will not be broadcast on television, but it is available to stream on Arsenal.com and through Everton TV | Everton Football.

TV channel

Online stream

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Arsenal.com / Everton TV

Arsenal squad and team news

Arsenal saw summer signing Gabriel Jesus open his goal account during a 5-3 friendly victory over Nurnberg, while USMNT goalkeeper Matt Turner also figured in that contest.

Following the summer break, Arteta has welcomed a slew of foreign talents into his ranks, including Thomas Partey, Bernd Leno, and Folarin Balogun.

Lucas Torreira returns to the team following a loan spell, as does highly-rated French defender William Saliba, who has had limited playing experience with the Gunners thus far.

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Granit Xhaka, Martin Odegaard, and Bukayo Saka might all play, but it has to be seen whether chances will be made on Kierney and Takehiro Tomiyasu, who have both been injured.

Everton team news and squad.

Toffees supporters may have their first look of new acquisition James Tarkowski, who joined the club as a free agent from Burnley.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin will be desperate to reclaim his scoring touch, especially now that Richarlison has left for Tottenham.
Lampard must deal with a few of injuries, including Andros Townsend, who is currently recovering from a catastrophic knee ligament injury and subsequent surgery.

Club captain Seamus Coleman is also set to miss pre-season, while midfielder Allan is a major concern for the game against Arsenal.

 


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