Arsenal v Bodø/Glimt: how to watch UEFA Europa League game on TV and live streaming

Arsenal continue their European quest this week as they play host to Norwegian club Bodø/Glimt.

It’s another bout of European football this week, as Arsenal play host to Norwegian champions Bodø/Glimt this week in the latest round of the UEFA Europa League group stage.

Arsenal’s last UEFA Europa League group game saw the Gunners’ travel to Switzerland to play FC Zurich, overcoming a 44th minute penalty for the hosts and winning the game 2-1 thanks to goals from Marquinhos and Eddie Nketiah.

Mikel Arteta’s team will look to get closer to the next stage of the UEFA Europa League as the team sits second in Group A with three points, but also with a game in hand over their next competitors who sit top with four points.

Arsenal will no doubt be in buoyant form also after their 3-1 victory this past weekend in the Premier League’s North London derby against neighbours Tottenham Hotspur.

Who are Arsenal playing in the UEFA Europa League?

Bodo/Glimt’s Norwegian midfielder Hugo Vetlesen celebrates scoring with against FC Zurich in the UEFA Europa League

Arsenal will be taking on Norwegian team FK Bodø/Glimt this week, who found their way into the UEFA Europa League after losing a UEFA Champions League play-off game against Dinamo Zagreb.

The Bodø based team were champions of the Norwegian top flight last season, and also had a surprise run in last year’s UEFA Europa Conference League contest, making it to the semi-finals before being defeated by Jose Mourinho’s AS Roma side 2-5 after two legs.

Roma then went on to win the competition in its inaugural season, beating Feyenoord 1-0 in the final.

When are Arsenal playing Bodø/Glimt in the UEFA Europa League?

Arsenal will host their Norwegian competitors, Bodø/Glimt, at the Emirates Stadium, London on Thursday October 9 at 8pm.

How can I watch Arsenal v Bodø/Glimt in the UEFA Europa League?

Arsenal v Bodø/Glimt in the UEFA Europa League can be seen on BT Sport 2 and BT Sport Ultimate on Thursday October 9 from 7:45pm.

The lead up to kick off at 8pm will include pre-match analysis, punditry and confirmed team sheets for the game.

How to sign up to BT Sports?

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