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The Life Of An Arsenal Supporter Down Under: Video

Three: An Arsenal Web Documentary (Part One) from Andrew Weber on Vimeo.

Earlier this week, we shared with you a video that showed you the experience of going to the Emirates to see a match. But what is the experience like if you go to a pub to watch a match? Not just any ordinary pub, but a pub down under in Australia. And because of the time difference, the match kicked off at 2am.

Andrew Webber, blogger with Arsenal FC Blog, takes us on a journey with his mate on a Sunday night at 8:30pm and then try to waste time in the build-up to the Monday 2am kickoff time.

The video paints a brilliant picture of what the experience is like down under as well as what it’s like being an Arsenal supporter. The game that the Gooners watched at a pub was the 3-1 loss to Manchester United.

While the video mentions that this is part 1 of a series, Webber decided not to create any more videos but may release a follow up later in the season.


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