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Join Junior Gunners’ Christmas fun and watch screening of Liverpool v Arsenal

16:43 26 November 2014

Junior Gunners Screening Event at Emirates Stadium 
3/4/2013

Junior Gunners Screening Event at Emirates Stadium 3/4/2013

Alan Walter

Ice skating at Emirates Stadium, Santa’s grotto and hopefully three points against Liverpool – it sounds like the ideal Christmas for a young Arsenal fan.

The Club Level suites will be open for members of the Junior Gunners scheme, along with their families, to enjoy a live screening of the first team’s Premier League match at Anfield on Saturday December 21.

A wide range of Christmas-related activities will also be available, including the Indesit ice rink inside the Dial Square Suite and a grotto where Junior Gunners can pick up their goodie bags from Santa.

Fans can also test their ball skills at the Indesit urban football challenge, while there will be soft play activities such as bouncy castles and ride-on reindeer for the younger supporters.

We’ve got one place for the Christmas screening to offer to an Arsenal fan aged 0-16 – along with a free Junior Gunners membership – and their family.

To stand a chance of winning, you just need to answer the following question:

Who scored all four goals when Arsenal drew 4-4 at Liverpool in 2009?

a) Thierry Henry. b) Andrey Arshavin. c) Theo Walcott.

Email your answer, together with your name, address and a contact telephone number, to us at nwl.sport@archant.co.uk no later than 10am on Wednesday December 3.

For more information, go to www.arsenal.com/juniorgunners/news/jg-christmas-screening

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