This year’s FA Shield is being held a few weeks later than usual, with Premier League winner Liverpool clashing with Arsenal
A charity shield match is usually a unveiling of the new Premier League season, just weeks before the start of the Premier League.
The Coronavirus outbreak may have disrupted most activities this year,
but football is slowly returning, meaning a showdown between two of England’s biggest teams at Wembley Stadium.
Here’s what you need to know about liverpool and Arsenal’s 2020 Charity Shield match, date, channels and more.
The first blow of the new season in English football kicks off on Saturday with a charity shield match between Liverpool,
the league title holder, and Arsenal, last season’s FA Cup champions.
The Wembley Stadium in London will be the venue for today’s meeting,
the traditional event held annually before the Start of the Premier League, scheduled for September 12.
Liverpool, motivated to win a new championship at the start of their journey under Jürgen Klopp,
have to defend their premier league title after a long and long absence and a lasting absence of more than 30 years.
On the other hand, Arsenal are armed with a huge morale boost after finishing last season in the best shape with coach Mikel Arteta, winning the FA Cup,
and conquering the Giants of the Premier League, where they beat Liverpool and Manchester City in the last few meters.
Manchester City were the last to win the Charity Shield title, after beating Liverpool 5-4, after the original time (1-1), in the 2019 edition.
Liverpool and Arsenal vs Arsenal in Charity Shield final
The match between Liverpool and Arsenal will be played in the Charity Shield final at 15:30 GMT.
Stadium match Liverpool and Arsenal in the final of the Charity Shield
The match between Liverpool and Arsenal will be played in the Charity Shield final at Wembley Stadium.
Liverpool formation expected to match Arsenal in the English Charity Shield Cup final
Arsenal’s expected formation to match Arsenal in the English Charity Shield Cup final
The channel for the match against Liverpool and Arsenal in the final of the Charity Shield
beIN Sports HD 1
Match Football 1
Sat. 1 Österreich
Sat. 1 Österreich
SuperSport 3 / HD
Diema Sport 2 HD
SuperSport Maximo 1
beIN Sports HD 11 EN
beIN Sports FR HD 1
BT Sport 1 HD
Digi Sport 1 HD Slovakia
SuperSport HD 2 alb
Ziggo Sport Select HD
Viasat Jalkapallo Finland HD
Viasat Sport Premium
Eleven Sports 1 HD
Eleven Sports 1 Belgium
DAZN 1 HD
Spiler 1 TV
BT Sport Extra 1