Liverpool vs Manchester City FA Community Shield
Liverpool vs Manchester City Community Shield Final Live Stream: The first cup of the English season will end when Manchester City and Liverpool meet in the Community Shield, the annual match between the Premier League champions and FA Cup winners.
What more could you ask for when you return to the English Football League? Two of the best teams in the country in the Reds and Cityzens, vying for bragging rights and gaining a mental edge over each other.
Both Liverpool and City have made significant reinforcements to their squads since the end of last season. Merseysiders Sadio Mane lost to Bayern Munich, with Divock Origi and Take Minamino also moving. They brought in three new recruits during the summer transfer window – most notably striker Darwin Nunez, who joined from Benfica for an initial fee of around $75 million. Midfielder Fabio Carvalho and right-back Calvin Ramsey also arrived, and they moved to Anfield from Fulham and Aberdeen respectively.
The Reds narrowly missed out on the Premier League title against their opponents last season, but secured a domestic double with the Carabao Cup and the FA Cup, and are now hoping to grab their first piece of titles this season here.
Meanwhile, the East Midlands derby between Leicester and Nottingham Forest will be played on Sky Sports in October, although the date of the match at King Power Stadium has not been confirmed. It will be confirmed no later than August 19.
Meanwhile, Manchester City reaped more satisfactory results in the pre-season. Pep Guardiola’s team won two matches against America and Bayern Munich. Their newest striker, Erling Haaland, even scored as the Nationals silenced the German giants 1-0.
What time does the Liverpool vs Manchester City match start?
The 2022 FA Shield between Liverpool and Manchester City will begin at 5pm local time (BST) at King Power Stadium, Leicester, on Saturday 30 July 2022. In the US, 12pm EDT / 9am PDT .
How can I watch Liverpool and Manchester City?
In the US, online streaming service ESPN+ has the rights to this year’s Community Shield.
UK TV viewers will be able to watch the match on ITV (STV in Scotland, UTV in Northern Ireland). You can also watch the game online in the country using ITV Hub.