FREE FOOTY Arsenal vs Liverpool FREE: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time and team news for TODAY's Community Shield match

The game marks the start of the 2020-21 season, with the two top-flight giants battling for the first silver medal of the new campaign.

Liverpool was beaten by Man City in last year's game here at Wembley, while this is the first Community Shield outing for the Gunners since they defeated Chelsea in 2017.

What time does Arsenal vs Liverpool start?

The game will start at 4:30 pm BST on Saturday, August 29.
The match will be played behind closed doors, even though the event was originally considered for fan testing.

What TV channel is Arsenal vs Liverpool on and can I broadcast it live?

The game will be broadcast live on BT Sport 1.
The coverage will begin at 4 p.m. BST.
If you want to stream, download the BT Sport app on your mobile device, tablet, PC, or game console.



What is the news of the team?
Arsenal fans look ready to see defender William Saliba in action for the first time at Wembley.

Héctor Bellerin appears to be moving away from the Emirates and new permanent signing Cedric Soares is expected to start as a right-back.

While Eddie Nketiah could be in line for a starting position, as Alexandre Lacazette's future remains uncertain.

Trent Alexander-Arnold is struggling to get fit for the clash but is likely to show up for the Premier League champions.

But Klopp has several absences, with Jordan Henderson, Joel Matip, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Xherdan Shaqiri, Harry Wilson, and Divock Origi.

Match odds
Arsenal Win - 19/5
Tie - 3/1
Liverpool to emerge victoriously - 2/3
Over 2.5 goals - 3/7
* All odds are Ladbrokes correct at the time of publication.

What they say

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp: "For us, like Arsenal, we prepare for an entire season, one of the most intense, probably, that we have ever experienced in our lives due to the number of games and the time we have for that.

"It will be intense but no one will be sorry. We are happy to be able to play at all.

"He is as perfect as we can be and we will try everything to win the game and Arsenal will do the same."

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta reflected on the Gunners' victory over Liverpool in the league.

He said: "I think it gave us a great platform of confidence and conviction that we could challenge and play against the best teams at that level as well and beat them."

"And you know, always finding a way to win a game, after we did it with Manchester City and we did it with Chelsea, but I agree that that moment was probably a moment where the team clicked a little and went into more than one mode of belief. "

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