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English FA Community Shield

The FA Community Shield, or the Football Association Community Shield and formerly referred to as the Charity Shield, is an English football cup trophy. It is annually contested in a single match between the champion of the FA Cup, and the champion of the FA Premier League. FA Community Shield matches traditionally take place at the Wembley Stadium in August. In cases where a team wins both the league and the FA Cup, his opponent becomes the Premier League runner-up. The Community Shield's main purpose is to raise funds for various charities throughout England.

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