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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

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Channels licensed to broadcast FA Community Shield in United States

Fox Soccer Plus
2012-2018
US rights on mobile, broadband and tv platforms.

 

News

FANTASTIC: Olivier Giroud's strike against Man City in FA Community Shield
Live Soccer TV
The French striker put his side 3-0 up against Manchester City as Arsenal cruised to clinch their first trophy of the 2014-2015 season
LIVE stream: Man City vs Arsenal team sheets - 2014 FA Community Shield
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Arsenal will take on Manchester City in a bid to claim their second title of the year. Check out the starting lineups of both the Gunners and the Citizens for this thrilling FA Community Shield match on Sunday, August 10, 2014.
TV Listings: Man City vs Arsenal LIVE stream - Watch Community Shield on Aug. 10, 2014
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The Gunners ended their trophy drought last season at Wembley, but can they make it two in a row? Watch live on TV and Online as the Gunners go head-to-head with Manchester City live on Sunday, August 10.
Toronto FC fires Ryan Nelsen, coaching staff
CBC.ca
Manager Ryan Nelsen and five assistant coaches are gone. And a question mark looms over star striker Jermain Defoe's future. The latest grand vision for Toronto FC may not be in tatters. But a team that can't seem to step forward without taking two ...
Soccer's Circus: Transfer Deadline Day
Wall Street Journal
As the clock ticks toward 11 p.m. here on Monday night, star soccer players will scramble to hospitals for late-night checkups. Others will sit in private jets on the tarmac, waiting for negotiations to end. And multibillion-dollar soccer teams closing ...

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