After the tightly controversial title race between Liverpool and Manchester City last season, the two teams will meet again in the FA Community Shield. The annual curtain raiser for the new season seems to be an intriguing affair and with our help you can get a live stream from Liverpool vs Man City Community Shield wherever you are.
The Community Shield traditionally places the FA Cup winners against the Premier League champions. However, after Man City has made a historic domestic treble, league runner Liverpool will board this year for the showdown in Wembley in the early season.
City, who does not rest on their laurels, has spent nearly £ 75 million on three players this summer – with a cool £ 62.5 million of that spending on Spanish midfielder Rodri, who is expected to start in today's game. Jurgen Klopp has largely opposed the transfer market in the late season – Dutch teenager Sepp Van Den Berg £ 1.7 million moves from PEC Zwolle to the Reds currently their only signing – Liverpool's line-up should be a familiar look today,
Come next May, it will be 30 years since Liverpool won the competition. Klopp came so close last year and would like to get this year's campaign on the right foot with a win today at Wembley against the team that is most likely to get in the way of ending that drought.
So will it be Liverpool or Manchester City that can lift the trophy today? Below we will discuss the best ways to view the Community Shield promotion with a live stream from Liverpool vs Man City, wherever you are in the world.
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Liverpool vs Man City live stream from outside your country
Further down the page we have details about catching the Community Shield in the UK, the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. All require a subscription type.
But if you've paid for that subscription but are out of the country this weekend, you'll find your access geo-blocked when you try to watch. To prevent you from wasting your money (and assuming it is within the Ts & Cs services), you can use a VPN to look like you are back home.