Community Shield Will Take Place On August 29 - FA Confirms
The English Football Association has confirmed that the Community Shield will take place at Wembley on Saturday, August 29.
In the new season opening match, the Premier League champions; Liverpool will face the winner of Saturday’s FA Cup final between Arsenal and Chelsea in the Community Shield clash.
It has been reported that a restricted number of supporters will be welcomed into Wembley for the clash as part of plans for supporters to make a socially-distanced return to sports venues from October 1.
The announcement comes after the Premier League revealed last week the 2020/21 season would start on September 12 and run until May 23, 2021.
The EFL has also confirmed the Championship, League One and League Two seasons will commence on the same weekend, with their regular seasons ending on the weekend of May 8, 2021.
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