The King Power Stadium in Leicester will host the Manchester City and Liverpool match in the 2022 Community Shield.
Unusually, Wembley Stadium in the English capital, London, will not host the Charity Shield match this year, and Leicester City will be an alternative.
Manchester City will face the 2022 Community Shield after winning the English Premier League title for the 2021-22 season in the last round of the competition, one point behind Liverpool.
The Reds will play this match after winning the FA Cup after beating Chelsea in the final.
This will be the second time that Manchester City and Liverpool meet in the Charity Shield, where the two teams had previously met in the 2019 edition, and Pep Guardiola’s team won the title, after resorting to penalty shootouts.
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In the following report, GOAL provides you with everything you need to know about the 2022 Charity Shield match between Manchester City and Liverpool, and the channels that broadcast this match.
What is the date of the Manchester City and Liverpool match in the Charity Shield?
The date of the Manchester City and Liverpool match in the 2022 Charity Shield is on Saturday 30 July 2022 at the King Power Stadium.
The whistle for the start of the match will sound at 6:00 pm Egypt time, 7:00 pm Saudi time.
What are the channels for the Manchester City and Liverpool match in the Charity Shield?
The beIN Sports network owns the rights to broadcast English football tournaments exclusively on its screen in the Middle East and North Africa, and of course it will broadcast the important match to the public.
|the match||The appointment||carrier channel||stadium|
|Manchester City – Liverpool||Saturday 30 July 2022,
18:00 Egypt, 19:00 Saudi Arabia
|beIN SPORTS PREMIUM 1||King Power|
Why won’t Wembley Stadium host the 2022 Community Shield?
The Charity Shield is taking place, but that won’t be the case in 2022.
This is because the stadium which is the home of English football is used in the European Women’s Championship.
As a result, the match will be moved to the King Power Stadium, the home of Leicester City.
The last time the Charity Shield match was held outside Wembley Stadium was in 2012, during the London Olympics, when Villa Park hosted the match.
Expected line-up for Manchester City
Coach Pep Guardiola is expected to adopt the following formation.
modulation | 4-3-3
Ederson – Joao Cancelo
– John Stones – Robin Dias – Kyle Walker –
Kevin De Bruyne – Rodri – Bernardo Silva –
Jack Grealish – Erling Haaland – Riyad Mahrez
The expected formation of Liverpool
It is expected that coach Jurgen Klopp will rely on the following formation.
modulation | 4-3-3
Andrew Robertson – Virgil van Dyck – Joel Matip – Trent Alexander-Arnold
Thiago Alcantara – Fabinho – Jordan Henderson –
Luis Diaz – Roberto Firmino – Mohamed Salah