Fixture Start Time UK Competition TV Channel(s)
Watch live on BT Sport Arsenal v Liverpool
Football Community Shield
Sat 29th August 2020 TBC WATCH LIVE TV Schedules: Football Community Shield BT Sport 1 BT Sport Extra BT Sport ultimate

When is the next Liverpool game on TV?

Arsenal will play host to Liverpool in the Community Shield.

When is the match being played and what time does it kick off?

The Liverpool match starts at 12 am on 29 August 2020 and is being played at Emirates Stadium.

What TV channel is the Liverpool game on and can I live stream it?

You can watch this game live on BT Sport 1, and you can tune in before 12 am for the latest Liverpool news, opinions and live score updates from other matches.

How can I watch BT Sport?

You will need to Subscribe to BT Sport to watch the Arsenal v Liverpool match live - you can add BT Sport to your Sky subscription or add it to BT TV with discounts when you sign up to BT Broadband.

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Live Stream on the BT Sport app

If you prefer to live stream, you can watch the Liverpool match on their BT Sport app for free if you take out a BT Broadband product.

Does BT Sport have a Day Pass like NOW TV?

BT does not currently offer a BT Sport Day Pass for this match.

The Complete Liverpool F.C. TV Guide

Our complete guide to watching all Liverpool on TV fixtures in the UK is the daily bible for all Liverpool fans. If you need to schedule your weekly viewing and want to know when Jurgen Klopp's reds are playing on the box, you've come to the right place.

Liverpool's TV schedule includes their Premier League fixtures on Sky Sports, BT Sport and Amazon Prime, their FA Cup games on BT Sport and the BBC, their European matches on BT and their Carabao Cup broadcasts on Sky Sports.

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This Liverpool TV schedule was updated on 12 August 2020.

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