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Arsenal v Man City: Where to watch Community Shield, what TV channel, what time?

The FA Community Shield clash between Manchester City and Arsenal is set to take place on Sunday at the iconic Wembley Stadium in London.

The prestigious annual curtain-raiser match is scheduled to kick off at 4 pm local time, promising an exciting spectacle to get the new football season underway.

Both sides have been fairly busy in the transfer windows, both securing their targets.

Manchester City just completed the signing of Croatian centre-back Josko Gvardiol to add to his Croatian contingent Mateo Kovacic who signed for £24m.

Arsenal broke the transfer record to bring in Declan Rice from West Ham United for over £103m.

Where to watch Arsenal v Man City, what channel?

For those wondering where to catch the action, worry not, as the match will be easily accessible to fans in the United Kingdom and beyond.

ITV1 will broadcast the entire event, providing an excellent opportunity for viewers to enjoy the thrilling encounter live from the comfort of their homes.

The pre-match coverage will begin at 3:15 pm, building anticipation and setting the stage for an electrifying showdown between the two English football giants.

In addition to the traditional television broadcast, viewers can also opt for live streaming via the ITV Hub, which offers free access to the game through its online platform known as ITVX.

For those on the go or without access to a television, the ITV Hub presents a convenient option to stay connected to the match action in real-time.

Simply log on to ITV’s official website or download the ITVX app on your mobile device to catch the excitement anywhere, anytime.

The FA Community Shield holds a special place in the hearts of football enthusiasts, as it brings together the winners of the previous season’s Premier League and FA Cup.

This year’s edition features Manchester City, the reigning Premier League champions, against Arsenal, who secured their place in the Shield as runners-up.

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