Both clubs will receive approximately 26,000 tickets for the fixture while Community Shield ticket prices remain frozen for a third consecutive year and priced at £20, £25, £35 and £45.
Arsenal v Manchester City
The Community Shield
3pm Sunday 10 August 2014
Wembley Stadium connected by EE
Live on BT Sport
FA chairman Greg Dyke said: “There were eleven goals in their two Premier League meetings last season so it’s a mouth-watering game to herald in the 2014-15 campaign.
“Arsenal got their hands on The FA Cup in a thrilling final last season and it was silverware that their supporters craved so they’ll relish another trip to Wembley I’m sure.
“Manchester City were pushed to the wire by Liverpool but were worthy Premier League champions which was a fantastic achievement for Manuel Pellegrini in his debut season in English football.
“Not forgetting their League Cup Final win and scoring over 100 Premier League goals which were both tremendous accomplishments,” added Dyke.
Money raised from the Community Shield will be distributed to charities and good causes across the country with clubs competing in last season’s FA Cup First Round and beyond eligible to nominate organisations to receive a £2,000 payment from The FA.
Both Arsenal and Manchester City will receive £25,000 for a charity or good cause of their choice.