The comedian - known for his character Lee Nelson on the BBC - fooled security and trained with Manchester City players before their game against Everton on Saturday morning at Goodison Park (March 16).
He was soon arrested and charged under the Football Offences Act.
A police spokesman said last night: "A 35-year-old man has been charged with going on to the playing area before the Everton versus Manchester City game on Saturday.
"Simon Brodkin will appear before the Liverpool Community Justice Centre on April 3."
Brodkin performed the stunt under the guise of his footballer character Jason Bent,
A BBC spokesperson said that they did not believe the stunt was part of Brodkin's BBC show, but inquiries are underway.
Stewards carted him off after being alerted by suspicious City stars. Brodkin was posing as his football alter ego Jason Bent.
Brodkin's spokesperson previously said: "Simon was doing some meetings with fans on the street and having pictures taken as his football character Jason Bent for his Facebook page.
"He was then going to see the game as he's a big Manchester City fan and I think the prankster in him couldn't resist."
The comedian was previously arrested in November 2012 under his Lee Nelson alter ego, after pretending to steal a copy of his DVD from an HMV store in London.