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Needing no introduction, Manchester United is one of the most widely supported teams in the world. It is almost impossible to travel anywhere without seeing a United shirt or at least their unmistakable crest. Starting life in 1878 as the Newton H... Read more
Needing no introduction, Manchester United is one of the most widely supported teams in the world. It is almost impossible to travel anywhere without seeing a United shirt or at least their unmistakable crest. Starting life in 1878 as the Newton Heath LYR Football Club, Manchester United have one incredible history. They didn’t start out in their characteristic red, but playing in green and gold, the colours of the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Line who originally formed the club. These colours have seen resurgence in popularity in recent times, and can frequently be seen adorning the terraces alongside the red. In their early years the club didn’t enjoy the success it does now, and in January 1902 were served with a winding order due to their debts of just over £2,500. If it hadn’t been for the financial input of four local businessmen who each invested £500, we wouldn’t have Manchester United playing in our leagues, not least because it was in the terms of the agreement that these four would have the power to change the name of the club. On 24th April 1903, Manchester United was born. Just three years later they achieved promotion to the then First Division, which they won two years after that, setting the pace of years to come. Although they won the league again in 2011, this was followed by a relegation and yo-yo years after the end of World War I, until it received another financial boost, before coming under the management of Matt Busby… Busby assumed the gaffers role at Manchester United in 1945 and the club made amazing progress. Sadly Manchester United suffered a monumental blow by the tragic Munich Plane Crash in 1958, which saw eight players lose their lives whilst travelling back from their European Cup quarterfinal victory, and left Busby substantially injured. He returned soon after and the Manchester United saw victory in the FA Cup in 1963, with key players such as George Best and Denis Law forming part of the squad. In 1965 and 1967 Manchester United won the league, and saw success in the European club as well, with other greats such as Bobby Charlton joining club. Busby finally resigned in 1969, returning only for one season in the early seventies. The period that followed until Alex Ferguson was appointed manager in 1986 was mixed, with a relegation, a promotion, and a defeat in an FA Cup final to Southampton. Under Alex Ferguson, however, the club would enjoy the glory it’s capable of once again… Under Sir Alex, Manchester United achieved a remarkable 13 First Division (/Premier League) victories; 5 FA Cup wins; 4 League Cup wins; 11 FA Charity/Community Shields; 2 European Cups; 1 UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup; 1 UEFA Super Cup; 2 national doubles; 1 European double and a treble. Added to the rest of their trophy cabinet and it’s no wonder that Manchester United are one of the world’s most popular football clubs. It’s also no wonder that they have managed to attract some of the world’s top footballers, as well as extraordinary managers. Of course, a little financial backing never hurts a football club’s aspirations, and since 2005 American billionaire Malcom Glazer purchased a majority share stake in the club. In 2012 Manchester United was valued at $2.3 billion, making it the most valuable club in the world. Since Glazer’s death in 2014, his 90% stake in Manchester United has been shared equally amongst his six children. Never failing to impress, Manchester United are the team to watch, and if you watch them play at the home ground of 105 years, Old Trafford, you will understand why Bobby Charlton affectionately nicknamed it the Theatre of Dreams. Take your seat at Manchester United’s immense 75,635 seat stadium and buy your Manchester United tickets here today at Ticketfinders International. Hide
Show Calendar

September

Southampton, UK
St. Mary's Stadium
15:00
Manchester, UK
Old Trafford
15:00

October

Liverpool, UK
Anfield
15:00
Huddersfield, UK
John Smith's Stadium
15:00
Manchester, UK
Old Trafford
15:00

November

London, UK
Stamford Bridge
15:00
Manchester, UK
Old Trafford
15:00
Manchester, UK
Old Trafford
15:00
London, UK
Vicarage Road
19:45

December

London, UK
The Emirates
15:00
Manchester, UK
Old Trafford
15:00
Manchester, UK
Old Trafford
20:00
West Bromwich, UK
The Hawthorns
15:00
Leicester, UK
King Power Stadium
15:00
Manchester, UK
Old Trafford
15:00
Manchester, UK
Old Trafford
15:00

January

Liverpool, UK
Goodison Park
15:00
Manchester, UK
Old Trafford
15:00
Burnley, UK
Turf Moor
15:00
London, UK
Wembley Stadium
20:00

February

Manchester, UK
Old Trafford
15:00
Newcastle, UK
St. James Park
15:00
Manchester, UK
Old Trafford
15:00

March

London, UK
Selhurst Park
15:00
Manchester, UK
Old Trafford
15:00
London, UK
The London Stadium
15:00
Manchester, UK
Old Trafford
15:00

April

Manchester, UK
The Etihad
15:00
Manchester, UK
Old Trafford
15:00
Bournemouth , UK
Dean Court
15:00
Manchester, UK
Old Trafford
15:00

May

Brighton, UK
Amex Stadium
15:00
Manchester, UK
Old Trafford
15:00