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Manchester United F.C.

Manchester United Football Club is a professional football club based in footballOld Trafford, Greater Manchester , England, that competes in the footballOld Trafford, Greater ManchesterPremier League , the top flight of English football . Nicknamed "the Red Devils", the club was founded as Newton Heath LYR Football Club in 1878, changed its name to Manchester United in 1902 and moved to its current stadium, English footballOld Trafford , in 1910.Manchester United have won a record 20 league... read more

MUTV (Manchester United F.C.)

MUTV (Manchester United Television) is a subscription-based television channel owned and operated by English football club Manchester United. The channel first broadcast on 10 September 1998.MUTV offers Manchester United fans exclusive interviews with players and staff, full matches, including all Premier League games (broadcast generally at midnight of the day the match was played), live reserve and academy games and "classic" matches plus footballing news and other themed programming. The station... read more

F.C. United of Manchester

F.C. United of Manchester is a semi-professional football club based in Moston, Manchester, England. The club competes in the , the sixth tier of the English football league system, and play their home matches at Broadhurst Park.Founded in 2005 by Manchester United supporters opposed to American businessman Malcolm Glazer's takeover of that club, F.C. United entered the North West Counties Football League Division Two in their inaugural season. They achieved three consecutive promotions in the first... read more

Manchester United F.C. mascots

This is a chronological list of Manchester United F.C mascots from their foundation as Newton Heath F.C. in 1878. The current club mascot is "Fred the Red", an anthropomorphic "Red Devil", after the club's nickname, the Red Devils.==Michael the Bank Street Canary (1890s)==During the 1890s, readers of Newton Heath F.C. match programmes may have seen advertisements to hear "Michael the Bank Street Canary sing," for a nominal fee. However, Michael was not able to sing, and nor was he a canary. In actuality,... read more

Leeds United F.C.–Manchester United F.C. rivalry

The rivalry between Leeds United and Manchester United, sometimes nicknamed the Roses rivalry, is a footballing rivalry played between the Northern English clubs Leeds United and Manchester United. The rivalry originates from the strong enmity between the historic counties of Lancashire and Yorkshire, which is popularly believed to have its origins in the Wars of the Roses of the 15th century. Although the cities of Leeds and Manchester lie over apart, the tradition is upheld and this strong feeling... read more

Category:Wikipedian Manchester United F.C. fans

Wikipedians who are supporters of the English Premier League football club Manchester United F.C.. To add yourself to this category, add one of the following userboxes somewhere on your user page. read more

History of Manchester United F.C.

The history of Manchester United F.C. spans the period from 1878 to the present day. For detail on individual periods of the club's history, see one of the following articles:For a season-by-season account of Manchester United's history, see List of Manchester United F.C. seasons.Category:History of association football by club read more

Manchester United F.C.–Arsenal F.C. brawl (1990)

On 20 October 1990, Manchester United Football Club faced Arsenal Football Club in a Football League First Division fixture at Old Trafford, during the 1990–91 season. Arsenal won by a single goal, but the game was best remembered for a brawl between both teams. The Football Association (FA) took the unprecedented step of deducting league points from the two clubs.The only goal of the match came moments before half-time, scored by Arsenal midfielder Anders Limpar. In the second half, Limpar was... read more

Arsenal F.C.–Manchester United F.C. rivalry

The rivalry between Arsenal F.C. and Manchester United F.C. is a notable rivalry in English football as both clubs are recognised as having great history and traditions.Although the two clubs have frequently been in the same division as each other since 1919, the rivalry has largely arisen since around 1990. Many of the clashes in recent times between the two teams in the late 1990s and early 2000s have been due to the teams being fierce rivals for the Premier League and FA Cup.During this period,... read more

Liverpool F.C.–Manchester United F.C. rivalry

The Liverpool F.C.–Manchester United F.C. rivalry also known as North-West Derby is a high profile inter-city rivalry between English professional football clubs Liverpool and Manchester United. It is considered to be one of the biggest rivalries in the football world along with the Superclásico in South America, El Clásico in Spain, and Derby della Madonnina in Italy, and is considered the most famous fixture in English football. Players, fans and the media alike often consider games between... read more

Manchester United (disambiguation)

Manchester United F.C. is an English football club. read more

Manchester United F.C. 4–3 Manchester City F.C. (2009)

The first fixture between Manchester United and Manchester City in the 2009–10 Premier League season was played on 20 September 2009 at Old Trafford. It was the 153rd Manchester derby between the two clubs. Manchester United won the game 4–3 courtesy of a late winner from Michael Owen deep into second-half injury time. Wayne Rooney opened the scoring early on, but a mistake from Ben Foster in the United goal allowed Gareth Barry to equalise for City. Two goals each from Darren Fletcher and Craig... read more

Manchester 62 F.C.

United play their home games in the Victoria StadiumManchester 62 F.C.http://www.uefa.com/teamsandplayers/teams/club=2605574/profile/index.html is a football club based in Gibraltar. The club was previously known as Manchester United (Gibraltar) F.C. in honour of Manchester United, having officially changed from the 2013–14 season. The club's crest was altered also to reflect the name change. Manchester 62 is currently a member of the Gibraltar Premier Division. The club, like all others in the... read more

Manchester Central F.C.

Manchester Central were a short lived professional football club based in Manchester.==History==The team was formed in 1928 by Manchester City Director, John Ayrton and the owner of Belle Vue, John Iles. Ayrton created Manchester Central because he felt East Manchester needed a League side. City had moved out of the area in 1923, but had initially considered moving to Belle Vue.The club played at the Belle Vue Athletics stadium, more commonly known as the Speedway Stadium. One of the coaches was... read more

Manchester City F.C. media

==Website==The club's website, mcfc.co.uk, was relaunched in July 2009. Unlike the majority of other football club websites, the site does not feature adverts. The website was designed by Poke, and a number of awards since its relaunch.On 17 July 2013, the club announced the release of ten new websites (effectively just domains of the main website), which would duplicate the content of the club's main website but in a variety of other languages, particularly Oriental in origin. Combined with the... read more

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