Jan 29 2020
Wed ・ 19:45
Manchester City vs Manchester United
Etihad Stadium ・ Manchester, United Kingdom
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Sat ・ 15:00
Tottenham Hotspur vs Manchester United
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium ・ London, United Kingdom
Manchester United have been blessed with a fruitful academy and financial capabilities and the club has utilized this to the optimum season after season. They currently boast a young and experienced collection of players which is comprised of the likes of Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford, fan favourite Paul Pogba, Alexis Sanchez, Romelu Lukaku and lots more.
Manchester United is one of the biggest and most popular organizations in the English Premier League and the world. Their home is the Old Trafford, also known as "The theatre of dreams", a stadium built in 1909, located at the city of Manchester. The structure has a capacity of over 74 thousand spectators, making it one of the biggest in the United Kingdom.
The team was formed in 1878 by the Carriage and Wagon department of the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway depot at Newton Heath. It was officially named Manchester United only at 1902 when an investment of around 300 thousand dollars was made from some interested businessmen. Today the club is valued at around 1.2 billion dollars and it's considered the most valuable football brand in the world.
The team has been filled with big talent in soccer and some of the best players got to wear the red uniform in the last decades. Cristiano Ronaldo, Wayne Rooney, David Beckham, and Paul Scholes are just a few of the stars that wrote a big part of the history of this organization.
Important coaches have also been around to claim the right to be authors of the man u book, including the likes of Alex Ferguson, Matt Busby, Ernest Mangnall, and Ron Atkinson.
The current head coach is Jose Mourinho, and currently, the squad includes some of the worlds most promising superstars and are led by World Cup winner Paul Pogba, Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku and arguably the best goalkeeper in the world, David de Gea.
The most recent trophy that was taken back home was the Europa League, won by the team led by Jose Mourinho in 2017. But the team has not been able to capitalize on a domestic premier league championship since 2013.
Manchester United's most successful phase in their history can be the "Sir Alex Ferguson Era". Alex coached the team for 26 years and led the team to win more than 35 trophies including 2 Champions League Trophies and 13 Premier League titles.
The one day no United fan will ever forget will be that UEFA Champions League on 2008, where they went to Moscow and beat in a breathtaking penalty shootout final their long timed rivals Chelsea in a 6-5 final score, that year proved to be one for the books since they also won the league and completed the European double.
After the departure of Sir Alex, Man Utd has found it difficult replicating the previous successes it enjoyed under the Scottish. Many managers have been hired and later on disposed of such as Louis Van Gaal and Jose Mourinho to name but a few. However, fortunes look to be changing for good under the current management of former player turned coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Manchester United is currently plowing its way through the English Premier League.
A club of Man Utd’s stature is expected to have their fair share of rivalry both domestically and locally, and so it is. Man City represents a local rival and they are often regarded as the “noisy neighbours”. Man Utd have endured a period of dominance share with both Arsenal (1998-2004) and Chelsea (2005-2011) in recent years and matches during these periods were the defining moments of each season, thereby resulting in intense matches between the two. This friction still exists even to date. However, the major threat to Man Utd’s legacy is still Liverpool and this two have endured decades of rivalry and dominance tussle, although Man Utd have emerged victorious in recent years. The two are the most successful teams in the history of English football. Ask any Manchester United fan and they will tell you their bitterness for the red side of Liverpool is beyond comprehension. Such is the level of rivalry carried on from generations to generations.
The prices for a Manchester United membership start at £15 for a junior’s official membership lite and go as high as £35 for adults.
Apart from the exclusive access to Manchester United Premier League and cup match tickets, members also get discounts for the team branded merchandise and Old Trafford’s Red Café.
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Anyone can buy a Manchester United ticket from anywhere in the world, depending on availability, of course.
Manchester United ticket prices can change during the season and are affected by the rivalry, the team's form and supply and demand on the market. Seeing Manchester United play at their home ground the Old Trafford, will usually cost about £275 per ticket. Manchester United tickets can be found on the resale market as low as £95.
Manchester United plays all of their home games at Old Trafford which is located in Manchester, UK. Make sure you look into our Old Trafford Seating Plan where you can find all the information on where to sit in the stadium, where is the Old Trafford Away section and much more.
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