Standings

# Team P W D L Goals Last 5 Pts
1 Manchester City 37 27 7 3 93:33
WWWWW
88
2 Arsenal 37 27 5 5 89:28
WWWWW
86
3 Liverpool 37 23 10 4 84:41
WLDWD
79
4 Aston Villa 37 20 8 9 76:56
WWDLD
68
5 Tottenham Hotspur 37 19 6 12 71:61
LLLWL
63
6 Chelsea 37 17 9 11 75:62
DWWWW
60
7 Newcastle 37 17 6 14 81:60
LWWDL
57
8 Manchester United 37 17 6 14 55:58
WDLLW
57
9 West Ham 37 14 10 13 59:71
LLDLW
52
10 Brighton & Hove Albion 37 12 12 13 55:60
LLWDL
48
11 Bournemouth 37 13 9 15 53:65
LWWLL
48
12 Crystal Palace 37 12 10 15 52:58
WWDWW
46
13 Wolverhampton Wanderers 37 13 7 17 50:63
LLWLL
46
14 Fulham 37 12 8 17 51:59
WLDDL
44
15 Everton 37 13 9 15 39:49
WWWDW
40
16 Brentford 37 10 9 18 54:61
WWLDW
39
17 Nottingham Forest 37 8 9 20 47:66
DLLWL
29
18 Luton Town 37 6 8 23 50:81
LLLDL
26
19 Burnley 37 5 9 23 40:76
DWDLL
24
20 Sheffield United 37 3 7 27 35:101
LLLLL
16
Glossary
  • P: Played
  • W: Wins
  • D: Draws
  • L: Losses
  • Pts: Points
  • Champions League
  • Europa League
  • Conference League
  • Relegation
In the event that two (or more) teams have an equal number of points, the following rules break the tie: 1. Goal difference 2. Goals scored

Top Scorers

Player Matches Assists Goals
Fernandes, Bruno
Bruno Fernandes
34 8 10
Hojlund, Rasmus Winther
Rasmus Winther Hojlund
29 2 9
Garnacho, Alejandro
Alejandro Garnacho
35 4 7
Rashford, Marcus
Marcus Rashford
32 2 7
McTominay, Scott
Scott McTominay
31 1 7

Team info

  • Country England England
  • City Manchester
  • Venue Old Trafford
  • Manager ten Hag, Erik
  • Market Value -

Team squad

Manager
 Erik ten Hag
Erik ten Hag
Netherlands Netherlands
Goalkeeper
 Tom Heaton
Tom Heaton
England England
22
 Andre Onana
Andre Onana
Cameroon Cameroon
24
 Altay Bayindir
Altay Bayindir
Turkey Turkey
1
 Dermot Mee
Dermot Mee
Northern Ireland Northern Ireland
45
Defender
 Victor Lindelof
Victor Lindelof
Sweden Sweden
2
 Harry Maguire
Harry Maguire
England England
5
 Luke Shaw
Luke Shaw
England England
23
 Diogo Dalot
Diogo Dalot
Portugal Portugal
20
 Harry Amass
Harry Amass
England England
70
 Tyrell Malacia
Tyrell Malacia
Netherlands Netherlands
12
 Aaron Wan-Bissaka
Aaron Wan-Bissaka
England England
29
 Lisandro Martinez
Lisandro Martinez
Argentina Argentina
6
 Jonny Evans
Jonny Evans
Northern Ireland Northern Ireland
35
 Willy Kambwala
Willy Kambwala
France France
53
 Louis Jackson
Louis Jackson
England England
78
 Habeeb Ogunneye
Habeeb Ogunneye
England England
75
 Raphael Varane
Raphael Varane
France France
19
Midfielder
 Mason Mount
Mason Mount
England England
7
 Christian Eriksen
Christian Eriksen
Denmark Denmark
14
Casemiro
Casemiro
Brazil Brazil
18
 Amad Traore
Amad Traore
Ivory Coast Ivory Coast
16
 Bruno Fernandes
Bruno Fernandes
Portugal Portugal
8
 Sofyan Amrabat
Sofyan Amrabat
Morocco Morocco
4
 Omari Forson
Omari Forson
England England
62
 Scott McTominay
Scott McTominay
Scotland Scotland
39
 Kobbie Mainoo
Kobbie Mainoo
England England
37
 Toby Collyer
Toby Collyer
England England
65
Forward
 Antony Santos
Antony Santos
Brazil Brazil
21
 Shola Shoretire
Shola Shoretire
England England
47
 Marcus Rashford
Marcus Rashford
England England
10
 Ethan Wheatley
Ethan Wheatley
England England
84
 Alejandro Garnacho
Alejandro Garnacho
Argentina Argentina
17
 Rasmus Winther Hojlund
Rasmus Winther Hojlund
Denmark Denmark
11
 Anthony Martial
Anthony Martial
France France
9
 Charlie McNiell
Charlie McNiell
England England
56

Manchester United Fixtures and All You Need To Know About the Club

Whether you are an avid football fan or a mild enthusiast, you must have heard of Manchester United F.C. The Club has the most league titles in England with twenty league trophies and has won the UEFA Champions League three times. For information purposes, this read will take you through everything you need to know about Manchester United F.C. It will also include details on how to access Manchester United fixtures and results, so make sure you read it.

Brief History of Manchester United

Manchester United was founded in 1878 courtesy of the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. The Department of Carriage and Wagon created the team and named it Newton Heath LYR Football Club. In November 1880, Newton Heath LYR Football Club played their first-ever recorded game against the reserve team of Bolton Wanderers, whom they defeated 6-0. Eight years later, Newton Heath LYR F.C. and other teams founded a regional football league named The Combination. The Combination only ran for a single season before its dissolution. This saw the Club join the Football Alliance, a new league. In the 1892/1893 season, Newton Heath LYR Football Club started in the first division, and two seasons later, the team was relegated to the lower tier of the league. 

By 1902, Manchester United had accrued a debt of £2,670, which saw it receive a liquidation order. Harry Stafford, the team's captain, turned to John Henry Davies and four other business people for help to settle the debt. The transaction saw the Club's name change to Manchester United in 1902, and in 1903, Ernest Mangnall was appointed as the Club's manager. Manchester United later moved to the first division of the Football Alliance in 1906 and won their initial title in 1908. This marked the Club's beginning, now known throughout the seven continents.

Club Profile

The Manchester City Council coat of arms inspired Manchester United's initial crest. However, in 1975, the crest was changed to the current badge, which includes the devil holding a trident.

Regarding the team's colours, Manchester United first wore white with blue cord uniforms. The colours later changed to navy blue shorts with white and red jerseys. This switched to green and gold kits in 1896. It was not until 1902 that Manchester United introduced the widely recognized shades of red jerseys, white shorts, and black socks. The new jerseys came the same year the Club's name changed. 

The Manchester United Club motto is Concilio et Labore, a Latin phrase that means Wisdom and Effort. Most Manchester United fans are unaware of the motto due to multiple catchphrases coming up over the years. Check the information below to learn more about Manchester United's stadium, nickname, and market value.

Old Trafford "Theatre of Dreams" - The Home of Manchester United

Manchester United has called a few stadiums home, including North Road and Bank Street grounds, but the ground everyone knows is Old Trafford "The Theatre of Dreams".

The stadium's construction began in 1909, and in 1910, it was open for use. Archibald Leitch was the architect behind the 74,140-capacity stadium. Initially, the stadium had 12,000 seats undercover in the south stand, while the other three stands had no roofs. Archibald Leitch did a great job of ensuring the design was timeless.

Old Trafford is the third-largest stadium in the U.K., behind Wembley and Twickenham, with a record attendance of 76,962. This attendance was for a game in 1939 between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Grimsby Town. For more than 100 years, Old Trafford has hosted several prestigious events, including the matches from the 1966 FIFA World Cup and the 2013 Rugby League World Cup.

Also Known as - The Red Devils, Why?

One undeniable aspect is that Manchester United is very popular worldwide. Most people call the club "Man U or Man Utd". The team also goes by its popular nickname, "The Red Devils", which was adopted from Salford, an English rugby club. This name was considered ferocious by the Busby Babes, who found their nickname to sound less intimidating. The Club's nickname is reflected on the crest, which entails a devil holding a trident.

Owners, Мarket Value and Brand

Manchester United owners are Edward, Joel, Avram, Bryan, Kevin, and Darcie Glazer, who are the sons of Malcolm Glazer. Using his company, Red Football Ltd, Glazer acquired Manchester United's majority shares in 2005. Currently, the Glazers own 69% of the Club's total shares. The company has an estimated worth of $4.2 Billion, making it the wealthiest Club in the U.K. Lastly, Manchester United is among the most valuable brands due to the team's impact all over England and across the globe.

The Trophy Cabinet at Manchester United

The trophy cabinet at Manchester United is full of domestic and international trophies. Thanks to the Club's successful runs during the tenure of Matt Busby and Alex Ferguson. So far, some of the trophies include:

  • League Titles - First Division/Premier League x20
  • European Cup/UEFA Champions League x3
  • UEFA Super Cup x1
  • F.A. Cup x12
  • Charity/Community Shield x21
  • League Cup x5
  • UEFA Cup Winners' Cup x1
  • Intercontinental Cup x1
  • FIFA Club World Cup x1

What About The Manchester United Fans?

Manchester United has a significant fan base, with an estimated 75 million fans worldwide. The Club has over 200 officially recognized fan branches known as Manchester United Supporters Club. Another interesting fact is that Man Utd fans are deemed the loudest in the Premier League. Thanks to the extensive fan base, the Club is among the teams whose average home attendance is always high. Man Utd also has an anthem popularly known as Glory Glory Man United, which is known by every fan of the Club.

Legends of the Stretford End

Manchester United has created and housed some of the most prolific players the world has ever seen. Most of the club legends scored the most goals and showed unmatched skills on the pitch. Here is a detailed list of the top 5 players to ever set foot on the Old Trafford turf.

Cristiano Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo is a legend who has had the best run in football history. Popularly known as CR7, Ronaldo is known for his speed, tremendous dribbling skills, and powerful shots. He won a Golden Boot and Golden Shoe during his first spell at Manchester United. And currently has one of the biggest followings of any player on social media.   Some of the titles Cristiano has won include the F.A. Cup, Premier League, and Community Shield.

Ryan Giggs

It is impossible not to think of Ryan Giggs when making a list of the top players at Manchester United. He was a crucial part of the team, able to tear through any defence. Giggs made an unforgettable impact throughout his career and was also an interim manager at Manchester United in 2014.

Wayne Rooney

Wayne Rooney is a cult hero who blessed Manchester United with many goals from 2004 to 2017. At 18 years old, Rooney was already making headlines by scoring hat-tricks and dribbling past experienced opponents. His time at Man Ut saw him set the Club's goalscoring record of 253 goals. Wayne Rooney holds numerous titles, including the FA Cup, UEFA Champions League, and Europa League.

Bobby Charlton

Despite being a midfielder, Sir Bobby Charlton was a goalscoring machine,  scoring 249 goals at Man Utd. Apart from winning multiple titles, he won the 1966 UEFA Ballon d'Or. What made Sir Bob Charlton stand out was his ability to take the game by the scruff of the neck to win the match.

Paul Scholes

Paul Scholes was part of the Manchester United squad from 1991 to 2013. He is considered one of the most valuable players in Man Utd history. This led to Sir Alex Ferguson bringing him out of retirement to famously stop Manchester City from clinching the 2011/2012 Premier League title. Paul Scholes won several UEFA Champions League titles at Manchester United. He also had an F.A.F.A. Cup and the FIFA Club World Cup winner medals.

Top 5 Goalscorers

Manchester United is the 'Club' behind some of the best players in world football. Apart from creating fantastic dribblers, Manchester United introduced football fans to excellent goal scorers, including:

  1. Wayne Rooney - 253 
  2. Bobby Charlton - 249
  3. Denis Law - 237 
  4. Jack Rowley - 211
  5. Dennis Viollet - 179
  6. George Best - 179

Top 3 Greatest Managers

Apart from having some of the most skilled players, Man Utd has had some brilliant managers and coaches. Here is a list of the top three Manchester United managers.

Sir Alex Ferguson

Sir Alex Ferguson single-handedly transformed Manchester United, leading the Club to win multiple English Premier League titles. Ferguson came to Manchester United from Aberdeen in 1986 and started crafting a winning plan, which took four years to work. In the early 1990s, Sir Alex Ferguson began clinching titles and moulding superb players. He is credited with developing world-class footballers like Cristiano Ronaldo, David Beckham and Paul Scholes.

Matt Busby

There is no Manchester United without the Busby Babes, a team of world-class players named after Matt Busby, their manager. However, their success story ended tragically in 1955 as the plane they boarded in Munich crashed, killing 23 (15 passengers/crew and 8 players).

Ron Atkinson

Atkinson was a successful manager at Old Trafford. Unlike Sir Alex Ferguson, Ron Atkinson did not win many titles. However, he was behind some of the most memorable Manchester United victories, like when his team beat Barcelona during the Diego Maradona era. Another extraordinary Atkinson achievement was when Man Utd won their first 10 consecutive games in the 1986/1987 Premier League season.

Record Transfers

Manchester United has broken the league transfer record six times. The first was in 1962 when they purchased the firey scot Denis Law from Torino for £115,000. Some of the most impressive transfer records. Below is a list of record arrivals and departures from Manchester United. So you can go through it to see which players were part of the most expensive transfers.

Arrivals 

  1. Paul Pogba – £94.50m, 2016, Juventus (A world record at the time)
  2. Harry Maguire - £78.30m, 2019, Leicester (Most expensive defender in Premier League History)
  3. Jadon Sancho - £76.50m, 2021, Borussia Dortmund
  4. Romelu Lukaku - £76.23m, 2017, Everton
  5. Ángel Di María - £67.50m, 2014, Real Madrid

Departures

  1. Cristiano Ronaldo - £84.60m, 2009, Real Madrid (Premier League record at the time)
  2. Romelu Lukaku - £66.60m, 2019, Inter Milan
  3. Ángel Di María - £56.70m, 2015, Paris St. Germain
  4. David Beckham - £33.75m, 2003, Real Madrid
  5. Henrikh Mkhitaryan - £30.60m, 2017, Arsenal

Manchester United Derbies and Rivalries

Manchester United has managed to line up several rivalries over the years, with the most prominent one being against Liverpool, which happens to be the joint-most successful club in England. This rivalry is one of the most famous fixtures in football, with millions of spectators tuning in worldwide on match day. Sir Alex Ferguson even confirmed that one of his most challenging jobs was beating Liverpool. Other fierce rivals include Arsenal and Leeds United.

The rise of Man City has added spice to the Manchester Derby, first contested in 1881. Over the years, there have been memorable scorelines such as:

  • Man United 1–6 City (1926)
  • United 0–5 City (1955)
  • Man Utd 5–0 City (1994)
  • United 1–6 City (2011)

Being a prolific club, Manchester United is always one of the teams to beat in the Premier League.

Most Memorable Matches

One of the most memorable matches in sports history was the 1999 UEFA Champions League Final between Manchester United and Bayern Munich. The game attracted a crowd of 90,245 spectators to the Nou Camp, who roared throughout the match. Manchester United had most of the play in the first half but trailed one-nil at halftime from a goal by Mario Basler in the sixth minute. However, they triumphed with goals from late substitutes Teddy Sheringham and Ole Gunnar Solskjær in the allocated 3 minutes of injury time.

Biggest Wins

In addition to the most memorable match in European tournaments, Manchester United has registered some of the biggest wins among top-class teams. The biggest margin of victory was during the 1956/1957 season of the European Cup when Manchester United beat RSC Anderlecht 10-0. Other Big victories include:

  • 10-1 v Wolves, Division One (1892)
  • 9-0 v Walsall, Division Two (1895)
  • 9-0 v Darwen, Division Two (1898)
  • 8-0 v Yeovil, FA Cup (1949)
  • 8-1 v Queens Park Rangers, Division One (1969)
  • 9-0 v Ipswich, Premier League (1995)
  • 8-1 v Nottingham Forest, Premier League (1999)
  • 9-0 v Southampton, Premier League (2021)

They have also won 7 Nil seven times (v West Manchester, Grimsby, Accrington, Aston Villa x 2, West Brom, Barnsley)

Heaviest Defeats

Manchester United has also faced some of the heaviest defeats, with their biggest loss being 7-0, which they have suffered 3 times in their history:

  1. Blackburn Rovers on 10 April 1926
  2. Aston Villa on 27 December 1930
  3. Wolves on 26 December 1931

Man United's biggest loss in the English Premier League has been by 5 goals, which has happened 5 times

  • 5-0 at Newcastle on 20 October 1996
  • 5-0 at Chelsea on 3 October 1999
  • 6-1 to Man City on 23 October 2011 (Home loss)
  • 6-1 to Tottenham on 4 October 23 October 2020 (home Loss)
  • 5-0 to Liverpool on 24 October 2021 (Home loss)

Manchester United Fixtures, Live Scores and Results 

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Latest Manchester United Standings and Top Scorers 

Football is unpredictable today; Manchester United can gain a point and move up the Premier League table or lose to a team and drop out of the Top 4. Oddspedia offers access to the latest Manchester United standings to keep you updated. Therefore, you can check the current Man Utd's points and form. Furthermore, the site offers data about Manchester United's top scorers during a season or in a particular league. You do not need to worry about non-essential cookies because Oddspedia has none. All you need to do is decide whether you want to check the standings or the current match details.

Current Manchester United Squad - Players and Coaches

Who is in the Manchester United squad? Oddspedia answers such questions by giving you detailed information about the entire team. The resource will indicate whether Harry Maguire is in the initial lineup. Furthermore, you will quickly determine if Anthony Elanga is on the injury list. As a result, you will not miss any important details regarding the Man Utd squad. In addition to the players' lineup, Oddspedia ensures you are updated about Manchester United's coaches. This gives you an overall understanding of whom to expect on the pitch during each game.

Latest Manchester United News

Oddspedia will keep updating you with relevant Manchester United news and information from different sources, including players' social media accounts. Oddspedia also takes advantage of the gossip going around the industry and what news outlets are stating. The main objective is to ensure you are well-informed about everything happening at Manchester United Football Club and around the players and managers. You can decide to activate the Oddspedia push notifications so that you are the first to know whenever the website updates its news section.

Betting on Manchester United

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Odds Comparison - Get The Highest Odds for Manchester United

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To access Oddspedia's competitive odds listing, click the odds tab on the main menu bar and use the scrollbar to review the available odds for Man Utd.

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The best way to enjoy betting on football is to opt for the best betting sites. So  Oddspedia provides you with over 80 sportsbook reviews to help you find the most appropriate online bookmaker.

Each bookie analysis contains information about the sportsbook's Oddspedia's markets, odds, coverage, and payment methods. You will also find details regarding bookies with the best bonus offers. Therefore, Oddspedia will not just help you find a licensed and safe bookmaker for betting but also give you access to the best free bets and cash deposit offers.

Did You Know That?

  • Manchester United holds 20 Premier League titles, more than any other English club.  The team has also won the European Cup/UEFA Champions League 3 times.
  • Man Utd is the only Club in England to win the F.A. Cup, English Premier League, and UEFA Champions League in the same season.
  • According to a Survey carried out in 2011, 1 out of 10 people supports The Red Devils, making it one of the most popular clubs globally.
  • Old Trafford suffered bomb damage during World War II, so Man Utd played at Maine Road (Manchester City's then stadium) from 1941 to 1949.
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