- Founded: 1878
- Manager: Erik ten Hag
- Stadium: Old Trafford
- Owner: The Glazer Family
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Manchester United Results
- Manchester United 2-1 Man City
- Manchester United 3-0 Charlton
- Manchester United 3-1 Everton
- Manchester United 3-0 Bournemouth
- Manchester United 3-0 Nottm Forest
- Manchester United 2-0 Burnley
- Arsenal 3-2 Manchester United
- Crystal Palace 1-1 Manchester United
- Wolverhampton 0-1 Manchester United
- Cadiz 4-2 Manchester United
- Fulham 1-2 Manchester United
- Aston Villa 3-1 Manchester United
Manchester United Outright Odds
English Premier League English Premier League - Bottom Half Finish
English Premier League English Premier League - To Be Relegated
England Premier League Top 4 Finish 2022-23 England Premier League Top 4 Finish 2022-23 - Top 4 Finish
England Premier League Top 6 Finish 2022-23 England Premier League Top 6 Finish 2022-23 - Top 6 Finish
About Manchester United
Manchester United are one of the most famous football clubs in the world. The Red Devils are regular contenders to win the Premier League title, Champions League trophy, and the domestic cups available each season.
With a diehard supporter base spread out around the globe, Manchester United have a lot of expectations and pressure on their shoulders each season. Trophies may have been difficult to win over the last few years, but Manchester United are never far away from silverware and you can always guarantee that the pressure to succeed will never fade.
About Manchester United
Manchester United were founded in 1878 by their original name Newton Heath L&YR Football Club. It wasn’t until 1902 that the club officially changed their name to Manchester United. The football club initially played home matches at the North Road ground before moving to the Bank Street in 1893. It wasn’t until 1910 that Manchester United moved to their current home, Old Trafford. The move to Old Trafford was made for the club to achieve new ambitions having won their first-ever Football League championship in 1908.
The Red Devils have seen a number of eras of success. The 1950s saw Sir Matt Busby win three league titles setting up the club for a brilliant silverware-laden decade of the 1960s. Two more league title went to Old Trafford in the 1960s along with an FA Cup and UEFA European Cup in 1968.
The successful decades of the 1950s and 1960s sandwiched one of the biggest tragedies in European football between them. The Munich Air Disaster in February 1958 took the lives of eight first-team players. Busby rebuilt the team around players as George Best, Bobby Charlton and Denis Law leading to the success of the 1960s.
The club spent the 1970s and 1980s in the shadow of long-time rival Liverpool. While the Reds won trophy-after-trophy, Manchester United hit their lowest point of the 20th century. Sir Alex Ferguson’s arrival in 1986 might have started slow but went on to change English football forever.
The Red Devils became the dominant English club in the Premier League and Europe during the 1990s and 2000s. Under Ferguson, Manchester United won 13 Premier League titles and two Champions League trophies. No club have won more First Division/Premier League trophies than Manchester United’s 20.
Bet on Manchester United
Leading sportsbooks offer a number of betting markets on Manchester United. Each week of the football season gives bettors the chance to bet on Manchester United in multiple ways. Bettors can wager on Manchester United as the outright winner of the Premier League, Champions League, or domestic cup competitions. There is the opportunity to bet on one-off matches, players, correct scores, goals, and more.
Bettors also have the chance to wager on Manchester United in the transfer market and which player(s) will arrive at the club next. In addition, the club’s status means some of the world’s top managers are linked with them every week. Bettors can wager on the next manager to join the club or on whether Manchester United will sack their coach next.
Manchester United Players
Manchester United are one of the world’s biggest teams, which means some of the globe’s top players join up. Old Trafford is currently the home of top players such as Cristiano Ronaldo, Marcus Rashford, Paul Pogba, Harry Maguire, and Bruno Fernandes.
Paul Pogba is the most expensive Manchetser United player in history. He joined in 2016 from Juventus for a second stint with the Red Devils for a then world record fee of £89m.
Manchester United Honours
First Division/Premier League
Winners (20; record): 1907–08, 1910–11, 1951–52, 1955–56, 1956–57, 1964–65, 1966–67, 1992–93, 1993–94, 1995–96, 1996–97, 1998–99, 1999–2000, 2000–01, 2002–03, 2006–07, 2007–08, 2008–09, 2010–11, 2012–13
Winners (12): 1908–09, 1947–48, 1962–63, 1976–77, 1982–83, 1984–85, 1989–90, 1993–94, 1995–96, 1998–99, 2003–04, 2015–16
Football League Cup/EFL Cup
Winners (5): 1991–92, 2005–06, 2008–09, 2009–10, 2016–17
FA Charity Shield/FA Community Shield
Winners (21; record): 1908, 1911, 1952, 1956, 1957, 1965*, 1967*, 1977*, 1983, 1990*, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 2003, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2016 (* shared)
European Cup/UEFA Champions League
Winners (3): 1967–68, 1998–99, 2007–08
European Cup Winners' Cup
Winners (1): 1990–91
UEFA Europa League
Winners (1): 2016–17
European Super Cup
Winners (1): 1991
Manchester United All-Time Top Goalscorers
|1||Wayne Rooney||253 goals|
|2||Bobby Charlton||248 Goals|
|3||Denis Law||237 Goals|
|4||Jack Rowley||211 goals|
|T5||Dennis Viollet||179 goals|
|T5||George Best||179 goals|
Manchester United Legends
Some of the biggest names have passed through Old Trafford over the years. One of the most-talked about players, even today, is George Best, who had a mercurial rise to the top before burning out brightly. Bobby Charlton was a part of the Busby Babes and had tremendous success at the club in terms of goals and trophies while also being part of the 1966 England World Cup winning squad.
In the 1990s, after a down period, Fergie’s fledglings took the club back to the highest echelons of football. David Beckham, Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs, the Neville brothers, and Andy Cole are all well-remembered stars of the era. Other greats to wear the Manchester United shirt more recently include Ruud van Nistelrooy, Wayne Rooney, Cristiano Ronaldo, and Rio Ferdinand.
Manchester United Managers
Two names truly stick out as great Manchester United managers - Sir Matt Busby and Sir Alex Ferguson.
Sir Matt Busby oversaw the team’s success in the 1950s and 1960s before leaving the club. He won 13 major trophies in two stints with the Red Devils.
Sir Alex Ferguson arrived in 1986 from Aberdeen. After a slow start and nearly being sacked, Ferguson was able to "knock Liverpool off their fucking perch" and lead Manchester United back to tthe very top. Thirty-nine major trophies were secured by Ferguson before leaving in 2013. Other notable managerial names in club history include Tommy Docherty, Ron Atkinson, Jose Mourinho, and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
|A. H. Albut||1892 - 1900|
|James West||1900 - 1903|
|Ernest Mangnall||October 1903 - September 1912|
|T. J. Wallworth||September 1912 - October 1912|
|John Bentley||December 1912 - December 1914|
|Jack Robinson||December 1914 - October 1921|
|John Chapman||October 1921 - October 1926|
|Lal Hilditch||October 1926 - April 1927|
|Herbet Bamlett||April 1927 - November 1931|
|Walter Crickmer||November 1931 - July 1932|
|Scott Duncan||July 1932 - November 1937|
|Walter Crickmer||November 1937 - February 1945|
|Matt Busby||October 1945 - June 1969|
|Jimmy Murphy (Caretaker)||February 1958 - June 1958|
|Wilf McGuiness||June 1969 - December 1970|
|Matt Busby||December 1970 - June 1971|
|Frank O'Farrell||June 1971 -December 1972|
|Tommy Docherty||December 1972 - July 1977|
|Dave Sexton||July 1977 - April 1981|
|Ron Atkinson||June 1981 - November 1986|
|Alex Ferguson||November 1986 - May 2013|
|David Moyes||July 2013 - April 2014|
|Ryan Giggs (Caretaker)||April 2014 - May 2014|
|Louis van Gaal||July 2014 - May 2016|
|Jose Mourinho||May 2016 - December 2018|
|Ole Gunnar Solskjaer||Decemver 2018 - November 2021|
|Michael Carrick (Caretaker)||November 2021 - December 2021|
|Ralf Rangick (Interim)||December 2021 - Present|