A brief history of Manchester United Formed: They were the first English side to play in the European Cup and the first side to win it, and they are the only English side to have become world club champions.
Feb 23, United history: Little suspecting the impact they were about to have on the national, even global game, the workers in the railway yard at Newton Heath indulged their passion for association football with games against other departments of the LYR and other railway companies.
Feb 19, United history: Reds skipper Charlie Roberts prepares for a clash with Arsenal. Bythe club had moved lock, stock and barrel from their old home of Bank Street.
United's opening fixture at Old Trafford was played on 19 February The new hosts lost to their first visitors Liverpool, but the stadium was successful in accommodating an 80, capacity crowd. Aug 30, United History: A group of Reds gather at the start of the decade.
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Manchester United returned to League football on 30 Augustfollowing a four-year gap caused by the First World War. Billy Meredith was still at Old Trafford, but reaching the end of his illustrious Old Trafford career. This decade ushered in one of United's greatest-ever full-backs, Johnny Carey.
The highlight of Duncan and Crickmer's season was the discovery of Johnny Carey, who would later be recognised as one of the greatest full-backs in football history.
Playing 32 games and scoring six goals in a more advanced role, the Irishman helped United to stay up this time, finishing 14th, while City took their turn to be relegated.
There was no time to gloat, however - the outbreak of war put the Football League on hold again, for several years. Jul 9, United history: The outbreak of the Second World War forced football to the very back of people's minds between and But even in the absence of League football, Old Trafford was still the focus of attention.
Busby joined the Reds ininitially on a five-year contract. Little did he know he would still be managing the club 25 years later!
The young boss did not waste any time making his mark, altering the positions of several key players: Feb 6, United history Against Red Star Belgrade they won againthis time on aggregate but, on the way home, the celebrations were cut short by tragedy.
Duncan Edwards died of his injuries 15 days later in a German hospital. The club, the city of Manchester and the English game entered a long period of mourning. May 29, United history: This time, United would go all the way, beating Benfica in the final at Wembley.
Jaime Graca equalised Charlton's headed goal to take the game into extra-time, but further goals from Best, Brian Kidd and Charlton gave United their first European Cup.THE NEW SEASON HAS JUST STARTED. Watch the games with United supporters' in Johannesburg at the Official Home of the Manchester United Supporters' Club of South Africa at The Keg & Beagle in Linksfield.
Manchester United returned to League football on 30 August , following a four-year gap caused by the First World War. The team for that first match back against Derby County included many new faces - in fact only two of the men on duty had played in United's previous league game at the end of the /15 season.
The club was formed as Newton Heath L&YR F.C in but changed its name to Manchester United in The Red Devils won their first title in , but it was not until the s, and after the great Sir Matt Busby had taken over as manager, that the club enjoyed its first period of sustained success.
Introduction and History Manchester United Football Club is a prestigious English club, based in Old Trafford, Manchester, owned by the Glazer Family through the Red Football parent company.
The football club, formed in , was fist known as Newton Heath LYR Football Club, a works team of the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway depot in Newton Heath.
Find out exactly what Manchester United have won over the years! From Busby to Fergie and the Doc somewhere in between. The club was founded in but not as Manchester United but as Newton Heath L & YR f.c.
Newton Heath was a depot for the Lancashire and Yorkshire railways, and the club was set up as the workers football .