Manchester United FC

Location of Manchester United Football Club

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Location of the stadium of Manchester United F.C. (Old Trafford)

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Official Name: Manchester United FC

Chairman: Martin Edwards

Secretary: Ken Ramsden

Press Officier: Diana Law

Coach: Alex Fergusson

Address: Sir Matt Busby Way Old Trafford, M16 0RA, Manchester, England

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Uniform: Red/ white

Alternate uniform: white/black

European Champions Club's Cup winner: 1968

UEFA Champions League winner: 1999, 2008

UEFA Cup Winners' Cup winner: 1991

UEFA Super Cup winner: 1991

Intercontinental Cup/FIFA Club World Cup winner: 1999, 2008

Division One/Premier League winner: 1908, 1911, 1952, 1956, 1957, 1965, 1967, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2007, 2008, 2009

FA Cup winner: 1909, 1948, 1963, 1977, 1983, 1985, 1990, 1994, 1996, 1999, 2004

FA Charity Shield/Community Shield winner: 1908, 1911, 1952, 1956, 1957, 1965, 1967, 1977, 1983, 1990, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 2003, 2007, 2008, 2010

Football League Cup winner: 1992, 2006, 2009, 2010

Division Two winner: 1936, 1975

1878: Newton Heath LYR Football Club formed. (LYR: Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway)

1892: Foundation of Newton Heath LYR Football Club. First manager of Manchester United Football Club: Alfred Herbert Albut, Entered Football League

1900: New manager: James West

1902: New owner: John Henry Davies, New name (from April/May): Manchester United FC

1903: New secretary (also first manager): Ernest Mangnall (from September)

1906: Promoted to Division One

1908: Football League winner, stadium construction on Old Trafford site begins

1909: FA Cup winner

1910: Stadium construction begins, club moves to new stadium from Bank Street

1911: Divison One winner, FA Charity Shield winner

1912: New secretary (also manager): John Bentley

1914: December: secretery - manager role separated; first full time secretary: JJ Bentley, first full time manager: John Robson

1917: May: previous Manchester United player Sandy Turnbull killed in World War I. (a battle in France)

1921: New secretary- manager (both roles performed by): John Chapman

1922: Relegated to Division Two

1925: Promotion to Division One

1926: Manager John Chapman suspended by Football Association with immediate effect (reason never made public), new manager (a player-manager): Clarence Hilditch

1927 New manager (replacing Clarence Hilditch): Herbert Barnlett

1931: New manager: secretary Walter Crickmer

1932: New manager: Scott Duncan

1933: New Owner: James Gibson, New manager: Scott Duncan

1936: Division Two winner, promotion to Division One

1937: Relegation to Division Two, New manager: Walter Crickmer (for 2nd time)

1938: Promotion to Division One

1941: March 11: Old Trafford bombed by German bombers

1945: New manager: Matt Busby

1952: Division One winner

1948: FA Cup winner

1956: Division One winner

1957: Division One winner, FA Cup finalist

1958: February 6 in Munich, Germany: Manchester United airplane crash accident; 22 killed, including 7 players, 1 player dies 15 days later in a German hospital, FA Cup finalist

1959: Division One runner-up

1963: FA Cup winner

1965: Division One winner

1967: Division One winner

1968: European Champions Club's Cup winner

1969: New manager: Wilf McGuiness, World Club Championship finalist

1970: New manager (temporary): Sir Matt Busby

1971: June: New manager: Frank O'Farrell

1972: December: New manager: Tommy Docherty

1974: Relegation to Division Two

1975: Division Two winner, Promotion to Divison One

1976: FA Cup finalist

1977: New manager: Dave Sexton, FA Cup winner

1978: New manager: Dave Sexton

1979: FA Cup finalist

1981: New manager: Ron Atkinson

1983: FA Cup finalist, Milk (League) Cup finalist

1985: FA Cup winner

1986: New manager: Alex Ferguson

1990: FA Cup winner

1991: May: UEFA Cup Winners' Cup winner

1992: Football League Cup winner (March)

1993: Premier League winner

1994: FA Cup winner, Premier League winner

1995: FA Cup finalist

1996: FA Cup winner, Premier League winner

1997: May: Premier League winner

1999: Intercontinental Cup winner, UEFA Championship winner, FA Cup winner, Premier League winner

2001: Premier League winner

2000: April: Premier League winner

2003: May: Premier League winner, Community shield winner

2004: FA Cup winner

2005: FA Cup finalist

2006: Carling Cup winner

2007: Premier League winner, FA Cup finalist, Community shield winner

2008: FIFA Club World Cup winner, UEFA Champions League winner, Premier League winner, Community shield winner

2009: Premier League winner, Football League Cup winner

2010: Football League Cup winner, Community shield winner

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