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Great Popularity of Manchester United

Updated on November 2, 2016
Manchester United
Manchester United

Manchester United is stronger than anybody in the world.

— Eric Cantona

Manchester United Foundation works in some of the most deprived areas of UK with football to bring an improvement to young lives. Manchester United as a Club has a powerful history of developing youth. Manchester United Football Club is based in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester and plays in Premier League. It was founded as Newton Health LYR Football Club in 1878 and changed its name in 1902 to Manchester United and shifted to Old Trafford in 1910.

Football being a commanding game Manchester United Foundation believes that it can be employed for good cause. The passion for Manchester United is used skillfully to educate and inspire youths.

Manchester United was the first English club to win the European Cup. The current manager of the club is Sir Alex Ferguson who has won 37 honours after taking over in November 1986.

Manchester United delivers coaching in football and personal development. Young people are provided with opportunities to improve their lives. The motive of the foundation has been decided as encouraging the youths to develop as players and more essentially as people.

Manchester United is one of the richest and most widely admired football teams in the world. Forbes Magazine has ranked it amongst world’s 50 most valuable sports teams with a value of $1.86 billion. The club floated on the London Stock Exchange in 1991 and was bought by Malcolm Glazer in May 2005 for almost £800 million.


Manchester United - Brand

Manchester United is a global brand and its trademarks have been valued by a 2011 report by Brand Finance at £412 million. The strength of the global brand is attributed often to the rebuilding of the team by Matt Busby and consequent success after the Munich air disaster, which drew worldwide praise. The ‘star’ team included Nobby Stiles, Bobby Charlton, George Best and Denis Law.

The club was the second English football club to float in 1991 on the London Stock Exchange and raised remarkable capital with the help of which it decided its financial strategy further. The strength of the club was supported by powerful off-the-field media consideration of individual players, the most noteworthy of whom being David Beckham.

Manchester United Fans

Today there are innumerable fans of Manchester United and the name is talked about just like football is discussed. Thus an equation has been set between football and Manchester United. Internet is no exception to partake in the passionate discussions about the club and football. A lot of forums are dedicated just to Manchester United and football fans can exchange news, views and images of their favorite teams and players through one such Manchester United forum. These forums offer a good platform for football-lovers to get the latest knowledge about the good work of Manchester United and football.

Manchester United Cherity

The club has charity partnerships with two local charities, viz. Francis House Children’s Hospice and The Christie Charity. An assistance to raise funds through several fundraising events across the year is provided to the charities by Manchester United. Additionally the club has a longstanding partnership with UNICEF to work with children around the globe to avert the spread of HIV and AIDS in developing nations.


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      Marie Gail Stratford 6 years ago from Olathe, KS

      I giggled when I saw this because my wife can't stand Man U, but the information here is great! Thanks for sharing! I wish some of the American football clubs shared European clubs' passion for charity work.

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