Manchester United play their home games in Premier League 2, Premier League International Cup and UEFA Youth League at Leigh Sports Village this season – and once again all the matches will be free to enter. See tomorrow’s stars today!
With up and coming talent keen to catch the eye of new U23s boss Ricky Sbragia – as well as Jose Mourinho – it’s a fantastic, family-friendly way to enjoy world class football. You might even catch a first team star – Luke Shaw and Ashley Young have played at Leigh Sports Village this season.
The action continues on Friday September 22nd at 7pm, with United’s next Premier League 2 game against Derby County.
How do I see United for free?
Turnstiles are open an hour before kick off, and we encourage you to continue to sign up for each game – click on the Derby banner below to do so. That way, we can send you pre-match information, enter you in prize draws and you find out first about any further United matches at Leigh Sports Village. We’re even going to trial online teamsheets this season!
Next up, derby rivalries are renewed with Liverpool’s short trip down the A580 (Monday October 23), followed by another exciting derby on Saturday November 18, with Manchester City the visitors.
A week before Christmas, United take on Leicester City (December 18), while there are two games early in 2018, with West Ham United the visitors on January 8 and Chelsea on February 16.
The draw for the group stages of the Premier League International Cup have also taken place, with United playing Swansea again (Sat November 4, 2pm,) Athletic Club Bilbao (Wed November 15, 7pm), and Celtic (Sat December 2, 2pm).
And United have also begun their U19s UEFA Youth League campaign, with a thrilling 4-3 win against FC Basel. Their next home game in that competition is against Benfica on October 31st, 3pm kick off.