Manchester United’s Under-23s will kick off the Premier League 2 season with a home game against Leicester City.

Lead coach Neil Wood’s side then travel south to Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge for the opening game on the road, once the campaign gets under way in mid-August.

The final fixture of 2021/22 is a certainly an interesting one – away to Liverpool on the first day of May.

All players born after 1 January 1998 are eligible to play and each team can field a goalkeeper and up to three over-age outfield players.

At least three league matches must be staged at Old Trafford over the course of the season with training grounds permitted to host up to three games as well. United will continue to play the majority of our home fixtures at Leigh Sports Village.


16: Leicester City (H)
20: Chelsea (A)
27: Manchester City (H)


11: Arsenal (A) 13:00 BST
17: Brighton (H)
24: Everton (A)


1: Liverpool (H)
15: Blackburn (H)
22: West Ham (A)


1: Tottenham (A)
5: Leeds (H)
22: Derby County (A)
26: Crystal Palace (H)


6: Blackburn (A)
17: Chelsea (H)


10: Tottenham (H)
14: Manchester City (A)
21: Brighton (A)


4: West Ham (H)
21: Crystal Palace (A)
25: Derby (H)


14: Leeds (A)
18: Everton (H)


4: Leicester City (A)
22: Arsenal (H)


1: Liverpool (A) 14:00 BST