Manchester United Direct Phone Number

0843 557 4553

Do you support Manchester United? Sometimes you may need to speak to someone at the head office. Number Direct can transfer you to the Manchester United phone number.

Why would I call the Manchester United Club contact number?

  • To get tickets for matches.
  • To get a refund for cancelled matches.
  • To purchase a season ticket.

About Manchester Football Club

Manchester United is an English professional football club. To purchase tickets for any upcoming matches, call us to be transferred to the Manchester United direct number. Manchester United is one of the most successful clubs in the world, having won a record 20 League titles, 11 FA cups, four League cups and 20 FA community shields. The club has also won three European cups, one UEFA Winner’s Cup, one UEFA Super Cup, one Intercontential cup and one FIFA World Cup.

The current manager of Manchester United is David Moyes, who took over from Sir Alex Ferguson in May 2013. Manchester United’s ground is Old Trafford, and when the team plays there they wear red football kits. The Old Trafford ground can hold over 75,000 people and sometimes plays host to a range of concerts and live events alongside football matches.

The club currently plays in the Premier League and at the time of writing at the end of 2013, the club was placed ninth.

Manchester United History

Manchester United was founded as Newton Heath LYR Football Club in 1878. In 1902, the club changed its name to Manchester United and moved to Old Trafford eight years later in 1910. The team battled through relegation and player transfers until in 1958, tragedy struck. On the way home from a match in Munich, Germany, the aircraft carrying Manchester United players, officials and journalists crashed whilst attempting to take off. The disaster claimed 23 lives, including eight players.

Manchester United To Spend Nearly £400 Million On Three Players
December 18th 2014

It has been revealed that Manchester United’s spending spree in the last 12 months will have cost the club £391.2 million on securing just 3 players. This is after the full cost of signing Juan Mata, Angel Di Maria and Luke Shaw is taken into account.

Goal.com have been doing a study that investigates the true cost of some of the biggest transfer deals that have taken place during the last year and their results have shown that the deals for those 3 players in particular were up within some of the most expensive signings to be made.

The figures suggest Angel Di Maria will cost the club £190.7 million with all costs taken into account, Luke Shaw will cost £103.7 million and Juan Mata will come in at £96.8 million. The figures associated with these three players indicate that the moves made by the Premier League side could be a bid to try and return to the club to the level of Ferguson’s days.

Does Ferguson Need To Step Back From United?

davidmoyesDecember 11th 2013

Last night on the 10th of December 2013, Manchester United played a very close and tense match against Shakhtar. The match eventually finished 1-0 following a goal from Phil Jones. In the crowd during the match, there was a very familiar face, Sir Alex Ferguson, the club’s former manager. Noting his presence, former player Roy Keane accused Ferguson of ‘still striving for power’ at Old Trafford.

This may seem strange, given that Ferguson has as much power as he ever could have wanted before he retired in May 2013. However, instead of choosing to visit his former club just for special occasion matches, he is quite a regular face in the crowd. This is why some people in the industry agree with Keane, saying that Ferguson should maybe stop going to so many matches, as the current manager David Moyes must be feeling very under pressure to perform under Ferguson’s watchful eye.

Of course, at the moment, Manchester United are not performing as well as they normally do, placing ninth in the Premier League. The club won so many titles with Ferguson – that  must be difficult for Moyes to fill in his footsteps. So, maybe Ferguson should just visit his former clubs for special matches, such as finals or derby matches, and let Moyes lead the team in his own way.

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Number Direct is a telephone directory and call routing service and is not connected to Manchester United. The direct contact number for Manchester United can be found in the public domain or on their official website.