List of Trophies

FA PREMIER LEAGUE /

FOOTBALL LEAGUE DIVISION ONE

United have won 19 League Championships, overtaking Liverpool’s long-standing record with the 2010/2011 Barclays Premier League title.

FA Cup

Following 2004’s victory over Millwall, United has a record eleven FA Cups to its name and has appeared in the final on seventeen occasions. United are also the only club to appear in an FA Cup final in every decade since the war.

FOOTBALL LEAGUE CUP

The Carling Cup or Football League Cup (also previously known as the Worthington Cup, Milk Cup, Coca-Cola Cup and Rumbelows Cup) was first played in 1961. Manchester United have won it four times; the Reds overcame Nottingham Forest 1-0 in the 1992 final, beat Wigan Athletic 4-0 in 2006, vanquished Tottenham on penalties in 2009 and came from behind to defeat Aston Villa 2-1 in 2010.

FA CHARITY / COMMUNITY SHIELD

From its humble beginnings in 1908, when it was known as the Sheriff of London Shield, to its place today as the annual curtain raiser to the English football season, the FA Community Shield (until recent years known as the FA Charity Shield) has long been an important part of the football calendar.
EUROPEAN CUP /

UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

The Champions League is the ultimate club prize in European football. United have won the trophy three times, in 1968, 1999 and 2008. Real Madrid have the record number of wins, with nine European Cups to their name.

FIFA CLUB WORLD CUP

United became the first British club to win the FIFA Club World Cup when the Reds beat LDU Quito in Yokohama, Japan on 21 December 2008. Wayne Rooney scored the only goal.

UEFA SUPER CUP

The European Super Cup was the brainchild of reporter Anton Witkamp. After a period of supreme Dutch dominance (either Ajax or Feyenoord had won the European Cup final for the last four years), Witkamp had the idea of pitting the winner of the 1972 European Cup against the winner of the same year’s Cup Winners’ Cup.

EUROPEAN CUP WINNERS’ CUP

Sir Alex Ferguson guided United to success in the European Cup Winners’ Cup in 1990/91 – thirty years after the competition was inaugurated by UEFA. It was the Reds’ first triumph in the Cup but Sir Alex’s second, having previously won it with Aberdeen in 1983, courtesy of a shock 2-1 win over Real Madrid.

GLORY GLORY MAN UNITED…..
Glory Glory Man United was a 1983 single released by the Manchester United Football Club squad prior to the 1983 FA Cup Final at Wembley in London. United fans had been singing the song since the late 70’s but the single was a medley with other chants in.
Glory Glory Man United
by The World Red Army
Featuring Jenny Bae
Lyrics by Will Robinson, Daniel Ryan.
Glory, glory, man utd
Glory, glory, man utd
Glory, glory, man utd
As The Reds Go Marching On
Welcome to old Trafford its the theatre of our dreams
Were ready to die were ready to fight – its part of our history
the power and the glory -Oh the Stretford end will sing
as the reds go marching on on on
Glory, glory, man utd
Glory, glory, man utd!
Glory, glory, man utd
as the reds go marching on on on
With Rooney and ronaldo and the magic at their feet.
There’s no competition – in the English premier league
were the champions of the world
and were the greatest football team
as the reds go marching on on on
Glory, glory, man utd
Glory, glory, man utd!
Glory, glory, man utd
as the reds go marching on on on
And now we are the champions and Theres no one left to beat.
We’ve finished off the scousers – And Silenced The Mersey Beat
Ryan giggs we we love you – Gary Neville you are the best
As The Reds Go Marching On
Glory, glory, man utd
Glory, glory, man utd!
Glory, glory, man utd
as the reds go marching on on on
Glory, glory, man utd
Glory, glory, man utd!
Glory, glory, man utd
as the reds go marching on on on
Glory, glory, man utd
Glory, glory, man utd!
Glory, glory, man utd
as the reds go marching on on on
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