Today’s Youth, Tomorrow’s Stars is how Manchester United see their youngsters that are currently playing in the Premier League 2. The United youngsters play their home games in that league along with their Premier League International Cup and UEFA Youth League games at Leigh Sports Village. They played their last season and have carried that on once again this year and the best think about it is that it’s free to watch.
So how do you see Ricky Sbragia’s United for free? Well, Turnstiles open an hour before kick off, and you are encouraged to sign up for each game – click here. That way, they can send you pre-match information, enter you into prize draws and you then find out first about any further United matches at Leigh Sports Village. You also receive an online match teamsheet for each game you attend. It’s a fantastic, family-friendly way to enjoy world class football. You might even catch a first team star – Luke Shaw, Marcos Rojo and Ashley Young have played in Leigh already this season.
Ricky Sbragia came back to United and is working with the up and coming talent once again, the youngsters are keen to catch his eye as well as the main man Jose Mourinho. They’ll have the chance to do that once again on Monday 18th December at 7pm, with United’s last Premier League 2 game of 2017 against Leicester City.
RESERVES FIXTURES 2017/18 – PREMIER LEAGUE 2 (unless stated)
Mon 14 Aug – Leicester City (A) 1-0
Mon 21 Aug – Swansea City (H) 1-1
Fri 25 Aug – Tottenham Hotspur (A) 0-3
Fri 8 Sept – Arsenal (H) 0-2
Mon 18 Sept – Chelsea (A) 2-2
Fri 22 Sept – Derby County (H) 1-2
Sun 15 Oct – West Ham United (A) 2-4
Mon 23 Oct – Liverpool (H) 1-3
Sun 29 Oct – Sunderland (A) 1-0
Sat 4 Nov – Swansea City (H) 2-1 (PL International Cup)
Wed 15 Nov – Athletic Club (H) 2-1 (PL International Cup)
Sat 18 Nov – Manchester City (H) 1-1
Mon 27 Nov – Everton (A) 0-0
Sat 2 Dec – Celtic (H) 2-0 (PL International Cup)
Mon 11 Dec – Swansea City (A)
Mon 18 Dec – Leicester City (H)
Mon 8 Jan – West Ham United (H)
Mon 15 Jan – Arsenal (A)
Mon 29 Jan – Tottenham Hotspur (H, Old Trafford)
Sun 4 Feb – Derby County (A) 13:00 GMT
Fri 16 Feb – Chelsea (H) 19:05 GMT
Fri 2 Mar – Sunderland (H, Old Trafford)
Fri 9 Mar – Liverpool (A, Anfield)
Fri 13 Apr – Manchester City (A)
Fri 20 Apr – Everton (H, Old Trafford)
All United fixtures are subject to change. Unless otherwise stated above, home matches are played at Leigh Sports Village and all matches kick off at 19:00 UK time.
MUTV shows all Reserves matches, home and away, live on Sky and Virgin Media in the UK and Ireland, online at MUTV.com and in 165 other countries via the MUTV App (available at the Apple and Google Play stores).
You can also celebrate with United! As you can hold your child’s party at a United U23’s game. It includes exclusive use of a hospitality box decorated with balloons and banners, a delicious party buffet, visit from United mascot Fred The Red and executive seat on a private terrace in the stadium for the game.