Manchester United Telephone Number | 0843 506 9860
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Manchester United who are commonly hailed as the world’s largest football club have a potted history.
Sir Matt Busby created a team predominantly filled by youngsters both home grown and transferred, this team was expected to go on and achieve great things, but were sadly never fulfilled due to the munich disaster.
One match that epitomised the new Busby Babes era was against Arsenal at Highbury on 1 February 1958. In front of a crowd of 63,578 the Reds beat the Gunners in a nine-goal thriller with goals from Edwards, Taylor (2), Bobby Charlton and Dennis Viollet.
Sadly, what was perhaps their greatest game on English soil was certainly to be the last for that particular Manchester United team. From Highbury, the Babes headed off into Europe to play the second leg of a tie against Red Star Belgrade. Again they won 5-4, this time on aggregate, but on the way home their celebrations were cut short by tragedy.
After refuelling in Munich on 6 February 1958, the United aeroplane crashed, killing twenty-two people, including seven players – Byrne, Colman, Jones, Pegg, Taylor, Geoff Bent and Liam Whelan. Duncan Edwards died of his injuries fifteen days later in a German hospital. The club, the city of Manchester and the English game entered a long period of mourning. It seemed inconceivable that United could recover from such an appalling loss.
We have sourced one Number that gives access for a multitude of services from Hospitality, Season and matchday tickets, Membership services, Museum and Stadium tours as well as the reds café, or for Conferences and events bookings call the Man United number on 0843 506 9860 where the staff will direct you to the relevant department.
United’s form was erratic at the start of the decade, while new names settled in, but then everything came together with a run to Wembley for the 1962/63 FA Cup Final. Busby’s new-look team beat Leicester 3-1, with two goals from David Herd and one by Law.
The next season saw United build on the foundations of FA Cup success to challenge for the title – finishing second, only four points behind the champions Liverpool, to whom they lost both at home and away. The 1962/63 season was also notable for the signing and debut of George Best, the young man from Belfast who would become football’s first superstar. His incredible skill, pace and control left opponents in knots, making him a hit with the fans, while his filmstar looks made him a hit with the ladies.
The 60’s were soon to be considered the greatest for Manchester United when just 10 years after the Munich Disaster destroyed such a wonderful young team, they went on to become the first English club to win the European Cup.
Manchester United have had many famous players grace their stadium in the famous red shirts some of which may only later become famous and remembered for their greatness, simply cast a glance over this list:
- Tommy Taylor
- Nobby Stiles
- Bobby Charlton
- Denis Law
- George Best
- Alex Stepney
- Brian Robson
- Roy Keane
- Eric Cantona
- Ryna Giggs
- David Beckham
- Christiano Ronaldo
- Robin van Persey
- Wayne Rooney
To learn more about Manchester United by booking a tour or to simply attend one or more matches or events simply call the main number on 0843 506 9860#