The Old Trafford legend is one of EIGHT players who have featured for the club at the age of 36 or older during the Barclays Premier League era.
Giggs may have some way to go to match his fellow Welshman Billy Meredith, who is the Reds' oldest-ever player having turned out in 1921 at the age of 46, but he is the second-eldest since the dawn of the new league in 1992.
This week's trivia question was:
Name the other seven players who have represented United in the Premier League at the age of 36 or older.
Check out the answers in the black box.
Edwin van der Sar (40yrs, 205 days)
Ryan Giggs (39yrs, 171 days)
Raimond van der Gouw (39yrs, 48 days)
Paul Scholes (38yrs, 184 days)
Laurent Blanc (37yrs, 172 days)
Bryan Robson (37yrs, 116 days)
Andy Goram (37yrs, 29 days)
Denis Irwin (36yrs, 192 days)
* Premier League era only