Afterwards, the 35-year-old centre-back spoke to MUTV about his role with the Trust.
"I’ve been involved since I was 18," he said. "They asked me to come along and it was something I really believed in and felt was important. To give kids an opportunity to get into work and have a positive outlook on life – how can you turn that down?
"The most rewarding part is coming to events like this and listening to the young people who’ve come through the system, hearing how positive their lives are now compared to how they were before they got involved with the Prince’s Trust.
"The partnership the Trust has with the Premier League and United is great. Leveraging football clubs highlights the good work they’re doing and lets young people know that there are good outcomes to be had, if they work hard."