United's Double-winning Reserves are back in training ahead of the 2010/11 campaign, and a rigorous pre-season schedule awaits Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Warren Joyce's boys.
Next Monday, just a week after the players returned to training at Carrington, the second string take on Curzon Ashton. That commences a seven-match build-up to the new campaign which also includes testimonials for Darren Way and Alan Main, stalwarts for Yeovil Town and St Johnstone respectively.
The Reds also take on Dunfermline Athletic, Oxford United and Altrincham, before rounding off preparations against Chelsea's Reserves in a behind-closed-doors friendly at the Blues' Cobham training ground.
All other fixtures are open to the public, however, and supporters who wish to attend can do so in a variety of ways:
Curzon Ashton v United
Monday 12th July @ The Tameside Stadium (ko 7.45pm)
Tickets: Adults £7, concessions £2.50, available at the gate.
Dunfermline Athletic v United
Saturday 17th July @ East End Park (ko 3pm)
Tickets: Adults £12, concessions £6, available from DAFC ticket office (01383 745909) or online through www.parsonline.co.uk. Hospitality packages also available, ranging from £25-£55 per person.
Yeovil Town v United (Darren Way Testimonial)
Saturday 24th July @ Huish Park (ko 3pm)
Tickets: Adults £15, concessions £5 and a special package for two adults and two children together costs £35. All tickets are available at the gate.
Oxford United v United
Tuesday 27th July @ Kassam Stadium (ko 7.45pm)
Tickets: Adults £15 in advance, £17 on the day; students with NUS cards: £11.50 in advance, £13 on the day; concessions: £9 in advance, £10 at the gate. Available on www.oufc.co.uk or from OUFC ticket office: 01865 337533.
St Johnstone v United (Alan Main Testimonial)
Saturday 31st July @ McDiarmid Park (ko 3pm)
Tickets: Adults £15, under-16s £5. Hospitality packages available at £75 per person. For details call St Johnstone switchboard: