Guest of Honour for the match at the Weaver Stadium later this month. Admission is £9 for adults, £6 for concessions and £2 for children, with fans able to pay at the turnstiles on the night.
Frank Stubbs, who played for Nantwich in the original match, is also due to attend to see a line-up of United's current batch of promising youngsters. The Reds have already won at the Weaver Stadium this season as Warren Joyce's Under-21s defeated Stoke City there in the opening game of the campaign.
FA Youth Cup 2nd Round,
Tuesday 4 November, 1952
The Cliff, Broughton
MANCHESTER UNITED 23
(Pegg 5, Doherty 5, D.Edwards 5, E.Edwards og, Lewis 4, Morton 2, Scanlon)
United: Gordon Clayton; Bryce Fulton, Paddy Kennedy; Bobby Harrop, Ronnie Cope, Duncan Edwards; Alan Morton, John Doherty, Eddie Lewis, David Pegg, Albert Scanlon.