Manchester United Women are set to take on top flight competition in the FA Women’s Super League this season against old club rivals such as Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea. It will be a challenging season for the team, as Casey Stoney aims to lead her team to victory with the support of new signings including Dutch international Jackie Groenen, England Lioness Abbie McManus and Scotland’s Jane Ross.
See the games
The team will face top flight teams with the best players in the country, and they will need your support. Tickets are available to purchase for the full season, so you can make sure you don’t miss any Manchester United Women action from the WSL this season.
Where do the Women’s team play?
Manchester United Women will play their 2019/20 home matches at Leigh Sports Village, Sale Way, Leigh WN7 4JY. It has a capacity of 12,000 making it one of the largest capacity stadiums in the FA Women’s Super League. If any home fixtures are scheduled to be played at a different home ground due to fixture clashes, communications will be sent to all match-going supporters in advance.
How much are tickets?
Match tickets bought in advance are priced at £6 for adults and £3 for U16s/65+. Tickets can be purchased on the day of the match from the ticketing office at Leigh Sports Village at £6.50 for adults and £3.50 for U16s/65+.
Can I buy a Season Ticket?
Season Tickets are available to buy throughout the season and are priced at £39 for adults and £20 for U16s/65+. We also offer a Family Season Ticket which is £98 for two adult and two U16 Season Tickets. Please note Season Tickets are valid for league games only, tickets for cup games will need to actively purchased separately.
How do I buy tickets for away games?
Tickets for away games must be purchased directly via the away club’s ticketing office.
How do I buy cup game tickets?
What league do the team play in?
Following promotion from the FA Championship last season, Manchester United Women now compete in the FA Women’s Super League. In 2019/20, MU Women will play Arsenal, Birmingham City, Brighton & Hove Albion, Bristol City, Chelsea, Everton, Liverpool, Manchester City, Reading, Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United.