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Man Utd Soccer Schools
Manchester United Soccer Schools
Manchester United Soccer Schools (MUSS) is the official provider of global and domestic coaching, coach education programmes and football experiences for the club's commercial partners.
Since we began in 1999, we have created and delivered and a full range of football activities for over 500,000 participants.
These participants range from boys, girls and coaches from the grassroots, academy and national game to club partner customers, staff and clients, from across the UK and over 90 different countries. We operate in over 250 towns and cities, in 65 countries.
This unique experience of adapting to and learning from each individual, as well as their different cultures, climates and environments, helps us to inspire all participants to enjoy learning, playing and coaching football through the Manchester United story and creates a platform for our partners to engage with them.
Throughout the club’s rich history to the modern day, the many examples of pioneering attitude, teamwork, skill, strength, never giving in and coming back from defeats, combined with listening and learning from the many passionate and inspirational people we meet on our travels, gives us many positive messages and coaching methods to pass on to young people and coaches, to inspire them to try their best, to learn and develop and, most of all, enjoy the game.
A MESSAGE FROM BRYAN ROBSON
“Few clubs in football are as devoted to the development of young footballers as Manchester United.
“From the Busby Babes in the 1950s to the Class of '92, to our current first-team squad, you see our commitment to giving youth a chance, with the likes of Marcus Rashford, Scott McTominay and Anthony Elanga amongst those progressing from the junior ranks to senior level.
Bryan Robson, Manchester United legend and club ambassador
“As a club we're committed to never giving up in the pursuit of success and playing exciting, winning football, based on a tradition that goes back to the days of Sir Matt Busby, revived by Sir Alex Ferguson and continued today.
“Whether in our first team, Academy or at one of our many Manchester United Soccer Schools activities across the UK and throughout the world, we believe that youngsters should be given the freedom to express themselves and enjoy their football.
“We want to help players improve but also to play with smiles on their faces.”