Dates for the rest of your 2020 diary
A clearer picture is emerging of the proposed schedule for Manchester United's 2020/21 season.
Although our latest campaign only finished last Sunday night, things will soon be under way again as the authorities deal with the issues facing the world since the outbreak of COVID-19.
Of course, all of the plans are subject to change and progress in any of the competitions is not assured for the Reds, but fans may be interested to see how the shell of the first part of the campaign is looking before 2020 is out.
With the Premier League fixtures now released, obviously without confirmed dates, this is the current outlook for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his team...
Your ultimate guide to fixtures dayVideo
12: Premier League due to start this weekend.
Burnley v United has been postponed, date TBC
16: Likely Carabao Cup third-round draw.
19: Premier League - Crystal Palace (H)
22/23: Carabao Cup third round.
26: Premier League - Brighton (A).
29/30: Carabao Cup fourth round.
1: Champions League group-stage draw in Athens.
3: Premier League - Tottenham (H).
5: International transfer window ends.
16: Domestic transfer window ends (allowing trades between Premier League and EFL clubs only).
17: Premier League - Newcastle (A).
20/21: Champions League.
24: Premier League - Chelsea (H).
27/28: Champions League.
31: Premier League - Arsenal (H).
3/4: Champions League.
7: Premier League - Everton (A).
21: Premier League - West Brom (H).
24/25: Champions League.
28: Premier League - Southampton (A).
30: Possible FA Cup third-round draw date.
1/2: Champions League.
5: Premier League - West Ham (A).
8/9: Champions League.
12: Premier League - Man City (H).
14: Champions League round-of-16 draw.
15: Premier League - Sheffield United (A).
19: Premier League - Leeds (H)
22/23: Carabao Cup quarter-finals.
26: Premier League - Leicester (A).
28: Premier League - Wolves (H)
All dates are subject to change.
Get ready for next season. Our 2020/21 home and away kits are available now from United Direct.