How to watch and follow United v Copenhagen

Monday 23 October 2023 11:23

Manchester United return to Champions League action on Tuesday, as we welcome FC Copenhagen to Old Trafford.

The feeling ahead of the match is one of reflection, following the sad news that club legend Sir Bobby Charlton passed away on Saturday.

He will no doubt be honoured and remembered fittingly at the Theatre of Dreams on Tuesday night, on what is set to be a poignant occasion for all involved.

You can find out how to follow the game and more below, as we look to get our first Champions League victory of the campaign.

How to pay your respects to Sir Bobby


Fans can leave tributes for the United legend both online and at Old Trafford.


The match kicks off at 20:00 BST and will be shown live on TNT Sports in the UK.

Across our official platforms, you will find live radio commentary of the clash throughout the 90 minutes, while the Match Day Live show on MUTV will commence at 18:55 BST.

As usual, the Match Centre on and in our app will bring you team news, live updates, stats, images and more.


Casemiro missed our 2-1 win at Sheffield United on Saturday due to an injury he picked up on international duty with Brazil, but is suspended for this fixture anyway, following the red card he picked up in our last Champions League game against Galatasaray.

Raphael Varane returned at Bramall Lane, off the bench, while Sofyan Amrabat recovered from any worries to start, after missing Morocco's international matches last week.

Amad, Kobbie Mainoo, Tyrell Malacia, Lisandro Martinez, Sergio Reguilon, Jadon Sancho, Luke Shaw and Aaron Wan-Bissaka were all absent, although Reguilon trained last week and Erik ten Hag said in his pre-match press conference on Friday that Mainoo "will have some minutes in the team" in the coming weeks.

For the visitors, Birger Meling is a doubt while William Clem and Noah Sahsah are expected to be unavailable. Rasmus Hojlund's brother, Oscar, could be in the squad, as he has been for the Danish side's first two Champions League outings this season.

Ten Hag and the Reds sign book of condolence


Fans around the world are sharing their memories and messages of respect for Sir Bobby and his family.


As mentioned, Oscar Hojlund is expected to be in Copenhagen's squad for the match, while Rasmus's other brother Emil - Oscar's twin - plays for his club's youth team and will be likely to take part in the UEFA Youth League clash against our young Reds, earlier in the day.

Rasmus is the older of the trio and will no doubt be looking to have bragging rights come the end of the evening, against the club he represented as a youngster, and up until 2022.

Fans laud 'exceptional' Sir Bobby Video

Fans laud 'exceptional' Sir Bobby

We caught up with some fans in tonight's away end to find out what Sir Bobby meant to the United family...



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