How to watch Legends of the North
Old Trafford stages our Legends of the North match on Saturday - and you can watch it live on MUTV.
Ex-United and former Liverpool stars will renew old rivalries to determine who takes home bragging rights; all while raising money for Manchester United Foundation.
Ahead what's sure to be a great spectacle, find out how you can follow the 15:00 BST kick-off...
HOW TO WATCH
MUTV, now available on ManUtd.com and in the Manchester United App, will be streaming Legends of the North live all over the world. Pre-match coverage will begin at 14:00 BST, and kick-off is scheduled for an hour later.
We'll also have live updates and photos, followed by a match report and interviews after the final whistle.
United’s squad was announced last Thursday, with manager Bryan Robson having an abundance of talent to choose from. Legendary striker Andy Cole has been named as Robson’s assistant manager ahead of the clash.
Dimitar Berbatov and Jaap Stam are just two of the ex-United superstars that Robson will have at his disposal, as the Reds strive to earn victory in front of our home fans.
Paul Scholes, Dwight Yorke and Diego Forlan have, unfortunately, had to withdraw.
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Sir Kenny Dalglish will be in the opposition dugout, and has 22 ex-Liverpool players to pick from.
Jamie Carragher is one of the stand-out names on the Merseysiders' squad list, especially given his friendly rivalry with Neville. Steve McManaman, Jermaine Pennant and Dirk Kuyt will also be part of the visitors' squad.
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Jamie Carragher is among the 22 players Sir Kenny Dalglish can select from for Saturday's charity game at Old Trafford.
PREVIOUS LEGENDS MATCHES
United have been victorious in two of the last four Legends matches at Old Trafford, with both coming over Bayern Munich sides.
In 2019, 61,175 supporters turned out to cheer on the Reds in a rematch of the 1999 Champions League final. Precisely 20 years on from that historic night, the same United side that triumphed in Barcelona locked horns with the Bayern team that we pipped to the Champions League trophy.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Dwight Yorke, Nicky Butt, Louis Saha, and David Beckham all scored as the Reds recorded a 5-0 victory over our German counterparts, who fielded a side containing legends such as Lothar Matthaus and Stefan Effenburg.
Reds legends were also victorious over Bayern in 2015, overcoming the German giants 4-2, courtesy of goals from Saha, Yorke, Cole and Jesper Blomqvist.
The two other most recent Legends encounters at Old Trafford have been against iconic Spanish clubs Real Madrid and Barcelona.
Los Blancos’ Legends beat the Reds 2-1 in 2013 with a team containing the likes of Zinedine Zidane, Roberto Carlos and Luis Figo showing their class. Four years later, the ex-Barcelona stars visited Manchester and were held to a 2-2 draw. On that day, Dutch legends Ruud van Nistelrooy and Patrick Kluivert lined up against one another.
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We recall the last four Old Trafford clashes between teams of former players, as the countdown to Saturday continues.
MANCHESTER UNITED FOUNDATION
All proceeds from this fixture are going to Manchester United Foundation, to help with their work in the community.
Manchester United Foundation work with young people across Greater Manchester to make their lives better and to provide them with equal opportunities to succeed.
You can still secure your tickets for an unforgettable experience at the Theatre of Dreams.