International Women's Day: United's game changers

Tuesday 08 March 2022 11:00

Today is International Women’s Day – a day when the world comes together to celebrate the achievements of girls and women everywhere.

At Manchester United, women are playing an ever more important role in the life of the football club, from staff members to women players, to our millions of female fans across the globe. 

Through the club’s ‘Change the Game’ campaign, we today celebrate the women who are helping drive gender diversity across Manchester United and transforming attitudes to women in football – on and off the pitch. 

The ‘Game Changers’ – ranging from senior leaders to those just starting their careers at the club – feature in an inspirational video talking about their roles in driving positive change.
Meet our game changers Video

Meet our game changers

On #IWD2022, let's meet some of the inspirational women who work for the Reds...

The entire club and our ‘Game Changers’ are continually pushing the boundaries to improve the environment for women in sport, whilst providing a platform to inspire the next generation of players and administrators to do the same. 

Over the next month, we will be hearing more from some of our ‘Game Changers’, as well as from female fans, on what inspires and motivates them. We will also be celebrating the important contribution made by women throughout the club’s history and setting out a vision for the key role women will play in shaping the future of Manchester United.


Later this month, on Sunday 27 March, Manchester United Women will play in front of fans at Old Trafford for the very first time.

Our Women's Super League match against Everton (kick-off 12:30 BST) will be staged at the Theatre of Dreams exactly one year after the team's previous game there - a thrilling 2-0 win over West Ham United during lockdown.

Tickets for this historic occasion are available to buy now from