United Women v Everton at Old Trafford

Friday 18 March 2022 10:03

Manchester United Women are set to play a historic first game in front of the club's fans at Old Trafford, and you can be there when they make history.

The Reds will play Everton in a WSL fixture scheduled for Mother's Day, Sunday 27 March 2022 at 12:30 BST.

The women’s team first played at the Theatre of Dreams during the 2020/21 WSL campaign in a 2-0 win against West Ham United. The match was played behind closed doors, but the return of fans this season will give supporters the opportunity to see Marc Skinner’s team in action for the first time at Old Trafford.

Don't miss out on this fantastic first for MU Women, book your tickets now.

United Women will take on Everton at Old Trafford.


Tickets for this fixture are just £6 for adults and £3 for fans aged under 16 or over 65. This is a great opportunity to bring the whole family to see top-flight football at Old Trafford for a great price. Buy online now at manutd.com/tickets.

Hospitality packages start from just £15 per person in The International, including a burger, suite access and a padded seat to enjoy the action from. Alternatively why not enjoy an upgrade to the Manchester Suite for just £65 per person, including a two-course meal, suite access and a padded seat on the half way line to make sure you don't miss a moment of the action. Buy online now and treat your family to hospitality at Old Trafford.


As well as being a great chance to bring the family to Old Trafford, there's plenty to keep them entertained while they're here.

With a fan park full of family friendly entertainment, and the Megastore open to pick up your Katie Zelem or Ella Toone shirt, it's set to be a great day out.
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Highlights: Everton 1 United Women 1

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Manchester United Women have already faced Everton twice this season, both away from home – a closely fought 1-1 draw in the WSL in November, followed by an impressive 2-0 United win in the Continental Tyres League Cup just before Christmas.

Last season saw the Toffees finish fifth in the WSL, one place behind United, and they’ve since made some eye-catching signings, including the addition of experienced forward Toni Duggan, as well as Scottish international striker Claire Emslie. The Merseyside club are still chasing a top-half finish this season, while the pursuit for a Champions League spot continues for Skinner's Reds, and with this Old Trafford fixture taking place in the final few weeks of the campaign, it could be a crucial 90 minutes for both teams.