What's happening at United this week?

Monday 06 November 2023 08:00

There are a total of five fixtures across Manchester United's teams over the course of the next seven days.

The busy schedule is showing no signs of letting up, as Erik ten Hag's side return to Champions League action on Wednesday, away to FC Copenhagen, before hosting Luton Town in the Premier League on Saturday.

Marc Skinner's United Women also have a midweek match, in the League Cup against Everton, before Sunday's Women's Super League fixture against West Ham.

Our Under-18s are in action on Saturday, completing a packed week of fixtures for the club. Read our full breakdown of the next seven days below...

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Marc Skinner's side come from behind twice to secure a point away from home.


We begin the week by reacting to United Women's dramatic 2-2 draw at Brighton, with post-match interviews and highlights.

Attention quickly turns to the men's trip to Copenhagen on Wednesday, as we look at the early team news from both sides and an in-depth preview on how you can follow the Champions League clash in Denmark.

Today, 6 November, is also the date on which British football's most successful manager was appointed at Old Trafford in 1986. Happy anniversary, Sir Alex Ferguson!


Ahead of Wednesday's match in Copenhagen, United will train at Carrington before travelling to Denmark. The first part of the training session will be streamed live, before our travelling squad is announced.

After arriving in Scandinavia, Ten Hag and a first-team player will answer questions in their pre-match press conference. The media briefing will be broadcast live on ManUtd.com and in our app, with the key stories and team news published across our platforms. You will also be able to watch the briefing in full, on demand.

Many happy returns to United legends Rio Ferdinand and David De Gea, who both celebrate their birthdays on Tuesday.


Before United's Champions League match against FC Copenhagen, watch and read Erik's Matchday Q&A on ManUtd.com and in our app.

The Reds' Under-19s will take on our hosts' youth side in the UEFA Youth League, in a match that will be streamed across our platforms. Kick-off is set for 15:00 GMT and we will also provide updates in our app, as well as a match summary following the full-time whistle.

In the evening, Ten Hag's side take on FC Copenhagen in the Champions League group stage. The match, which takes place at 20:00 GMT, will be shown live on TNT Sports in the UK.

ManUtd.com and the United App app are the go-to destinations for pre-match content, including exclusive interviews, predictions and more. Our Match Day Live show will begin on MUTV at 18:55 GMT.

During the game, fans can follow live radio commentary and text updates in our app. After full-time, you can expect comprehensive reaction from the Danish capital.

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Reaction to Wednesday's fixture will continue into Thursday, with highlights, interviews and match features.

We will also begin to look ahead to Saturday's Premier League match against Luton Town at Old Trafford, with previews and early team news.

In the evening, United Women return to action, this time in the Continental Tyres League Cup. The Reds host Everton at Leigh Sports Village, and tickets are available online.

This game (19:00 GMT kick-off) will be shown live on MUTV, with updates also being posted in our app. Following the final whistle, stay tuned across our platforms for a match report, as well as post-match interviews and reaction.


Extended highlights from Wednesday's Champions League match in Copenhagen will be available to view.

Ahead of United's clash with Luton Town on Saturday, Ten Hag will conduct his pre-match press conference. An on-demand video of the event will be published on ManUtd.com and in our app, while the key stories and team news will also be available to read. The second part of Erik's media briefing will be available at 22:30 GMT.

In advance of United Women's WSL match against West Ham on Sunday, manager Skinner will also field the media's questions.

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Ten Hag's Matchday Q&A will be published, ahead of our home match against Luton.

Our Under-18s travel to Blackburn for a game that will be shown live on ManUtd.com and in our app. Kick-off is at 11:00 GMT.

At 15:00 GMT, United host Luton at Old Trafford in the Premier League. This is not being broadcast live in the UK but pre-match build-up and post-match analysis will be available via our Match Day Live show on MUTV. It will begin at 13:55 GMT.

You can listen to live radio commentary throughout the 90 minutes, while text updates, images and stats will also be posted in our Match Centre on ManUtd.com and in our app during the game. Video highlights will follow from two hours after the full-time whistle.


On Remembrance Sunday, we will remember those who lost their lives in armed conflict, including players from our Newton Heath and early Manchester United teams.

Reaction to our match against Luton will continue, with 20-minute and 90-minute videos available to watch.

United Women round off the week for us, with a WSL game against West Ham at Leigh Sports Village. Tickets are still available online for this fixture, and for Old Trafford's first-ever Manchester derby in the WSL.

The match, which kicks off at 12:00 GMT, is being shown live on the FA Player, while half-time and full-time updates and live radio commentary will be available in our app. Following the game's conclusion, a match report and reaction will be published across our platforms.