What's happening at United this week?
The next seven days will see the first team, United Women and the Under-18s all in action, along with a notable Manchester United Foundation landmark and a host of birthdays.
The Reds host Tottenham Hotspur at Old Trafford on Saturday in another vital clash in the pursuit of a top-four place, while United Women visit Reading in the WSL.
It is also a huge week for United Under-18s, as Travis Binnion’s side take on Wolverhampton Wanderers in the semi-final of the FA Youth Cup on Wednesday, before travelling to Liverpool for an Under-18s Premier League fixture on Saturday.
In addition, International Women’s Day and several birthdays and anniversaries will be celebrated across the week.
Here is how the next seven days look for United…
The Reds will be looking to put the derby-day defeat behind us and get a good week's preparation in ahead of Spurs.
Mary Earps turns 29 at the beginning of the week, and we would like to wish the United Women goalkeeper a very happy birthday!
Tuesday marks International Women’s Day, and our United Women players and all female staff within the club will be celebrated on this day.
It will be two years since the Reds defeated Manchester City 2-0 at Old Trafford in the Premier League, with Anthony Martial and Scott McTominay among the goals in a memorable occasion just before the Covid-19 pandemic took hold of the country.
The Under-18s will play the FA Youth Cup semi-final against Wolves on Wednesday evening. The match is scheduled to kick off at 19:00 GMT at Old Trafford. Tickets are now sold out, but you can follow the action across our official platforms, including live coverage on MUTV.
On this day in 1966, United recorded an impressive 5-1 away victory over Benfica in the European Cup quarter-final, with George Best dubbed El Beatle in the press afterwards.
Our build-up towards Sunday’s Manchester United Foundation 15-year anniversary begins in earnest. Check out our website and the United App for content!
Ahead of Saturday’s Premier League match against Tottenham, Ralf Rangnick is set to host his press conference on Friday, with reporters back in attendance in person at Carrington.
You can follow the media briefing and the latest comments from the manager on ManUtd.com, in the United App and on MUTV.
The Reds host Tottenham at Old Trafford on Saturday teatime, with kick-off set for 17:30 GMT.
The fixture is being broadcast on Sky Sports in the UK but, as usual, you can also follow matchday coverage across all our official platforms.
Also on Saturday, United Women travel to Reading for a WSL clash (11:30 GMT), while the Under-18s are away to Liverpool in the league (11:00 GMT).
On this day in 2003, current technical director Darren Fletcher made his United debut, beginning his decorated career under Sir Alex Ferguson.
Both Dean Henderson (25) and Ivana Ferreira Fuso (21) celebrate their birthdays on Saturday, and we would like to wish the pair many happy returns.
This is also the date when United legend Roy Keane scored his final goal for the Reds back in 2005.
Manchester United Foundation celebrates its 15-year anniversary at the end of the week. We will champion the huge impact it has had on many people's lives since its inception in 2007.
We would like to wish midfielder James Garner, currently enjoying a successful loan at Nottingham Forest, a very happy 21st birthday.
Sunday also marks two years since the date when Premier League, FA Cup, WSL and Academy games were halted due to the coronavirus pandemic in 2020.