What’s happening at United this week?

Sunday 10 April 2022 10:00

Manchester United's first-team and Under-18s are both in action this week, while the women's international break continues.

The U18s host Wolves on Tuesday evening (17:45 BST) while the first team take on Norwich on Saturday afternoon, with both the Under-23s and United Women having fixture-less weeks, the latter due to the ongoing international break.

Here is everything you need to know about the next seven days at United…

U18s highlights: United v Sunderland Video

U18s highlights: United v Sunderland

U18s match highlights: Goals and reaction from Tuesday's Carrington fixture...


We'll be announcing the next five United players to feature in our upcoming Legends match against Liverpool. The 21 May fixture at Old Trafford will raise funds for the Manchester United Foundation. You can buy your tickets here.

Bryan Robson will manage the side, assisted on the touchline by Andrew Cole. Players already named include Diego Forlan, famous for his double at Anfield, as well as Patrice Evra, John O'Shea, Mikael Silvestre and Karel Poborsky. Five more exciting games join the list on Monday morning, so keep your eye on ManUtd.com and the United app for more details.


United Under-18s are in action on Tuesday, hosting Wolves in the U18 Premier League. Kick-off is at 17:45 BST and you can watch the match live on MUTV, where coverage starts 15 minutes before.

You can also keep up to date with the key moments on the United app and website, where team news, half-time and full-time updates will be posted.

On this day in 1992, United lifted the League Cup for the first time, with Brian McClair scoring the only goal in our 1-0 win over Nottingham Forest.


There are no fixtures for any of our sides, but we'll begin looking forward to the first team's Saturday home game against Norwich City. The Canaries also have no midweek fixture, but played a day later than us, taking on Burnley on Sunday.

Highlights: Arsenal 1 United 2 (1999) Video

Highlights: Arsenal 1 United 2 (1999)

It's 23 years since THAT Giggs goal against Arsenal. Relive arguably the greatest game ever played on English soil...


Thursday marks the date of our 1999 FA Cup semi-final replay against Arsenal. This fixture will always be remembered for that unforgettable Ryan Giggs solo goal.

On this day in 2001, United were confirmed as champions of the Premier League, becoming the first team to win three consecutive top-flight crowns since the 1983/84 season.


Friday marks 33 years since the Hillsborough disaster, which led to the deaths of 97 Liverpool fans. Those who lost their lives, and those whose lives were and remain affected by the events of that tragic day, will be remembered.

Also on Good Friday, Ralf Rangnick will deliver his press conference ahead of Saturday’s Premier League match against Norwich

You can follow the media briefing and the latest comments from the manager on ManUtd.com, on the United app and on MUTV.

Current United goalkeeper Tom Heaton is celebrating his 36th birthday on Friday. Happy birthday Tom!

On this day in 2009, Cristiano Ronaldo scored a rocket away to Porto in the Champions League, earning United a valuable 1-0 win. The goal in question went on to win the inaugural Puskas award for the goal of the season, which is now recognised internationally as a stellar accolade.



The Reds are in Premier League action on Saturday, hosting Norwich at Old Trafford at 15:00 BST.

This fixture is not being broadcast on TV in the UK, but you can follow matchday coverage across all our official platforms. MUTV's coverage will begin at 13:55 BST.


Easter Sunday sees United Women midfielder Kirsty Hanson turn 24, and we will all be wishing Kirsty many happy returns.

United Women confirmed their promotion from the Championship into the WSL on this day in 2019. The Reds now find themselves battling for Champions League football, with their first game back after the international break against Aston Villa on 24 April.