What's happening this week at United?

Monday 08 May 2023 12:00

There is action penned for both our men's and women's teams in the next seven days at Manchester United, as Marc Skinner's side prepare for the Vitality Women's FA Cup final.

Erik ten Hag's side will host Wolves on Saturday afternoon at Old Trafford, while United Women will take part in our first-ever Women's FA Cup final, at Wembley against Chelsea the very next day.

As well as those fixtures, we have many specials events and anniversaries to commemorate, so scroll down to read our seven day guide to everything happening at the club this week...
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Yet another Bank Holiday arrives and gives us a chance to remember ten years to that day Sir Alex Ferguson announced his retirement from football. On 8 May 1994 Bryan Robson played his last game for the Reds.

There will also be further reaction to United Women's 3-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday, with post-match interviews from Skinner and his players.


The latest episode of our UTD Podcast will be launched at 17:00 BST, with stalwart centre-back and former United skipper Steve Bruce confirmed as the next guest in the hot seat. Be sure to stay tuned across our official platforms, as he reflects on his career and reveals some rarely told stories along the way.

You will also be able to watch the latest edition of The Debate, where journalists and ex-Reds debate the hot topics at United, and look ahead to our upcoming clash with Wolves.


We will continue to build towards both Saturday's Premier League fixture and Sunday's Women's FA Cup final.

Training images of Ten Hag's side will be published, along with early team news, while further previews for Skinner's side's clash with Chelsea will be available to enjoy too. 


It's a hat-trick of final games to remember on Thursday, as Eric Cantona (1997), Denis Irwin (2002) and David Beckham (2003) all played their last matches for United.

Andrei Kanchelskis made his debut back in 1991, whilst our defensive duo of Rio Ferdinand and Nemanja Vidic played their last game together in 2014.

Keep your eyes peeled for further build-up to the weekend's action, too.


Ten Hag is due to speak to the media on Friday ahead of our clash with Wolves on Saturday, and you can stay right up to date with all the latest updates via ManUtd.com and the Official App. You will be able to watch the press conference on our official platforms, while the key stories and highlights will be available to read about.

Friday also marks 10 years since Sir Alex's final home game as United boss and we will bring you all the action from our 2-1 win over Swansea, which saw United crowned Premier League champions for a 20th time.

Seven years since Sir Alex's farewell


Season-ticket holder Joe Ganley recalls how he felt on 12 May 2013 when Sir Alex's final home game was played.


You will be able to watch and read Erik’s Matchday Q&A from 07:00 BST, ahead of our clash with Wolves.

Old Trafford will then come alive ahead of our 15:00 BST kick-off, with that game not set to broadcast live in the UK.

You can, however, see exclusive pre-match insight and post-match analysis via MUTV’s Match Day Live show, either side of live radio commentary of the 90 minutes. The programme begins at 13:55 BST, with updates and stats also available in our Match Centre – accessible on ManUtd.com and in our app.

Highlights of the match will be available two hours after the full-time whistle. Extended versions will be published at midnight.


FA Cup final day arrives for United Women, as they take on Chelsea in the capital, bidding to win the trophy for the very first time. Kick-off is at 14:30 BST and the game is set be shown live on BBC One for UK viewers.

Our coverage begins on MUTV at 13:00 with the Match Day Live show, and radio commentary will follow throughout the duration of the fixture. Our half-time show then follows before our post-match show and Matchday Review commence following the final whistle. Reaction and all the updates will then follow in the United App and via ManUtd.com.