What's happening at United this week?
Marc Skinner’s United Women face a top-two clash in the WSL with Arsenal this week, while the first team begin the mid-season break due to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Neither the Under-21s nor the Under-18s are in action across the next seven days, as we reflect on the first portion of the season and look forward to the World Cup curtain-raiser between Qatar and Ecuador on Sunday.
We also have a host of landmark dates, birthdays and anniversaries to celebrate, so here’s your day-by-day guide to everything happening at United this week...
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We start with continued reaction to United’s 2-1 away win over Fulham on Sunday.
Find out how our loanees got on over the weekend with our regular feature, Loan Watch. On Friday night, Amad scored a stunner for Sunderland, while plenty of other Reds were in action for their loan clubs too.
Monday 14 November is the date legendary United manager Jimmy Murphy sadly passed away in 1989. We will always remember the magnificent work he did at our club.
You will be able to vote for our Player of the Month for November, with no further first-team fixtures to be played this month.
Tune in for an exclusive interview with our Head of Women’s football, Polly Bancroft, to hear all about her vision for the future of Marc Skinner’s side and the impact she hopes to have at the club.
The December 2022 edition of our club magazine, Inside United is available to purchase from Tuesday. Featuring exclusive interviews and content from both the men's team and United Women, it's not one to be missed.
Our exclusive MUTV original, The Debate will be available to watch across our official platforms, where former Reds and journalists discuss some of the top United stories.
We start to look ahead to the beginning of the World Cup, and which Reds are involved in this year’s tournament, while also reviewing our season so far.
It is Paul Scholes’s birthday on Wednesday. Happy birthday, Scholesy!
Scott McTominay could feature for Scotland in their international friendly away to Turkiye. Sweden are also in action, after naming Victor Lindelof and Anthony Elanga in their squad, facing Mexico, while tournament qualifiers Argentina, and Lisandro Martinez, have a warm-up contest with UAE.
The countdown to World Cup 2022 continues, with exclusive interviews and stories with United players who will be featuring in Qatar.
We wish many happy returns to former winger Nani, who celebrates his birthday. Portugal, the country he represented with distinction, have a friendly with Nigeria.
Find out what Marc Skinner and the United Women players have to say ahead of Saturday’s huge WSL clash with Arsenal. Head to ManUtd.com to view and read about Marc’s pre-match press conference as well as exclusive interviews with members of his squad.
We wish a very happy birthday to Peter Schmeichel, whose birthday also falls this week - the last Dane to score for the club before Christian Eriksen netted at Craven Cottage!
United Women travel to the capital to face Arsenal, live on Sky Sports in the UK. Kick-off is at 17:30 GMT, with coverage beginning at 17:15 GMT.
Team news and regular updates for this match will, as usual, be available on the United App and via ManUtd.com.
Sweden play again, taking on Algeria in a home friendly.
The whole planet will be watching, as Qatar kick-off the 2022 World Cup against Ecuador at 16:00 GMT.
This match begins a busy period of action, with several Reds representing their nations on the global stage. Best of luck to them all!