Welcome to the new Manchester United website
Welcome to Manchester United’s new official website!
We want to reach and involve all our fans around the world with our new website, so at each stage we’ve asked for input and feedback from supporters. It’s really important that we represent what supporters find most interesting, entertaining and useful from the official club site.
You may have already offered feedback during our research or beta phases, which has been absolutely invaluable to improving the overall experience. We want you to continue providing feedback even though the website has now been launched.
How can I get involved?
What's happened to my account and password on the new website?
Changing the website you can see meant we had to change some of the systems underpinning it that you can't see. This included the login and registration system, which as well as being new, we have made more secure. If you have visited ManUtd.com recently to buy tickets, you may have been prompted to create a new password when you logged in. If your account details are not recognised when you try to log in, try using the 'forgot password' link. If your email address is not found, then please sign up for a new account.
So, tell me... what's new?
Firstly, we've simplified the navigation - our menu is less cluttered; sections and information are easier to find; and we have a more powerful search tool.
In terms of looks, simplicity and elegance were key principles. One of the great things about Manchester United is the fantastic imagery we’re blessed with – we’ve got one of world sport’s most famous stages, Old Trafford, graced by many of the game’s finest players, past and present... and we boast the best fans in the world. So all that colour, all that passion is at the heart of the way our website looks.
Videos are also central to the content we offer - our dedicated team of video editors and reporters will keep you entertained for hours. Meanwhile, our news reporting continues to be second to none - we’re first with the official word on signings, team news, and views from the manager and players.
Then onto the real action: the matches. Get the latest fixtures, scores and tables - all updated live and in real-time - and not just United’s. Keep track of our rivals with live updates for all teams in all competitions we’re playing in. You won’t miss a kick!
Then there’s United matchdays. Our usual live coverage has been given a major makeover. Our reporters are still following the team home and away anywhere in the world, but we’re offering so much more now: up-to-the-minute in-game stats, fan polls, opinion from our reporters and expert pundits, live images and much more.
Our website is for every single one of our fans, everywhere. We've taken significant steps to make our website accessible to all users, following industry standards and guidelines. As with all areas of our website, we welcome feedback on any issues faced accessing the site or its content.
As well as our English language site, we continue to reach our many fans around the world with Chinese, Japanese, Korean, French, Spanish and Arabic versions, with dedicated teams bringing you the latest news, videos and player and match updates.
We hope you enjoy the new website, and we look forward to hearing your feedback!
The Manchester United Digital Team