What's happening at United this week?
December is in full swing, as the Reds prepare for a busy schedule across the next week, and month.
Erik ten Hag's side will be looking to bounce back from the defeat at Newcastle on Saturday, and welcome Chelsea to Old Trafford on Wednesday before hosting Bournemouth three days later.
Some members of Marc Skinner's United Women will return after the international break, with the Reds facing a trip to Tottenham Hotspur in the Women's Super League.
Ahead of what is set to be a busy seven days at the club, here's our one-stop guide to everything that is happening this week...
As we look ahead to Wednesday's Premier League meeting with Chelsea, get the early team news from both camps.
We will announce the winner of our Goal of the Month fan poll for November, with 10 great efforts in the running for the accolade.
Erik will face the media ahead of Chelsea's midweek visit to Old Trafford, with his full press conference being available to watch on ManUtd.com and in our app. The key stories from his briefing, in particular team news, will also be published.
In the evening, the second part of Ten Hag's press conference will be available to read and watch across our platforms.
Hear from Reds captain Bruno Fernandes, while content featuring United Women's Ella Toone will also be available to enjoy, so keep your eyes peeled.
Ten Hag's Matchday Q&A will be available for fans to both watch and read about across our official platforms, as we countdown to kick off.
Find out what our pundits are predicting for the fixture against Mauricio Pochettino's men, before making your own via our United Predictions game.
At 20:15 GMT on Wednesday evening, our clash with Chelsea will kick-off. It is being streamed on Amazon Prime, while MUTV's Match Day Live show will commence at 19:10 GMT.
Our pre-match show will build up to the fixture, with exclusive predictions and content, while reaction and stats will follow the full-time whistle.
As always, our Match Centre, which you can access on ManUtd.com and in our app, is the primary destination for updates, images and more from Old Trafford during the clash.
Highlights from our match against Chelsea, as well as 90 in 20 and Full 90 versions, will be available to watch on ManUtd.com and in our app.
Attention then swiftly turns to Saturday's fixture against Bournemouth, with an in-depth preview and early team news.
Erik will face the media once more, ahead of the weekend clash with the Cherries. Part one of his press conference will be published during the day on Friday, with the second part to follow in the evening.
Skinner will also speak to journalists on Friday, with United Women travelling to face Tottenham on Sunday evening. Marc's full media briefing will be available to watch across our platforms.
We will also be wishing a Happy Birthday to Reds midfielder Scott McTominay!
Hear from Erik via his customary Matchday Q&A, ahead of United's clash with Bournemouth.
Read what our pundits are predicting for the match, before making your own.
The Reds will take on the Cherries in the Premier League at 15:00 GMT at Old Trafford, with this one not being selected for broadcasting in the UK. We will however be providing radio commentary throughout the 90 minutes.
Our Match Day Live show, on MUTV, will begin at 13:55 GMT, where we will bring you exclusive pre-match predictions before the game and instant reaction following the full-time whistle.
Make sure you keep updated on the action from M16 via our Match Centre, with videos, images, interviews and much more throughout the day. Highlights will be published two hours after full-time, with 90 in 20 and Full 90 versions following at midnight.
Watch extended highlights from Saturday's match against Bournemouth.
United Women take on Tottenham in the WSL at 18:45 GMT. This one has been selected for broadcast on Sky Sports for those in the UK, but if you can't watch the action you can keep updated in the United App with team news, images, and half-time and full-time summaries. Radio commentary is also available throughout the 90 minutes.
A report of the match will also be published after the full-time whistle, with reaction from Skinner and his players to follow.