Manchester United FC club of Vanarama North
If you are a fan of Manchester United FC or just want to know the details about this team. This article is for you. Upon further reading, you are going to know about the team members as well as the stadium of this club. You are also going to know about the women’s team as well.
Manchester United FC, an English football club is a semi-professional club based in Moston, Manchester, and is of the sixth order of the England National League system.
Largest fan-owned club
This club of Vanarama North has one of the largest fan following and yet the highest number of the home attendances in English non-league football.
Though the club is freely run by its members who have equal voting rights and with owning one share in the club each.
Team Members for Manchester United FC
As given by the Vanarama North the first team squad of Manchester United FC as of 4th January 2018 is given below.
- Lloyd Allinson
- Badriano Basso
- Ashley Frith
- Jordan Fagbola
- Joel Senior
- Zac Corbett
- Matty Hughes
- Danny Wisdom
- Sam Baird
- Samuel Tattum
- Scott Kay
- Kieran Glynn
- Joel Logan
- Steven Irwin
- Mike Jones
- Tyrell Palmer
- Jamal Crawford
- Craig Lindfield
- Connor McCarthy
FC United’s women’s team under Conference North have also played their part by earning some achievements a few of them are being highlighted.
1- They competed for the first time from 2012–13 season.
2- Then they finished second in the Greater Manchester Women’s Football League behind Manchester City Ladies.
3- After finishing runners-up again in 2013–14 the team then won a league and cup double in 2015.
4- Then they finished the 2015–16 season runners-up, behind MSB Woolton Ladies.
Badge and Traditional Colors
Vanarama North has separated the colors as home colors, away colors, and third colors for the club, rather keeping them as one.
The Badge of the club
The badge is a combination of different colors which are red, white, black and yellow and is, therefore, a blend of different elements.
1- A ship hence representing the Manchester’s industry.
2- Three stripes representing the three rivers that then flow through Manchester: the Irk, the Irwell, and the Medlock.
According to the Vanarama North, the Manchester United FC club has been playing on the huge grounds of Broadhurst Park since may 2015 which is having a total capacity of 4,400.