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If you would like to know some more information regarding Manchester United Football Club, please browse our useful facts summary below:

The football stadium is called “Old Trafford”.

The total capacity of the Football ground is 75,635.

The record Goal Scorer for Manchester UTD is Bobby Charlton who scored 249 goals.

The local derby team is Manchester City.

The next best derby, from a fans point of view is with Liverpool.

The Official League is the English Premier League.

Manchester United Football Club was formed in 1878 as Newton Heath LYR, this was later renamed.

The Twitter account for Manchester United can be found here

The Official Manchester United Website.

Follow Manchester UTD on Google + here

Also available to follow on the Official MUFC Instagram page as well as the MUFC Pinterest page.

If you would like to learn more about Manchester or are planning to visit the stadium, we highly recommend visiting this Visit Manchester Tourist Guide website.

Why not visit the Official Manchester United Facebook page.

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Why not stay up to date with the latest and freshest news from Manchester United FC with the news feed below:

Tottenham should sack Antonio Conte NOW after bringing the club into disrepute, writes SIMON JORDAN
SIMON JORDAN: In one outlandish, outrageous and staggeringly devoid of self-awareness post-match interview, we seemingly witnessed the attempted assassination of a football club. By its own manager.

England: Maguire a mediocre centre half dropped by his first elite boss, says Simon Jordan
SIMON JORDAN: Harry Maguire, a mediocre centre half who is being picked by a man who knows all about being a mediocre centre half, will again be on England's team sheet on Thursday.

Leeds star Wilfried Gnonto makes Old Trafford admission after scoring vs Manchester United
Wilfried Gnonto scored the opening goal for Leeds as they drew 2-2 with Man United at Old Trafford in February.

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