Football clubs in the National League are due to vote this week which could see season ended early for the
Northern Premier League clubs in Greater Manchester have faced a year like no other in 2020 but help could soon
Community Business Weekend: FC United of Manchester ‘a place of sanctuary’ with tangible social benefits
FC United of Manchester believe the community-run club provide a beacon of hope in a world of footballing rapacity and growing foreign riches.
‘My way of giving back’: Former footballer gives old Manchester kits new lease of life by shipping them to Africa
Former Nigerian international footballer Chuks Akuneto is giving a new lease of life to unwanted Greater Manchester junior football kits – by shipping them to Africa.
Following a difficult season on the pitch and a summer of infighting and resignations off it, FC United have elected a new board and the mood at Broadhurst Park is improving.
‘We share the same ethos as FC United’: Fan owned club’s inception to be dramatised by Manchester theatre group
Cristiano Ronaldo may have mastered the art of play-acting on the field, but that’s where the similarities between football and theatre usually stop.
‘The turning point for everybody’: FC United board to step down at EGM after ‘awful couple of weeks’
FC United of Manchester have called an Extraordinary General Meeting at which all current board members will stand down, either permanently or to seek re-election, as the club seeks to make a fresh start after months of unrest.
FC United of Manchester supporters have issued a call to arms to encourage fellow fans to vote at the club’s general meeting this Sunday in a bid to improve democracy at the supporter-owned club.
FC United of Manchester’s manager has thanked the club’s fans for their support as his team look to put last week’s trouncing away at Harrogate behind them.
FC United are asking fans to help them raise £15,000 to convert a disused cabin into new facilities for their academy players.
The FA Cup first round kick-starts in earnest tonight with Salford City the first of four Manchester non-league sides out to cause an upset against Football League opponents.