2018 Manchester United FC Schedule
Manchester United are taking the United States by storm this summer! Once the world's biggest sporting event concludes in Brazil this summer, Manchester United and other great football clubs will participate in the International Champions Cup! Don't miss your rare opportunity to see Man U in the United States -- buy your International Champions Cup tickets today! Manchester United USA Schedule Announced!
Soccer tickets buyers in the USA are lucky this summer, 2018, as Manchester United US tour tickets are on sale and moving faster than a world-class winger! The Man United USA schedule 2018 is out and if you are a big fan of the Red Devils you'll want to be in the front row so you can see those heroes do their thing. Brace yourself for the likes of Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes, Antonio Valencia, Dimitar Berbatov, Darren Fletcher and the Da Silva twins, as they perform some of the best soccer on the planet! Manchester United in America is a wonderful thing, but it only comes round every few years - until now!
The Manchester United 2018 US tour is official, and American soccer nuts are clamoring for those Man U tickets! The Man United schedule will see the Red Devils play five games against MLS and European opposition. The first game on the tour will be United vs. New England Revolution on July 13 at Gillette Stadium. They then go on to face Seattle Sounders at Qwest Field on July 20, and will play in front of thousands of roaring Sounders fans - though there will be many Man U fans there, too, you can be assured. The next game on the tour is against Chicago Fire at Soldier Field, always a great place to see a sporting event. Man U tickets will be changing hands for all kinds of money, and the Man United vs. Barcelona game at FedEx Field in Washington DC on July 30 will be one of the biggest soccer spectacles on American soil in quite a while. Will we see the likes of Lionel Messi and Wayne Rooney battling it out before our very eyes? That is going to be very awesome. Manchester United vs. Barcelona 2011 tickets for a game played in the capital of the USA!
Last year's Manchester United tour of the USA culminated in a top evening of soccer, when United played the MLS All-Stars in Houston. The score was 5-2 to the Red Devils, and the teams played in front of a sellout crowd of over 70 thousand. It was an eye-opening illustration to the United players (and to watching English soccer fans) just how much soccer means to America. The MLS All-Star Game this year will once again feature Manchester United, this time at the new Red Bull Stadium in New Jersey. Man U vs. the MLS All-Stars will be the final game of the US tour, and tickets will be hard to find. Check out our Man United tickets here, and make sure you're there in the stands when the Red Devils come to your region!
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England's Premier League is the oldest in the world, and many epic battles between the world's top soccer teams have occurred on these green and pleasant football pitches. Teams such as Chelsea, Arsenal, and the mighty Liverpool, have all made their claims for supremacy in recent years, but it has been United who have dominated. From humble beginnings, the club rose to global prominence, with an estimated 50 million Manchester United ticket-hungry supporters worldwide.
About Manchester United FC
Manchester United Football Club began life in 1878 as a humble group of workmen from the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway depot at Newton Heath, in the then grimy north of the city. The team wore green and gold uniforms, and played on a small, semi-cinder "croft", not even a real field. In the early 20th century, Newton Heath, as the club was originally known, almost went into liquidation, and they hung on by the skin of their teeth through some rough years. In the nick of time, Newton Heath received urgently needed cash injections from local business, and they decided to rename themselves to mark this capitalist aided transformation. Manchester United was born amid the caustic grey of England's industrial heartland, and like a holy thing sprung from the furnaces of a William Blake poem, the shining boys in red and white took the soccer world by storm.
United have enjoyed many triumphs and the club is possibly the best-loved in the world. Numerous FA Cups, Premier League Championships, and European silverware have glittered in the Old Trafford trophy cabinet, and the legions of crazy fans have swelled beyond belief. More recently, manager Sir Alex Ferguson has brought a new glamour to the club, with the addition of many world-class soccer players and extensive reconstruction to their space-age stadium, known as The Theater of Dreams.