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Manchester United Football Club (AKA MAN U) is the most successful British football club, ever, and some will say, the most successful club in the world entire. Man-U is part of the Top Division football league in England since 1938 (With only one season out of it, since) and probably the most popular of the British football clubs both in the UK and abroad. Old Trafford, Manchester United’s stadium in Greater Manchester, was labelled “the Theatre of Dreams” and is in the focus of many football fans’ fantasies. Manchester United FC is in peak condition for the past 20+ years, thanks to the rule and directorship of Sir Alex Ferguson, the legendary manager of the Manchester United club (since 1986). The Manchester United club was established in 1892. Its residence in Old Trafford stadium started in 1910.

In its long history Manchester United won 18 First Division+League titles (11 of them Premier League titles) 11 FA Cups and 13 Community Shield winnings and an extra 4 shared with other football clubs. On the international field Manchester United won titles at European Cup and UEFA Champions League (3 times), Intercontinental Cup (at 1999), FIFA Club World Cup (2008) and even won three titles in one season, the 1998 season, when Manchester United won the League, FA Cup and European Cup. In 1968, Manchester United became the first English club to reach the final of the European Cup where Man U met and defeated the Portuguese Benefica S.L. Almost all international titles since then were won under Ferguson’s management. Manchester United was both British champion and UEFA Champion for the 2008-2009 season.

Among its better known players in Manchester United’s squad are the Goal Keeper Van der Sar, Defender Gary Neville (also the Captain), Forwards Wayne Rooney and Midfielder Ryan Giggs (Vice Captain). But when considering the legend, the myth, the Manchester United dream of titles and riches, of fans and songs, it is the spirit of Sir Alex Ferguson that comes to mind.

A few words must be spared for the stadium in Trafford, labelled “the Theatre of Dreams” (as also is marked on the sleeves of the Man U shirts.). Home of the most successful club in Britain, Manchester United, Old Trafford holds a capacity of 76,000 seats, and is second largest football stadium in the UK, after Wembley Stadium. Manchester United left the stadium only for a brief 8 years during World War II when it was bombed. The stadium went under several expansions to cope with the growing demand for seats. The stadium is used from time to time as a venue for international fixtures and serves as neutral ground for matches such as FA Cup semi finals. Besides hosting top football events Old Trafford is also used as a Rugby field for major events.

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