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United for the Children

As one of the most recognised football clubs in the world, and with the biggest global fanbase, the Covid-19 crisis gives us an opportunity to demonstrate the greatness of the club we all love.

About the United for the Children campaign

We've joined forces with Manchester United Supporters’ Clubs around the world to pledge £240,000 to youth charities. Our aim is to help tackle the social and economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic on young people.

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MUSC Brisbane

“I came over to Australia from Ireland in 2007 and the biggest thing I missed from home was watching United and going to Old Trafford.”

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MUSC Dungannon

The idea for the Dungannon Supporters’ Club was borne at the 1976 FA Cup final when secretary Ian Hall, inspired by the success of the Maltese Supporters’ Club, thought, “Why can’t we have one in Northern Ireland?”

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MUSC France

“When I was born in 1985 my Dad wrapped me up in the ‘85 FA Cup shirt so from then on I was just a United fan!” Geoffroy Fisher, Secretary of MUSC France, is not exaggerating when he says he’s been a United fan all his life.

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MUSC Lancaster

For two young members of the Lancaster Supporters’ Branch the opportunity to take on the United for the Children fundraising challenge was a welcome distraction. Season ticket holders Rory, 14, and Elliot, 16, made the decision to complete a gruelling 65-mile off-road cycle from Lancaster to Old Trafford.

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MUSC Malta

The Manchester United Malta Supporters’ Club is the longest serving Supporters’ Club with over 61 years of devoted service to the Red Devils. The group has over 1,000 members and was formed in 1959, just one year after the Munich Air Disaster.

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The One United USA Supporters’ Club is one of the most pro-active groups of fans in North America. Their membership has grown exponentially over the last 21 years and spreads over 35 local chapters of supporters. Through their activities, large groups of American fans regularly make the trip across the Atlantic to visit the iconic Theatre of Dreams.

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MUSC Pakistan

The MUSC Pakistan branch have donated over £2,000 to their local children’s charity and other good causes across the country.

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