FC United of Manchester is a community football club owned and democratically run by its
members. Its corporate structure is a Community Benefit Society and membership is open to all, with everyone an equal co-owner, holding one voting share in the club.
On a warm glorious day in Nuneaton, FC United ran out 4-1 victors in their final away game of the 2016-17 season with goals from Sam Sheridan, Jordan Fagbola, Matthew Wolfenden, and George Thomson. Click here for more info.
FC United fans celebrate after reaching community shares target
26 February 2015
Supporters of fan-owned, co-operative football club FC United of Manchester are celebrating today after raising just over £2m from a community share issue to help fund its new football ground and community sports facility in Moston, north Manchester. Click here for more info.
FC United marks International Year of Co-ops by backing call for more fan-ownership
13 January 2012
Community football club FC United of Manchester has added its backing to a statement from all cooperatively-owned football clubs across the UK and Europe highlighting the importance of supporter ownership to the future of football. Click here for more info.
Businesses team up via FC United to offer free mentoring
6 September 2011
Businesses that sponsor FC United of Manchester are teaming up to offer free mentoring to other companies in the region. Click here for more info.
FC United of Manchester becomes KitAid Ambassador club
15 August 2011
KitAid, the sports development charity which provides kit and equipment across the developing world, has recently launched a new Ambassador Club scheme to recognise and partner with different football clubs from every level of the game. Click here for more info.
FC United Start New Season at Bower Fold
1 August 2011
FC United of Manchester will be playing its first home game at Staybridge Celtic’s Bower Fold stadium this season. Click here for more info.
MX Data Signs for FC United as First Club & Community Sponsor
15 July 2011
FC United of Manchester has signed its first main club sponsor - whose CEO is delighted his logo will NOT be appearing on the players’ shirts. Click here for more info.
FC United Submits Planning Application for Community Stadium in Moston
8 July 2011
FC United of Manchester today (Friday) submitted a planning application for a 5,000-capacity community stadium in Moston. Click here for more info.
Club Continues Consultation Over Moston Proposal
9 June 2011
FC United of Manchester is to hold further consultation sessions over its plans to develop a community facility and sports stadium in Moston. Click here for more info.
Pioneering Shares Scheme Breaks the £1Million Mark
20 December 2010
The pioneering Community Shares scheme issued by FC United of Manchester has broken through the £1million mark - less than three months after it was launched. Click here for more info.
FC United Extends Pioneering Community Share Offer
30 November 2010
FC United of Manchester is extending its pioneering Community Shares Scheme offer to the end of February. Click here for more info.
FC United Get Green Light for Newton Heath
25 November 2010
FC United of Manchester has been given planning permission to build its own ground at Ten Acres Lane in Newton Heath - the original birthplace of Manchester United. Click here for more info.
FC United Community Share Investment Tops £0.5m
15 November 2010
Investment in FC United shares has topped the half million pound mark, just six weeks after the community share issue was launched to help raise funds towards the development of a new stadium. Click here for more info.
FC United Aiming for FA Cup First Round on Sunday
20 October 2010
FC United of Manchester is to try for the second time in its five year history to secure a place in the first round proper of the FA Cup. Click here for more info.
FC United of Manchester Reveals Location of Proposed Stadium
25 March 2010
FC United of Manchester has announced plans to develop a football ground in Newton Heath, Manchester - the birthplace of Manchester United. Click here for more info.
FC United urge football supporters to join Beyond the Debt Rally