Coronavirus: A guide for Manchester United fans and visitors

FIXTURESThe Premier League and the FA have announced that all games are to be suspended until at least Friday 3 April, and UEFA has also suspended the next round of games in the Europa League. It is the football authorities’ aim to reschedule the displaced fixtures after 4 April, subject to medical advice and conditions at the time.

New dates for our postponed games, and any decision about games subsequent to the current postponement period, will be confirmed as soon as possible, based on discussions with the governing bodies and any further guidance from the UK government.

It is currently planned that the postponements will allow the games to eventually go ahead with supporters in attendance, in which case existing tickets would remain valid. Further information on this will be provided to supporters as soon as more details are known.

First-team matches
The following matches have been postponed:
Tottenham Hotspur v United, Premier League, Sunday 15 March
United v LASK, UEFA Europa League, Thursday 19 March
Norwich City v United, Emirates FA Cup, Sunday 22 March

The planned UEFA Europa League draw on 20 March has also been postponed.

Further ticketing information: Home games | Away games

The following matches have also all been postponed:

Women’s matches
United v West Ham United, Women’s Super League, Sunday 22 March
Birmingham City v United, Women’s Super League, Wednesday 25 March
United v Manchester City, Women’s Super League, Saturday 28 March

Under-23 matches
United v Middlesbrough, Premier League 2, Monday 16 March 

Under-18 matches
United v Newcastle United, U18 Premier League North, Saturday 14 March
Chelsea v United, FA Youth Cup, Saturday 21 March

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