Manchester United F.C. Reserves and Academy

Youth team of Manchester United F.C.

Football club
Manchester United F.C. Reserves and Academy
The words "Manchester" and "United" surround a pennant featuring a ship in full sail and a devil holding a trident.
Full nameManchester United Football Club Reserves and Academy
Nickname(s)The Red Devils, United
Founded1878, as Newton Heath Reserves
GroundLeigh Sports Village,
Leigh
Capacity11,000[1]
Co-chairmenJoel and Avram Glazer
ManagerMark Dempsey
LeaguePremier League 2 Division 1
2021–22Premier League 2 Division 1, 5th
Home colours
Away colours
Third colours
Current season

Manchester United Football Club Under-21s is the most senior of Manchester United's youth teams and the club's former reserve team. They play in the Premier League 2, the highest tier of the Professional Development League. The team is effectively Manchester United's second-string side, but is limited to five outfield players and one goalkeeper over the age of 21 per game following the introduction of new regulations from the 2022–23 season, a change from three outfield players over age 23 introduced in 2016–17. The age limit previously was again 21, from 2012–13.

They were champions of the former Premier Reserve League five times (in 2002, 2005, 2006, 2010 and 2012) between its introduction in 1999 and its dissolution in 2012. The team also won the 2012–13 Professional U21 Development League 1 in its inaugural season, and again in 2015 and 2016. The team also participates in the regional Manchester Senior Cup and the Lancashire Senior Cup. From the 2019–20 edition, they also participate in the nationwide EFL Trophy along with senior teams from levels 3 and 4 of the English football league system, as teams from levels 1 and 2 are restricted to players aged 21 and under.

The team's current manager is Mark Dempsey, who took over from Neil Wood in 2022. Wood managed the team from 2019 until 2022. Ricky Sbragia had been manager since 2017 and had also been manager for the reserves between 2002–2005. Sbragia had taken over from Nicky Butt, an academy graduate in the 1990s who played for United until 2004. Butt held the role on an interim basis for the 2016–17 season after Warren Joyce was appointed Wigan Athletic manager on 2 November 2016. Joyce, who took over from Ole Gunnar Solskjær as manager of the reserves in December 2010, was previously the manager of Royal Antwerp, Manchester United's feeder club in Belgium.

From November 2008 to August 2013, the team played its home matches at Moss Lane in Altrincham, the home of Altrincham F.C. For the 2013–14 Under-21 Premier League season, the team has played the majority of its home matches at Salford City Stadium in Barton-upon-Irwell.[2] Since 2014–15, the team play its home matches at Leigh Sports Village.[3] Rules set out by the Premier League state that at least three home league games per season must be played at the club's main stadium, Old Trafford.[4] In previous seasons, the team has played at the Victoria Stadium, the home of Northwich Victoria, and Ewen Fields, the home of Hyde United.[5]

Manchester United also has an Under-18s team that plays in the Premier League Under-18s Group 2 and the FA Youth Cup. The under-18s play their home games at the club's Trafford Training Centre in Carrington.

Under-21s

Current squad

As of 9 September 2022[6]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
30 GK England ENG Nathan Bishop
35 MF England ENG Tom Huddlestone (player-coach)
50 GK Czech Republic CZE Radek Vítek
53 DF France FRA Willy Kambwala
55 MF Iraq IRQ Zidane Iqbal
56 FW England ENG Charlie McNeill
57 FW France FRA Noam Emeran
58 DF England ENG Di'Shon Bernard
60 GK Czech Republic CZE Ondřej Mastný
63 DF Spain ESP Marc Jurado
64 DF Netherlands NED Björn Hardley
66 DF England ENG Rhys Bennett
67 MF England ENG Omari Forson
No. Pos. Nation Player
68 MF Norway NOR Isak Hansen-Aarøen
71 MF England ENG Daniel Gore
72 MF England ENG Sam Mather
73 MF England ENG Kobbie Mainoo
74 DF Poland POL Max Oyedele
75 FW England ENG Manni Norkett
79 DF England ENG Sam Murray
80 DF England ENG Tyler Fredricson
DF England ENG Logan Pye
MF Wales WAL Charlie Savage
FW England ENG Joe Hugill
FW Spain ESP Mateo Mejia

Out on loan

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
40 GK Czech Republic CZE Matěj Kovář (at Sparta Prague until 30 June 2023)[7]
41 DF England ENG Ethan Laird (at Queens Park Rangers until 30 June 2023)[8]
45 GK Northern Ireland NIR Dermot Mee (at Altrincham until 30 June 2023)[9]
48 DF England ENG Will Fish (at Hibernian until 30 June 2023)[10]
54 MF Northern Ireland NIR Ethan Galbraith (at Salford City until 30 June 2023)[11]
59 DF England ENG Charlie Wellens (at Oldham Athletic until 8 January 2023)[12]

Manager history

Years Name
1946–1964 Wales Jimmy Murphy
1964–1969 England Wilf McGuinness
1969–1970 England John Aston, Sr.
1970–1971 England Wilf McGuinness
1971–1974 England Bill Foulkes
1974–1981 England Jack Crompton
1981–1991 England Brian Whitehouse
1991–2000 England Pop Robson
Scotland Jimmy Ryan
2000–2001 England Mike Phelan
2001–2002 Scotland Brian McClair
2002 England Mike Phelan
2002–2005 Scotland Ricky Sbragia
2005–2006 Scotland Brian McClair
2005–2006 Netherlands René Meulensteen
2006–2008 Scotland Brian McClair
2008–2011 Norway Ole Gunnar Solskjær
England Warren Joyce[13][14]
2011–2016 England Warren Joyce[15]
2016–2017 England Nicky Butt[16]
2017–2019 Scotland Ricky Sbragia[17]
2019–2022 England Neil Wood[18]
2022–present England Mark Dempsey

Honours

Academy

Football club
Manchester United F.C. Under-18s
The words "Manchester" and "United" surround a pennant featuring a ship in full sail and a devil holding a trident.
Full nameManchester United Football Club Under-18s
Nickname(s)The Red Devils, United
Founded1998
GroundTrafford Training Centre
Carrington
Co-chairmenJoel and Avram Glazer
Head coachTravis Binnion
LeagueU18 Premier League North
2021–22U18 Premier League North, 3rd
Home colours

The Manchester United Academy was established in 1998, following the reorganisation of youth football in England, but has roots stretching all the way back to the 1930s with the establishment of the Manchester United Junior Athletic Club (MUJAC). and has been responsible for producing some of Manchester United's greatest ever players, including the club's top five all-time appearance makers, Ryan Giggs, Bobby Charlton, Bill Foulkes, Paul Scholes and Gary Neville, and the new wave of home-grown talents known as Fergie's Fledglings. The current academy is based at the club's Aon Training Complex, an 85-acre (340,000 m2) site in the Manchester suburb of Carrington.

The Manchester United youth team is statistically the most successful in English football, with nine players in the English football Hall of Fame (Duncan Edwards, Sir Bobby Charlton, George Best, Nobby Stiles, Mark Hughes,Paul Scholes, David Beckham and Johnny Giles). Manchester United also have the best FA Youth Cup record, winning on 10 occasions out of 14 final appearances.

The academy comprises age-group teams ranging from Under-9s up to the flagship Under-18s, who currently compete in Group C of the Premier Academy League and in the FA Youth Cup. The Under-16s and Under-18s typically play their academy league games at 11am on Saturday mornings at Carrington, while Youth Cup games are generally played at either Altrincham's Moss Lane ground (where the under-23s play their home games) or the club's 76,000-capacity Old Trafford home, in order to cater for the greater number of supporters these fixtures attract.

In 2007, Manchester United Under-18s won the Champions Youth Cup, intended to be an analogue to the FIFA Club World Cup for youth sides, beating Juventus 1–0 in the final in Malaysia. It was their first and only title, since the tournament was scrapped after only one edition.

Current squad

As of 2 September 2022[19][20][21][22]

Nat. Player Date of birth Position International caps Previous club Joined United
2nd Year Scholars
Netherlands Eric Hanbury (2004-10-25) 25 October 2004 (age 17) GK July 2021
England Tom Wooster (2005-03-30) 30 March 2005 (age 17) GK Capped at Under-15 level Barnsley July 2021
England Sam Murray (2004-09-25) 25 September 2004 (age 17) DF Capped at Under-15 level Huddersfield Town July 2021
England Marcus Lawrence (2005-06-24) 24 June 2005 (age 17) DF July 2021
Poland Maximillian Oyedele (2004-11-07) 7 November 2004 (age 17) DF Capped at Under-18 level July 2021
England Tyler Fredricson (2005-02-23) 23 February 2005 (age 17) DF Capped at Under-17 level July 2021
England Sonny Aljofree (2004-12-09) 9 December 2004 (age 17) DF Capped at Under-18 level July 2021
England Daniel Gore (2004-09-26) 26 September 2004 (age 17) MF Capped at Under-18 level July 2021
England Kobbie Mainoo (2005-04-19) 19 April 2005 (age 17) MF July 2021
England Sam Mather (2004-09-03) 3 September 2004 (age 18) MF Capped at Under-18 level July 2021
England Ethan Ennis (2004-12-11) 11 December 2004 (age 17) FW Liverpool July 2021
England Manni Norkett (2004-10-30) 30 October 2004 (age 17) FW July 2021
1st Year Scholars
England Thomas Myles (2005-11-17) 17 November 2005 (age 16) GK July 2022
England Elyh Harrison (2006-02-19) 19 February 2006 (age 16) GK July 2022
England James Nolan (2005-10-02) 2 October 2005 (age 16) DF Capped at Under-18 level July 2022
England Louis Jackson (2005-09-18) 18 September 2005 (age 17) DF Capped at Under-18 level July 2022
Scotland Jack Kingdon (2005-11-16) 16 November 2005 (age 16) DF Capped at Under-18 level July 2022
England Habeeb Ogunneye (2005-11-12) 12 November 2005 (age 16) DF Capped at Under-18 level July 2022
England Ethan Williams (2005-11-14) 14 November 2005 (age 16) MF Capped at Under-15 level Barnsley July 2022
England Jack Moorhouse (2005-11-29) 29 November 2005 (age 16) MF July 2022
England Ruben Curley (2005-09-05) 5 September 2005 (age 17) MF July 2022
England Malachi Sharpe (2005-11-20) 20 November 2005 (age 16) FW Capped at Under-18 level Derby County July 2022
England Ashton Missin (2006-08-15) 15 August 2006 (age 16) FW July 2022
England Ethan Wheatley (2006-01-20) 20 January 2006 (age 16) FW July 2022

Honours

  • U18 Premier League – National Champions: 1
    • 2012–13
  • U18 Premier League – Northern Champions: 1
    • 2017–18
  • Premier Academy League U18 (Group): 3
    • 1998–99, 2000–01, 2009–10
  • FA Youth Cup: 11[23]
    • 1953, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1964, 1992, 1995, 2003, 2011, 2022
  • Blue Stars/FIFA Youth Cup: 18[24]
    • 1954, 1957, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1965, 1966, 1968, 1969, 1975, 1976, 1978, 1979, 1981, 1982, 2004, 2005
  • Champions Youth Cup: 1
    • 2007
  • Milk Cup: 6[25]
    • 1991, 2003, 2008, 2009, 2013, 2014
  • Lancashire League Division One: 12
    • 1954–55, 1983–84, 1984–85, 1986–87, 1987–88, 1989–90, 1990–91, 1992–93, 1994–95, 1995–96, 1996–97, 1997–98
  • Lancashire League Division Two: 5
    • 1964–65, 1969–70, 1971–72, 1988–89, 1996–97
  • Lancashire League Division One Supplementary Cup: 4
    • 1954–55, 1955–56, 1959–60, 1963–64
  • Lancashire League Division Two Supplementary Cup: 10
    • 1955–56, 1956–57, 1959–60, 1961–62, 1963–64, 1964–65, 1965–66, 1969–70, 1971–72, 1976–77

Staff

Head of Academy England Nick Cox
PDP/YDP Academy Doctor England Dr Tony Gill
England Dr Dave Perry
England Dr Matthew Lancett
Head of PDP/YDP Physiotherapy England Diane Ryding
Head of Player Development and Coaching (U17-U23) Republic of Ireland Travis Binnion
Under-21 Head Coach/Senior Academy Coach England Mark Dempsey
Under-21 Assistant Coach Republic of Ireland Paul McShane
Under-21 Assistant Coach/Player England Tom Huddlestone
Professional Development Phase Coach Wales David Hughes
Academy Goalkeeping Coach Christopher Backhouse
Under-21 Performance Analyst Curtis Quinn
Under-18 Head Coach Republic of Ireland Travis Binnion
Under-18 Assistant Coach England Colin Little
Under-18 Goalkeeping Coach Kevin Wolfe
Head of PDP Athletic Development (U17-U23) Matt Walker
PDP Athletic Development Coach England Luke Lawrence
Under-21 Physiotherapists England Tom Hughes
England Russ Hayes
Under-18 Physiotherapists England Neil Hough
England Daniel Torpey
Head of Player Development & Coaching (U14-U16) Adam Lawrence (interim)
Under-16 Lead Coach Tommy Martin
Under-16 Assistant Coach Adam Lawrence
Under-15 Lead Coach England Martin Drury
Under-14 Lead Coach Rick Ashcroft
Head of Player Development & Coaching (U9-U13) Eamon Mulvey
Under-13 Lead Coach England Hasney Aljofree[26]
Under-12 Lead Coach England Lee Unsworth[27]
Under-11 Lead coach Vacant
Under-10 Lead coach Vacant
Under-9 Lead coach Vacant
Head of YDP Athletic Development (U12-U16) Alex Ouzounoglou
YDP Physiotherapists (U9-U16) Daniel Torpey
Eoghan Murray
Gary Wakefield

Notable youth team players

The following is a list of players who have played in the Manchester United youth team (U16–U18) and represented a country (not necessarily their country of birth) at full international level.[28] Players who are currently playing at Manchester United, or for another club on loan from Manchester United, are highlighted in bold.

Players of the Year

Prior to 1990, a single award was presented to the best young player of that season. Between 1982 and 1985 this was the entitled "Young Player of the Year"; the award then became known as the "Denzil Haroun Young Player of the Year" between 1986 and 1989 in honour of Denzil Haroun, a former club director and brother-in-law of former club chairman Louis Edwards.

Since 1990, individual awards are made to the best player of the Academy and the Reserves. The "Young Player of the Year" is named in honour of Jimmy Murphy, Sir Matt Busby's long-time assistant manager, who died in 1989, and the best reserve is awarded the "Denzil Haroun Reserve Player of the Year".

Season Supporters Club
Young Player of the Year
1982–83 Norman Whiteside
1983–84 Mark Hughes
1984–85 Mark Hughes
Season Denzil Haroun
Young Player of the Year
1985–86 Simon Ratcliffe
1986–87 Gary Walsh
1987–88 Lee Martin
1988–89 Mark Robins
Season Jimmy Murphy
Young Player of the Year[29]
Denzil Haroun
Reserve Team Player of the Year[30]
1989–90 Lee Martin Mark Robins
1990–91 Ryan Giggs Jason Lydiate
1991–92 Ryan Giggs Brian Carey
1992–93 Paul Scholes Colin McKee
1993–94 Phil Neville Nicky Butt
1994–95 Terry Cooke Kevin Pilkington
1995–96 Ronnie Wallwork Michael Appleton
1996–97 John Curtis Michael Clegg
1997–98 Wes Brown Michael Twiss
1998–99 Wes Brown Mark Wilson
1999–2000 Bojan Djordjic Jonathan Greening
2000–01 Alan Tate Michael Stewart
2001–02 Paul Tierney John O'Shea
2002–03 Ben Collett Darren Fletcher
2003–04 Jonathan Spector David Jones
2004–05 Giuseppe Rossi Sylvan Ebanks-Blake
2005–06 Darron Gibson Giuseppe Rossi
2006–07[31] Craig Cathcart Kieran Lee
2007–08[32] Danny Welbeck Richard Eckersley
2008–09[33] Federico Macheda James Chester
2009–10 Will Keane[29] Ritchie De Laet[30]
2010–11 Ryan Tunnicliffe[34] Oliver Gill[35]
2011–12 Mats Møller Dæhli[36] Michael Keane[37]
2012–13 Ben Pearson[38] Adnan Januzaj[39]
2013–14 James Wilson[40] Saidy Janko[41]
2014–15 Axel Tuanzebe[42] Andreas Pereira[43]
2015–16 Marcus Rashford[44] Cameron Borthwick-Jackson[45]
2016–17 Angel Gomes[46] Axel Tuanzebe[47]
2017–18 Tahith Chong[48] Demetri Mitchell[49]
2018–19 Mason Greenwood[50] Tahith Chong[51]
2019–20 Anthony Elanga[52] James Garner[53]
2020–21 Shola Shoretire[54] Hannibal Mejbri[55]
2021–22 Alejandro Garnacho[56] Álvaro Fernández[57]

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