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Man United WFC

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Man United WFC vs Tottenham Women (23 Jan)

Head Coach

Marc Skinner

League Position
4

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Established
2018 (4 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Leigh Sports Village
(12,000 Capacity)

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Location
Sale Way, Leigh, Greater Manchester, UK

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Competitions
English Womens Super League

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Upcoming Events
23 Jan 22 Man United  -  Tottenham Women
05 Feb 22 Arsenal WFC  -  Man United
13 Feb 22 Manchester City  -  Man United
05 Mar 22 Man United  -  Leicester City
13 Mar 22 Reading Women  -  Man United

Latest Results
15 Jan 22 Man United  5 - 0  Birmingham City
09 Jan 22 West Ham  P - P  Man United
19 Dec 21 Man United  5 - 0  Aston Villa
15 Dec 21 Everton FC  0 - 2  Man United
12 Dec 21 Brighton WFC  0 - 2  Man United

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Manchester United Women Football Club is a professional football club based in the Salford suburb of Broughton, Greater Manchester, England, around 1.5 miles from Manchester city centre, that competes in the Women's Super League (WSL), the top tier of English women's football, after gaining promotion from the Championship at the end of the 2018–19 season. They are based at Leigh Sports Village, although the team is expected to move to The Cliff once redevelopment work is completed.

Team Members
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Sophie
Baggaley
#1



Ona
Batlle
#17



Fran
Bentley
#22



Hannah
Blundell
#3



Mary
Earps
#27



Ivana
Fuso
#13



Leah
Galton
#11



Jackie
Groenen
#14



Kirsty
Hanson
#18



Martha
Harris
#2



Hayley
Ladd
#12



Aoife
Mannion
#2



Vilde
Boe



Alessia
Russo
#23



Kirsty
Smith
#20



Lucy
Staniforth
#37



Martha
Thomas
#9



Maria
Thorisdottir
#3



Ella
Toone
#7



Millie
Turner
#21



Katie
Zelem
#10


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Stadium or Home

Leigh Sports Village is an £83 million multi-use sports, retail and housing development in Leigh, Greater Manchester, England. The centrepiece of the development is a 12,000-capacity stadium which is home to professional rugby league team Leigh Centurions and Manchester United U19s, U23s and W.F.C. The complex also plays host to amateur rugby league club Leigh East and amateur athletics club Leigh Harriers, who both occupy dedicated facilities on the site. Other facilities on site include the Leigh campus of Wigan and Leigh College, Leigh Sports Centre, which includes a gym, multi-use sports hall and swimming pool, Holiday Inn Express, Morrisons supermarket and Whistling Wren public house.

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