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Manchester United In Numbers [Infographic]

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Manchester United Football Team

Manchester United Football

Manchester United is one of the world’s largest and greatest football teams of all time, so we thought we would delve into the achieves and check out some of the red devil’s most impressive stats to date.

These include titles the team’s won, records they’ve broken as well as a look at the club’s top goal-scorers, most capped players and which keeper has the most clean-sheets for the club.

We’ll also be taking a look at just how much money it takes to run a massive football club like Manchester United by examining the club’s wage and salary outgoings of last year as well as how wages have increased over the years.

What about Manchester United’s income? Well we cover that too by looking at the team’s sponsors and TV deals, as well as their tickets and merchandise sales. We’ll also show you were all that money gets distributed.

Also, how do you think the red side of Manchester does against the blue side, when it comes to its social media numbers?

So if you’re a Man Utd fan, or just a really big football fan, take a look and discover Manchester United like never before.


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MANCHESTER UNTIED IN NUMBERS

THE BUDGET

INCOME & EXPENSES 2015

REVENUE £396 Million

EXPENSES £275 MILLION + £121 MILLION

2015 REVENUE BRAKEDOWN

Sponsors £155 MILLION

TV £108 MILLION

Tickets £91 MILLION

Merchandise £32 MILLION

Mobile & Content Revenue £10 MILLION

2015 EXPENSES BREAKDOWN

Wages & Salaries £203 MILLION

Other £72 MILLION

USE OF FUNDS (2009 -2015)

This is how Manchester United used their profits and investors money in this period.

Debt & Interest payments (net) - £658 MILLION

Player Purchases (net) - £303.5 MILLION

Capital Expenditure - £63.3 MILLION

Dividends, Taxation, Acquisition & Increase in Cash balances - £28.7 MILLION

WAGES GROWTH

2007 £92 million

2008 £121 million

2009 £123 million

2010 £132 million

2011 £153 million

2012 £162 million

2013 £181 million

2014 £215 million

2015 £203 million

CURRENT CLUB WORTH = £2.7 Billion

1. Real Madrid £2.9 Billion

2. Barcelona £2.8 Billion

3. Manchester United £2.7 Billion

4. Bayern Munich £2.2 Billion

TRANSFER CENTRE

MOST EXPENSIVE PLAYER

Paul Pogba

£89.7 Million

From: Juventus

Highest Transfer Fee At The Time

 

Angel Di Maria 

£59.7 Million

From: R. Madrid

 

Juan Mata

£37.1 Million

From: Chelsea

 

MOST MONEY RECEIVED FOR A PLAYER

Cristiano Ronaldo

£80 Million

To: R. Madrid

 

Highest Transfer Fee At The Time

 

Angel Di Maria

£44.1 Million

To: PSG

 

David Backham 

£25 Million

To: R. Madrid

 

SOCIAL MEDIA

Facebook 71.1 Million Likes

Instagram 13.8 Million Followers

Twitter 8.9 Million Followers

Man City Stats for Comparison

Facebook 21.9 Million Likes

Instagram 3.7 Million Followers

Twitter 3.6 Million Followers

 

HISTORY

FOUNDED

In 1878 (known back then as Newton Heath LYR F.C.)

Changed their name to Manchester United 24 years later.

STADIUMS

Newton Health played their games at North Road Stadium. Manchester United moved to their current stadium "Old Trafford" in 1910.

Old Trafford currently has a capacity of 75,643.

RECORD ATTENDANCE

It's record attandance is 76,962 when Wolverhampton Wanderers  played Grimsby Town in March 1939 in the semi-final of the FA Cup.

TROPHY CABINET

PREMIER LEAGUE

20 TITLES

1907-08, 1910-11, 1951-52, 1955-56, 1956-57, 1964-65, 1966-67, 1992-93, 1993-94, 1995-96, 1996-97, 1998-99, 1999-2000, 2000-01, 2002-03, 2006-07, 2007-08, 2008-09, 2010-11, 2012-13.

FA CUP

12 TITLES

1908-09, 1947-48, 1962-63, 1976-77, 1982-83, 1984-85, 1989-90, 1993-94, 1995-96, 1998-99, 2003-04, 2015-16

LEAGUE CUP

4 TITLES

1991-92, 2005-06, 2008-09, 2009-10

COMMUNITY SHIELD

21 TITLES 

1908, 1911, 1952, 1956, 1957, 1965*, 1967*, 1977*, 1983, 1990*, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 2003, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2016

UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

3 TITLES

1967-68, 1998-99, 2007-08

OTHER TITLES WON

1990-91 1 TITLE - UEFA CUP WINNERS' CUP

1991 1 TITLE - UEFA SUPER CUP

1999 1 TITLE - INTERNATIONAL CUP

2008 - FIFA CLUB WORLD CUP

 

RECORDS

RECORD WIN

10-0 Versus Anderlecht in the European Cup in 1956.

LONGEST UNBEATEN STREAK

45 matches

26/12/1998 - 03/10/1999

MOST PREMIER LEAGUE GOALS SCORED IN A SEASON

97 Goals

1999-2000

 

HALL OF FAME

TOP GOAL SCORER

Bobby Charlton 1956-1973 249 Goals

Wayne Rooney 2004-Present 242 Goals

Denis Law 1962-1973 237 Goals

Jack Rowley 1937-1954 211 Goals

 

MOST APPEARANCES

Ryan Giggs 1990-2014 963 Apps.

Booby Charlton 1956-1973 758 Apps.

Paul Scholes 1992-2013 718 Apps.

Bill Foulkes 1951-1970 688 Apps.

CLEAN SHEET HEROES

Edwin Van Der Saar 1990-2014 135 Cl. Sheets 266 Games 0.502 Ratio

Peter Schmeichel 1991-1999 180 Cl. Sheets 398 Games 0.452 Ratio

David De Gea 2011 - Present 82 Cl. Sheets 233 Games 0.352 Ratio

CLUBLINE FOOTBALL



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  • Manchester United is one of the world’s largest and greatest football teams of all time, so we thought we would delve into the achieves and check out some of the red devil’s most impressive stats to date.
  • These include titles the team’s won, records they’ve broken as well as a look at the club’s top goal-scorers, most capped players and which keeper has the most clean-sheets for the club.
  • We’ll also be taking a look at just how much money it takes to run a massive football club like Manchester United by examining the club’s wage and salary outgoings of last year as well as how wages have increased over the years.
  • We cover that too by looking at the team’s sponsors and TV deals, as well as their tickets and merchandise sales.