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FC United of Manchester in the Community

FC United members believe it is possible to create and sustain a successful, fans-owned, democratically-run football club that creates real and lasting benefits for supporters and local communities. The commitment to be of benefit to our local communities is enshrined in our club rules and constitution.

FC United’s community work covers a broad range of activities. All of them are based on two basic ideas:

  • A belief that we can all work together. Inclusion and unity of purpose is essential to any football club. When that football club is a fan-owned club, a determination to make democracy work effectively is an added commitment.
  • A commitment to success. Football clubs aim to compete successfully and in all our community work we aim to give the people we work with the belief that they are winners and that together, we can succeed.

Since the early days of the club we have striven to give something back to our city, our supporters and our communities. Our community team works hard to increase our presence at national and international level, to provide opportunities for our local people. We have developed a wide range of partnerships with schools, colleges, charities, the FA and we have led several projects both at national and European level. With successful applications to bodies like Sport England, the National Lottery, the BBC Children in Need, and Youth In Action (the EU), our community work continues to expand.


Youth Work
Youth WorkThe focus of FC United’s youth work is to raise the aspirations of young people and especially young people in North Manchester. Click here for more info.


Work in Schools
Work in SchoolsFC United has a dedicated team of sports coaches who work full-time in a number of schools in Greater Manchester. Click here for more info.


Play Schemes and School Holiday Projects
Play Schemes and School Holiday ProjectsSchool holidays can be a time when children and young people can develop new interests and new friendships. Click here for more info.


Working with Vulnerable People
Working with Vulnerable PeopleAt FC United we work hard to make sure that all our members feel equal and everybody who comes to the match feels welcomed as a fan. Click here for more info.

Education for Young People aged 16-18
Education for Young People aged 16-18FC United deliver innovative education programmes for young people aged 16-18 who are looking for a vocational route to developing their talents and skills. Click here for more info.


Adult Education
Adult EducationFC United deliver a range of adult education programmes which help unemployed people find a way back into work. Click here for more info.


Sports Development
Sports DevelopmentRegular participation in sport is important for health, for well-being, for self-confidence and for feeling part of the communities we live in. Click here for more info.


How can we help your organisation?
How can we help your organisation?We own our own football club. If you owned your own football club how could the club work in partnership to help you develop your community group or organisation? Click here for more info.


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Latest Community News

New Community Courses
Community News

Catering Course. Click here for more info.


People United Day 2015 - A big success!
Community News

The Curzon Ashton home match on Easter Monday was designated as People United Day and the club worked with a group of young people from North Manchester to plan and deliver the event. Click here for more info.


Latest Adult Education Courses
Community News

Below is a list of the current Adult Education Courses being run by FC United’s community team. Click here for more info.


Abraham Moss Partnership
Community News

Abraham Moss Community School are running a holiday programme over February half term with a lot of participation and support from FC United. Click here for more info.


Wythenshawe Creativity Event a Big Success
Community News

Last year FC United of Manchester worked with a group of young people from Wythenshawe area to plan and deliver an event showcasing to the employment, career and entrepreneurial opportunities available to young people in a part of the city close to the airport. Click here for more info.




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