List of F.C. United of Manchester seasons

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F.C. United players and coaches celebrate winning their first championship title. The championship trophy is seen on the green grass pitch and the group have their arms around one another.
F.C. United celebrate becoming champions of the North West Counties Football League Division Two after the last game of their inaugural 2005–06 season.

F.C. United of Manchester is an English semi-professional association football club based in Moston, Manchester, that competes in the National League North. The club was formed in June 2005 by supporters of Manchester United opposed to American businessman Malcolm Glazer's takeover of that club.[1] F.C. United are owned and democratically run by their supporters and operate as a community benefit society on a one-member, one vote basis.[2]

F.C. United were accepted into Division Two of the North West Counties Football League, at level ten of the English football pyramid, for the 2005–06 season.[1] They achieved three consecutive promotions in the first three years of their existence and were promoted for a fourth time to compete in the National League North for the 2015–16 season.

F.C. United reached the second round of the FA Cup during the 2010–11 season, and the first round during the 2015–16 season. The club also reached the fourth round of the FA Trophy during the 2014–15 season and the third round of the FA Vase during the 2006–07 season. In minor competitions, F.C. United won the Manchester Premier Cup during the 2016–17 season, the North West Counties Football League Challenge Cup during the 2006–07 season and the Northern Premier League President's Cup during the 2007–08 season.

Due to the lack of their own ground, F.C. United played their home matches at multiple stadia around Greater Manchester between 2005 and 2015, including Bury's Gigg Lane, Curzon Ashton's Tameside Stadium and Stalybridge Celtic's Bower Fold, among others.[3] The club moved into its own 4,400-capacity Broadhurst Park in north-east Manchester for the 2015–16 season. The team has been managed by former professional footballer Karl Marginson since its formation in 2005.

Key

The division is shown in italics when it changes due to promotion, relegation or league reorganisation.

Champions Up-arrow Promotion via play-offs double-dagger Competition winners

Seasons

Results of league and cup competitions by season
Season League FA Cup Other competitions Top league
goal scorer
Average home
attendance
References
Division Level P W D L F A GD Pts Pos Name Goal
2005–06 North West Counties League
Division Two
10 36 27 6 3 111 35 +76 87 1st Up-arrow
Champions
DNE NWCFL Challenge Cup R2 Rory Patterson 18 3,059 [4][5][6][7][8][9]
Second Division Trophy QF
2006–07 North West Counties League
Division One
9 42 36 4 2 157 36 +121 112 1st Up-arrow
Champions
FA Vase R3 Stuart Rudd 38 2,581 [7][8][10][11][12][13]
NWCFL Challenge Cup W
2007–08 Northern Premier League
Division One North
8 42 24 9 9 91 49 +42 81 2nd[a]
Promoted via
Play-offsdouble-dagger
QR1 FA Trophy PR Rory Patterson 35 2,086 [15][16][17][18]
[7][8][19][20][21]
NPL Challenge Cup R1
NPL President's Cup W
Manchester Premier Cup SF
2008–09 Northern Premier League
Premier Division
7 42 21 9 12 82 58 +24 72 6th QR1 FA Trophy QR3 Kyle Wilson 21 2,152 [22][23][24]
[7][8][25][26]
NPL Challenge Cup R3
2009–10 Northern Premier League
Premier Division
7 38 13 8 17 62 65 –3 47 13th QR4 FA Trophy QR3 Phil Marsh 10 1,954 [27][28][29]
[7][8][30][31]
NPL Challenge Cup R3
2010–11 Northern Premier League
Premier Division
7 42 24 4 14 76 53 +23 76 4th[b] R2 FA Trophy QR3 Michael Norton 24 1,966 [33][34][35]
[7][8][36][37]
NPL Challenge Cup R3
2011–12 Northern Premier League
Premier Division
7 42 21 9 12 83 51 +32 72 6th[c] QR2 FA Trophy R1 Matthew Wolfenden 20 1,947 [39][40][41]
[7][8][42][43][44]
NPL Challenge Cup QF
Manchester Premier Cup R1
2012–13 Northern Premier League
Premier Division
7 42 25 8 9 86 48 +38 83 3rd[d] QR4 FA Trophy QR2 Matthew Wolfenden 19 1,849 [46][47][48][49]
[7][8][50][51]
NPL Challenge Cup R4
Manchester Premier Cup R1
2013–14 Northern Premier League
Premier Division
7 46 29 9 8 108 52 +56 96 2nd[e] QR1 FA Trophy QR1 Tom Greaves 34 1,944 [53][54][55][56]
[7][8][57][58]
NPL Challenge Cup QF
Manchester Premier Cup R1
2014–15 Northern Premier League
Premier Division
7 46 26 14 6 78 37 +41 92 1st Up-arrow
Champions
QR2 FA Trophy R4 Tom Greaves 20 2,155 [59][60][61][62]
[7][8][63][64]
NPL Challenge Cup R1
Manchester Premier Cup R1
2015–16 National League
North
6 42 15 8 19 60 75 –15 53 13th R1 FA Trophy QR3 George Thomson 11 3,394 [65][66][67]
[7][8][68][69]
Manchester Premier Cup R2
2016–17 National League
North
6 42 14 12 16 69 68 +1 54 13th QR3 FA Trophy QR3 George Thomson 15 2,667 [70][71][72]
[7][8][73][74]
Manchester Premier Cup W

Notes

  1. ^ F.C. United of Manchester beat Skelmersdale United 4–1 in the Northern Premier League Division One North play-off final on 3 May 2008.[14]
  2. ^ F.C. United of Manchester were defeated 1–0 by Colwyn Bay in the Northern Premier League Premier Division play-off final on 2 May 2011.[32]
  3. ^ F.C. United of Manchester were defeated 1–0 by Bradford Park Avenue in the Northern Premier League Premier Division play-off final on 6 May 2012.[38]
  4. ^ F.C. United of Manchester were defeated 2–1 by Hednesford Town in the Northern Premier League Premier Division play-off final on 11 May 2013.[45]
  5. ^ F.C. United of Manchester were defeated 2–1 by Ashton United in the Northern Premier League Premier Division play-off semi-final on 29 April 2014.[52]

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