Deserved! Manchester United Women is experiencing a great season and will receive the opportunity to perform at the magical Old Trafford.
It was fair enough! Little by little, there are more women’s teams occupying the most important stadiums around the world. Now, it’s time for Manchester United Women’sWomen’s, who will perform for the first time at historic Old Trafford.
The Red Devils will experience a historic duel in the Women’sWomen’s Super League. On Saturday, March 27, they will host West Ham, and the ball will roll at 5:30 in the morning (Central Mexico time).
As the United Kingdom and particularly England maintain strict measures against COVID-19, the match will be played behind closed doors. Also, this does not seem like a permanent change.
Manchester United Women’sWomen’s is home to Leigh Sports Village, and everything indicates that we will have to wait for Old Trafford to be their home permanently. However, the team looks forward to more opportunities in the future.
Reactions at Manchester United
No one can contain the excitement! From the women’s team players, to the men’s elements, they sent a message of joy on social networks for what is to come for the Red Devils.
“Small steps in the right direction. I hope to get back to the girls soon, but for now the hard work continues! Hard times don’t last, “said forward Alessia Russo, who is recovering from an injury.
For his part, attacker Marcus Rashford showed support for his teammates: “Exactly where they deserve to be. There is no feeling like playing at Old Trafford. Enjoy it, we will be supporting you.”
And, of course, technical director Casey Stoney could not be absent. She emphasized that she hopes Manchester United Women’sWomen’s receives more opportunities to perform at Old Trafford and thanked the fans for their encouragement from afar.
“It will be a special moment in the history of this team and it is a fantastic opportunity to showcase women’s soccer. We will miss our fans. They are such an important part of this club, and we have felt their support all season, “he said in a statement.
So far in the Women’s Super League, the Red Devils have 11 wins, 2 draws, and 3 losses. They are third in the standings with 35 points and are in the fight to qualify for the next Champions League.