Welcome to the Sligo Branch of the Manchester United Supporters Club, we will update you with all the latest news from the Sligo Branch of Manchester United Supporters Club.
Cheque Presentation to North West Hospice: On Wednesday 30 September we presentated the North West Hospice with our second donation following our annual raffle. Again, our thanks to all who supported our raffle.
Premier League: United responded to the Spurs defeat by winning away at Newcastle on Saturday night.
United got off to the worst possible start with Luke Shaw put through his own net in the 2nd minute and it took a while to get going. Fernandes fired home only for his effort to be ruled as Mata was in an offide position. We hadn't long to wait before Maguire headed home to level it. United played well but had to wait until the 86th minute to take the lead, but it was worth it as Fernandes finished brilliantly. Wan Bissaka scored hs first United gola on 89mins before Rashford added the 4th in added time.
Chelsea at home on Saturday evening is next, kick off at 17:30.
Champions League: United kicked off this years Champions League fixtures awith a brilliant win away in Paris v PSG on Tuesday night.
United were strong from the off and althouth they did give up a few chances they fully deserved the victory. Martial won a penalty on 20mins, Burno saw his penalty saved but the keeper was off his line, thankfully Fernandes converted at the second attempt. When Martial directed Naymar's corner into his own net to level the scores at 1-1 on 55mins. The introduction of Pogba saw United step it up late on and Rashford, who squandered a number of chances, scored on 87mins to secure the points and a fantastic win for United.
RB Leipzig at home on Wed 28 October is next.
League Cup: United followed up on the league victory over Brighton by beating them again in the League Cup on Wed 30 September by 3-0. Scott McTominay opened the scoring with a fine header from Mata's free kick. Mata himself made it 2-0 before a deflected Pogba free kick late on completed the scoring.
United have now been draw away to Everton in the quarter finals, which will be played in December.
Annual Membership: It is now time to renew our memberships and for new members to join us too.
Prices are as follows for Full and Lite Membership:
Junior (U-16) €25 & €20
17/18 Year Olds €40 & €30
Adults €45 & €30
Over 65's €40 & €30
We would appreciate if you can renew or join as soon as possible. Payment can be accepted by cash, Bank Transfer, via Paypal or Revolut. Please get in touch as soon as possible on email@example.com or 086-8341775
Annual Raffle: Our Annual Raffle, with a donation to be made to the North West Hospice was held on Friday 28 August.
Congratsx to our prize winners , Joe Gilhooley from Killavil, Ballymote who won the 1st prize of €1,500 and James O'Connor from Ballina who won the 2nd prize of €750.
In May 2020 we prersentated the North West Hospice with an initial cheque of €2,000.00, with a further donation to take place after our raffle has taken place, the Manchester United Foundation, in conjuction with our raffle, are also donating £1,000.00 to the North West Hospice.
A huge thank you to all who supported our Annual Raffle.
Hotel Football: Hotel Football opposite Old Trafford offers a unique experience for all United fans right on Old Trafford's doorstep. The offer different level packages, from walk in bars, buffet package to full sit down packages including a Q&A session with a United legend. Special discount codes are available for Branch members, get in touch if interested. Clink on the link at the bottom of the page to see their website for details, upcoming packages and prices or visit www.hotelfootball.com
@MUFCSligobranch: Don't forget you can follow us on twitter for the latest news regarding all things United at @MUFCSligobranch
Branch Text Service: Regular text messages are sent to members with information regarding upcoming meetings, United fixtures, ticket available etc..
If you are a member and not receiving these texts and would like to be included, please e-mail the Branch using the "contact us" link, confirming your name and mobile number.
GALLERY PHOTOS: If any member has a photo associated to United and would like to have it displayed in the gallery pages of this website, please bring it to the next meeting, all photos will be returned.
For members of our Branch, and Manchester United fans in general from the Midlands, West and NorthWest of Ireland, Ireland West Airport offers the best ways of getting you to Manchester.
With Ryanair flying to Liverpool and Flybe flying directly to Manchester, both on a very regular basis, travel time and cost has been greatly reduced.
We wish Ireland West Airport every success for the future, and we as a Branch of the Manchester United Supporters Club we are delighted to have them as our sponsor.Visit their website for further details www.irelandwestairport.com
Hotel Football is part owned by Ryan Giggs, Gary & Phil Neville, Nicky Butt & Paul Scholes. It is located a 2 minute walk from Old Trafford. It offers beautiful bedrooms with views of Old Trafford, a must for all United fans. Also on offer is excellemt food and drink.
On matchday, Hotel Football offer Matchday Hospitality packages which includes 4 course meal, drink and a Q & A session with a United Legend, please get in touch if interested.
Check out hotelfootball.com for details.
The Embassy Rooms is a bar, restaurant, snooker/pool tables & night club along the Garavogue River in Sligo town.
It is also home to the Sligo Branch of the Manchester United Supporters Club.
Check it out for great food, drink & great entertainment.