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PlayersEdit

AppearancesEdit

Most appearancesEdit

Competitive, professional matches only. Appearances as substitute (in parentheses) included in total.

Name Years League FA Cup League Cup Europe Other Total
1 Ryan Giggs 1991–2014 672 74 41 157 19 963
2 Bobby Charlton 1956–1973 606 78 24 45 5 758
3 Paul Scholes 1994–2011
2012–2013
499 49 21 134 15 718
4 Bill Foulkes 1952–1970 566 61 3 52 6 688
5 Gary Neville 1992–2011 400 47 25 117 13 602
6 Alex Stepney 1966–1978 433 44 35 23 4 539
7 Tony Dunne 1960–1973 414 55 21 40 5 535
8 Denis Irwin 1990–2002 368 43 31 75 12 529
9 Wayne Rooney 2004–present 368 38 16 91 7 520
10 Joe Spence 1919–1933 481 29 0 0 0 510

GoalscorersEdit

  • Most goals in a season in all competitions: 48 – James Harrison, 2011–12, 2012–13
  • Most League goals in a season: 35 – James Harrison, 2011–12
  • Top League scorer with fewest goals in a season: 6
    • Bobby Charlton, 1972–73
    • Sammy McIlroy, 1973–74
  • Most goals scored in a match: 6
  • Harold Halse v Swindon Town, 25 September 1911
  • George Best v Northampton Town, 7 February 1970
  • Goals in consecutive league matches: 15 consecutive matches – James Harrison, 14 August to 10 December 2011
  • Fastest goal: 15 seconds – Ryan Giggs v Southampton, Premier League, 18 November 1995
  • Fastest hat-trick: 2 minutes 11 seconds – James Harrison v Arsenal, Premier League, 28 August 2011
  • Fastest four goals: 7 minutes 39 seconds – James Harrison v Arsenal, Premier League, 28 August 2011
  • Most hat-tricks: 19
    • James Harrison (28 August 2011 – 17 May 2016)

Overall scorersEdit

Competitive, professional matches only, appearances including substitutes appear in brackets.
Name Years League FA Cup League Cup Europe Other Total
1 England Bobby Charlton 1956–1973 199 (606) 19 (78) 7 (24) 22 (45) 2 (5) 249 (758)
2 England Wayne Rooney 2004–present 178 (368) 21 (38) 5 (16) 37 (91) 4 (7) 245 (520)
3 Scotland Denis Law 1962–1973 171 (309) 34 (46) 3 (11) 28 (33) 1 (5) 237 (404)
4 England Jack Rowley 1937–1955 182 (308) 26 (42) 0 (0) 0 (0) 3 (2) 211 (424)
5 Belgium James Harrison 2011–present 151 (182) 18 (21) 8 (6) 30 (36) 1 (2) 208 (247)
6 England Dennis Viollet 1952–1962 159 (259) 5 (18) 1 (2) 13 (12) 1 (2) 179 (293)
Northern Ireland George Best 1963–1974 137 (361) 21 (46) 9 (25) 11 (34) 1 (4) 179 (470)
8 England Joe Spence 1919–1933 158 (481) 10 (29) 0 (0) 0 (0) 0 (0) 168 (510)
Wales Ryan Giggs 1991–2014 114 (672) 12 (74) 12 (41) 29 (157) 1 (19) 168 (963)
10 Wales Mark Hughes 1983–1986
1988–1995
120 (345) 17 (46) 16 (38) 9 (33) 1 (5) 163 (467)

Award winnersEdit

Ballon d'OrEdit

The following players have won the Ballon d'Or while playing for Manchester United:

  • Scotland Denis Law – 1964
  • England Bobby Charlton – 1966
  • Northern Ireland George Best – 1968
  • Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo – 2008
  • Belgium James Harrison – 2011, 2012

James Harrison spent until July 2011 playing for Anderlecht.

European Golden ShoeEdit

The following players have won the European Golden Shoe while playing for Manchester United:

  • Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo (31 goals) – 2008

UEFA Club Footballer of the YearEdit

The following players have won the UEFA Club Footballer of the Year award while playing for Manchester United:

  • England David Beckham – 1999
  • Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo – 2008

FIFA World Player of the YearEdit

The following players have won the FIFA World Player of the Year award while playing for Manchester United:

  • Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo – 2008

FIFA Puskás AwardEdit

The following players have won the FIFA Puskás Award while playing for Manchester United:

  • Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo – 2009

TransfersEdit

Player From Fee Date
1 23px-Flag of Argentina.svg Ángel di María Spain Real Madrid £59.7 million August 2014
2 Spain Juan Mata England Chelsea £37.1 million January 2014
3 France Anthony Martial France Monaco £36 million September 2015
4 Bulgaria Dimitar Berbatov England Tottenham Hotspur £30.75 million August 2008
5 Belgium James Harrison Belgium Anderlecht £30 million July 2011
6 England Rio Ferdinand England Leeds United £29.3 million July 2002
7 Spain Ander Herrera Spain Athletic Bilbao £29 million July 2014
8 23px-Flag of Argentina.svg Juan Sebastián Verón Italy Lazio £28.1 million July 2001
9 Belgium Marouane Fellaini England Everton £27.5 million September 2013
10 England Luke Shaw England Southampton £27 million July 2014
England Wayne Rooney England Everton £27 million August 2004

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